It’s best to stay clear and free in your consciousness, to know where you are, what you’re doing and what your approach is. Then if people start interpreting what you do and making it into something else, you can simply tell them, “Suit yourself”, and step away into your own direction.
When you allow them the freedom to suit themselves and go on with their direction, and when you make it clear that you’re going to continue working the way you’re working, it becomes a great security for everyone. When you say, “I won’t allow you to interfere with what I’m doing, and I’m not going to interfere with what you’re doing,” you will find great respect coming to you — not necessarily admiration or glorification, but respect.
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