I had heard you once say that the same action repeated twice could be "right" – an action based on your highest level of perception – one time, and not so another time. Are there times when asking questions are for the right reason whereas not so at other times?
Questions are the steering mechanisms that guide the direction of your life. They are vitally important. I was merely trying to lay the foundation for the understanding that there are no "right" answers, nor "right" questions because both questions and answers have no end, and there is an eternal array of both.✶
I certainly hope that my following question isn't offensive — it is merely for us to learn. But how do you know that your ongoing guidance of your Lightfamily is not the result of an addiction to teach?
I watch the source of my actions mercilessly and refuse to allow or indulge even the slightest dysfunction to determine my actions. Sometimes I can see my folly, but may allow it to continue for a while while I study why it may have arisen. I'll study it only until I have found the impetus for that action.
The example of my teaching when I am retired, has been ruthlessly examined by me. It does not arise from a compunction, but rather from a failure to understand the value of suffering. I know it must have value, or else it would not exist. But to date I have not been able to see you [the Lightfamily] suffer without my trying to alleviate it through providing increased perception.
✶See: A Loop of Mirrors
Question: Does Almine indulge in us (her children) as more special and unique than those that are not her children (humans)? I've noticed that most parents indulge in their children as more special and unique then children that are not their own. Parents who merclessly pampered their children as more special and unique than other children foster in their children a great sense of self-importance, and self-pity. Self-pity being the root of self-importance.
ᛞᚨᚠᛖ ᛈᛁᚾᛖ says
Ever since I started engaging deeply with our dearest Almines teachings and tools self pity has left the building and the access to all this light has indeed contributed to me being toughened up, stronger, more respectful and more honest with myself. I've experienced more hardships but the ego hasn't been driving the bus like it used to, so now it's more swerving oncoming traffic instead of crashing into inanimate objects . Finally giving the dark just as much attention as the light. It's been a challenging hike up the mountain but without a Sherpa I'd probably be dead by now (metaphorically speaking)!
"How to work with this extraordinary map of light that has been given to us? How to be with another in it? We have forgotten so much about what is possible as an original one. We have settled for so little. What we call relationship is nothing, compared to what is possible. We are petrified to suffer and we are petrified to have suffering relieved. So? What's left? We want to get well on our terms. You know the ancient traditions of medicine. If you got the nerve up to go to the door and knock, and say, "please help me". They would say move in! The healer on the edge of town. Because it was understood, that at the mercy of the forces of life, you will stand correctly; you will learn to stand correctly. The worst case scenario from my point of view, as original ones. Is that we become low-grade magicians. Where someone says my shoulder hurts, and we give them an insight, and the pain goes; and we say, walla! We have no idea what we've just done! We have no idea what's happening! We have no deep regard for the rivers of light! That would be my worst case scenario. That we would lose the potency of this tradition. By having quick fixes, and we would end up being like band-aids or aspirin's. This particular protocol causes a tremble in the right way!"
THANK YOU ROGIER FOR ASKING HARD QUESTIONS! 😍😍😍 I much so admire the courage to ask important questions like this, that could been seen socially as intimidating and where many would choose to not ask instead of confronting it.
Also beautiful answer from Almine as always ❤️
This lit up my day.
Loved ❤️ "accepting the fact that suffering has immense value helps alleviate the suffering because insights are more likely to be gained."
If all things are done in innocence, how can there be suffering? If all life has value, what part of it could be considered suffering? It's been a while since any challenges I have gone through or what's happening to others, do I consider it suffering. It's like that perception has gone. Compassion is still there. I always ask what is the role that is being played? What is the purpose? Am I or they being a proxy for something? Do I assist or just observe? I do understand the feeling of a parent (Infinite) concerned for their child (OO) when they are going through something that appears painful and wanting to do something to change it. As Almine has said, if it's in front of me, then there is a part for me to play. Otherwise, I am detached and do not seek it out.
Perhaps, some of us depend too much on all the answers from Almine and create "suffering" to be seen. I am love and so grateful when Almine brings forth deep insights and understanding. Though I want to do this myself more. Isn't that what effortless knowing is? I can see I am not really addressing the question, what is the value of suffering? I suppose it's because I would consider suffering as a choice, so only you can determine its purpose and value. I also see it as a challenge to transcend, a puzzle to put together, a mystery to reveal, though only if it's for me to do. I do understand that Almine brings us the cosmic and greater picture. This is my quest to do also for myself. There can be no failure, only opportunity.
What I would love more from Almine, is to be in her physical presence and play! Thank you for this post. It feels like an opportunity to go deeper into myself.
Loved ❤️ "What I would love more from Almine, is to be in her physical presence and play! Thank you for this post. It feels like an opportunity to go deeper into myself."
