The task isn’t to feel good. It’s to see clearly. Sometimes seeing clearly means seeing harmony and beauty and love because that’s what’s been presented before you courtesy of the divine, in which case you find gratitude. Other times seeing clearly means seeing chaos and dysfunction and hurt, again by the courtesy of the divine. It’s a form of guidance and enlightenment when you’re able to see what’s wrong. In this case you’re asked to stay there patiently, held by love. Not to spaz out, be frustrated, resistant, victimizing yourself. Accepting what doesn’t feel good and knowing that it’s not you. Just by virtue of doing that you’re being untangled from it. Reacting and resisting is hot glue that makes it impossible for these things to leave your field because you’re operating on a belief that warps the truth of why you’re seeing or feeling what you are. A belief by the way that attracted it all. A belief that gets dissolved by the loving action of acceptance. Release.