As human beings, we are intimate with the energy of suffering. From cradle to grave. We spent lifetimes trying to run from it, but found it around every corner. Through suffering we were playing our our galactic story beautifully, exploring the many facets of it. We played both the victim of suffering and the perpetrator. We found suffering in life even if we were rich, and had everything handed to us. We suffered if we were beautiful. If we had social status. If we led a high-profile life. And we suffered if we were poor. If we were plain. If we led an ordinary life.
As men, as women, as children, as old. We were not spared the suffering in life.
We also had many joyful experiences. But we wanted to explore the dark in ourselves and in humanity. It’s one reason we came here in the first place. We learned some powerful things from the experiences we went through. It’s why we are so filled with wisdom and compassion now. We have experienced the very human condition and all its iterations.
Suffering took many forms, from physical to mental. We felt anger, hopelessness, guilt. We were fearful. We suffered loneliness, unrequited love, abandonment. Our hearts were not only filled with love, but were broken from love unrequited.
So here we are, moving out of our old galactic story. No longer identifying so much with the characters in the movies. The ones who are victims, who are suffering. Movies we once inhaled with such gusto. Now we find ourselves outside the theatre,, rather disconnected from it all.
But interestingly, we still carry within us, to a degree, the energy of struggle and suffering. Perhaps we still see some value in it as far as our ascension process goes. Or perhaps it the one powerful connection we have with our history, our family, our friends, humanity.
As women especially was there not a degree of suffering that we experienced in order to bring life into the world, and then to fit into that world? In order to be seen as virtuous, as a good woman, we took on the pain and suffering of our fellow man.
As men and women who are embodying our christ consciousness, we risk making our fellow humans feel even more uncomfortable. We witness what these potent energies are doing to our personal lives, and our bodies and emotions. Imagine what they could do to those we come into contact with. This radiance is benevolent, but it also brings to the surface all that has been in shadow. To be acknowledged, and loved. And then it gets transmuted.
We don’t want to see anyone suffering, but now we know that by suffering ourselves we help no-one. We are letting go of so much. But really it’s a letting go of our old, unhealthy connection with others, our bloodline, our ancestors, our friends and family, and humanity. No one really gets ‘left in the dust.’ That’s just an illusion.
What a blessing. What a true blessing we are, as we always have been. We have been through so much, such deep experiences, to get to where we are now. Perhaps we can let go of the suffering, whatever degree there is to let go of. Wouldn’t that be wonderful for us and for the rest of all that is?
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