Why Rejection Can Be a Good Thing

Rejection came up in a webinar I attended recently on chakras. And it got me thinking. It seems the general consensus towards rejection is sadness & disappointment.  I don’t feel it has to be that way.  I don’t see it as a bad thing!  As there is a reason for everything, there’s a reason you’re being rejected, or actually – redirected 😉

Trust the Universe ✨

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There is nothing wrong with you.  When you look at things energetically, it makes sense. When you click with someone, really connect, it isn’t because they’re 6 feet tall with blond hair & green eyes.  It’s magnetic.  It’s electric.  Chemistry.  Unseen forces at work. Let go of your list of standards & requirements & follow your Energy.  It knows where to go ✨ It’s all about Energy, Vibration & Frequency.  Therein lie the Secrets of the Universe ✨

So if you are Rejected, Thank the Universe!  Something better is on the way 🙂

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We must Encourage, Inspire & Motivate each other. There’s way too much of the opposite & the world is suffering. A truly authentic person with good intentions will want you to 'rise high' - even if it's 'higher than them.' The world is asleep but it's time to wake up. Everyone has a right to Life, Freedom, Joy & Peace. I can't stand seeing people deceived on such a global scale for nefarious gains. Shining a light on the colossal corruption & pedophilia epidemics. In the dark the cockroach thrives, but in the light it cannot survive.

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