I'm a little slow this time around. We've had a ton going on and I'll be writing about that in another blog. For now though, it's time to get some New Moon messages out. This moon is providing quite a shake up for a lot of people, myself included. If you've been preparing for or expecting change, you're probably getting it right now. Take care of yourself as you go through these changes. It's important to continue to honour our own needs, even as the world spins around us.
We can only see things from our own level of perception. What that means is that we're usually missing something. We can't feel what others feel all the time. We don't know every tiny little detail of the situation. Our judgement will always be skewed in one direction or the other based on our own experience. There is nothing wrong with that. Guiding other people using that judgment means we can limit the experience of another and unintentionally hurt them.
We get told often we're supposed to have boundaries. Sometimes, depending on our life experience, we start off with very poor boundaries and move to very solid, unbreakable boundaries. Frequently this happens because of pain and trauma. The weaker boundaries let in people that probably shouldn't have been let in. The response to the trauma is to create stronger boundaries that keep everybody out. Where's the middle? To access this post, please purchase a subscription
It would have been easy to trap myself in my own awareness, to feel guilty even for acting on my own intuition because the appearance of that intuition in the outside world isn't so great. I've said before that hurting people is sometimes an aligned event. It happens because the Universe puts people in our path to help us achieve our goals. Sometimes those people get put there to get hurt, not because the Universe wants to hurt them, but because they need that pain for their own growth and you're just providing it.
If you've never had a love relationship flip your entire world, your perspective, your thoughts and beliefs on their heads, while it can be painful, I hope you experience it because it is one of the most profound experiences of my life. To access this post, please purchase a subscription
I wouldn't do what I've done for just anybody. Not everybody gets to go on this journey and that's okay. There is no martyrdom here. I didn't sacrifice myself. I did what I needed to do. I took care of me while working to right a relationship that had become broken. To access this post, please purchase a subscription