Discussion Board > Meaning of Pain

Coly, there is much appreciation in my heart for last night's call, for M's courage and for the personal work that I was able to do, along with M. and your facilitation/explanations. Near the end of the call, you explained "pain" and the meaning of pain, I believe.....and because of the goodness still lingering/personal processing, I did not "get it." Could you please address for all of us, thank you, Amy

October 11, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterAmy

Thank you for your post....'meaning of pain.'
“A newly created soul is a spark of the Divine. They have life, but they have not yet earned wisdom. Each Human Being can only strengthen their soul and develop wisdom through experience in physical life and physical form. They must first separate from the Oneness that is the Divine Creator (God) so they learn to re-connect. The greater the disconnection and life experiences of the soul, the greater the strengthening of that soul and the more a soul will, in time, gain the wisdom to truly be of service to the One.” From: “ Sunshine Before The Dawn” by Judy Satori
The soul's choice to experience what 'physical life' feels like so it can
"..truly be of service to the One" is an act of courage. Embodiment in "physical form" is what the soul desires so it can learn how to reconnect with the One, and heal the original pain of disconnection / separation from the Divine Love that created it.
Pain is the 'spicy' ingredient in the Jambalaya of life, needed for the Soul's development. It is a catalyst for change and an essential experience which helps our soul develop strength and cultivate wisdom. The well practiced habit of avoiding our pain does not heal it, or make it go away.
The 'wisdom of no escape,' is the conscious choice to be with our pain and extend love to it. It is what develops the soul's strength and the wisdom that tells us nothing in life can be lifted up, conquered, or healed by running away from it.
Whenever pain arises it means we are being gifted with the opportunity to heal it.

October 12, 2013 | Unregistered Commentercoly

I loved reading that and hearing it all over again Coly. Thanks. Yes, pain is my messenger letting me know that there is something that needs to be healed and by being given chances to heal those parts, I draw closer and closer to "The One/The Source" . It's like, without sadness, one cannot know happiness. Without negative, one cannot know positive. Without pain, one cannot know love. You cannot heal what you don't want to feel. As I start to work my Voice Dialogue skills again, I view "pain" differently. From a higher place. More objective. And I see pain as a gift rather than as punishment.

October 13, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterMegan