Do you have family or friends who are stuck and in pain?
(consciouslifenews.com) – If someone you love is stuck and they aren’t ready to shift, simply love them without any judgment. Allow them the dignity of their own process. And trust that they will come through it when they are ready.
So what do you do when someone you love is stuck, angry or in pain, but they are unwilling to do what it takes to change?
They simply don’t want to let go yet, or just aren’t ready to make a shift at this time.
We all have people in our lives who we love and care about. Whether it’s a spouse. A child. A good friend. A co-worker. Or a sibling.
It can be frustrating at times to see them stuck or in pain, especially since you love them, want what’s best for them and can see their potential.
We must always remember that every human being has their own journey and unique life lessons that they need to learn.
Their life lessons aren’t your life lessons. You do not have to take them on.
And not everyone will learn those lessons at a pace that you think they should. Every soul has its own perfect timetable that’s right for them.
Ultimately, you can’t change people. People only change when they are ready. You can be supportive by providing the environment, the experience and the invitation to shift, but they have to be ready and committed.
If you really love someone, stop trying to change them. Accept them exactly as they are and give up the idea that they should be any different.
Then you can truly be in relationship with who they are rather than your ideal of who you think they should be.
Freedom is when you are no longer in resistance.
If someone you love is stuck and they aren’t ready to shift, simply love them without any judgment. Allow them the dignity of their own…
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