Recently, one of my clients shared the following statement: “This layer was really enlightening. For the first time, I watched my peers at work engage in drama, and I was able to witness it without having to become part of it. I am beginning to understand what you have been trying to teach me all these years!”
This is the moment I hope for every client. Maryann’s spiritual awakening was preparing her to heal at a vibrational level that has the potential to change her unhealthy patterns of behaviors for the good of all. This was a moment to celebrate!
Maryann and I began working together many years ago. At that time, sinus infections and headaches were a ‘normal’ part of Maryann’s daily reality, and yet there is nothing normal about either one. Both are spiritual signals that Maryann’s beliefs were in dire need of upgrading. My challenge was to help her recognize the thoughts and behaviors attached to her physical symptoms.
Throughout each layer, I challenged Maryann to recognize the behaviors that belonged to her, while at the same time detach from the behaviors that belonged to others. As long as we are intent on resenting, blaming or choosing bitterness toward someone else’s behaviors, we will continue to deny our ability to change who we have become, and unhealthy relationships will continue to torment our lives.
Allowing our ‘self’ to accept our contributions to the drama, and then consciously choosing to change our own behaviors helps create happier and healthier outcomes. Because much of these patterns have been passed down through generational DNA, it often takes time, energy and patience to accomplish this spiritual mission. Luckily, we have a lifetime to do it in!
I realized Maryann was changing her old beliefs when she was able to share these powerful words with me, confirming that she was learning to detach from the drama created by those around her.
I then explained to Maryann, “You have made a huge spiritual step toward healing your self. Yet, there is more work to do. The next step to healing is allowing the drama you are witnessing to become a comedy; because the truth is, we are all funny beings.