When Someone Shows You Who They Are




One of the biggest lessons I’ve had to learn is to trust in my own intuition. But sometimes you also have to respect what is being shown to you in your own physical world. Your intuition can be right and your 3D world can be true all at the same time, even if they seem mismatched.


When I met the person I believe to be my divine counterpart, I felt a sense of home, felt that deep soul connection, felt that deep love. My intuition told me that was returned. To this day it still does. To this day, I still believe it.


But there comes a point where you have to accept what someone is telling you, what they’re showing you (or what they’re not telling or showing you). Your intuition might be correct, but you can’t force that upon someone. Because their reality is also true for them—right here and now, it’s your responsibility to accept what is right in front of you. 


It’s difficult. It feels counterintuitive. Shouldn’t I trust my intuition always? Isn’t it “as within so without?” Yes. But the intuition operates from a higher level of consciousness and the 3D is the effect of that—what follows from the thought and intuition in a dense, physical plane. 


As we ascend higher and higher, the dimensions are merging and what we do intuit does, in fact, become our physical reality in the immediate moment—much like the speeding up of manifestations. But as we integrate this shift, we also have to respect where we are. To be present. To accept where others are as well.


When someone shows you who they are, believe them. You can see the best of them, the light of them, the soul of them. You can see beyond their masks. You can see all of them. But you must accept the parts of them they’re openly willing to share with you. You must accept them as they’re presenting themselves to you in the current moment.


And if they’re presenting themselves as less than what you deserve—if it’s creating confusion and pain for you—that then becomes your responsibility for what you choose to accept for your life. It then becomes a decision of your own self-love. Otherwise, you trap yourself in your own karmic cycle.


The hardest thing I’ve ever done is to let go of true love. But true love is only true if it’s true for both of you in the current moment. After all, what you have is only here and now.


And when someone shows you it’s not true for them...


no matter what your intuition says, believe them.