Solutions or Sympathy
“There is no such thing as a problem without a gift
for you in its hands.
You seek prolems because you need their gifts.”
It only takes a few minutes to determine whether we are looking for sympathy or solutions to our problems. Ask yourself the following questions?
- Am I willing to accept full responsibility for every aspect my life… No ifs and buts?
- Am I able to extract the lesson in all situations (find the gift)?
- Can I be the change I want to see in my life?
- Am I prepared to do whatever it takes?
If you have replied yes to the above questions then you are probably a solution oriented person who perceives problems as an exciting challenge, an opportunity to grow and evolve. The solutions to your problem are always within reach and you are willing to look at things from different perspectives.
If on the other hand you believe that life is happening to you and people are doing or have done things to hurt you and you feel you had no say or choice in the circumstances you find yourself in, and are feeling resentful; have you considered that you may be misguided by your lack of understanding of who you are and of universal laws? Are you willing to explore different ways of seeing life and open yourself to change? Willing to step out of your own way and find out how amazing life can be when you shift your perspective from victim to creator?
When you are not willing to change and expect the world around you to change to make your life better, you are simply delusional. If this is your take on life and you are looking for sympathy so you can indulge in self-pity then I must assume that you are happy in your misery and out of respect leave you to it.
“The mark of your ignorance is the depth of your belief
in injustice and tragedy.
What the caterpillar calls the end of the world,
the master calls a butterfly.”
While I empathise with those experiencing difficulties, God knows I’ve had my share… and I thrive on supporting those who allow me to work with them; I refuse to indulge in pity parties and engage in victim perpetrator relationships. To challenge a victim’s point of view is to become a perpetrator myself and if I collude with a victim’s point of view I help create a perpetrator. This is not the game I came here to play, I am here to help you remember who you truly are, I am on a mission is to embody wholeness, to live a life filled with love, excitement and wonder; to leave the world a better place because I fulfilled my purpose and inspired others to do the same.
How can I be of service?
May love light your way always