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Versions of you and me…

Updated: Jan 25, 2021

In life we are often confronted with people that make us feel things we cannot comprehend. What makes us gravitate towards some and be utterly repelled by others?

Sure, certain factors come to play when we are looking to make friends or find romantic partners, but what about people who don’t impact our lives in any real way?

We may each have a favourite checkout worker, post person, even a 'go to' bar tender! But have you ever stopped to ask yourself why? They provide us with the same service as the person stood next to them, but often we find ourselves seeking interactions from those we have a preferred experience with.

Have you ever stopped to ask yourself why you gravitate towards some and not others?

Better yet, have you ever contemplated why you move away from some and not others?

Energy and frequency have a lot to do with our subtle decision making.

Our instincts will help us to determine who is a threat vs a non-threat based on instances we have experienced in life. Without even talking to someone, we are able to assess whether our interaction with them will be a positive or a negative one.

We make assessments about people all day, every day; whether you choose to believe you are a judgemental person or not. It’s a survival instinct that is fine tuned in our DNA. The part that we often forget is that people are subtly evaluating us too.

Empaths can very quickly become isolated or hermits because they are able to pick up on these delicate frequencies. Children who are often rejected or bullied in school are usually the ‘sensitive’ ones. Adults who struggle to engage in idle chit chat or maintain friendships that are ingenuine, are very aware of these energies.

Due to this sensitivity, they often experience people on a deeper level than face value. They hear things that are not spoken, they feel what someone is feeling, and they have a deeper understanding of what a person is all about before ‘getting to know them’.

When you think about someone, anyone, how much do you really know?

Better yet, how much do you really want to know?

We often only know a particular version of people, depending on how we want them to fit into our lives or how that version of them makes us feel.

I love the quote: “Not everyone gets the same version of me. One person might tell you I'm an amazing beautiful soul. Another person will say I'm a cold-hearted asshole. Believe them both, I act accordingly.”

Not everyone will be your ‘cup of tea’, and that is perfectly okay, we are all different. But when we open ourselves up to knowing a person better, we are actually choosing to understand ourselves on a deeper level.

If the modern-day spirituality preaches ‘Unity Consciousness’ and that we are ‘All One’, then why do we suffer with divide and rejection issues? As we become more emotionally aware, we understand deeper and deeper that we only ever have the power to change ourselves.

To ask the question ‘why does this person irk me?’; we are able to tap into our own consciousness and heal the part that causes us to feel these uncomfortable energies and shift them into something lighter. Ultimately allowing for harmony to enter space, where there was once tension and density.

Before you rush to judge someone, ask yourself: ‘Is there something about my soul that can be shifted to heal and align with this experience, and ultimately make it a more pleasant one?’


~ The Wild Healer ~


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