Today I “showed up” to a situation that needed to be cleared and handled. I was to meet with a friend. Instead, I faced a hurricane. Well, it felt that way. I was in my usual pragmatic/logical state being bombarded by an emotional person [let’s call this person Jill] who wouldn’t show up to an agreed logical-let’s-sit-down-and-get-our-responsibilities-done-together-meeting.
Holy cow! There was blame, anger, frustration, fear and all sorts of bad ju-ju going on. I just wanted to make things work with Jill, but Jill wasn’t in a place to work. Jill was non-functional in this arena. There was no way of dealing with our planned-meeting or responsibilities at all. In fact, Jill completely withdrew her responsibility.
Aghhhh! Breathe. Silence.
Still-small-voice enters in: “You can’t make, expect or require someone to Show Up. Send prayers for Jill, believe in her. When she’s ready to be her actual self [both Human + Divinely Genius parts…] she’ll be able to handle responsibilities like this. Until then, Jill will remain doing only what she believes she can.”
I’m releasing the sadness of feeling like a dear friend and partner is absent. I acknowledge these feelings because I actually feel better not being abandoned. Ha. Go figure!
As a result, I’m taking it easy… Doing what fills me up.
I signed up for this girl’s Creative Dream Circle. I love her, and what she puts out. I find a lot of congruency there and love that she does Creative Journaling workshops in the Circle as well. Check out this like-minded lady when you get a chance!