Why You Don’t Need the Person

Hey guys! Sorry I’ve been lax on creating content, but I moved across the country again a couple of weeks ago, and have been getting situated. I also got a job at the mall my first week back and it’s been a minute since I worked retail! Tired, I’m so tired..

So I learned a life hack years ago sort of by accident, that has become such a powerful and liberating technique. Honestly, it was a life saver when I found myself completely alone, thousands of miles away from friends and family during quarantine!

So, I lived alone for most of my thirties because it just happened that way, and something that saved me from being too sad and isolated was imagining a conversation between myself and someone that I wanted to talk to but couldn’t. This started with me wanting to talk to my cousin who had died. I also wanted to ask Abraham Hicks questions but I couldn’t afford a workshop, lol. And my boyfriend of 6 years broke up with me a couple weeks after I moved into my condo, so I didn’t have him to talk to anymore either.

What I quickly found is that if you genuinely think of the person you want to ask or tell something, you don’t need them there. It takes practice, but if you really tap into their energy like as if they were sitting next to you and you wait for a response, you will just know what they would say.

This works really well if there are people you want to talk to who have died, or coaches you follow but can’t actually afford, or even people you miss but they don’t want to be in your life anymore. I don’t entirely know how it works, but I maybe you are just really talking to your higher self which knows everything anyway. Like, better than if you were talking to the actual person!

This technique has gotten me through so many confusing and lonely situations. It helps me move on when certain friends and family members just don’t want to be in my life anymore. I can just accept it and move on. Of course, there are always a few who come back with some drama, but it just doesn’t affect me anymore. It’s very liberating!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s