Do I need to like you to love you? What is love? What is like?

I have a call on Sundays with a guy whom I’ve never met. We did a course together back in 2007, were in the same mastermind on Sundays, and we just continued talking ever since…

I work through a lot of my stuff on those calls. I also get to insight I cannot get to, when my mouth is closed, i.e. I am not talking.

It is hard to be silently brilliant, lots of thought occur when you open your mouth.

And occasionally I talk about my students, and other people.

And sometimes one of these students buys that particular call I spoke about them. I said: her energy is appalling.

And this is what happened this week.

I got an email. The student got deeply hurt. her whole image in the Playground is now tainted… a big drama.

The truth is: you can like someone if you like them. And you can love someone even if you don’t like them.

I don’t like many people. I love a whole lot of them.

What is the difference?

Liking is a lower energy phenomenon, you like potato chips and you don’t like chocolate ice cream. Who knows where it comes from…

Love, on the other hand, is a commitment. I commit to loving you, even though I am appalled by your energy, I hate when talk the way you talk, I cringe when I read your email…

And yet, I love you. I want the best for you, I give you my best, I am committed to your welfare.

I love you for no reason… but to love this way you have to have your vibration way above 500…

If you had to pick whether your teacher should love you or like you, which one would you choose?

I don’t think there is a person on the planet who likes me. I even don’t like myself.

But, I feel that there are people who love me. Love me for what they are getting. And that is good enough for me.

It is OK with me that I love you for no reason, and that I need to earn your love every day.

Do I want you to like me? No. Actually wanting to be liked is handing you all the powers and become a puppet on a string.

I revel in not being liked… it is a lot more interesting to me than being with someone who pretends that they like me.

So what am I going to do about the offended and hurt student?

If she can overcome her grief… I will teach her, I’ll hear her out, I’ll get with her to the root of why she would care if I like her or not.

If she cannot… I cannot predict what will happen.

I have had my favorite student quit on me for three months… and then he came back. He realized that he wanted more of what he had gotten… that he was my student not for my liking him, but from what he learned in my programs.

Very intelligent.

It is intelligent to choose what is in your best interest.

What I think about you? I recommend that you don’t give a flying f… about that.

This is the kind of stuff you get trained in the Playground. I have some openings… if you are ready.


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Author: Sophie Benshitta Maven

True empath, award winning architect, magazine publisher, transformational and spiritual coach and teacher, self declared Avatar

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