Online Workshop - Nov 26 2017 - Pre-Q&A: What Is Reality?


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About that reality...why only the person that was in a happy bubble should consider the other person's (Teal's) sad bubble....What about the other person considering the other reality. Like you mentioned that "her mom died" and you "are having an amazing day"....why that person that has an amazing day should consider the other's misery/sadness...what about the other person considering the person that have a happy day?isn't it unfair that that person's reality (I am happy today) should not be considered as well?Why the sad has to win and the happy has to lose?why it is not win/win that both needs to consider each other's reality and meet there somewhere to experience shared reality.?

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@Elena79 I wondered the same thing. Why is it that only Teal's reality was valid but the other woman was in denial? I'm sorry to say but this is an example of why so many people think Teal is manipulative. 

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Maybe I'm not understanding this fully:

Lynn was feeling happy at the gym and Teal wasn't. By not feeling Teal's pain Lynn was in denial and pretending she, herself, was also not in pain? But originally Lynn was feeling happy so how is that denial?

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Wow I was just asking myself this today. And I have received The Bubble blindspot card a lot lately. Will definitely rewatch.

@elena79 maybe it's that the lower energy person can't really decide to go higher without denial. I don't think they said that Teal didn't accommodate both Lynn's and her own perspectives in the gym though, just that Lynn was in a happy bubble. In the example where the mother died that's an extreme loss.

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