Guide 9

Your limiting emotion is Anger

Class 9 Angels’ greatest fears are loss and separation.

Because Peacemakers want to avoid conflict at all costs, you can be too willing to go along with others to keep the peace.

Being a separate self, an individual who must assert yourself against others, is terrifying. So you’d rather melt into someone else or quietly follow your own idyllic daydreams.

You’re prone to undervaluing your own magnificence and gifts as you idealize others. Thus you settle into conventional roles with low expectations.

Instead of bringing people together, you can push them away with trite expressions. You cede your power to others, letting them take control in an attempt to make them happy. You look agreeable on the outside, but deep down lurks a stubborn attitude of unwillingness.

You can also be complacent, minimizing problems and anything upsetting.

You become resigned, even fatalistic, believing nothing can be done to change anything anyway. Your indifference, procrastination and unresponsiveness only separate you further from others.

When you keep saying yes to things you don’t want to do, you can become resentful and might explode in anger if you’ve kept it in too long.
When you avoid or stuff your anger, you lose contact first with yourself and then, as you withdraw, with others – prompting your greatest fears of loss and separation to be fulfilled.

“Every angel is good, but good for what?”
 Mysta Farr 

Guide 9, Page 3

Guide 9, Page 3