The topic I’m talking about today is one I’ve been dealing with myself recently, so it’s right at the front of my mind.
The topic? Accepting people right where they are.
I recently had a bit of a conflict with a friend that kind of pissed me off. I felt like I was being attacked, and when I walked away from the conversation I was feeling super defensive.
My fierce Scorpio instincts kicked in strong and I had this urge to be like, “Okay, screw you, this is over.”
Thankfully, I knew that wasn’t the voice of my highest self.
So I did what I always do: I leaned on my tools.
I began meditating and a message came through:
Accept people where they are. Even if they’re not showing up the way you want them to. Or treating you the way you want.
When you can accept someone where they are, you can let go and forgive. That might mean you repair the relationship. Or it might mean you walk away, but with a sense of peace instead of anger.
Watch the video for more on this, and please leave comments with your own experiences or any question you might have.
I hope this serves you.
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