LOVED ❤️ " I am love and so grateful when Almine brings forth deep insights and understanding. Though I want to do this myself more."
I respectfully feel inspired to contribute my thoughts on a few points of this comment, I do believe suffering can exist if everything is innocent. I think that suffering is the experience, how somebody observes the situation. I think that it exists just as much as it does not exist, though I appreciate the thought process you have laid out here ❤️, I really do feel it important to highlight the possibility that just because it has value, does not make it unable to be considered suffering. I think that suffering is suffering, because it is the experience of an individual. Two people may go through the exact same thing, to one of them it may be suffering, to the other it may not be, but just because it wasn't suffering for one of those people, would not mean that the suffering was not real for the other. Is there value? Of course. Is it in innocence? Of course. But I kindly do propose a counter opinion that it is still suffering, and for myself personally, I feel it is very important to remember – especially when observing others in their situation – that the suffering is real. I can't honestly say that I could have full compassion and empathy for somebody in their situation, if I did not fully acknowledge that the suffering is just as real as anything else around us. Suffering only becomes a choice when one has grown enough to see another choice, it is not automatically a choice for everyone in every stage of their evolution – and that might just be a part of the way things are supposed to be playing out perhaps. However, even then, if a person were to have a choice, and were to choose the suffering, I would still very much so consider the suffering as being real. With love and respect ❤️.
Ailsa Mclean says
Beloved Almine, you make such a wonderful difference by assisting us during these challenging times. The insights you give us, your love and especially you presence with us on earth, is the most valuable of gifts. THANK YOU. I so appreciate your love. HUG.
There's a huge difference between suffering and pain. A warrior acknowledges his pain, but does not indulge in it. Suffering is purely of the mind and can cause mental breakdowns. Mental breakdowns are for persons who indulge in themselves!
"A warrior cannot complain or regret anything. His life is an endless challenge, and challenges cannot possibly be good or bad. Challenges are simply challenges."
I've learned that being sick, ill, or injured is a very enjoyable experience. But, only if it is not resisted. When I'm sick I get into the "role of being sick" truly embracing it, and start acting like I'm sick. If I have to blow my nose, my gosh! I will blow my nose and make a stage show out of it! (a stage show for myself). I'll get a cane and hobble around like an old man. My inner child loves it when I start playing like an invalid. It's so much fun that before I know it, I'm better and I enjoyed the whole experience.
Failure to understand the value of suffering? Isn't that like saying failure to value the underworld and demons? Personally, I love demons as much as I love angels. A while ago, I'd given Almine a gift. It was an album entitled The Gentle Storm. It had two CDs in it, both of them were the exact same album/music. The only difference was one was labeled the storm version. The strong version was much more heavy metal and the other version was soft and melodic and symphonic! They were both great! Listening to the two different versions added depth and value to the experience.
I appreciate you so much Almine and every message you send our way, I feel more relaxed when I know why something is happening and how we can assist.
Dhani Nallainathan says
Dearest Almine, please, I hope you are not too harsh on yourself regarding your ruthlessness with your self. I am finding real joy and excitement these days in my personal alchemical work of purification. As I discovered only this morning, the Song of Joy oil has alleviated the pain of the blisters on my fingers due to the purification process I go through periodically. I am ever so grateful for these oils and your presence in my life. You may not always be aware of the extent your presence is so immensely helpful for us. Even when you are not doing something specific to help us, just your presence on this planet is such a mighty elixir of self sustenance that for some of us, drives our every action. Mighty GRACE do you bring to our lives and my eternal GRATITUDE always for you just being here with us.😍🥰😘❤️🧡💛💚💙💜🖤
Joanne Harding says
Beautiful, Dhani xxxx 🌺🦋💖🌹
I have many rune messages for radical change. Suffering may serve the purpose of fostering the willingness to embrace the scope and depth of courage necessary to live the pervasive, far-reaching, comprehensive change necessary to be effective. Coming home to the true nature of our being requires a great deal of spiritual maturity.
Lynette Ruest says
Beloved Almine – your Heart to alleviate our suffering touches me most deeply. Thank you for putting into words what I have been struggling to reconcile for the last couple of months re: suffering.
Great reflection! To me, it feels like a Gift of Grace from the Infinite for humanity, to make the option of suffering obsolete via the rapid embodiment of the Highest Truths by the Original One's, in service to all Manifest Life…
Reverently grateful for the elegance it contributes to my life. LPGTH
Perhaps I can provide some insight for both the Lightfamily itself and Almine: accepting the fact that suffering has immense value helps alleviate the suffering because insights are more likely to be gained. This is especially true when combined with eternal perspective.