No (wo)man is an island, so while it’s completely possible to create a space of total peace and calm for yourself, you still have to live among other people… over whom you have absolutely zero control.
But so what? Well, sometimes (maybe often times) those people aren’t feeling the same blissful vibe as you are.
They’re bumming you out, harshing your mellow…
Work, school, and even home life can feel impossible to endure at times – especially when we’re working hard to be positive.
And if you happen to be a sensitive creature (like me), you may feel yourself absorbing the negative energy of other people. It’s OK – it’s good to be sensitive; I would never ask you to change. However, you should be mindful not to allow yourself not to get sucked into other people’s problems to the point that it’s affecting your mental and emotional health.
Please accept my offering of this meditation for negativity and drama that will help you to cultivate and protect a sacred space of peace and calm. I hope it serves you as well as it’s served me…
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Stay blissed in! xx
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