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Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Balancing The Imbalance From Others

Recently Patrice asked a question which I felt might be of interest to you all:


Dear Robert,

I have a question about feeling welcome and feeling rejected.

Is it always easy for you to let go when other human beings welcome you badly (if this happen to you) in a shop or an administration, treating you like a "nothing"?

On your point of view, what is the meaning of such situations happening to you and how do you transmute the energy they create.

Goodlife

Patrice


Here is my answer:

Patrice, it is true that not everyone will like us or they may be biased or prejudiced based upon their reaction to our appearance or demeanor. How to deal with this?

First off, if you're used to uniting with energies that are benevolent then I recommend you to this post. That can help to prevent a great deal of this.

On the other hand if it happens unexpectedly then this is what I recommend. If someone simply is not acknowledging you it doesn't always mean that it's about you. Remember, this is their behavior. If it is their behavior it is about them not about you.

If you remember that distinction it will be very helpful for you in life because you will know that their reaction has nothing to do with you whatsoever. You are simply the recipient of their current attitude. With that attitude you can simply step away or if you're in a store approach somebody else.

On the other hand, as you said, what to do with that energy if it feels bad to you? If it feels bad to you then you know that's about you and the first chance you get when you leave that store or that place of service or if you get close to a window then simply get in touch of that part of your body where it feels bad and take a breath in through the top of your head where it's likely to be the best energy and locating that breath behind that part of your body that doesn't feel good but in your physical body - blow out towards the sky - not towards the ground.

Just blow out right towards the sky. That will probably help quite a bit and if it doesn't try it again. One or two breaths will blow it out and take care of it. That's the quick way, then when you get home do a disentanglement about that situation. That will also help.

That's what I recommend. Goodlife.

2 comments:

Patrice said...

Dear Robert,
Thank you for your detailed advices... I feel it is very useful in those times when there seem to be a big gap between receptive and friendly people that help us feel a part of a big family and some who seem not to have any respect of the feelings of the people standing in front of them...
Goodlife and as always thank you for what you share.

Patrice

Robert Shapiro said...

Patrice, you are most welcome my friend.

Goodlife.