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There is still one more thing you have yet to discover about pain. Part 3. This is the part that is simply rooted in your consciousness. Do you identify with pain? Do you call it by your own name? Do you give it a home in your mind? Do you share your bed with it? It is helpful when you remember that pain is not a part of who you truly are? It’s not an element of your essence. Pain is a lie and is always just an illusory experience. Pain can come and go. It’s an entity all unto itself. It’s a perspective. A state of being. It’s not you and it’s not a part of you. You can be friends with pain for a very long time. Letting it tag along with you everywhere that you go for years and you can make a clean separation at any time. You can choose to end your relationship with pain at any time, no matter the history. You are in charge. Did you forget that? Have you been letting pain take over you life? Playing hide and seek? Running from the pain you are so badly wanting to overcome and never succeeding….
Where is your consciousness? Your awareness to your ability to make choices? When you can recognize that pain is an entity unto itself that needs your cooperation in order to exist, consciousness cannot be far. Give pain a name. Call it Bob, or Red. The point is to recognize it as something that is outside of yourself. Something that is not you. Something that is not attached to you. Something that comes and goes. Something that you can allow to pass by you. Something you can witness. Something that you can make a choice to associate with, to feed or to starve.
Pain is just pain. It doesn’t have power, only you can give it that. Pain doesn’t have a place, only you can give it that. Pain doesn’t have any ideas, only you can give it that. So, you see, just like any friend or acquaintance, you can choose to associate with it or not. You can choose to feed it with your thought and energy or not.
Love the one who is in pain
Pain isn’t what is important here. The one who is important in this equation is you. When you are in pain, what are you telling yourself? Are you telling yourself that it is ok to be in pain, or are you bar-rating yourself about it? Are you telling yourself that it happens sometimes and it’s ok? That is what you are being asked to do. Be your own best friend. Stand strong by your own side and instead of fighting against the pain, let it be. Stop fighting it. Be ok with it and tell yourself that if you are choosing to be in pain that it’s ok. Some of you say that you do not choose pain, but it’s as if pain chooses you. On some level. it is always a choice, so that is why alternative focuses of thought are being offered here.
Don’t fight the pain…
…Love the one who is in pain. tell yourself that you are ok no matter how you decide to show up. Be ok with being in pain. Be ok with it. Paradoxically, this will soothe the pain. Maybe not all of it at once, but it will open the door to freedom. It will get you going in a direction that is self loving and that is where all possibilities live. When you feel bad about yourself because of your pain, it is like compounding more pain ontop of the already existing pain. It does you no good. Self degradation and judgement are not self-loving actions and will not help you solve this problem of pain, but will only make it worse. Self-realization and self-acceptance are like the light that begins to light the way for the truth and beauty of you to be seen. Let the light shine. See pain for what it is. An entity unto itself. A homeless thought form that has no home, no motivation, no place to be, except for that which you give it. You can invalidate pain by validating yourself. Be careful with your thoughts. With what you choose to focus on. Be blind to those things that you know bother you and fill your head with other things. Pain needs food to live. Don’t give it any.
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