Plato has stated, “People are like dirt. They can either nourish you and help you grow as a person or they can stunt your growth and make you wilt and die.”
Part of being a grown up requires us to be responsible for what people we hold in our lives. If we treated our lives like we did our businesses, it would be easier to evaluate who should stay, or should go.
All experiences are energetic exchanges, like forms of commerce, although we tend to devalue what energy we give and receive. Of course, the more responsible we become for the self, the more we learn to value our greatest asset, which is our ENERGY.
While I don’t advocate ghosting every sour puss, Debby Downer, or Negative Nelson, I do believe that it is wise to at least take an energy inventory.
Who nourishes your soul?
Who depletes you?
Who leaves you shaking your head?
Who riles you up and has you focus on negative things?
Who inspires you?
Who lifts you up?
Who wants you to believe in lack?
Who supports the energy of abundance?
This is your life Dear Ones—and your subconscious mind is the garden from which all that you sow and allow to be sowed shall be born.
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