There are many occasions in which the psychic reading client will ask me a question about another person in their life. Sometimes it is a family member or someone they have to interact with on their job that nearly literally drives them crazy. No matter what the relationship association or reason they come to me to ask what to do about such persons.
It’s true, you know, that certain people just rub us the wrong way or irk the heck out of us! Yesterday, I blogged about our psychological ‘blind spots’ and if you read that post we could insert such an irksome person into that blog post and call him or her a blind spot awareness gorilla!
Now that we can rationalize at least one reason why they’ve shown up for us (again, see yesterday’s post), the question then becomes what to do next.
And for each person the answer differs – I’ve notice that as the psychic message-giver during readings. The answers that come are not always the same and I never know what is going to be given until it arises in response to the question in the same second (and sometimes before) the question is asked.
But for generalized purposes and for the indiscriminate reader, let’s consult the I-ching Oracle for guidance. Off we go to toss the coins…
How do we handle our response to that irksome person who we would like to see vanish from contact with our life, LIKE NOW!? Better yet, yesterday!
Finding out that you have become a pawn in someone else’s game is a rude awakening! You want to divorce yourself from that person immediately, but sometimes this cannot be done. If this is a family member or co-worker or group member or even your best friend or spouse—good luck. It’s difficult in those situations to severe the ties overnight. And it is not easy then to ignore or brush aside their existence.
The thing to consider, says the Oracle, is that you have become too easily rocked by external experiences and the only way to change that is to turn inward… it’s called meditation.
Another bit of guidance here is to ask yourself if you have been unconsciously allowing yourself be put in an inferior position by this annoying individual. Somehow you have gotten yourself into a position that you neither want nor need. Was it your own desires (perhaps wanting to be liked or loved thereby compromising your personal authenticity) that has gotten you into the situation? I’m just asking. Where along the lines might you have compromised your personal truth?
In the end, the only way past it is through it. Feel the pain of being compromised by the bothersome individual and take responsibility for your part in it. That step renews your self-respect.
What remains now is perseverance. You can’t divorce your family member or co-worker and it’s not practical to change jobs just because of this one gorilla. It may be best to deal with this person, at least mentally and emotionally within your own self, as if they will never leave! I know, I know—gods forbid and perish the thought! But doing that helps (trust me) to relax you into a state of peace and acceptance about it.
And the funny thing is that once you go there and do that whole acceptance thing, they somehow either stop irking you or move or quit or give you the divorce somehow!
These irksome people are usually weak with no power and feel threatened by you. You’d like to put them in their place ten times over but you also know that to do so will cause resentment from that person, empowering them further, or those close to him or her could develop animosity toward you.
It’s one of those lose-lose situations.
…speaking of loose; the best advice I can give at the end here is not to lose your sense of humor!
Sometimes with humanoids it is like a movie of the monsters versus the aliens anyway, you know?
Besides, there’s always a Miss Piggy in every group!
Sit back, get a little distance and have a hoot!
It’s all only the Monsters Versus the Aliens after all! Remember?