As spiritual beings, we understand the importance of community and the power of connection. We know that we are stronger together and that our struggles are interconnected. But let's be real, sometimes we have to be audacious and cut the cords from relationships that are holding us back from reaching our highest good.
Let's be clear, this doesn't mean we should go around cutting ties left and right. Relationships take time and effort to build, and it's important to consider the value and impact they have on our lives. However, when it comes to relationships that are toxic, draining, or simply not serving us, it's necessary to cut those cords and move on.
Why waste time and energy on people or relationships that bring negativity and drama into our lives? We deserve to surround ourselves with positive, uplifting, and supportive individuals who will encourage and support us on our journey to greatness.
And let's not forget, cutting cords doesn't always mean ending a relationship completely. It can also mean setting boundaries, communicating your needs and expectations, or even taking a break from the relationship to reassess its value in your life.
As spiritual beings, we know the power of self-love and self-care. We know that we deserve to be treated with respect and dignity, and we should not settle for anything less. So, if a relationship is not benefiting your highest good, don't be afraid to cut those cords and make room for something better. It's time to elevate and level up, and that starts with the company we keep.