I should learn to not be surprised when I experience synchronistic situations that mirror the lessons that I am teaching to my Release Density & Shift Your Life group in my personal life, but I'll tell ya, it gets me every single time. One of the homework assignments I gave my group this week was to complete a digital detox since we were talking about identifying what is no longer serving them in their present space.
The lesson came full circle as I was just mindlessly scrolling through Facebook and noticed an unsavory comment from a distant relative on another relative's posted video. Normally I wouldn't have even acknowledged the interaction, but I was irked by the audacity of the comment and obviously didn't think it was appropriate or funny.
Just because someone is "family", related to you by blood or marriage, or simply because you have known them for an extended period of time does not mean they have the right to invade your personal space with their negativity and bullshit. So take a moment and think to yourself, when's the last time you just shook your head as you read someone's commentary on social media? Sounds like you may benefit from a digital detox.
A great way to help maintain a healthy digital boundaries is to remove pop up notifications that show messages on your lock screen. This way, you are taking back control of what messages you read, from whom and when you chose to read them! No more digital sneak attacks! Read on to see how I recommend starting your digital detox!
Love and Light,
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Arielle is a best-selling author, holistic life coach and intuitive energy healer.