People show up as who they are. It is our job to listen to who they are and act accordingly.
So many of my clients come wanting a person to be different then they are. They are surprised that the person lies, cheats, fibs, etc. They are angry, disappointed and feel they may have a hard time trusting in the future. But, when I get clients to think of their first meeting with the person in question, their is evidence that the person cheats, lies, fibs, etc.
Think about it, if you are frustrated that your friend is irresponsible, was he/she irresponsible when you first met him/her. Did the person you are angry with for being two faced, did he/she make their proclivities for gossip known when you first met them?
People show up how they are. The key is to listen to who he/she is, instead of pretending he/she is something else. Why do people choose to fool themselves into believing something about a person that he/she knows is not true? People want others to fit into their plans, their idea of their own future. This helps the believer to feel safe, hopeful but in truth contributes to hopelessness.
Listen to who people are by lisening to who they are, rather than who you would like them to be.
Colby Wilk, Spiritual and Theta Healer, Heal Through Spirit, Seattle WA