Attitude creates perception of what is happening in our relationships in the drama. If I have the attitude that someone is irritating, I will always find something irritating in that person’s behaviour so my attitude is a mind set that determines my experience of the relationship. That attitude of irritation comes from the ego mind. The ego attitude is of taking and selfishness and is based on the limited events of the drama. The attitude of an angel, my true identity, is benevolent and altruistic, of giving and accepting. The Angel is aware of the bigger picture beyond the events of the drama.
Are all angels?
All are souls and so angelic beings and have the lovely qualities of the soul. This understanding enables us to appreciate the natural beauty of everyone’s true identity.
Where do likes and dislikes come from?
Personal likes and dislikes come when the ego mind sees the role and not the soul or the angel. In a theatre we may like Cinderella and dislike the Ugly Sisters but the actors are not those roles they are playing. In the same way we, the souls, are all actors playing our parts in the drama. So we, the actor souls, can have an attitude of acceptance towards others because we understand that each soul is playing their part accurately and the role they are playing is not who they are.
Why do we have likes and dislikes?
Likes and dislikes are drama-based opinions of the ego. Opinions are not truth because they can change. Also others may dislike those we like and like those we dislike. Who is right?
Is seeing a group as undesirable company an attitude of non-acceptance, ie., judgemental and critical?
To discriminate what is factual enables us to avoid being judgemental. A certain group won’t be the choice of company because that choice is based on observable factual behaviour and is not a personal judgement or criticism. One can still accept how they are and simply choose not to go there.