For the safety of my health and soul, it is ok to remove myself from certain people and environments that does not serve my well-being, spiritual growth, health, or happiness anymore. I’ve always had like one or two best friends. Still best friends with her today 🙂 Most of the men I have dated, have come from a large groups of friends or knew a lot of people for years. Most of them were very toxic or couldn’t relate to them. I could never relate on a soul level with anyone. I felt like something was very wrong with me. I would feel like an old lady or an oddball. Very much uncomfortable. Didn’t feel safe around them. I’ve even felt like this in elementary school around other kids. I was never mean to them course not, and they were never mean to me either, but I could never fit in anywhere. This was just a sign that I was never with the right person and haven’t found my soul group yet.
I soon discovered law of attraction. These people I could not connect with on a soul level had nothing to do with them, but me. I was allowing myself to be surrounded by toxic people, toxic relationships, or people I could not relate with. I wanted to feel excepted by them like a pack, but never did. People don’t change. They have to change on there own. The people we surround ourselves with either raise or lower our standers. They either help us to become the best version of ourselves or encourage us to become lesser versions of ourselves. We become like our friends. We need friends to raise our standards, remind us of our essential purpose, and challenge us to become the best version of ourselves. The right man or woman, will surround themselves with the right people because their health and well-being is more important too. They don’t need approval or feeling accepted by anyone. True friends will accept you for all your quirks and weirdness. My soul does not belong to anyone but source. I will not surround myself with fake, egotistical, snake in the grass, cocky, gossip, manipulative, taken advantage of, liars. Life’s to short for that crap. Do not feel bad to remove yourself away from that because you’re afraid of hurting their feelings. Screw that. You’re already complaining about them, and feel uncomfortable around them. Why are you still around them? If you can’t trust them or feel comfortable to have them around your sacred home, space, or family, that’s your answer right their. Doesn’t mean they have to say anything nasty to you for you to feel their energy and see disrespectful behavior. But some people feel powerful in large groups. Feeling wanted, important, and being energy vampires. They thrive off of this and have done for years. They love being surrounded by that. Even though this is all surface and not core. They could not go days without being on their phones, walking through nature, and being alone without anyone. They have lost connection with themselves and source.
I’m not saying its a bad thing to have a large group of friends, of course not 🙂 I’m actually going on a hiking trip with a group of lovely goddesses<3 Im sooooo excited and blessed to be with each and everyone of them. Rather surround yourself with soul friends and not karmic friends. Doesn’t matter if there are 1 or 2 or even 20 people. Has to be a core values rather than going out getting drunk with someone and that’s about it haha. I want to feel silly, alive, and goal oriented with them. It’s ok to not have any friends for a while. It’s ok love 🙂 Wait for your soul group. Everyone has one. God wants you to have friends and not feel alone all the time. Your just unique and haven’t ment them yet. If you’re not feeling comfortable around certain people, then walk away. Don’t try to gain their approval. The right people will already accept you. Doesn’t need to be hard. The truth is, I don’t have many friends, yet I have lots of them, I just haven’t them yet. They are waiting for me just as much as I’m waiting for them. I’m willing to be patient for the right people. It doesn’t make you a weirdo to not have friends at the moment. Eventually, however, you do need a soul group to talk to when things get tough. This was hard for me. I have been through a lot and had to face a lot of things on my own with nobody. You need a shoulder to cry on and hugs. That’s a tough one believe me I know.
You yourself need to put the effort into find friends. Go on a meetup, try something new, pray about it, ect. I use to make myself feel bad about it. I felt like a loser. But now I don’t and you shouldn’t either. Don’t be jealous or feel bad about yourself when you see people on Facebook looking like they are having the time of their lives with all these people. Pictures can be deceiving. That night could have gone to crap for all you know haha. They could have nothing in common with any of them or could all be annoyed with each other. Even, perhaps, those people in the picture where once in your shoes and waited just like you did. To me, It’s a waste of time to be with the wrong people. Don’t compare your journey to others. Everyone is on a different soul journey. It just sets you back even more in finding your soul group. You’re an old soul its ok. You’re just ahead of the game. Not settling for less. I love you guys thank you so much and have a wonderful day ❤