“Love me until I’m me again.” ~ Raeanna Comstock of Soulful Cravings
Love me until I’m lovable again.
We all tend to not be lovable at times. We have our challenges, stresses and fears to deal with during our life. At those times, we may not be the best version of ourselves. Others may find us different or changed, but essentially we are still the same. We are going through a time of intense transformation. We are going to make it through to become a better version of ourselves, as long as we are aware of what is happening to us and work to do something about it. It’s what life is all about ~ Learning and Growing. Some times we won’t recognize it immediately, sometimes we will, but it is important to remember our emotions and reactions are a clue to what needs to be worked on and healed.
Those who are closest to us may or may not even notice what we are going through, yet it is important for each of us to know everyone has ups and downs in life, when we are not exactly being the positive, loving, light-filled being we actually are at our core. If others are not noticing your troubles, or becoming upset with you, they may only be seeing themselves in you and reacting negatively. Remember, we mirror each other, and our closest relationships provide the biggest mirrors. What we dislike in others may very well be something within ourselves we need to address, as it hits a nerve, which is why we may become defensive, angry or frustrated. Either way, it’s important to be aware to recognize and accept that everyone experiences good times and challenging times. These times may last a short time, or they may last longer, perhaps for months. The person dealing with a challenge also may not even be aware of it, as they are hiding it so well from others, they are also hiding it from themselves. Continue to support and love them anyway, as it is at these times, when we all need love the most. You saw the good within them at one time, and seeing their shadow self is an excellent clue they are having issues with something within themselves. Remember the good, positive and loving qualities you do love in that person to help support and love them through their troubling times. Know that most anything else is only temporary, detaching from the emotional distress to keep being patient and compassionate.
I recently had this situation where I seemingly “changed” and others didn’t understand me or realize I was having a very tough time. I was carrying the world on my shoulders, and that’s a heavy weight to bear. I didn’t want anyone to be affected by my stress and worry, so I kept it to myself. Well, the more I kept it to myself, the worse it became, and I was keeping more and more to myself and not sharing or being open and loving. I had never experienced something like it in my life before and was completely overwhelmed. A new learning experience had presented itself. However, before I was fully conscious of this issues within me, it caused a divide in a relationship I never intended to happen. I re-learned more profoundly, we all need to share our woes, stresses, fears and anxieties. We are all human and we all have them. We all at times end up having the ego lead us, versus allowing our souls to lead us. When the ego shows up as the lead, it creates more havoc in our difficulties, creating even more issues. The ego is about fear and lack, where the soul is about abundance and Love. Over the past couple of months I have done much healing work on myself through Reiki, meditation and more. I am learning, growing and having an intense time of transformation, evolving to a better version of myself. I am releasing the worry, stress, fear and anxiety I was carrying, coming back into my true core of trust and faith in All through Love & Light.
Being supportive of someone who is experiencing a very trying time entails patience, understanding and compassion. It is about showing even more kindness to help the other person find their way back to themselves. It includes realizing what that person is dealing with has more to do with them, than you. In this way, we can detach from our reactions, and simply send Love energy from our hearts and souls. Being supportive may include letting the person know you see a change in them and asking if they are okay or would like to talk about, or whether they need time to deal with it alone. But always let them know you love them and will be there when they need it. Being aware of others in this manner and working through them together can have profound healing affects on both you and the other person, whether you are the one having a difficult time or with someone who is dealing with difficult challenges. It allows growth in each person and growth in the relationship, helping each person understand better how to support each other the next time around. Because there are always more ups and downs in our lives.
Remember, others in your life will experience difficult times, some more difficult than others, some lasting longer than others. We all experience hard situations in life as lessons to grow and transform, while gaining wisdom to apply to new circumstances. Continue to love those in your life to support them through both the good times and the challenging ones. We all need to be loved until we are lovable again. Those who support you through extremely difficult emotional or mental times by continuing to love you through it are the ones who completely accept you unconditionally. They are the ones who still see your beauty and loving light. They are the ones who are understanding and compassionate. They are the ones who will love you until you are you again.
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