After all, we are ALL ONE
and what we do to others,
we do to ourselves.
Whether it’s a close/
a total stranger on
the street, a business
situation or another
human living clear across
the planet in some totally
different culture – what
makes you think their
needs, desires and rights
are any less important
than your own?
Even how we are ABOUT MONEY (gold) - how we
value, judge and operate around the whole issue
of material possessions, our own sense of physi-
cal security, in relationship to others - affects our
own results and comes back to us in kind. Whatev-
er we don’t understand, won’t tolerate and sepa-
rate from others about – is perhaps the next lesson
we’re given. I believe this is the case with a woman
who stopped speaking to a relative who had not
been able to pay back a personal debt, due to loss
of employment and many emergency expenses.
The intolerant one has been struggling with unem-
ployment and has had to do a lot of financial jug-
gling - sometimes on a day-to-day survival basis,
with late payments on her own obligations - for the
last two years. She has become much more com-
passionate about that issue and has resumed the
relationship with a new view.
Recently, I was contacted by a woman who has se-
vere scars from an accident. She’s tried everything
to get them healed and wondered if the intradi-
mensional healing work I do might be effective. I
very much wanted to help if I could and wasn’t sure
exactly in what manner. I contacted my guides
and was told that yes, the healing techniques
would work; however this woman had drawn this
to herself over a lifetime of judging and demean-
ing others with deformities, anyone not perfect in
her opinion. In this particular case, the healing will
come when she heals that “intolerant, unaccept-
ing” part of herself that has separated her from the
true beauty and perfection in others.
In another case, a man who had been very harshly
judgmental of any handicapped or disabled per-
sons (including one of his stepdaughters) AND very
domineering, impatient and violent with his family
– was in a serious accident. NOW, he relies on his
caretakers for every bite of food, all daily essentials
and even needs their help to use the bathroom.
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Joy Rae Freeman is a master healer, soul coach,
workshop/retreat producer, writer, speaker.
“mothership” website www.joy2u.org (with
links to satellite sites)