What Makes EVERYTHING
I am commonly asked the following question:
Why Do You spend so much of your time HELPING Others?
The struggles in my life have taught me the most valuable things in life.
Rising above the struggle has taught me to appreciate the improvements
shown me that there is NO LIMIT to what a person can overcome.
I feel compassion for others
I learned how to connect with those who are still struggling in similar ways.
When I gave encouragement to others...
I hoped they would:
Crawl Out of their own Struggles.
1.) If they didn't...
Sometimes I've felt sad and disappointed for them.
Then I remember that:
It's THEIR LIFE, not mine.
It's THEIR CHOICE, not mine.
It's THEIR STRUGGLE, not mine.
2.) When ONE PERSON Does,
Someone very special recently wrote in, sharing her experience...
READ IT and You'll Understand Completely!
"I was sitting in guided-learning with our Tuesday night class,
when the realization of truth came pouring upon me,
washing away what I thought was permanent to
my recovery and discovering of
WHO I AM
Who I know that I am not.
Jen was introducing some new students to the class and the work she does.
While she cleverly is speaking to keep all her students interested on all different levels of her teachings, she asks if anyone has any questions.
As usual I'm quick to raise my hand and ask a question that is on a level of its own, Jen's response to me is
"not everyone is on level 50 and we'd discuss it together later."
As Jen continues to answer questions,
she often answers them by sharing her own experience
I happen to be paying attention.
I am unsure exactly what she was sharing,
but what her words brought me was:
enlightenment, the truth on addiction.
The truth in that very divine moment was:
there is no addiction,
I had only agreed with the word and its meaning for so long,
I had forgotten WHO I WAS
I allowed the addiction to be part of who I am
struggle with all of what i was ever told about:
what addiction is
what it does
all its many other aspects of meanings.
I saw and felt myself let go of all that i held to believe was true in the thoughts, opinions and meanings of addiction that were outside of me and weighed me down causing me to struggle in my recovery.
Enlightened and lifted ...
the road to recovery is within me
only for me.
I've let go of what others believe to be real
I stay real to myself.
I'm most grateful for all the unconditional love and support
from Jen and the others in our class.
WHO I AM
Know Who I am not.
All you'll ever need is
already there for you,
waiting for you to embrace it.
The choice is you,
the truth is within you.
Love is... as I AM!!!
I love you jenny sooooooooo much
I'm blessed to know and have you in my life.
All those who know me,
Thank You for the Inspiration!
You and Others Like You...
have helped make
Everything Bad that Happens,
Does Happen for a
written by: Jennifer Kruse, LMT CRMT
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in a Profound Healing Experience.
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