Have you ever found yourself surrounded by friends that mean well, but don’t really “get” you, your mission or the essence of who you really are?

From time to time this happens to us all so it’s important to take a step back and analyze our friendships and detox certain people from our lives.  Our interactions with others are meaningful because we are constantly creating our reality based on our current state of being, our thoughts, our beliefs and emotions.  If you are surrounded by people who don’t serve your highest good this can most certainly affect the reality that you create.

Healthy friendships are inspiring, genuinely loving, supportive, co-creative, fun, judgment free, and no strings are ever attached.

Toxic friendships will make you feel drained, insecure, unsafe, worried, judged and compared against, constantly questioning, constantly confused.

When you start to notice that the people you are surrounded by don’t really fall in line with your values and core beliefs it’s time to take a step back from these people.  If you need help releasing someone from your life you can visualize them and yourself moving on with space between the two of you.  See in your mind’s eye each of you finding yourself busy in life and then moving on.  See the space between you filled with good vibes, but distant.  Remember, it’s okay to love someone from a distance.

Instead of giving your energy to friendships that don’t serve you, give your energy to your existing relationships that ARE meaningful.  Stay updated on birthdays, make sure you connect on special holiday’s, drop them a text/call/email when you are thinking of them just to say “hello”, catch up over dinner or lunch for no reason other than to connect, let them know you care.  Nurture and feed the good relationships and step back from the toxic ones!

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