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The Path to Healing

Teachings - Compassion

It is my goal to draw forth from within each of you that which is known, that which has been known, that which has been earned in previous lifetimes – whether positive or negative; this is referred to as karma. As has been previously stated, karma can also be positive and the student need be focused upon the positive nature of all that is drawn forth, for even that which is darkness – that which is regarded as negative, that which when observed closely shows inarguably that the behavior will prohibit the pursuit of the self’s divinity – even these behaviors can be viewed positively, for the self has now experienced and the self can relate to another who experiences similarly. The student who stands aside from others and is shocked at the behavior of another is one who has not yet experienced fully the behavior that has shocked the self; compassion is often absent for one who has offended. It is this individual that often holds within the past similar experience, yet the memory has not yet been released to the self; the inner Teacher will determine when this information is provided. It is to recognize that those who are unable to embrace, to accept the self – when the self is honest, forthright, willing to share all that the self has experienced – the individual that cannot embrace you is one that has yet to experience what the self has …consciously; for the bulk of humanity has experienced all things – equally, the bulk of humanity remains blind to most of what the self has experienced.

It is important for all to learn from each other; to take the lessons of another and to turn them upon the self to determine “Does this lesson lie in my future? Is this a part of that which has yet to be uncovered for myself?” - or is true compassion felt for the other, indicating that the lesson has been learned by the self in the current lifetime.

The character is indeed the assistant; the character is indeed the physical manifestation of that which lies within the self, the mental and the emotional attitudes, finely drawn for all to see, other individuals drawn to the self with similar character so that the self can be irritated, frustrated, angry or sorrowful time after time after time, until the self has been seen. Only once the self has been seen and the character deconstruction begun can the self shake the head with chagrin, with the smile upon the face and state, “That was myself not so terribly long ago.” It is the compassion that is then brought forth and the sharing, the potential for sharing with another, that eases the shift, the change for another, if the other is prepared to do so. It is important for each student to share openly and freely with another whenever opportunity is presented to the self to do so, for exposure of a character must oftentimes be done many, many, many times before the self embraces its presence. It is therefore the duty of all who meet with a character that has been exposed for the self that learn/teach is employed to aid the other. There are subtle ways of teaching another – it is for the self to determine that which is most appropriate without intruding, without infringing upon another’s choice and free will. Am I understood?

Sol: Yes, I understand. Is it appropriate for you to give us some examples of how to teach?

It is for the self to be open-hearted, to simply ask the question in the moment, “What is most appropriate for me to share with this individual at this time?” If the answer is forthcoming, employ it. If there is no answer then the self has received answer indeed - that the self cannot aid the other at this time.

Willingness to confront the character is the first step once exposure has been achieved. It is for the self to embrace that myriad characters are employed by the self in order to eliminate challenge.

Te' Auna has asked the question – in response to my admonishment not to think while I am teaching – the question was, “Why not?” She stated that she finds it impossible not to think about my words; this is the problem for most students - the mind is primary, all focus placed upon logic. It is the rare student that invites the heart in, placing it prior to the mind. How does the student think with the heart? By asking the heart to become primary, by focusing upon the heart at all times, to feel the response of the self when teaching is provided.

I am Osiris. It is important to recognize that when I am present the words can be heard with the heart, for I am love unconditional - love in its most pure state, love that opens the hearts and nourishes all bodies. If the student listening to my words consciously opens the heart and focuses upon the heart, my energies are then welcomed inside to aid in dislodging those energies that prohibit the heart from remaining open at all times. Feeling the heart is oftentimes painful when the student first begins to recognize its presence. The typical student has boarded up the heart decades prior, telling the self that the self indeed has access to the heart for emotion is experienced, failing to recognize that it is the highs and the lows of emotion that are experienced, not happiness - that which can be felt in the heart at all times by the student who decides to unhamper the heart’s participation in all things. There are few in comparison to the total population upon the planet at this time that can say that they are thoroughly happy, joyous, enjoy their life and look forward to each day, experiencing each day fully, drawing forth all that which is positive, reminding the self that there is nothing that is experienced that is truly negative. To feel all things with the heart is a truly joyous experience, for even that which is sorrow-filled teaches one to cultivate the field of compassion for others who suffer similarly. One who is compassionate shall never lack for the salve needed for the self when sorrow is experienced, for compassion is indeed a beacon that speaks to the heart of all that the self encounters.

True compassion does not remove the pain for another, does not seek to remove the pain that is being suffered by another; true compassion understands that the suffering is necessary, that in order to learn the self need feel - the feeling is cultivated by suffering. I ask that each of you practice compassion with each other; to begin to understand that each is desirous of compassion, to stop and think for the self, “what would I desire most in this moment…what words would best soothe myself?” – these are the words that need be drawn forth for another.

The self is focused upon the self. The self seeks understanding, compassion from those around the self, yet is unwilling or unable to provide the same when the self feels pressured, when the self feels overwhelmed, when the self is provided with more than the self feels capable of addressing; yet, the self still seeks the support of others – the compassion, the understanding of others.