What We Learn From People Who Do Bad Things

Posted March 25th, 2015 by lexa and filed in Guided Writings
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I have had clients and friends talk about people in their lives who did bad things to them and they feel like victims. What I continue to see in readings is that the people who we did bad things, actually taught us a lot. That maybe we are not victims, but that we signed up to learn lessons from these people and they loved us enough to be able to follow through with the things we agreed upon before taking our human bodies. I know for me that the tough experiences I went through in my childhood enabled me to be able to leave my body and have a much stronger connection to spirit than if I would have been present. I know that I have learned a lot of things I do not want to do, seen many ways I do not want to behave. If I had not had examples in front of me to show me how not to be, I might have become that way. Sometimes, we need to see what not to do, so that we won’t do it.

Who do you feel has wronged you? If you can pull back at look to see what you learned from the experience, the good that came out of it, could you forgive a little easier? If you look at that person who wronged you as a teacher instead of an assailant could you forgive a little easier? How good would it feel to know that you are not a victim, but right smack dab in the middle of your path learning what you need to learn? Take a moment to view your “bad” experiences from a different angle, and see how easy it is to make peace with them.