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

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Saying “love and light” to someone when you disagree with them is often a form of spiritual bypassing
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  1. 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.

    ❤️🧡💛

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