In the Marconic energy classes, we talk a lot about misplaced compassion, detachment, and observation. These are extremely important lessons for Light Workers and those on the ascension path, especially as you look around and see all that is happening in the world.
Recently, while sitting near the ocean in Marco Island, I was given a great example of these lessons. The group I was with had lunch served to us on the beach. Seagulls swarmed the area, waiting for their moment to feast on our leftovers. I watched as one found a meaty morsel, and was immediately pounced upon by four other seagulls in a effort to steal that which he worked so hard to find. The defending bird seemed to fly in many directions all at once in an attempt to shake off the other gulls. Eventually, only one aggressive gull remained, and he seemed to be twice the size of his adversary.
The two put up quite a struggle, and I had a moment of pity for the defending seagull. I felt as if he was being bullied and attacked. I was definitely projecting my own moments in life on this bird, when I felt picked on by others. I wanted to go help this bird, and shoo away the bigger bully. And then I had a moment of clarity and realized that the defending seagull was the same species as those greedy attacking birds. He too would be trying to steal food from another seagull, or from any species of animal he thought he could steal from. He did not feel as if he was being picked on, nor did he feel as if he was a bully when he was clever enough to steal something away from another bird. They were all just being that which they are. Birds will be birds.
Let that sink in for a moment. They were all just being that which they are. There is no reason for me to step in and defend this bird or help it. To do so would be misplaced compassion. I was just the observer, detached from the outcome. Being detached from the outcome means not being emotionally effected by whether that bird got to enjoy his hard fought for meal, or if another ate that day. This was their interaction, not mine. But as the observer, I was able to pay attention to the thoughts, feelings, and instincts that arose within me, and learn from it.
Now, had I seen two little boys attacking the bird and trying the tear it's wings off purely for their own delight, I would have stepped in to free the bird. You see, as a Light Worker, you must learn discernment. I see two birds fighting over food, they are playing the only role they know. I see two boys hurting an animal, I step in as the destroyer/protector. When I see two nations attempt to destroy each other, I watch with detachment as they play out their roles.
But let's go one step further. What about the friend or family member who's life seems to be falling down around them? It is not your job to be their savior! By trying to help them "fix" the problem, you may be depriving them of their own experience and opportunity to grow and learn. After all, they created that reality so they could learn, although to others and themselves it may seemed to have "happened to them". The lesson will just have to play out all over again until they learn it for themselves and others stop stepping in to correct it for them.
As humans, we are capable of immense compassion and love. That compassion can be used to manipulate us. Or our misplaced compassion could stunt another's growth. Discernment is key; knowing when to be the observer, and when to be the warrior. It is important not to project your own experiences or feelings into another's situation. Know that much of what we do is all part of roles we were contracted to play out in others life’s to clear karma for them or ourselves, or trigger someone's learning through experience.
You can learn about this and much more in a Marconic energy class. Use this link to find an upcoming class in your area: https://www.marconics.com/marconics_level_i_classes.html
Written By: Elizabeth DiPace means Peace
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