We’ve all experienced playing the victim, and know that it’s simple to play the victim in a situation, or in life. Does your mother always speak about her situations, and isn’t there always a situation? Does she blame others for the struggles in her life? Does she always try and compare her struggles to yours, and tell you that you don’t understand what she’s going through because your life is different from hers? Does she turn every story around to be about her? Does she think the world revolves around her? Do you always become frustrated, angry, and impatient with the choices that your mother has made for her life? Are you tired of being pulled in and stressed out over her choices? Have you ever stopped to think that it’s her life, and that she has created every circumstance, positive or negative, whether it’s consciously or unconsciously? It’s so easy to get caught up in trying to save the victims of the world. In return, what do you get? Heartache, and a built up wall of resentment.
If you can hold your mother in a loving place in your heart, believe that her circumstances are hers, and knowing that she chose them whether she knows it or not, than maybe you can begin to feel better about your own life. Believe that your mother is apologetic, even if she never says it. Continue to do your work in this life, for you. Stay in compassion. Be forgiving to her, and you, first and for most, but know that you’re not here to live your mother’s life. You are here to serve those that want to be served, who wants to be surrounded by your presence, and who wants to receive your love genuinely, and fully. Don’t feel guilt, obligation, and don’t allow the victim to overwhelm you with their life’s drama. You are a child of freedom, willingness, beauty, peace and harmony. You have been given all of the tools to overcome adversity from a loving place; within your heart. Know that you are protected by your angels and guided by your spirit guides; we all have our own team of angels and guides (I will discuss in a future blog). If you just ask and believe, you will be shielded from any situations that aren’t meant to be in your current paradigm.
Always remember to love your mother (or anyone of your loved ones who play the victim), and meet her wherever she is in her life. Have no expectations, and I guarantee that you can live a happier life starting today!
Peace and Blessings,
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