Many people feel the urge to seek confirmation outside of themselves because they have not yet found their own strength.
Laughing at yourself
Laugh at yourself first. Be the first to joke about yourself. That way, the people who like to belittle others don’t do it. You have taken away their desire to tease you or make you look bad. They’re no fun anymore if you agree with them.
If you say it first, they must agree with you. And they probably don’t want to agree with you on anything! If they manage to be the first to say something, then you’ll agree with them and make it worse. Make it something big so that it becomes funny. Exaggerating is a form of humor and this gives you the chance to laugh at yourself, just like everyone else.
Curious and scared
You might be called crazy. Sometimes relatives and friends are just crazy. You can laugh and say, ‘Me! And you?’ If they try to convince you that they are not crazy, smile again and say, “Everyone acts a little crazy sometimes.” Boost your power by saying that enough research has been done into why people can’t think for themselves and sometimes act a little brash.
Many people feel the urge to seek confirmation outside of themselves because they have not yet found their own strength. A person who wants to belittle others looks for a way to validate his own ideas and views. Maybe you feel that urge too.
The people who want to belittle you may have caught some of your ideas. They are curious, but not yet ready to be convinced. They want you to be right and at the same time, they fear that you are right. Wait for them to talk about it again and then get into the discussion and open up.
Room to disagree
When people inquire about ‘alternative business’ for the first time, they are curious and open to the idea. The second time they ask, they have also opened their hearts to it (without judging) and can receive your information. Be careful, take it easy and be funny and nice.
They want to believe in something, but they want an ‘outside’ authority to tell them what to believe. They know you, so you can’t be that person! But you can change that. By giving them a chance, you give them the power to choose. How can you do this? Know that they can believe what they want to believe. If they challenge you and your views, you can say, “I’m defending your right to believe what you want for as long as you want.” This gives them confidence and space to grow and change. You also tell them that when (not if ) they change their mind, you support them.
If necessary, you can add, “I hope you do the same for me.” Usually, that is not necessary. If someone expects you to do something more, you can say, “I understand why you think or say that, or want to…but I’ve made this decision.” Give the other the right to speak, only then do you give them the opportunity to disagree with you.
Can you think critically?
Most people want others to agree with them. They do not understand that this could also mean that they have stepped out of their power. Many people cannot form their own opinions because they have not learned how to think critically. Critical thinking is taught in all forms of science, but not in the arts. So if you experience that others do not see what you see, it is sometimes because they have not learned to think in such a way that they can draw their own conclusions. They rely on others, the news, and the authorities to provide them with information.
The transition to 5D
How can you “beat” your opponents in 5D? You hope they recover. You hope they somehow recover if you win. If you lose, you can easily recover from that. You ‘claim’ through manifestation: ‘I am so glad that everything turned out well. I’m so thankful the drama had a happy ending !’ You don’t need to know what that means exactly. You simply see everything come to a good end. You can also say to the universe, “It may be over now. Now all the drama can come to an end. I’m so thankful everything turned out okay!’