How to deal with betrayal

Everyday we are faced with tough choices. Whether God exists or not, it’s really irrelevant because we are gifted with free will. If you are a fortunate enough person to be born into a situation or family where your basic human needs are provided for, you have a good shot at life. Not everyone gets to be born in a beautiful country where we have food, water, shelter, modern medicine, technology, education and opportunity. What a blessing it is to be here!

Usually when we are faced with betrayal, the first reaction is to blame someone else for what we are facing. It’s completely normal to feel hurt and to be angry. That’s a  standard human reaction. It is okay to be hurt, but hanging onto that hurt sets the stage to cave into the victim mentality where we throw up our arms and say, “I can’t believe this happened to me.” “I can’t believe so-and-so stabbed me in the back.” We must realize that we invite the demons to perpetrate on our lives, whether consciously or unconsciously. If we see that something might be bad for us, it’s often overlooked because we want to believe that things will get better, that person will change, it isn’t really that bad. But sometimes it is really that bad and the voice of our intuition is completely drowned out by the voice of idealism.

I invite you to take a look at yourself as I have done. It can be really painful but the first step is to realize the problem, then come to terms with it. Then second step is to forgive yourself and to forgive others. Coming from this place of awareness and a heart that is free from hatred is a better place from which to make new decisions and establish relationships. Is it wise to retaliate on someone that has wronged you or is it better to make peace with it, learn the lesson and move on to brighter horizons without letting any one negative situation take complete control of your life?

Today’s affirmation:

“I find peace in taking responsibility for my actions. I am not a victim but rather a powerful co-creator of life. I make choices that are in alignment with my truest and healthiest self.”

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