Readers of my blog probably know what is coming but it does bear repeating anyway. Think about what triggers you in others. Maybe it’s a certain decision they are making, maybe it’s a certain way they act, maybe it’s something what they say. Always remember, if it really bothers you, then it is most likely something in you which is triggered.
Knowing that it is “me” and not “you” is very valuable. This awareness allows us to not make others wrong, and instead to work with them in partnership. It allows us to be accepting, to be with others from love and being, and to be with others at their best. It also allows us to make a choice, do we want to continue being triggered or do we want to make a choice to better ourselves?
That which triggers you… is about you.