Navigating these waters of life can be challenging at times. Some days everything is awesome and life is good. Other days, we may feel like we are treading water and barely staying afloat. This journey into consciousness reminds us that everyone is having their own human life experience. Subsequently, we are typically at different places on this journey. Metaphysically speaking, some people are just now “waking up,” and some have been “awake” for a while. New relationships, relationships ending, birth, death, and career transitions tend to be milestones that mark our journey.
Our guides continually remind us to meet people where they are rather than feeling everyone already knows what we want/need, that our way is the only way, and so on. I totally get that everyone experiences life in different ways, is immersed and sometimes enmeshed in their own reality, has their own perception, level of awareness, way of receiving information, among others.
I do my best to meet people where they are rather than expect people to all be the same. Whether I am interacting on a personal level with friends and family, reading for clients or teaching classes, I recognize the importance of meeting people where they are without making the assumption that “one size fits all.” To me, this is an aspect of empathy as well as humanity.
Lastly, ask for help when you need it whether it’s your friends, family members or your spiritual support network (angels, guides and loved ones on the Other Side). Don’t assume people assume, and do your best to not have expectations on relationships regardless of their type. Choose to live consciously with empathy!
About the Author
Shelly Wilson is an author, intuitive medium and conscious creator who is passionate about helping people wake up to their greatness. She supports others as they navigate their own journey into consciousness to experience aliveness.