Sometimes we find ourselves surrounded by people we don’t have anything in common with any more.
Maybe we’ve done a lot of our spiritual work, and they haven’t. Or maybe they’ve been doing more work than we have! Perhaps we’ve been walking on the same path for a long time, but now we’ve reached a corssorads, and we must each go our separate ways.
When you come to the crossroads, there isn’t any point in grasping or hanging on. If relationships are not enjoyable and fulfilling, it makes no sense to cling.
In life, we're always walking through new doors; we’re always expanding into our new Self.
Thus, it’s normal and correct to outgrow people, or to have them outgrow you. It is normal and correct to change.
Don’t be afraid to loosen the ties of relationships that haven't worked for a long time, or that never worked, or that you only continue out of guilt or habit.
Keep growing; don’t get stuck in what once was. Allow the Universe to take you to new experiences, new relationships. Walk through the next door.
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