A Shared Insight from The Seer
I have recently shared a message with my Lightfamily about the purpose of duality and how we need to look at it as a tool that enables individuated life to take place.✴
I would now like to share with you another perspective to cultivate in regards to memory: why the loss of memory is the loss of evolution.
I have often wondered why past populations and civilizations have such a strong insistence that they be remembered by subsequent generations yet to come. Then the answer was finally revealed to me this morning. What we wipe from our memory, creates a karmic repercussion that keeps us on a non-productive treadmill of repetition — never progressing nor learning.
On the other hand, negative and painful memories become burdens that hamper our effortless evolution and enlightenment in the future. (There are a lot of painful memories associated with the demise of races and civilizations.) Why then is there such an insistence that we remember the races of the past?
What we remember about the past, repeats itself. If we have painful memories, the painful circumstances repeat themselves. This is also the case with what memories we repress.
But if we think of the inspiring, joy producing memories of the past, they manifest themselves again as well. Any civilization has achievements that are praiseworthy. If these are remembered, they are reproduced and we can build on them; they can help us achieve even more by drawing on the knowledge and achievements of the past — life can evolve.
To have no memories of past civilizations, or the past experiences of our own lives, means that these experiences have been in vain; as though they never existed. They are lost to us as a growth promoting resource.
To be able to gain from happy and fulfilling past memories, we have to look for the good in them; for the little victories and adventures we've had along the way. If a negative memory looms, immediately find something that it gave as a gift, or change your focus to a happy memory. But never wish it away. Your memories are a treasure trove of glad expectations to come; of happy memories waiting to be repeated.
This is why keeping a journal with positive memories and inspirations is a helpful tool. It assists with deep meaningful living through appreciative awareness
Let us challenge ourselves to make one fulfilling memory that we'd like to repeat, each day.