Release the hate

Dive into Episode 18 of the Daily Rejuvenation series as we explore dissipating hate, harnessing the power of non-reactivity, and transformative tapping techniques. Join us on a journey toward unity.


In the 18th episode of the Daily Rejuvenation series, titled “Release the Hate,” hosts Marvin Schneider and world renowned energy healer Jen Ward tackle the significant issue of hate in society. Jen introduces a profound understanding of hate, not as a fixed aspect of your personality, but as stagnant energy that needs to be released. She offers a transformative approach for individuals to respond to hate without escalating it, suggesting that by not reacting and allowing the hate to dissipate, you can perform a service to humanity. This episode emphasizes the concept of hate as an external energy rather than an inherent personal trait, providing listeners with a fresh perspective on addressing and understanding hate.

The discussion further delves into the broader implications of hate in the collective consciousness. Marvin reflects on how hate, along with greed and self-interest, forms the core of many societal issues. Jen, maintaining her positive outlook, elaborates on the concept of hate as a self-imposed prison, limiting the hater more than the hated. She stresses the importance of understanding the nature of hate and its transformation into a non-issue when comprehended as stagnant energy. This segment offers listeners a deeper insight into the dynamics of hate and how it affects both personal and societal levels.

The episode also incorporates practical elements of healing and empowerment. Jen leads powerful SFT (Spiritual Freedom Technique) tapping sessions, designed to help listeners release hate from within themselves and assist others in their environment to do the same. These sessions are part of the larger effort to address hate on a collective level. Additionally, the hosts discuss the role of fear as the true opposite of love and how fear can manifest as resistance, often mislabeled as hate. The episode not only enlightens listeners on the spiritual aspects of hate but also empowers them with tools and techniques to actively participate in their own healing journey and contribute to a broader societal transformation.

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