“Life will give you whatever experience is most helpful for the evolution of your consciousness. How do you know this is the experience you need? Because this is the experience you are having at the moment.” ~Eckhart Tolle
“Man must evolve for all human conflict a method which rejects revenge, aggression and retaliation. The foundation of such a method is love.” ~Martin Luther King, Jr.
“Conflict cannot survive without your participation.” ~Wayne Dyer
“Unforgiveness is like drinking poison yourself and waiting for the other person to die.” ~Marianne Williamson
“For every minute you remain angry, you give up sixty seconds of peace of mind.” ~Ralph Waldo Emerson
We will never find the peace we are all looking for by staying trapped in the blame-shame game.
When you are able to look at the challenging events, decisions and people in your life from a higher perspective you be able to find a peaceful solution and resolution. It is difficult to solve anything from the level or perspective from which it was created.
I hear about people all the time who have had what is commonly referred to as a “falling out” with a person in their life; whether a friend or family member. And the worst of it is, they have not spoken in years as a result.
One of the most challenging things is to not get caught up in other people’s drama. People can draw us in with words, through their energy and through their actions.
Our responsibility to ourselves is to rise above it and see what is going on from a higher perspective. Only from this perspective can we see the innocence in it all and find the ultimate solution which can only be found through forgiveness—forgiveness of them and forgiveness of ourselves.
Everyone has stuff going on inside them. Everyone! There are few exceptions to this truth. When this stuff becomes too much to bear or carry, the unconscious default action is to start throwing this stuff at other people. It could be in the form of anger, criticism, conflict creation, judgment and blame.
Our responsibility is not to catch it, or to think it is ours to catch. In catching it, we become victims of other people’s stuff and have entered into their drama.
Only through standing back, rising above and taking a “helicopter view” of what is going on, can we find a peaceful solution.
Whose stuff are you catching and wearing like it is yours? Rise above it, forgive it, and find peace.Click here to schedule your free call with Gina.