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In each upsetting experience, there is something for us to learn that helps us grow and become a wiser, more compassionate person. If we think things shouldn’t have happened then we don’t forgive, we prevent ourselves from harvesting the learning encoded into our experiences. When we refuse to learn, we’re doomed to repeat the painful experiences until we become willing to release our judgments. At this point, we can learn from them.
This is the sweet release of A Course in Miracles Lesson 25:
“I don’t know what anything is for.”
Until we release our limited and painful perspective from the vantage point of believing in separation, we cannot see in all directions of time and space, and have the view and vision of the Holy Spirit. Until we can see with the vision of the Holy Spirit, we don’t know what anything is for. Isn’t it just arrogance to think that we know when so clearly we do not?
As long as we are deluded into thinking we know what things are for, and who is bad and who is good, who is right and who is wrong, we are not interested in the truth that sets us free. When we need to be right about our interpretations, then we are doomed to keep repeating the same errors again and again.
It’s so much easier to say, “I don’t know what anything is for.” It’s for my learning, and that’s what I’m interested in. The Holy Spirit will guide and direct me, and in the meantime, I can simply be grateful for my willingness to be free and to choose Freedom.
My Finding Freedom Bootcamp is about to begin for the last time this year. In Finding Freedom, we’re devoted to clearing the way to hear intuition, insight, Divine Guidance, and inspiration more clearly than ever before. It’s the VERY best gift we can give to ourselves. And it requires that we give up the judgments that block our intuition. This is the practice that allows us to expand into a life of perfect Love!
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