Alright, I am genuinely trying to figure something out here. If you are unwilling to take on my perspective for a moment and put on your thinking caps, please don't bother responding.
My question, as stated, is about Christianity. Why is it so easily dismissed? Yet, we look at other spiritual works, such as the Bhagavad Gita. I am wondering why Christianity is so easily dismissed. Commonly, people will say that it is a "sand-nigger" religion, implying that the Jews invented it. Perhaps they did. Though, why do they themselves not follow the Bible? It is also stated that white people came from the Caucasoid Mountains, and that that is where Noah's Ark landed.
I also want to note briefly that, it truly is not all Jews, or at least is was not in the beginning. Before you react to this claim, please watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEWtyqZFlA4
The reason why this is important to me is because of a certain concept in Christianity that has increased my quality of life exponentially. I have very high standards, for everyone, including myself. I often would hold grudges and not forgive people. Including my Dad and my step mom. I also would not forgive my own self for betraying my values, goals, and higher-self. When I would betray myself, commit sin in a sense, I would not forgive myself. This resulted in me lashing out toward other people, and being very angry/hateful in general. Over time, I realize how negatively this was affecting my quality of life.
If this is a spiritual battle, and to transcend is to raise your energy level, then holding onto or focusing on negativity lowers your energy level. In this sense, you truly cannot fight fire with fire, for you will find yourself engulfed in it. So, what then, is one to do?
I have realized that it starts with forgiving yourself. So that you can Love Yourself. When you commit sin, or betray your higher self, it manifests outwardly as hate toward others. Also, that no one can forgive themself alone, so you must accept the grace of God, and receive God in your heart. Along with this, iPost too long. Click here to view the full text.