To be so in-tune with others’ energies, through the use of body language, tone, and something ethereal that I don’t understand is a way we can protect ourselves, and experiencing enough trauma can hone this perception of energy shifts

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Someone extremely close to me calls this manipulation the “World as Myth” or pantheistic solipsism, which is when certain writers bring things and events to existence through their minds.

https://bambooandbananas.org/journal-entry-20

Do you treat others with kindness?

What about yourself? Are you gentle to your reflection, successes and endeavors? Your actions toward others reflect many things. Ponder the response in how you experience human interactions. Often times those surrounded by negativity are the reason for it as well. Come over to the sun with me, let’s be free.

https://thebreeword.com/2020/06/22/its-about-the-journey

I don’t know why she’s angry at me! I never hurt her! I don’t deserve this!

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As Michael did, we can listen and learn from those we’ve wounded. Simultaneously, we need to connect with the wounded parts of ourselves, as we each recognize our culpability and seek to change. We can do this through practices of self-compassion or spiritual practices of confession, repentance, and atonement.

https://www.gottman.com/blog/neutrality-is-invalidation