August 30, 2013 – Personal Questions Answered for J.S.
Request for general guidance information for J.S.: Yes, we are here dear Paula. We understand you would like us to give guidance
We Elders see a young man that appears to be very enlightened, yet still concerned about “what others think of him and his image.” In fact there seems to be
a bit of a disconnect between J.S.’s “Inner” life, and the face he shows to others. This is due to the deep hurts suffered in the past that has affected his sense of self and how to relate to others.
We Elders realize the sometimes fragile “human condition” is one in which we must caution the individual to take it easier with oneself. Constructive criticism can be good for the individual. But if this is escalated
by someone with a bad attitude, it can knock down his self-acceptance and cause some real and deep feelings about onesself and how it relates to the rest of the world.
And so We
Elders ask J.S. to enter into a period of introspection to examine the various periods in his life. What were the hardest lessons or people to deal with? Then look at the “highs” and whomever was a regular person that can be very level headed about
people’s personal choices. This is an easy exercise to point out what some of his life lessons may have been then versus now. With R.S. getting ready for surgery, and being a little nervous about it, he shouldn’t worry about “J.S.’s
issues” too much.
We Elders know you are exhausted. We close for now and bid you good night.
are the Elders. Elohim.
[The point The Elders were getting at was to have J.S. sit and analyze some of the experiences he has had to help release previous
bad experiences, see the good parts, and how it has helped him as a person. This is meant to help “free” him from past hurts.]