Saturday, February 25, 2017

Embracing it all

In the heavens, we understand that all perspectives have a "right to be." This is very hard for human hearts to grasp. How can we say perspectives of hatred, division, and bigotry "have a right to be?" How can we allow for a perspective of one who says, "my life is more valuable than your life?" How can we love someone who would create division and violence?" 

We know this is very difficult concept because on earth "to love" means to "feel good about" more often than not. In the heavens, however, "to love" means "to see and know the light within" – that love and light that lies beneath the surface of all beings and all things no matter what. 

We see beyond the illusions you create, and the roles you play, upon the earth and know you as something more beautiful, more vast, eternal, and unchanging than the roles you play upon the earth. We understand that whatever perspectives a soul embraces upon the earth, they do so out of a necessity to grow, and a desire, no matter how un-evolved, to remember the truth of their being. Some will grow through love and kindness, and some will grow only when they look back in retrospect at the unloving behaviors and trails of pain they have left behind. All will learn. All have value.

Your sociopaths teach you not to be martyrs. Your bullies teach you to walk away in peace or stand up for what you believe in. Your liars teach you to discern truth. Your saints and quiet, kind, and genie souls inspire you to embrace the sweeter, more light filled side of your own nature. Everyone, every belief, every perspective, without exception has some value in this school called earth. To create the perfumed bloom of the rose you need the soil, the manure, the worms, the sun, the rain, and even the storms that strengthen the branches. All have equal value. All contribute to the blossoming.

Dear ones, even the darkest and most misguided souls contribute to the blossoming of your own soul. Do not crucify or judge them. Instead grow beyond them, around them, above them, and know that you need not dance with them once you have reached for greater light. You can discern without judging. You can embrace all perspectives as having a right to be without agreeing with them. You can say, "I know you have a right to be, but yet you are not right for me!" 

In this reality you can find the peace that surpasses all understanding, for what the mind cannot yet tolerate, the heart already seeks to love. In this reality you see, as we do, the truth, light, and love beneath it all. 

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow! Profound, and so beautifully conveyed. Thank you!!

Ann said...

Bless you :)