Oct 21, 2013 – Family Questions Addressed for X.X.
Hello dear Paula. Yes of course we are here and can do a session whenever you would like to. We understand you have a request from
your friend X.X. about issues associated with her family.
Yes there are endless drama's associated with the complex interactions of so many people. These so-called dramas are life
lessons in disguise so to speak, rather like a parable. Someone has a lesson that is experienced through someone else's actions, and in turn the other person has a lesson to learn, or are the vehicle for the other's lesson. This may be a cyclic occurrence
until the core lesson has been learned. We understand this is a delicate situation in which the young man desires to move on, release his anger, stress, and anxiety, and yet there is family involved that do not understand his need to move on with his life.
This seems to be a very large extended family, that are very interconnected with one another. We understand the need for tact in any guidance given. Whatever has passed before is in
the past. There is need to look forward in envisioning how and in what form the family may continue these close connections. All must come from a place of loving kindness and compassion. Love is the glue that holds All That Is together. Everyone has their
own needs and ability to fill their own needs. The important thing is that in filling their needs, that they do not cause upset, bitterness, anger, resentment, or unmet expectations in another that are intolerable. This can be a difficult "line" to toe. What
is acceptable to one may not be for another.
To look at the entire group dynamic would be to say the best thing to express is that a given action is for the highest good of all.
With respect to the young one, little J., she is very resilient, more so than anyone realizes. Deep in her core, she knows her mother is with her. On a day to day life experience, she knows that their lives are changing, and that is inevitable despite her
feelings of conflict over loyalty to both mother and father.
And so We Elders recommend that the extended family and friends BOND over what serves the highest good of all concerned
in compassionate love. There is no room for territorialism or jealousy. If the widowed husband M. desires to find a new companion, he must go out and meet people. Allow him this space. Be loving. Ask what you can do to make his life a little easier. Perhaps
allowing the young girl an opportunity to visit relatives overnight so her father may have occasional "date nights" may be of service in a nonjudgmental fashion.
If you need help
in expressing our guidance, you may condense this message and express it as your own. And so it is. We extend our greetings and bid you goodbye. We are The Elders. Elohim.
with permission from X.X.)