Caring Can Be Tough Road
Caring about someone, having that strong psychic bond to them can be a blessing, but can also be tough, a tough road.
When you have that connection, are a sensitive, an intuitive, can sense what others are feeling etc.., in a variety of ways you of course want to run to them and help, be there for them, have their back, take their hand and help them through the fire, make it of there unscathed. When you know they have so much more that they can do with their gifts and you can sense pain, them trying to break free, and it’s not happening fast enough for them, your instinct is to want them to have you be their rock, for you to be able to fix it for them. It’s hard when they are not letting you in, or for whatever reason can’t let you in, maybe it’s a pattern for them, not letting people in, not being comfortable with emotion, expressing it etc…You can feel the pain, their soul, very core, heart crying out to be free, to start a new life. You would love to wave a magic wand and overnight make it all happen for them, snap of the fingers. It’s a tough road to care and wish that they would let you in, talk to you about what’s going on, cry on your shoulder if that is what they needed to do. It’s tough as an empath etc… being on the outside looking in and not be able to do anything quickly to help, make it all okay quickly for them. What can you do?
Meditate, pray, don’t ever underestimate the power of thought, consistent thought directed at a goal, of meditation and prayer. It may not happen overnight, but it might happen that the caring penetrates, their awareness does and they do come to you with an open heart etc.. and share their burden with you. You may not be able to fix it by osmosis overnight, but you might be able to be there to give courage, strength, guidance, whatever is needed for them to get through the fire, break free of the pain, the situation more quickly than if they tried facing it on their own or with those who may not have their back with that situation or goal.
Namaste, Shalom and Amen