Are you a natural mediator? Do you oftentimes find yourself in the middle of an argument, situation, scenario or conflict? Naturally many of us want to restore balance, create or keep peace.
This morning, I received a strong insight. Insights are divine rays of wisdom, knowledge or information that clearly pass through us in the form of a message. Today's insight was: "By being in the middle, you are blocking the connection between two beings." The image of a roadblock or obstacle between two figures popped into my vision.
This was eye-opening! Being in the middle, the third component of an equation to help balance and harmonize can feel helpful. However, as "mediators" or "neutralizers" we are blocking the direct connection between two beings.
Rather than exchanging energy back and forth directly, the energy flows to you. Likely your channel is not completely open and clear because mediation entails the conversion of raw input to refined output. It then becomes a game of transmuting energies.
AWARENESS To start, let's become aware of every scenario we are in the middle: two parents arguing, delivering messages for others, judging people in a romantic relationship. List all instances.
COMMUNICATION Next, where possible and when called, go down your list and directly communicate to all members of these parties that you no longer wish to be "in the middle." You may say that you are coming from a place of care and love. You hold the space for resolution but are no longer the middle person.
OBSERVATION Watch drama and stories unravel as people now have the space to work out and resolve their karma directly either strengthening bonds and connection or releasing and letting go.
There is a difference between staying in the middle versus building an efficient bridge and moving on. Once a bridge is safely and carefully built, it stands on its own for a long time. Occasionally repairs and updates are needed, but contractors are definitely not hanging out on their completed projects.
If we feel called to mediate, let's build our sturdy and efficient bridges and move on!