Several years ago, I was facing a conundrum. I knew that all problems responded to love, and I wanted to be loving, but there were some things (people, circumstances) I just could not seem to find anything positive about, or think about without feeling very negative feelings. So I asked my Invisible friends for help in coping with this issue. Between us, we came up with the Green Bubble.
I had read about putting your troubles in a pink bubble and visualizing them floating up to be healed by God or the angels, but that didn’t feel satisfying to me. I wanted to feel more active in the healing. So I made a covenant with the universe that when I felt that way, I would mentally put that person or situation in a green bubble (green has not only signified to me the heart chakra, but also healing and growth) and that was the signal of my desire for all the love of the universe to be shined on it.
Did it help? Well, I certainly felt better!
I used it in connection with a neighbor kid who has been troubled since his youth (he is now a young adult) any time I saw or heard him screaming filthy insults to his mom or his “friends”. Instead of condemning him for his behavior, I carefully put him in a bubble, confident that he would receive the love that he needed. Pretty soon I heard him telling another neighbor that he was going into an anger management program. Not too long after that, my husband saw him in a store and told me what a nice, thoughtful young man he was.
Little by little , I saw him become happy and outgoing, even a little vulnerable, which he had never previously been able to afford to be. Do I think my green bubble healed him? Not completely. He made peace with his demons by his own choosing. I do believe my bubble helped him energetically both by the power of my intention ( in a quantum world, invisible forces have strength) as well as by my withdrawal of negative judgement of him. In addition, it helped me be open to seeing positive changes in him, as well as in my own life being able to let go of something that I had spent my energy feeling negative about. Win, win, win.
More recently I have come to understand that what I have the hardest time loving in someone else is what I don’t love about myself in some fashion. Because I am too close to the situation, it is almost impossible to see the connection, the mirror lesson. In these cases, I put that part of myself in a green bubble ( I simply say: “the part of myself which is in need of healing in this situation”), and usually the other person in a different one (because I still don’t want to be that close… ). It’s hard to say how much of the effects I notice are from that particular strategy, but it is one more tool in the toolbox to let go and to feel better.