A mother wanting her son to find his way in the world

I have a question from Jennifer about her son who is in his mid-twenties and still feels loss and sadness as the result of the divorce between his parents about ten years ago. He is having difficulty finding his work in the world and financial independence. She says, “I hold my son tenderly in my heart and sometimes I worry that he may be stuck. Is there anything more I can do to support him in finding his path? He is a brilliant light.”

Dearest one, it is not your son that is stuck but you. You hold guilt in your heart for an action you took for survival of your being. It is true there are parts of your young son that feels he has missed, but in truth he is a strong, radiant being. And you need to trust in him. With all the love that you have for him he has grown beautifully. Speak to him that he is a wise, evolved being, that he will find what he needs to do in his time. There is no rush. And in truth he is already thinking clearly what he needs to do. For yourself, dear Jennifer, love your being. You are also a very strong, beautiful being. Hold yourself not in that that was, but in that that is. You have clarity now. It is in the “now” moment that you heal that that was, for yourself— not just your son.

You are not responsible for your son’s life and path and growth. Yes, for a certain time as the caretaker, so that the body be nourished and loved. And as they grow and step to the edge of the nest and spread their wings, to trust that the wind will hold them. And it will. Be strong my beautiful mother. You have done well by this beautiful being.

Thank you.

By | 2008-06-15T18:18:00+00:00 June 15th, 2008|Categories: Family|0 Comments

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  1. pat June 28, 2008 at 8:08 am - Reply

    I’ve seen my healing energies shift within the last few years (in a nice way!) and my question relates to what has been happening with me when I treat clients.In the past year I have been receiving rather shocking volts of energy (sometimes painful, often from my core) but never lasting more than a second or two. Sometimes there is a build up. Clients don’t feel any pain themselves while this happends. This is not a real concern but rather something that piques my curious mind. I would love to see a lightning bolt! (joke) Thank you for your wonderful beings and guidance surrounding you. I feel so light after reading your blog!

  2. Andrea June 28, 2008 at 7:56 pm - Reply

    When i was younger I used to see a person at a shopping mall or supermarket that would make me feel VERY uncomfortable in the solar plexus area. I later learned that one of the men who made me feel uncomfortable to look at had some sort of mental handicap. Recently I had the same sort of “hit” when I met eyes with a young man at a store. I was shocked to feel so uncomfortable by looking into his eyes, and a few seconds later realized that he too seemed to have some sort of mental handicap.I also had to say that I regret to use the term “handicap” as I know we are all one and this is just a different way for the soul to express itself. And I also have been in contact with many people of different mental levels (at least to the outside world) and have not had the same reaction.Is there any information you could share that would help me to understand what these “hits” are and how to protect myself from them – if I need to at all?Thank you.

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