I remember when I first began my journey; the information was coming in so quickly and life was changing so drastically. Things finally began making sense and feeling the shift from living life hoping things would work out to realizing I create my own reality was exhilarating. I wanted to scream it from the rooftops. I wanted to teach everyone. I especially wanted everyone I love to experience this same feeling of waking up and taking back their power. What I didn’t realize was this was just a different form of attachment but also a natural progression of the process.
It is natural to want to help people, especially the ones you love. It has become a big part of the worlds conscious movement to hold love in a higher regard, which I will discuss in my judgement blog, and surfaced a common catch phrase and action of sending love to others. What we have to realize is that not everyone wants our love. Not everyone wants our help or sees their views and truth as wrong or not already in the vibration of love. Not only that but often times sending someone love when in conflict or disagreement, does nothing more than distract from what we could be sending to ourselves or those that really do want and need it. As we continuously see, our intended love only loses momentum as it’s met with fear and negativity and comes back to us diluted and shifted, which creates more work for us.
An alternative suggestion is to remain centered, allowing the other to be whatever frequency they are choosing in pure authenticity This extends the same permission to ourselves. How can we ever be 100% ourselves if we don’t first allow others the same opportunity.
It’s challenging when looking at it in this light or when it’s personal…but comparing it to something trivial it becomes so obvious. Example…If you and a loved one went to dinner and they loved steak and ordered a juicy ribeye but you didn’t like meat and ordered a tuna salad instead…you wouldn’t think anything of the differences except preference and taste. This is the same with paths…they are simply two different choices. For the other person, their actions and choices are as right for their path as ours are for us.