Woods Cross #584
• 1 Heading
o 1.1 Topic: Overcoming Judgmental Nature
o 1.2 Group: Woods Cross TeaM
• 2 Facilitators
o 2.1 Teachers: Abraham & Mary
o 2.2 TR: Nina
• 3 Session
o 3.1 Opening
o 3.2 Lesson
o 3.3 Closing
Topic: Overcoming Judgmental Nature
Group: Woods Cross TeaM
Teachers: Abraham & Mary
I am ABRAHAM. Greetings. I am moved tonight by this evening’s energy. I can see a growing light among you. I appreciate your courage to be real. You are living in an age where it is crucial to have a clear view of reality. There seem to be so many issues in the world that need attention. It is common to become overwhelmed and remain indecisive in your daily living. If we can focus on the simple tasks before us, we can harness our energies to help potentials become actualities.
I am MARY. Greetings to you, friends. It is always a warm, welcoming spirit that dwells here among you. I am in understanding for the most part of what Abraham speaks of. The ministry at large seems to create an anxiety amongst the participants in the healing. There is so much good we can do by allowing a continuous self-correction. In our state of becoming, we will personally be our own greatest task. You are each aware that spirit helpers align experiences among mortals that create growth. We are each a reflection of one another in some way.
I am taken back to a personal experience with one of my sisters. She was seemingly always set before me as a stumbling block. Daily communication with her seemed to be futile, for she was in constant need of energy. Being a few years younger than I was, I made effort to give her the patience and understanding I so needed for myself at that time of life. The Master had given us many tasks together. Every time I realized I would be sent out with her again I would be discouraged because she was somewhat of a fluttering butterfly, while I was made to do the less glamorous tasks.
There was a time we were ministering to an elderly gentleman, who needed clean bandages and as I cleaned his wounds and made preparations for new bandages, my sister engaged him in story-telling and this brought great joy to each one of them. I chose to be irritated and think of myself as the true hero, who was willing to roll up her sleeves to aid the sick and downtrodden.
Each day I spent with my youthful sister I was made aware of new things. Her liberty in living made me find balance in my conservative ways. I believe she learned to take responsibility a bit more seriously. It was obvious as a team–I brought comfort to the body while she ministered to the mind. This young woman reflected to me some characteristics I wanted for myself. In viewing her irresponsibility, I learned how judgmental I could be. Instead of fairly communicating with her my needs to have her help, I chose to be petty and downplay her importance, while harboring such spirit poisons.
Over the years Sylvina and I became quite close. We could come face to face in anger and work through our differences. We could practically read each other’s minds. This woman, who appeared to be a stumbling block in my spiritual path, ended up being a wonderful teacher to me. The Master knew us both and what we needed. He set us up for growth. I am grateful to have had such individuals as Sylvina in my mortal life. What an excellent help to me now in this life.
The Master sets us up to learn together, to gain growth. Let us be aware of our judgment and anger in the midst of common issues. What can help to ease our angst toward our fellows? What spiritual poisons begin to take on the sweetness of spiritual fruit? It was an enjoyable meeting last week speaking with you. I look forward to more close discussion with you each, for now I shall take my leave, as will our mentor and friend, Abraham. We send you with our love. Until next week, shalom.