We all love a good story. Dramatic characters and unbelievable locations and situations. Narratives that enthralls us and keep us hooked for the next big shock, event or twist.

Drama adds layers to events and situations that create energetic realities that start to have consequences.

The emotional pull can be enticing leaving us literally on the edge of our seats wondering and demanding to know what explosive revelation will be revealed next and by whom. All characters have the means it is just down to the director to reveal who.

Why being a drama queen is bad for your wellbeing

Unfortunately, this type of story happens all too often in our daily lives. We have become addicted to drama. Our direction skills have been honed and are nothing short of Oscar worthy nominations. Stories and drama are created by our egos (What is the ego?). They distract us from ourselves, our situations and our lives. They bring in non-supportive energies that start to take on a life of their own. Suddenly people are against us for no or wrong reasons.

We release any responsibility for our actions and project this onto the lives of others or things in general. We are never to blame as it is always someone else. The truth becomes so blurred that we no longer live in a world that has any bearing on the facts. It adds layers to events and situations that create energetic realities that start to have consequences. We lose our ability to speak our truth and run the risk of entering spiritual stagnation. Spiritual stagnation is when you are unable to learn or grow and the universe steps in and forces change often through sudden and tough situations.

When we indulge in our own dramas we also have the potential of taking energy from others. This is a significant issue as it is through the drama that energy vampires drain others of their vitality. We all know what it feels like to be around someone who is fond of drama. We may feel drained, grumpy and even down. We may take someone's vitality and energy which in itself can have consequences on our ability to move forward.

The addiction to drama has the potential of having a significant impact on your wellbeing, vitality and spiritual growth. Drama should be avoided at all costs. I think it should be a priority of all of us on a path of self-development, growth, and discovery. Guard your vitality and well-being and always be aware of where your energy is going.

 

Kundalini Activation Guided Meditation

We all love a good story. Dramatic characters and unbelievable locations and situations. Narratives that enthralls us and keep us hooked for the next big shock, event or twist.

Drama adds layers to events and situations that create energetic realities that start to have consequences.

The emotional pull can be enticing leaving us literally on the edge of our seats wondering and demanding to know what explosive revelation will be revealed next and by whom. All characters have the means it is just down to the director to reveal who.

Why being a drama queen is bad for your wellbeing

Unfortunately, this type of story happens all too often in our daily lives. We have become addicted to drama. Our direction skills have been honed and are nothing short of Oscar worthy nominations. Stories and drama are created by our egos (What is the ego?). They distract us from ourselves, our situations and our lives. They bring in non-supportive energies that start to take on a life of their own. Suddenly people are against us for no or wrong reasons.

We release any responsibility for our actions and project this onto the lives of others or things in general. We are never to blame as it is always someone else. The truth becomes so blurred that we no longer live in a world that has any bearing on the facts. It adds layers to events and situations that create energetic realities that start to have consequences. We lose our ability to speak our truth and run the risk of entering spiritual stagnation. Spiritual stagnation is when you are unable to learn or grow and the universe steps in and forces change often through sudden and tough situations.

When we indulge in our own dramas we also have the potential of taking energy from others. This is a significant issue as it is through the drama that energy vampires drain others of their vitality. We all know what it feels like to be around someone who is fond of drama. We may feel drained, grumpy and even down. We may take someone's vitality and energy which in itself can have consequences on our ability to move forward.

The addiction to drama has the potential of having a significant impact on your wellbeing, vitality and spiritual growth. Drama should be avoided at all costs. I think it should be a priority of all of us on a path of self-development, growth, and discovery. Guard your vitality and well-being and always be aware of where your energy is going.

 

Kundalini Activation Guided Meditation

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