♥ Try out Redirection, Reflection and Rejoicing Instead ♥
You've no doubt, heard the expression, "Once bitten, twice shy..."? Well, it's that illogical reasoning that keeps us
You get a new perspective on what rejection means, that's how.
I learn the truth about what is not meant for me, and I know that the NO is an opening that makes the space for a clear and definite YES.
that whatever or whoever rejected me was just not meant for me.
♥ THIS IS REDIRECTION and is a cause for REJOICING ♥
When we put emotion aside, and use our logical brain, it makes sense, right? I mean, you make choices every minute... from the moment you awaken, you're choosing to smile or cringe, to have coffee or a smoothie, to be stressed by life, to wear yellow shirt or the blue, to stuff your foot into a boot or a shoe... Selecting one thing over another doesn't make one better or worse, or even good nor bad... It's simply a function of what you feel will work, or not, and your preference in that moment. Maybe today, you forego the fresh-squeezed orange juice, not because you don't love it, not even because you don't want it, but maybe just because you're two minutes late in your routine and don't have the time today...
Currently, 7 Billion people share this earth, and you just gotta know that somewhere in there, are your people. Rejoice in that! What choice! What a huge number you are going to have to reject, so that you may find your soul mate, your best friend, your business partner...
And guess what, they are all going to have their own rejections issues and challenges and perspectives too. It's our duty to change our definition of rejection and make certain that we look at it as positive feedback or guidance on where we are to go, who we are to spend our time with and be affected by, on our path to creating our dreams.
If you were to reflect about it, truly... knowing what you know now, and not being stuck in the emotional state of the time you were rejected, was the rejection not a blessing? I bet that the person who rejected you was indeed, not a good match for you. And that job you didn't get five years ago... well, you would probably not be there now anyway... There's something magical about going with the flow.
Rejection becomes a compass which leads you to that which is meant for you, and your highest good. Only through rejection comes harmony with a compatible match... and that, Dear One, is when you have found the shoe that fits.
Love Always in All Ways