When you have balance of body, mind and spirit, others’ issues will roll off your back.
You will have no need to become engaged in others’ dramas except to offer your mindful and quiet support.
In order to act on your compassion, which in my view is not wanting others to suffer, you need to derail your own suffering.
More inner balance is the best and easiest way to do this.
You can treat your body to good eating, healthy walks or exercise and read good books to boost your confidence. If you are in personal harmony, you will be stronger than those around you and able to give more to theirs, if only to give an example of balanced body, mind and spirit.
Your mind will be more in balance if you meditate, or just take quiet time for at least twenty minutes per day; more if you can.
Your spirit thrives on you reaching out to others. If you perform at least one good deed a day, your mind will be fed. If you forgive those who have hurt you, your spirit will rise.
As long as this leads to body, mind spirit harmony, you will be able to sidestep any big drama at work on your team, with your manager and with clients.
Give it a try.
Harmony implies peace, cooperation and understanding.
Start with yourself, first and always.
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