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#5: Loving Wisdom Evening
July 7, 2018

Loving Wise Ones speaking through Ruth Shilling, in Narragansett, RI – Channeling #229-7July2018
Summary of ALL POSTS from July 7, 2018

Basic Concepts:

• You have this knowledge within your very self. It is for each person to be individual in their way of inner dialogue.

• PROCESS for when we feel we want to send healing assistance to another.

  1. Articulate what perspective you are holding regarding this person. What do you think/believe this person is experiencing?
  2. Remind yourself that this is just your perspective. This is not evaluating whether it’s right or wrong. This is seeing that it’s a perspective. And that perspective is brought about from your own experiences (so there is always “projection” involved on your part).
  3. Imagine what it must feel like to be the person you’re focusing on. Feel it in your body, mind, heart… Take on the cloak of their experience as you so perceive it.
  4. Ignite your power to reach out to the source of love and power, and ask to be healed. Ask for the help that you need (as the person). But remember, this still is your projection of the person because you don’t actually know what that person is experiencing.
  5.  When that occurs, there is a resonance with this person. That resonance is like an invitation to her to also have some of that love and power and healing. And then it’s up to her free will whether she will participate in that.
  6. It might not be that person who actually picks up on it. It gives an open invitation to anyone who resonates with that type of experience. Such an invitation is never wasted for it creates a “form” which can also resonate with others.
  7. It will also help to heal those parts of yourself that are also feeling those things. For we all share in the experience of the group that we are part of.

Helping Others, An Invitation to Heal 

Could we have another question? (Another question is asked)

What we are hearing as a question, and you can tell us if this is correct, is when you see somebody who is having what feels like a very challenging situation — and probably is, but this is always from a perspective, of course — “What is the best way to be supportive and helpful?” Is that correct?

We would say this is a universal question. In this particular case, this is a particular person, but this is something which each one of you has asked yourself at different points, as there are those that you come into contact with and you ask yourself, “How can I help? What is the right thing to do? What should we do?”

So before we answer it, just asking within yourself, “How can one best know how to best respond?” Allowing the wisest part of yourself to write an answer to this, and then we will also share with you. (Pause)

Okay. Now we would encourage you to continue writing any ideas that come into your mind as we speak. And to also take what we say as yet one more perspective — only equal to that which you have yourself (not lording it over anything that might come to you). For you have this knowledge within your very self also, and it is for each person to be individual in their way of inner dialogue in such cases, okay?

WHAT PERSPECTIVE ARE YOU HOLDING?

First of all, we are great lovers of truth and we feel that a bit of investigation into what the perspective is that you are holding, what that is… so articulate what your view is, what your perspective of this is.

So for example, you could think, “This poor woman has been having these difficulties and she hasn’t asked for help. I wish that she would have asked for help, and I would like to be able to know what to do now.” Okay?

So these are all statements that are true to you. Yes? You understand the idea?

Because it is worthwhile knowing where you are coming from because remember, each one of us is just simply looking through our own little lens. Another lens could be very different. But it is very easy to assume that our lens is The Lens, and that, “Everybody else should see it the way we see it. If not, they are just misguided and blind.”

So it is worthwhile to write out, or somehow state, what it is that you are believing at this point.

REMIND YOURSELF THIS IS JUST YOUR PERSPECTIVE
(NOT EVALUATING WHETHER RIGHT OR WRONG)

Once you have that, then looking at the statements and reminding yourself that this is your perspective. This is not evaluating whether it’s right or wrong. This is seeing that it’s a perspective.

And that perspective is brought about from your own experiences, so there is always a “projection” (as this psychological term), there is always a certain amount of projection that will be included in that. Good to know that that is happening, yes? Are you following us here? Does this make sense? (Yes) Okay.

So this is our first suggestion.

PERSONALIZE IT. BECOME YOUR PERCEPTION OF THAT PERSON.

The second suggestion is to thoroughly personalize it.

You are that person. This is still your imagining, of course, but you imagine what it must feel like to be the person you’re focusing on and all these kinds of things: feel it in your body, feel it in your mind, feel it in your heart… What you have done then — it’s like walking a mile in someone else’s moccasins or something of this sort — you take on the cloak of their experience as you so perceive it.

IGNITE YOUR POWER AND RECEPTIVITY. ASK TO BE HEALED.

And then, from that place, ignite your power to reach out to the source of love and power, and ask to be healed. Ask for the help that you need (as the person). But remember, this still is your projection of the person because you don’t actually know what that person is experiencing. But you’re doing your best in your own way. You ask for the help and the healing.

AN ASPECT OF YOU HAS BECOME INVOLVED IN IT and CAN RECEIVE THE HEALING

Now what this can do is that there is an aspect of yourself which has become involved in their drama (we don’t mean that in a negative way, but that it is a drama). By asking to have that healed and asking for that help of the love and power that is available, that part of yourself can receive that healing.

THE RESONANCE OF YOUR HEALING IS AN INVITATION TO THE OTHER

When that occurs, there is a resonance with this neighbor, for instance, and that resonance with that neighbor is like an invitation to her to also have some of that love and power and healing. And then it’s up to her free will whether she will participate in that.

But you have done your part in making the invitation available, and an invitation like that is never wasted for it creates a “form” (so to speak), which also can resonate with others.

It might not be your neighbor that actually picks up on it. It might be somebody you walk next to in the grocery store. But the fact that you have done your process with it, it gives an open invitation to anyone who resonates with that type of experience.

PARTS OF YOURSELF ARE ALSO HEALED

And it will also help to heal those parts of yourself that are also feeling those things. For we all share in the experience of the group that we are part of.

Does this is give you an idea?

(Yes, I had felt some of that feeling and that love, but I felt guilty because I wanted all the energy to go to her, but I was having a healing so it confused me.)

Well, now you have your answer then, right? It is to absorb that healing and become it. And that will be the invitation to her.

If you refuse it, then guess what? It doesn’t get to have that opportunity.

Good. And blessings to you, sweetheart.


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