Hatred As An Emotion

If you asked someone to define hatred, they would probably give you examples of the outward signs of hate. However, hatred is a complex emotion and has many components. It is also like a poison to the soul and is a destructive force, both inward and outward.

Hatred is an emotion, but not a simple one. It can have components of resentment, anger, and aggression. The root of hatred is almost always fear. It is often a response to a perceived threat, even if this threat is imaginary. When someone is consumed by hatred, they will either express it inwardly or outwardly. Hate directed toward others is its most destructive form.

Effects of Being Consumed by Hatred

We can all name historical events that were driven by hate. Hate is not always violent, but it is always destructive for the hater. Carrying that amount of stress around can damage the heart and destroy relationships. When hate is turned inward, it becomes self-hate, and it can cause severe problems such as depression and self-harming behaviors. The only way out of this vicious cycle is removing hatred from the heart.

Sometimes, hate can feel like comfort to someone. They choose a target, usually out of some perceived threat, and the hate gives them something to focus on to divert attention from focusing on their fears.

Rising Out of Hatred

Rising out of hatred can be a complicated process because hatred is such a strong emotion. Removing hatred from the heart means digging deep and addressing the fear that drives the hate. The hate itself and its expression are like a mask that you wear to hide your inner fears from the world.

The time to start ridding yourself of these emotions is now. Freeing yourself from hate is the only way to reclaim your life and have a brighter future. The Emotion Code method can help you get to the root of the problem and gently release this negative emotion from your heart. Taking the first step is the most difficult, but it is the best thing that you can do for yourself, so give us a call so that you can get started.