By giving power to the drama of another, you are not helping them. By remaining detached yet fully compassionate, you are able to receive insights and guidance from the state beyond the drama from which the highest solutions arise. The human side loves drama. It wants to bring others along for the ride. When more than one is being tossed about, it is difficult to steer the ship. You will take turns experiencing drama. When it is not your turn, be the steady hand that listens with love, surrounds the other whose turn it is with love, and do all that you can for them from the heart without adding to the story.
You are so very loved.
I have been asked for examples of words one might use or not use in these situations
I feel so loved right now! My brother just passed at 8:45 this morning. 3/5/23 My other siblings were being very dramatic up until today. I just kept hearing keep steady. Keep steady. Don’t get caught up in their drama.
Sending loves warmth 🧡
Way to go!!! They will hopefully see your strength as a good example… and if not… you’re still a good example! Your brother is likely smiling on you with full appreciation. I know i am.
Great insight! I follow this path and we call the perspective Emotional Detachment:)
Here is today’s Satsang Upadesha link,
Cheers, Blessings and Gratitude! Charles:)
YOU ARE SO VERY LOVED WITH COMPASSION. Thank you.
So very appropriate for our current situation. My husband is in the terminal stages of pancreatic cancer and likely to pass today. My two adult children, one male, one female, are with me and we seem to take it in turns to “have our moments” while the others provide loving support. My daughter and I are more aware than our son that the drama isn’t the reality but he too is beginning to acknowledge this. I so love this message.
Yes, it is a perfect time for your entire family to get this message with all the love from Sanaya, and us all who feel for your situation. Hearts united!
Perfect for the dilemma I faced this morning – took my breath away x