I haven’t heard from so many Lightworkers as I have recently. I think I’ve had four conversations with people this morning alone where some aspect of what I’m about to say applied.
Some people have horrendous stories to tell, unusual lives, great disabilities to overcome, all manner of things to share.
And some people are ashamed, embarrassed, or in some other ways too inhibited to share about it.
Heavens. That’s why we came here. We came here during these extraordinary times to lead these lives and, as one Lightworker put it to me this morning, to gain experience. He said that he woke up to the fact at one point in his life that all the different things he was learning about and going through were not happening necessarily in the interests of accomplishment but in the interests of learning, experiencing, and sharing.
In my view, all these medical conditions we have, tragedies we suffered, losses and failures we experienced were had to fit us to be ready to know what these situations were like for other people when we begin our service.
I remember hearing a friend discuss how she thought she was here to assist people when they were dying. Well, that’s an unusual thing to say. But in fact she has assisted many people to make their transitions and many have communicated with her, through hand squeezes and such, up to the last minutes. Not a field where you gather many testimonials. No one knows about her service.
I know I’m talking to people who also know that they are eternal beings and survive death … well, even saying it that way is a tip of the hat to the old paradigm … pass through death as they would pass through a door. Some people may freak when I say that, but freaking does not change the fact that death itself (not perhaps some of the minutes prior to death) is painless. (1)
I have to be careful how I talk about this because I don’t want to offend anyone or sound as if I’m slighting people’s suffering. I don’t mean to do either. Rather what I’m saying is congratulating us for being willing, for volunteering, to experience these painful, tragic circumstances so we could have the ability to discuss them knowledgably with the people we’ll be talking to who face Ascension and don’t feel worthy, ready, well-fitted, etc.
I am not my disability (I’m actually just making this up), (2) ignorance, closed-down condition, poverty, or any other state or circumstance. Those are things I agreed to experience for my evolution. They are useful for positioning me to be able to discuss them with others who feel them as limitations rather than as educational experiences and are worried that they will not ascend because of them.
So if you’ve been handling a severe medical condition or an impairment or a disability or simply a good, old-fashioned lifestyle that you don’t think others will understand or accept, for heaven’s sake, don’t feel reluctant to talk about it. Tell us about it. Tell us what it was like. Tell us what you learned.
Don’t tell us and you may have missed life’s only purpose.
(1) If you don’t think death is painless, perhaps read this: http://www.angelfire.com/space2/light11/nmh/death1.html#path
(2) I personally do not have a disability.