Discovering our virtues through the patterns in our lives.

To change a pattern is to discover the virtues you are gaining and learning from these experiences.

It is very clear to me I have been gaining the virtues of “Altruism” and “Benevolence” and even more so since the very beginning of 2017; now that I understand that and I am clear on this pattern I can use the Thetahealing® technique to heal and resolve this for me through the creator of all that is and to be a witness as it is done so.

The opposite of altruism is meanness and the opposite of benevolence is meanness, harshness and cruelty. I have dealt with this in all aspects of all my relationships this year and most of my life.

Altruism is the concern for other people. It is a traditional virtue and a core aspect of many religions. It is also defined as someone preforming an action at a cost to themselves and that the benefits are for a third-party individual without compensation or expectation of reciprocity for their action.

As I review the above definition I can see how this is my virtue and has been one of my stories in this lifetime. Things and choices where made when I was 16-18 years old that I never could change and even back then I saw this as a form of altruism but didn’t understand how to resolve it in my life journey. I knew my choices was for the betterment of another even though I suffered and then I stepped into self-punishment soon after for the next 10 years because of that choice and no reward for my actions and choices to put another’s life before mine.

How do I know it is a virtue of altruism? Then and now I choose to stand back for their best, for their welfare and peace but not mine. I am willing to be in emotional and even physical pain of and to suffer for them so that they can have enhancement their life.

Benevolence is an act of kindness, a generous gift. I have seen both, been exposed to both sides of the coin of this virtue. I have had so much meanness, cruelty and harness sent my way the first half of this year. The more I began to set up boundaries the more of this came at me until I became angry at the treatment I was receiving and I stopped it and walked away. Then more of it came at me and I listened to this with benevolence and it touched me and my heart.

Yes, it hurt, it hurt very badly but I took the road of altruism because that seems to be the virtue I am and having been working on gaining. Honestly, I feel I have mastered this virtue and have gain a new energetic perspective on my suffering,

I no longer want to have these negative experiences of the opposites of these two virtues, I am willing to heal and resolve these lessons, so that the lessons can evolve and integrate these virtues into my being into my soul. It was only a couple of weeks ago I ask the creator to download me with the virtue of kindness and wonder and I heard I needed both so it was given to me and a lot of it is what I was told.

I am lucky to have had someone who has shown me and offered me kindness throughout the past 30 years even though at times I didn’t feel as if I deserved it or even wanted it but it was always there for me to have, to feel and to experience. Now that I asked for the virtue of kindness and it was given to me I can now see these two virtues that was not in my awareness until now.

This is what it means to go into the layers of our healing and why we have layers to heal. The wounds are deep and from a very long ago and we have since brought in many people and circumstances to reconfirm and reinforce these layers that we are here to heal which allows us to grow spirituality.

Now that I am aware of the lessons, these virtues my soul has been working so hard for me to obtain I can heal, resolve and integrate on all levels throughout all time and space. Within in days I will begin to see a shift of attitudes in others and myself, I will notice people shifting in and out of my life as things begin to rearrange in my life. I will watch and witness this in awe and wonder as my life because more of what I want and less of what I do not want.

Mystic Pam Jackson.

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Barriers to Healing

5003021Healing is more than just about maintaining a positive state of physical wellness. Healing encompasses the four major forces that comprise our existence: physical, emotional, mental and spiritual. If one or more of these areas is not functioning optimally, then we are in need of healing to bring those forces back into balance. We can be physically healthy but if our relationships with others are rife with conflict, we are in need of healing. Conversely, we can be physically compromised in some way, but if we have accepted that state and embraced a new way of living, we can consider ourselves to be healing because we are not rejecting what is physically not “working” but rather, seeing it as an integral aspect of what makes us who we are.

Still here, still healing

Ram Dass, in his book, Still Here, speaks with honesty and grace about experiencing, rejecting and then eventually coming to terms with his physical limitations following a stroke. A well-respected spiritual teacher, he traveled the world giving talks and doing workshops, and was an avid golf player. He talks about the effect that the stroke had on him and how he eventually made the shift towards a state of healing by accepting that his life had fundamentally changed and resisting the temptation to manifest his symptoms within his identity:

“After any major physical “insult,” as they call it, it’s all too easy to see yourself as a collection of symptoms rather than as a total human being, including your spirit – and thus to become your illness…Healing is not the same as curing, after all; healing does not mean going back to the way things were before, but rather allowing what is now to move us closer to God.”

Barriers to healing

Why is it that we sometimes don’t heal as we should? How does a simple injury or illness suddenly rage out of control, spinning off new chronic conditions and wearing down the body? Why do some people, after going through a difficult phase in their life, have trouble moving forward?

Sometimes we don’t heal because medicine or counseling can only treat one aspect of the problem we’re experiencing. People who are chronically sick may need to make lifestyle changes – dietary modifications, some form of exercise, stress reduction techniques or set healthy boundaries in their relationships with others – in order to see a major shift in their overall quality of their health.

People who have experienced trauma often continue to manifest symptoms in their bodies long after the event occurred because on an emotional or spiritual level, the wound is still raw. A study published in the January 2009 issue of Archives of General Psychiatry has shown that children who were traumatized by some form of physical or emotional abuse are more likely to develop chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) as adults. There may be other reasons adults develop CFS, including environmental triggers or an inflammatory response that went haywire (again, also traumas of their own) but it’s important to note that unresolved deep traumas do continue to play out in our lives long after the event has passed. Even if we do acknowledge those traumas, we may not have fully integrated the experience so that deep healing can occur. Depending on the nature of the trauma, it can take time, commitment and one or more approaches to facilitate the healing process.

Sometimes people do not heal because they are resistant in some way. Either they have received so much negative reinforcement about being sick in the form of attention – from doctors, family or other caregivers – that they have trouble letting go psychologically of their identity as a “sick” person. Other reasons people do not heal is because on some level, they don’t believe they are worthy of being well. If they suffer from low self-esteem or were made to feel at some point in their life that they do not deserve to be happy or have good things happen to them, it can be difficult to let go of negative mental conditioning that allows illness to manifest and take residence. These are not “bad” or “messed-up” people. They have just been conditioned for a long time to believe and integrate their experiences in these ways, and healing cannot begin to occur until they recognize those patterns and process them differently.

Mystic Pam Jackson