I’ve set the intention to be peaceful and happy within my own little world. But what happens when other people I interact with actually are not aware that it is possible to live without drama. Some people can’t help themselves and it does not mean they are bad people, it just means they are likely to be subconsciously running a drama pattern. In all likelihood this drama pattern or multiple drama patterns started in early childhood. In some circumstances you might have a bunch of wonderful people all operating a subconscious drama pattern that collides and interacts and creates an opportunity to acknowledge a drama pattern. By acknowledging that a drama pattern is at work and working through any triggers that come up you can actually let it go.
I’d like to think I’ve worked through my drama patterns and released the need to play a part in someone else’s drama. However, it’s easy to take a supporting role without even realizing that’s what you are doing. Self-awareness is the key and the moment you realize you have taken on a supporting role in someone else’s drama pattern it’s important to acknowledge it and make a conscious informed choice about the next step.
I chose to opt out of everybody else’s drama. It is a work in progress and requires monitoring of my own emotions. The moment I recognise that I’ve inadvertently signed up as a supporting actor I acknowledge myself and the feelings that have been triggered. When this happens I’m not resentful, or not for long anyway, because I recognise this is a self-empowering moment for me and provides me with a mechanism for bringing subconscious processes into conscious reality for release and transformation.
Next time you are caught up in a drama pattern be thankful for all the supporting cast for giving you an opportunity to grow and then move on. The people involved may stay in your life without the drama or they may fall away because their patterns require drama. It’s all good just a process to help create true happiness and peace.