March 31, 2011
Djwhal Khul here. Tashi Delek.
Alright dear ones. Today’s topic coincides with the current configurations that we are going through astrologically. They deal with certain planets causing different patterns to surface within the consciousness. Perhaps the one that I want to speak to the most is “victim”.
Victim consciousness is much higher right now upon the planet than it has been for quite some time. Things like “I lost my home to an earthquake” or “I lost my loved one in a tsunami” or “I lost my Mother in a rebellion against a bad regime,” etc.
So you have lots of victim consciousness coming up even in areas where really maybe it’s a land of opportunity, or that perhaps you yourself, rather prosperous and healthy, somewhere the victim consciousness is coming up. It’s naturally being flushed out from within at this point in time.
So one of the things I want to say is that when we indulge in victim consciousness, like it or not, we actually create more victims, at least one more if not many more.
For example, it could be “Poor me, I got a flat tire and then I had barely enough money to get it repaired and then I was late to work so I lost my job.” Then generally speaking that victimizes maybe your family or a landlord or you make the boss the bad guy, or you make the car the bad vehicle or the person who overcharges you the bad person. So victim consciousness creates at least one more victim if not many more. And that is something to consider before indulging in it.
Lightworkers tend to naturally not want to create harm so they sometimes turn that inward and then shame and blame themselves. “Why did I create a flat tire, lack of money and losing my job?” What’s, you know, quote “wrong with me” end quote. There is no reason to go there.
In other words, one masterful way of handling that situation would be “The universe must have provided me with a blessing. My car works now. I can find other employment. I can work for myself. I can do something different. One door closed. Another will open or ten more will open. Now how can I get back up there, you know, get back on the horse, or pull my boot straps up and get going towards a life I want?”
And then to focus on what you do want. “I want to live comfortably. I want to have all my needs met. I want to be able to save money. I want to be able to travel, to maybe a certain destination.” Or “I want to be able to pay for my children’s college” or “I want to be able to take care of my parents as they grow older” or whatever it is that you have that you do want, keep focus positively on the goal and avoid feeling like a victim. Even a victim to, say, taxation. Or a victim to lower salaries or a victim to less benefits. Or any, any kind of victimization. Really look at yourself right now and firmly decide to be a victor and no longer a victim.
Focusing positively on what you do want and then, in that spirit, you literally will create dozens, if not hundreds, of opportunities to come to you to fulfill what you do want.
Alright dear ones. Thank you and my love to you,
Channeled by Rev. Terri Newlon
(Spirituality Article, Transcribed by Micheline Ralet)
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