I think it’s essential to try and understand contrasting perspectives on anything relevant to being of service to humanity, and to be flexible when it comes to the ideals of certainty, knowing, meaning and wisdom.
If you’re like me, you have a tendency to be aware of, or to feel responsible for, the feelings and emotions of others. This can be a disorienting perspective, because you get into the habits of compromising, accommodating, and catering to their needs, at the cost of your own wellbeing.
For much of my life, I’ve done this in unhealthy ways.
It’s been a strange, vibrant, and sometimes excruciating experience growing up in a generation of such emotionally, mentally and spiritually broken people.
Low-vibration environments, emotions and experiences produce energies that are cumulative, and will build to overwhelm. This can be a good thing. But perhaps it isn’t necessary.