We have all experienced losses; the end of a significant relationship, death of a loved one, termination of a job or the withdrawal of customers or clients from engaging in the purchase of products or services.
What each of these cases has in common is that the space (time, energy, commitment) we were saving for this person is no longer needed. There is resentment, searching for reasons why, blaming, victimhood and a vast range of emotions and feelings going through our mind and body.
How do we respond with courage and grace?
- Bless the person wherever they are, whatever they are doing and the people they are choosing to be with.
- Create within your mind a desire for the best outcome for their life.
- Honor the most wonderful aspects of their personality and believe that eventually, in their own time, they will grow spiritually from their experiences.
- Know that as you step into your greatness, your authentic self, you will attract this person back into your life by their choice or you will attract new people into your life that resonate more closely with you.
I attended a Masterclass with Dr. Sue Morter last night and she was very clear about our role in the attraction game. We don’t need a new marketing plan, a more attractive image or to change our personality to fit what we think someone else wants. The most authentic, reliable, sure-fire strategy is to be more of who we BE!
Gary Zukov, in his most recent book, Spiritual Partnerships: The Journey to Authentic Power writes:
You are the seed, the plant is your life, and the blossom is authentic power.
When a flower blooms, bees find it.
Bloom where you are planted, the bees will find you!