As they say “Hurt people hurt people”
But what I can see is that as we heal, we don’t actually cease to hurt other people.
If we are living consciously and intentionally, we start to realise that even healed people hurt people. If another person is unhealed in any way, then we are likely to hurt them simply by standing in our power, setting healthy boundaries, or perhaps by moving on. The difference is that we can now observe the cause and the effect of how we react or respond.
We also start to see what might hold the other back; and what my support them in their journey forwards. But it’s important that we are mindful of our expectations of another. It’s important that we don’t try to forcefully try to fix the other.
If they are not ready to progress, then it is not our duty to carry them forwards. Sometimes trying to “change another’s mind” comes at great cost to ourselves, as we stay stagnant in that energy.
We should be mindful of where we focus our energy and mindful of the place from which we create.
This content is created by Rachel Reeves, who has always been a deep thinker. She previously played the supporting role in the lives of those around her, and very much held back on sharing this gift fully with other's. This is Rachel stepping very much out of her comfort zone, into what she now knows to be her inner calling, and sharing her thoughts with the world.
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