The universe will never cease to send you people and situations to help you grow. Whether you asked for it or said you don’t want it, but subconsciously you will attract what is necessary for you to clear blocks and stagnate emotions. Some patterns are hard to lose, but if you are ready to learn the lesson, the universe will walk you through it.
If I am not at this stage of life where I ask myself, “What can I learn from this experience?” then I probably would fall victim for other people’s agenda and self-pity myself.
If you are aware of your own unhealthy patterns or patterns with other people you are in connection with, then maybe it’s time to break it.
Well, what’s actually fun in this world? Everything could be fun, it depends on your attitude about it, like connected with a kindred spirit is fun, connection to source is fun, bonding with your higher self is fun. A simple walk to clear your mind could be fun if you could catch yourself thinking of what to have for dinner, and suddenly you crave for something sweet which is most likely fun to eat if you likely don’t eat chocolate at all. When you bite in on that piece of chocolate, and the taste is just too sweet, you remember why you didn’t eat chocolate at all. Discover your like and dislike could also be fun, it helps you to boost your confidence and never to do things you know you don’t like.
What is not fun? For me, it would be disconnection with nature, people, source, and my higher self. Or that I have to decode mixed signals, which I likely won’t do again since it takes so much energy, and I don’t want to waste my time on people who give me confusion. It’s a hassle and no fun at all when people can’t be straightforward and honest about how they feel. Like come on, be real for once and be brave enough to let me know how you feel and what you think.
The most fun is you know what you want and how you want it. That’s when you can send a clear signal to the universe to send you something you know you will appreciate and love, and even so, the lesson has to be taught, and you have got to learn it.
My advice? Always ask the question, “What can I learn from this experience?” Because it will take you out of the victimhood and stand in your power by taking responsibility for your words and actions.
I have learned not to displease myself by saying yes to something I feel is not right for me. And I had to learn the hard way, like always.