The Science of Hate


The Science of Hate

By Ariaa Jaeger

“To get past hate, you must go to the root of all forms in the secret place where love arises. From this place, my friend, the divine spark bursts forth.” ~ Faouzi Skali (20th-21st Century)

Historically hate was once contained to holy wars or political circles but in this new age of electronic media it has found a new audience to feed its insatiable appetite and with far greater impact. With the onslaught of social media in 2004 when Facebook arrived on the scene followed by Twitter in 2006, cyber bullies and haters have become commonplace. Singer Susan Boyle, Chef Rachel Ray and many other celebrities know firsthand the sting of blogs, news stories and magazine articles declaring truth in fabricated and slanderous gray journalism. But today in social media you can find ordinary, hardworking, God loving, law-abiding citizens, spiritualists, philosophers, minor celebrities and popular social media personalities the target of online bullies and angry souls who have an excess supply of jealousy, envy, anger and little to no success of their own. A haters goal is to project or hurl as it were, his or her self-hate onto you and though it may feel very personal, it never is personal.

 The very word “hater” was not even in the dictionary before social media became the new playground and fodder for the bottom feeders of society who could gather a large audience quickly and ensure their own popularity with the lowest forms of humanity. Satan had found his new regime in these punks and attention seeking bullies who have been responsible for more young people committing suicide than any other group in history.  Where self-respect and personal dignity once thrived in the days of our grandparents and great-grandparents, today’s climate is one which is self-serving, over wrought with a sense of entitlement and a demographic which thrives on instant gratification and hungers for fame.

What is the psychology of hate? Adolph Hitler, Ann Coulter, Rush Limbaugh are all known for espousing hate ad nauseam and rose in popularity because of the rhetoric and propaganda they delivered into a world hungry for fresh blood. Today’s new breed of hater is cult-like and has electronic media and a gaggle of dysfunctional people who will help spread the hate to ensures it bleeds into the search engine mainstream.  Where bullies use to be satisfied with taking their target down, many haters have become downright dangerous and hell bent on destroying their victim. There is not a week go by that we don’t see a news story of some teenager who has committed suicide because of the callous actions of bullies and haters. They have taken self-loathing to a new level, regurgitating their own unhappiness onto innocent people. Those who engage in this type of behavior are typically unhappy, unsuccessful, addicted to drugs or alcohol, have low to no self esteem and many have experienced being bullied themselves at one time or another. They feed on the need to control, manipulate and contort truth, yet many are unable to grasp or discipher what actual truth is. They are also prone to violence, hurting animals and hurting themselves and many times have a criminal history.

What haters fail to see and fully grasp is the law of karma which inevitably returns to them usually with far greater impact doing far worse damage than they have done to their intended victims. Typically haters are not very educated and are never spiritually evolved thus they do not understand the laws of physics and the spiritual law of intention.  When combined energy and mass create a combustible cocktail of energy can often return to the hater within weeks and months of their acts of bullying.

The Grammy-winning Songwriter Malik Yusef summed it up best in his beautiful Huffington Post blog, “The Psychology of Hate.” ) “The best way to tell a hater is: look at how they treat others and look at their actions. Don’t think you are special. If they tear down and disrespect people they consider friends, and then smile in their faces when they come around, don’t deceive yourself as though they won’t be the same with you. I think the hardest thing for us as humans to do is accept people for exactly who they are. As Maya Angelou said, “When someone shows you their true colors, believe them.” Hatred ultimately destroys the hater. Don’t get tricked into thinking that you have to carry the burden of hate. The psychology of a hater is to impose their self-hate on others. It’s not as much about you as it is about them. Don’t take hate personally, because at the end of the day — it just isn’t. Don’t look at hate as a reflection of yourself and your work, but don’t use it as a crutch either. Take time to reflect and critique yourself and surround yourself with others who are honest enough to do the same. Now go get you some haters!”

The Boomerang Effect

I was having dinner with a new friend the other night and she was practically giddy over the fact she had lied about her age on several dating sites. She then continued by telling me how angry she was at everything and everyone; she launched into a rant about women our age and how many of us who were married for a long time and owned homes of our own have had to start over at this late age in life and how unfair it is. I have maintained a great relationship with my ex-husband and he remains by closest friend but she has not fared so well. She brashly stated that she was “tired of getting screwed” and she was lashing out at everyone and then complained in the same breath that everyone was treating her like crap. She continued to tell me how she was still on her ex-husband’s airline account and she went to the site and removed him from his seat assignment leaving him without a seat then found out later that his mom was dying of cancer…she sheepishly added that she felt badly. After I picked my jaw up off the floor I said, “You don’t you get it, do you? “Everything you think you are doing to another you are actually doing to yourself”, MULTIPLIED! (Ariaa Quotes) I was flabbergasted that she couldn’t grasp that simple concept. Karma is not only a tangible extremely real thing but there are many variables which will increase it. When you get riled up emotionally, when you stew or ruminate on anything you amass energy; your “intent” to accomplish is what causes some karma to magnify faster than with other more “unawakened” souls. Conversely you can reduce negative karma but offsetting it with positive karma, doing good deeds, volunteering, going the extra mile to help a friend or stranger in need and by not producing negative karma to begin with! Good karma is the easiest thing in the world to generate, it begins with your thoughts and as we all know thoughts are things. A James Allen quote reminds us, “You are today where your thoughts have brought you. You will be tomorrow where your thoughts take you”. “With your mind you can increase your actions before you have ever acted.” Ariaa Jaeger  Why then would you not offset your judgments, your anger, your lower conscious thoughts with higher ones, unless you truly enjoy being done unto. Karma’s boomerang effect will always find the target, those who make an ugly noise unto the world. ~Ariaa Jaeger ~ Ariaaisms~ Spiritual Food for the Soul~ Copyright ©2013 all rights reserved Image

The Verbal Boomerang

Are you projecting? Projecting your fears and anger crosses universal law and is a guaranteed way to ensure a quick karmic return. The energy of anger attracts negative ions faster than any other emotion because of intention. Intent is how the universe sees you. When you fail to address what is hurting you on the inside it begins to build and often explodes as rage onto others. When you regurgitate your emotions propelling them at others it is a form of abuse.That’s right, you are verbally assaulting others each time you scream or yell and it matters not if it is directly or indirectly at others. The normal decibel range of human speaking is about 50 DB’s but when a human is screaming or yelling it can exceed 80 DB’s which can shatter the human aura and rattle the central nervous system. When you fail to take personal responsibility for what you are feeling and why you are feeling it, you miss the entire purpose for living which is to grow and master human emotion. Not only is anger dangerous but unhealed it can lead to depression, it will shorten your lifespan and can lead to addiction and certain diseases like cancer. There are innumerable ways to heal anger, I urge you to seek them and stop allowing your emotions to assault those you love~ Ariaa Jaeger ~ Ariaaisms~ Spiritual Food for the Soul~ ©2013 copyright All rights reserved Http://