Welcome, welcome, dear human, on this beautiful new day. We are so pleased to speak with you again about relationships and how you handle the relationships you have with the people in your life.
Many different types of relationships
What relationships are we talking about? Well, as a human being, you have relationships in many forms. It can be the relationship with your parents, your siblings or other family members.
There are relationships with your partner or spouse, your children, all the people you regularly are in contact with.
You have relationships with teachers, students, friends, colleagues, clients, but also with people like doctors, people working in companies you deal with, or even the mailman.
There are so many kinds and sorts of relationships that you have, and we want you to take a closer look at how you approach those relationships.
How do you handle your relationships?
What value are they for your life? How do you treat them? And what are your expectations from those relationships?
These are important questions, because they have a lot to do with what you think and how you feel.
If any relationships goes south, you will feel the effect of that in how you feel about them, about the things they say or said. You will be thinking thoughts or even draw conclusions from whatever is going on in any relationship.
We always say that you have to be in the now-moment, which is particularly important when it comes to relationships.
Stay in the now-moment
Whenever you are in your head, thinking about what should have been done or said, thinking what you should have done or said, you are living in the past.
Or if you’re constantly thinking about situations that might rise, what you will or must do or say, what you expect them to do or say, you’re not living in the now-moment either.
Still, relationships determine a lot of your world and influence how you live your life.
As you know, everyone you are in any kind of relationship with has their own feelings, their own thoughts, and we want you to understand that every single one of them also is a master creator, just like you.
They too are a sparkle of Source, they too are God. But you usually don’t see that.
Judging and its effects
And that’s when judging becomes part of the equation. Judging is usually the reason why relationships go south. Judging is having expectations, and not having seen them met.
You expect people to act in a certain way, and when they don’t, you’re disappointed or you could even get angry.
We understand that, and we have no judgment over anyone having judgment over another. We just want to reiterate how important it is to be neutral in your expectations of other people.
If you do have expectations, make sure you let the people closest to you know what those expectations are.
Not to order them to behave in a certain way, but to have a conversation about what your wants and needs in the relationship are.
This is specifically important when it comes to your direct family members, partner, spouse, children, and often even parents.
Go deeper, talk!
Parents nowadays are usually more open to having open conversations with their children about how they feel and what they expect of one another.
And we encourage you doing that, have those conversations so you’ll be able to know how each of you would like to be treated, what their emotional needs are, and how they feel about certain behaviors, words etcetera.
What we would love to see, is people engaging more in their relationships, getting to know each other more on a deeper level.
We know you are often so distracted by the things going on around you. You have computers, mobile phones and obligations outside the comfort of your house.
But still you need to take time to spend on the relationships with the people in your inner circle. As well as with the people you meet outside of your house.
Look from a higher perspective
When you look at people, no matter who they are, always look at them from a higher perspective, knowing who they truly are.
Everyone you have a relationship with, in any way, shape or form, should be treated with respect, knowing that they too are Source, knowing that their origin is Pure Love, knowing that their soul is always in a state of Pure Love, no matter their actions as a human.
And look the same way at yourself. You’re not just human, you’re not small, powerless or helpless. You are a powerful creator!
By looking at the people around you through your soul, with the eyes of Source, you are creating a different world than looking with eyes of judgment.
Take a close look at your relationships, and then take a close look at yourself. How you handle things, and how you can become more like the Source you came from.
Be love and be loved!
We wish you a happy day today.
We are The Wisdom, and with that we are complete.
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