Envy & Jealousy

Jealousy is the fear that someone will stop meeting our emotional need.

Jealousy is the fear that unless we possess and own someone, they will meet someone else’s emotional needs instead of ours.

Jealousy is the fear that we will become emotionally needy because of the actions of someone else.

Jealousy is the fear of a demotivated person who believes that their power is being diminished by someone else. They are jealous of the person who they believe is depriving them of what they need emotionally to give them power.

Envy is wanting what someone else has in the belief that we are without it. When someone has what we have, they are like us and seen as our kind. Kind people are like us and we like kind people.

Envy is created by our belief that someone is unlike us or unkind because they will not share what they have and we do not. When someone has what we believe that we do not have, they are not like us and are unlike our kind. We dislike who we are not like and dislike those who are unkind and do not share with us what we believe we need.

Envy motivates people people to get what others have and to be like them – their kind of people. Keeping up with the Joneses is driven by the envy of their possessions or status.

Whereas the antedote to jealousy is to become disconnected and insensitive to others, the cure to jealousy is to become sensitively-detached from all others.

Whereas the antedote to envy is to become kind and generous, the cure is to become at the choice of our Soul who provides everything we will ever want and need.