- They give you the opportunity to be the bigger person!
- Trolls give you the chance to reach out and seek comfort from knowledgeable blogger friends
- You gain depth and compassion, for those in the public eye who deal with this every day, not just on some blog
- They expect 'more' from you, and the Universe helps you find it. For example, the work of Daniel J. Benor, MD, ABHM, is studying the effect of prayer on patient outcome. There is also this recommendation straight from a worker from the NHS: 'Spiritual Healing - Scientific Validation of a Healing Revolution' (this book was also written by Dr. Benor) And there is a Reiki Master in Arizona who is just starting a randomized-double blind study with a Radiation Oncologist on Reiki and Cancer Treatment.
- Trolls are ideal persons to pray for. Little do they know it, but Reiki is being sent to everyone reading these words. Daily! Including those who mock my words. Detaching with love is a powerful lesson in life.
- There is no anger, as who is to fault them for being upset about others seeing something that they can't 'see' or 'understand'? I would be frustrated too if I were in their shoes. A shark is equipped to detect electrical impulses in the water like no other animal, and can smell one drop of blood a mile away. With them, we say, a shark is a shark. But for humans who for some reason have the ability to experience clairvoyance, claircognizance, clairsentience, clairaudience, and other extrasensory perception? All humans are not alike..some are 'different' and others might have trouble accepting this. It makes sense, does it not?
- Acceptance of 'what is' is the highest gift you can give to yourself. That gift can be given no matter what anyone else thinks!
Last, here is a wonderful quote from former attorney Jeff Brown to keep in your back pocket as we face the holiday season:
"Words. So powerful. They can crush a heart, or heal it. They can shame a soul, or liberate it. They can shatter dreams, or energize them. They can obstruct connection, or invite it. They can create defenses, or melt them. We have to use words wisely."--Jeff Brown
I highly recommend all of his work