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Susan Fairley, April 2015

Quite energetically "sparky" out there this year isn't it? So, what's new – maybe not new - actually a bit more than that, eh? 

The old chestnuts seem to be coming back and:

·       night sweats

·       palpitations

·       lethargy

·       body pains

·       anger

·       depression 

are all fairly high on the list.

We are none of us immune are we? It is at times like this that I am reminded of the late Vicky Wall's advice (creator of Aura-Soma), “keep trimming your wicks!" - which seems to say it all.

In no particular order, here are a few suggestions to dowse over and clear:

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Susan Fairley - Judge Not - Lest Ye be Judged

Susan Fairley from Deal, Kent has been a student of the Ancient Wisdom for 30 years.   She would be very interested in others' views and interpretation of what she has written. 

Judge Not - Lest Ye be Judged
How often have we heard that phrase? - or even been admonished by it?
So what does it really mean? - the following is my personal interpretation: maybe others will feel differently.
I suspect it is an invitation to look more deeply into the person involved.  To go beyond their Personality and into their Essence, their Soul.
By this I infer acceptance that we are made of two parts - the eternal soul essence that has come from Source and incarnates in different circumstances to grow by experience, and the personality which is the result of the combination of the DNA and RNA patterns of the father and mother.
Depending on what the soul wishes to experience so the most appropriate parents and circumstances are chosen.  The Being then manifests those traits in the world and this is the Person we see and know.
So where does "judge not lest ye be judged?" come into this scenario?
To me - and this is my view for which I accept responsibility for any inaccuracies - it means that when somebody clearly behaves badly we ARE entitled to say so, we are entitled to indicate the error and suggest appropriate remediation - whether that be in a domestic, social, work or legal framework.
Why is that allowable? - because this is what the personality wants. This is it's life lesson working out: this is the harvesting of the soul experience it incarnated for.  If we are too liberal we deny it that opportunity - if we fail to manifest wisdom and compassion (the most evolved form of love) we make the lesson unnecessarily hard.
Compassion (and wisdom) are integral parts of judgmentalism.
Compassion enables us to see beyond the personality and into the soul.  To acknowledge it - to have love for it, and it's divine spark within.  To realise that what is within may be diametrically opposite to that which is without, and feel compassion for the soul agony this incurs.
It is also to realise that in past lives, in this life or in future lives we too could be in the same situation.  Have compassion for this Being as you would have hoped they would have shown/will show to you.
This is wisdom coming into action, enabling us to see things at a deeper level.  It gives us feet on earth and head in heaven - surely a more balanced way to be?
So does this cover all situations?
I don't think so.  What about Changelings? - those souls we are told who become deflected off their path in the Incarnational-rush and enter the wrong body?  What about those involved in wars and disasters? - can they really all have chosen to be there and then?
What of the Lightworkers and highly evolved beings being currently birthed on Earth?  Theirs are individually unique combinations of service/desire to experience or just pure service. For them we still need time and experience to be able to recognise their true situations.
Susan Fairley
24 April 2009

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