If you were conditioned to be a people-pleaser, like I was, then this message is for you: It is not your role to make others happy. Rather, it is your role to keep yourself in balance.
Abraham states, “You cannot get poor enough to help poor people thrive or get sick enough to help sick people get well. You can only uplift from your position of strength and clarity and alignment.”
What I have learned is that, since I can’t control other people, I can’t make them happy. And if I do, that happiness would be conditional, because it is based on something I said or did, and I would have to continue to say that thing or do that thing again and again to maintain that happiness. I would then be responsible–and held liable–for maintaining that person’s happiness. And that is not the truth.
Lowering your vibration to make someone else happy does a disservice to yourself–because, as Abraham states, “you are not being true to who-you-really-are.” The best thing you can give to someone is to uplift yourself and offer a demonstration of happiness coming from inside-out, rather than from outside-in.
Your partner in uplifting,