mountain tops - PTH is like climbing a mountain until you see the light

The Path to Healing

Teachings - The Will

The Teacher would refer to this experience as challenge; challenge to determine if the student sees the lesson clearly, challenge to see if the student is willing to abort field connection and to be different this time. Many opportunities are provided to the student to see that the self’s focus is indeed misfocused, drawn to that which is unimportant for the student who walks the path to healing. I am Osiris. I provide lessons to my students to determine if the will is indeed that which is needed, to determine if the student is capable of recognizing the lesson or if the ego will be indulged once again.

It is to recognize that suffering is provided to one who seeks to strengthen the will. Prolonged suffering is provided to one who has failed to maintain the mental capacity in previous lifetimes; prolonged suffering causes the mind to shatter, unless the strength of will has been seeded and then watered through numerous lifetimes. Testing of the student is extraordinary; those students who are weak of mind, weak of will, weak emotionally, weak physically, will not survive the testing provided. It is to recognize that you and your sister, Te' Auna, suffered similar experience within childhood; each damaged – Te' Auna mentally and emotionally battered for many years, yourself, physically battered in order to break you mentally, in order to break your spirit, but the spirit had been nurtured, had been strengthened, had been watered through many, many lifetimes. It was not possible for you to be broken so much planning had gone into this testing for you, my sister. It is now time for you to lie down the baton for battle, to see the self as strengthened mentally, emotionally and physically, so that the plan for the self can begin to unfold, once the self has learned all lessons and released the burden of the lesson plan permanently.

Attempting to compare the self to another based upon the other’s experience is rarely appropriate for one who walks the path to healing. It is difficult for the student to understand the journey; it is far more difficult for the student to understand the journey when comparing the self to one who has yet to awaken, who has yet to dedicate or commit the self to this journey. The student is presented with many challenges by the Teacher; the student that determines that the Teacher is seeking something from the self inappropriately is one who shall decide that the path is not quite worn enough for the self to tread forth, that the self has not cleared the way for the self to walk this path any farther.

It is important for the student that has committed the self to the Teacher to recall the commitment made, to ask, “Why was this commitment sought from myself? Have I benefitted from this commitment or have I suffered detriment? Has this request strengthened my will? Has it brought forth lesson so that I may learn?” The Teacher never requests that the student perform or submit to any thing without great purpose. It is important for the student to make this recognition. The probationary path is long and arduous indeed, prior to the presence of the inner Teacher becoming truly known to the self. Much is requested of the student; those students that are willing to see the self are those that proceed forth.

It has been my honor to join you this day for the sharing of wisdom. I am Kuthumi.