Your child can’t nd his homework while you’re racing to get him out the door to catch the bus. Why is it that we always feel tested? And why is it we always feel like it never ends and it is always happening to us? How come you feel as if no one else can possibly feel as tested as you do? They seem to have it so easy.
These types of tests are a test of patience while other tests in our life test our will power. A reoccurrence of situations may take place having you wonder is it them or is it me? Friends or family may be treating you poorly and now you’ve had it. You’re done and you can’t take it anymore. You’ve been tested for the last time. You might even be looking for a match to burn that relationship bridge down to the ground. But before you turn to the matches try and take a step back and view the situation in a di erent light. The light isn’t who is right and who is wrong. The light is how are you responding?
An argument may ensue or a relationship bruised for life. If it’s the same person testing you over and over again there may be a deeper-rooted issue that may have nothing to even do with you. This individual may treat others the same way they treat you you just aren’t seeing it. Assess the situation and how you normally respond to this person. Do you react, shout, yell, or shutdown completely. Does the situation get you wound up for days? If you are responding the same way you always respond you will continue to receive the same situation presenting itself to you. Try a new approach on how you respond. You may need to set healthy boundaries with this person moving forward.
If you are continuously presented with similar situations of multiple people treating poorly then you may need to assess inwards. What are you doing to others that are triggering them to treat you this way? Are they truly treating you poorly or are you super sensitive to being tested? Sometimes it has nothing to do with you but how they are living their lives and not being as mindful to others feelings. Similar advice applies. If you continue to respond the same to similar situations you will continuously be presented with a test of how you will respond. You cannot control others actions but you are responsible for your own actions and reactions.
By changing your response to others you also change the frequency at which you vibrate. Emotions have a measured frequency and if you change the frequency at which you vibrate you will attract the changes you wish to see.