received by Parvati Rosen-Bizberg
October 6, 2019 On Capacity for Compassion
Yes, yes. The capacity for compassion is what marks one’s character. If one is only able
to see from his/her own point of view, that capacity for compassion becomes limited. One
has one’s natural inclinations. Add to that, societal mores, familial moral standards, and
the opinions of others—and one’s opinion-based foundation is created, cemented by
one’s own fears and anxieties.
As one begins to evolve, this crusty foundation begins to crumble and one’s true essence
rises to the top. The unique individual one is becomes intermeshed with one’s highest
potential to SERVE and act as a vessel for the upliftment and evolution of others.
As one’s opinions are released, the dogma is shed, and one’s capacity for compassion
expands. That is when one’s very presence can be like a healing oasis for others seeking
solace in today’s complex, chaotic world.
Then, to continue to SERVE in such capacity becomes one’s vessel or vehicle to transport
one into higher realms of understanding and ultimately into higher consciousness.
Yes, one need not have an aim, for that may often create an expectation. Instead, develop
quietly an intention, based purely upon the willingness to seek the Truth and to reflect that
truth in one’s life.
Not every human being is to teach others, via words, write books, deliver sermons or
create training programs. Some may simply walk through life, carrying within them that
sharpened sense of intuition, enhanced by simple kindness and adherence to Truth. That
human being is often more powerful than the grand, revered teachers of old. One can
simply affect those around one with simplicity and Grace. Those whose hearts are steeped in true compassion do not see it within themselves, even. They simply radiate it.
October 8, 2019 On Overcoming Fear and Discovering Higher Purpose
Yes, yes. We can address the role one’s fears take in one’s life. Each human being has
some level of fear, like a built-in component that does in no way enhance the functioning
of the being. Whether one’s fears are learned, as from childhood traumas, or genetic
transferal, or whether they stem from past lives or are the by-product of one’s cultural
orientation—all humans have some fears.
The healthy organism, mind and body in balance, generally speaking, learns to
compensate for one’s weaknesses and enhance one’s strengths. One is thereby able to
avoid the trap of the fear-laden valley. One acknowledges one’s fears and redirects the
focus to a more positive direction. This is not avoidance, but a coping skill that serves one
well, as one progresses on one’s path in life.
It is when one is not able to manifest healthy coping mechanisms in order to redirect one’s
fears, that one’s fears begin to grow, often multiplying like errant toxic cells, manifesting
ultimately in mental/emotional disorders.
It is at that point where one must begin to look within to finally discover one’s inner
strength, with which one can slowly but surely dismantle the barriers to openly
experiencing life fully.
A gifted healer can assist others in the soul-searching process, though true healers are
hard to find.
No substance, no pill, no drug will suffice to replace going within to uncover and
discover one’s true self and unite with one’s Higher purpose in this life.
Yes, yes. One can postpone it indefinitely, choosing instead to seek momentary solace in
outer distractions, entertainment, and manifestations of ego. However, there will come a
time when the soul reaches its limit of patience with the wayward personality and
begins to call louder, stronger, even if it must manifest a life-threatening illness or
non-negotiable thought form in order to get one’s attention, to redirect it inward.
Best always not to put off for tomorrow what can be done today.
And these are the very times when one’s evolution is being speeded up.
Take heart, dear ones. Go within.
Now is the time.
Here exactly where you are is the place.
Blessings truly abound.