Near the full moon, we begin to notice aspects of our personalities that make us extremely uncomfortable. Instead of recognizing that the discomfort feel stems from our own reaction to this enlightenment, it is often easier to shift responsibility onto the person who triggered our initial revelation, as this individual acts as a mirror to whatever internal conflict we are experiencing. We blame, we refrain from cooperation. We fight. It seems almost impossible to entertain the idea of our own darkness.
Whether or not these relationships will last depends on how capable we are of harmonizing the yin and yang of which we are all comprised.
Do you admit to your darkness?