Let's see, Kelly says, I can be a bit of an isolationist. It doesn't occur, that there is anything wrong, but sometimes I wonder how the people in my life are impacted? Any thoughts on this?
Yeah, I guess a few things. I think if that's natural for you honor that with love, if that's where you feel happy, if that's what resonates? Honor that there's nothing wrong, if you are more of an isolationist in general. The next part, like wondering how those in your life are impacted in it, I think that's also natural. And I feel like the question has undertones of is this right or wrong? Or is that okay? And it's all okay. And if this is a new, honoring of who you are, so it's a shift in your relationships, giving them time to adapt. But also, if they're on your heart, then you can be the one to initiate contact, and check in if you want to have more conversation about our communication about it. But I think if you reach a point where you have a bit of worry, within trying to get to the root of that worry. Right, what is this about? What is the fear of and then making space for anything that arises to sit with it? Oh, is this a fear of rejection? Maybe now they won't like me anymore? Or is this something else? staying curious, right? And in moments where you may not be able to see through linear processing of a brain, asking the mind within the heart, the intuitive wisdom and holding space for those answers to arrive