Always forgive your enemies – they hate that
When people get under your skin because they really loathe you and what you do, the best you can do here is to close your eyes, say a prayer, and wholeheartedly forgive them. They hate this even more, but you will feel better.
Traffic, work, neighbors, family, school, and so many other places are rich with friends, and also really nasty people. This kind of nastiness can drain you of all your energy and anything you do and even think about, can soon consume your thoughts and feelings. “All” it takes is engaging your power of choice: choose love and inclusion instead of hatred. This will free your spirit and all but automatically remove the power other people have over you. Love busts the chains the power of hatred wraps around you.
Feel brave? One more way to kick things up a notch is to approach the people who hate you with open arms. Manage to remain friendly, but have the candor of asking them what you can do to make things better. More often than not their anger only resides in their heads because their brains had had a monologue instead of an actual dialog with you. Human monologue almost always ends up in something negative – we tend to see the bad before the positive.
When that happens their thoughts can spiral out of control and the negativity – sometimes all of it – is a purely homemade issue and you are only a cheap pawn in this blame game. Worse yet, since you were never invited to a dialog you do not even know what their grudge may be about. Reverse this process by opening up and approaching them.
Hatred is tiresome and draining. Most of all it is not long term sustainable without causing other issues. This can change overnights if you are willing to make the greatest change of all: Changing yourself. Choose love and forgiveness and the world and people will open up to you.