This week’s guidance from the Ascended Masters, Galactics, Earth Elements, Fae Elders, Angelic legions, and Archangels known as the Collective:
Greetings, Friends! We are very pleased to have this moment to speak with you today.
Today we respond to another question from a Light Bringer, who asks:
We are all aware that difficult people are meant to teach us lessons around patience and forgiveness. And there are various ways to do that (cut cords / affirmations / writing decrees / visualization), especially around birth family.
We may have forgiven a toxic family member and are not consciously engaging with them. But we can’t deny the fact that many Lightworkers at this time are stationed in their parents’ home and out of a job.
They’re doing their best to earn and be independent using their gifts. But sometimes, conditions like a lockdown or financial blocks force us to stay longer with a toxic family.
How is it possible to forgive a family member who constantly abuses you, looks down on you, or is sadistic? To forgive and not be hurt when they continue to attack?
In that moment, have our efforts to remain patient gone to waste? Are we right in feeling hurt and wanting to cut all ties for good, to walk away when the moment arises?
THE COLLECTIVE: We would say, that this is indeed a time of added challenge that can feel to be an unreasonable extreme on many levels.
Many are having to deal not only with the added requirements of protecting themselves and loved ones from a virus, but also the stresses of less income, and therefore living with family members whom they would ordinarily avoid or see only occasionally.
You have heard it said, that simply because a group of people are related does not mean that they will all get along or like one another, whether on a personality level, and regarding chosen ways of living.
Yet there is a further weight added, which is that most Light Bringers will incarnate into a bloodline or a family that contains members who have also been difficult or abusive, or dismissive or abandoning in other lives in which they have known them.
This can be difficult, as all concerned have some slight memory ringing quietly in their heart-mind at times, reminding them that they came in to finally settle old grievances in peaceful ways with this person whom they may love, yet cannot see eye-to-eye with.
This adds to the confusion, as it is Love that motivates people to want to finally make Peace with someone, yet the very things that divided you once will most assuredly seek to divide you again.
You have come in—and we speak to all now—to know who you are and to grow further, in the context of struggles such as you describe.
Yet you also came to plant a bright Light in dense and difficult family circumstances—your own, and the world’s . . .
Copyright 2020, Caroline Oceana Ryan
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