Saying “love and light” to someone when you disagree with them is often a form o


Saying “love and light” to someone when you disagree with them is often a form of spiritual bypassing


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19 thoughts on “Saying “love and light” to someone when you disagree with them is often a form o”

  1. It’s pretty much the “woke” way of saying, “bless your heart.” Almost always condescending in that context.

  2. It’s been interesting to see who’s said that and why they did .. it never felt genuine just band-aid like

  3. Annie S. Anderson

    To me, it feels like “I don’t want to take the time to listen to your thoughts so I’m just gonna close my mind (because I ultimately think you’re wrong and I’m right)”

  4. Actually BEing and feeling love and light would not lead to dismissiveness…it would lead to holding space for whatever is arising, to understanding and compassion, to deep listening.

    Sooo…I guess I agree, but I don’t know the context. I can see if you were talking to someone whose actions or words you found deplorable it would be a good way to say ‘peace out’ and not engage, but still wish them the best because we’re all human.

    ❤️🧡💛

  5. Yes!!!!!! It’s passive aggressive behavior and very annoying. Just agree to disagree and stop trying to look better than the other.

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