Isn’t it great that with being focused at home some of us have more time to become aware of ourselves and to accept ourselves with more openness, less judgment?
We notice, “O, Look I am doing that again. Is that putting forth the atmosphere of the world I want to live in? Uh, not really, I want to shift.” Some may realize that we
are more tense and less balanced than we prefer, with the world changing, more time alone than we have had in our lives, less contact with friends.
The following account demonstrates how to take an opportunity to pivot.
Tamarind participated in a women’s support group for many years. They split up the time and each told what was happening for her, many tales of discomfort and wanted support.
Being a mindful woman, our star usually used her time to report on accomplishments, events that pleased her and things she wanted to appreciate.
T had in mind sharing how she had turned around an upset and in the process launched a new intention for how she planned to shape her world. Our heroine had recently experienced something upsetting while checking out at a retailer. ( see Part I last week)
She put out her incident without realizing how that upset was flowing back into her. It had just transpired a few days previously.
Then one of the women in the group started to defend the staff at the store. Wow now flowing with the anger she had felt then, Tamarind felt the group member was taking the side against her. This dear woman reacted emotionally and was filled anger as strong as the original hurt. In group T projected out to this participant. She perceived betrayal, spiked with emotion, and then expressed her hurt and disappointment.
The colleagues sprang into helping soothe her.
Our heroine knows the way the Universe works– whatever shows up she created. Later after the meeting was over and a cool off period had passed, T got some important insights about how she had created this blip and what she would prefer to do going forward. Tamarind:
- Had started off out of balance and then she attracted others reacting in fear.
- Spoke about a negative incident that was still very active inside her. Those feelings she does not prefer were very close to the surface and not yet fully uplifted.
- Awoke to the fact that a person would be wiser to soothe herself inside more thoroughly before speaking about it.
- Realized the one who offended her was afraid herself, had stayed inside for six months and had not intended to be mean to T. In fact the speaker had not experienced the level of tension in many who staff the stores.
Bottom Line. Our protagonist wants even more self-mastery to keep herself emanating an environment of acceptance, love and happiness.
To her it is worth the focus! Isn’t it worthwhile to create a wonderful world bit by bit!
Do you have questions or comments? Something to share? Let’s craft this new world together!
About the Author
Janet Pearlman is a spiritual teacher, counselor, healer and artist. She has a gift for inspiring others to know themselves compassionately and to develop skills of empowerment. In her forty-three-year journey of self-discovery, she has deeply studied the teachings of Abraham-Hicks, Ernest Holmes and more. Janet offers individual sessions by phone and in person. Please contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an appointment.