Advice on friendships, growth and life missions

Funtastic writes:

Greetings all,

A person, V, who I thought was my friend has chosen to distance herself from me. I do not believe I have done anything wrong. She told me why but it just did not make sense to me. I did not let her guilt trip me either. Will you tell me what is going on with this relationship? Why she distanced herself? It is like she has taken the left path and I chose to stay on the right path.

Also, can you give me guidance on a career area that I can most help people in. Like writing, acting, etc or just doing what I did before or something else. Did I have a mission that involved me being in the public eye that would help others? I want to fulfill my mission.  Thank you.

The Guide’s response:

You are a very wondrous being, and you have grown vastly and wonderfully.  And so you think everyone else has done the same as you—and it is not the case, dearest one.  You must allow each their time and process.  And you will in time, back and forth, be with this one again.  But it will not be quite as intense.  It was very intense some somewhat overwhelming.

V, as you call this friend…(laughs)….  And you know that truly if you stop and think about it, it was more so a great opening for you than it was for her.  She felt very restricted in many ways, and so you must allow that one to grow and change and be who she needs to be.

You’re going to find this often.  Evolved beings do often feel somewhat alone.  So find joy where joy is; you don’t always have to go to the deep, intense conversations.  Be light; be joyful.  Allow people their space, their need.  You live in an era and time when many people are fearful of much of your growth and movement and trust in the wonder of God.  You must be, not guarded, but give each being their time to absorb your words.  And more so, how you live your life will be the great teacher.  You are not restricted to ritual or expectation.  You allow others to be who they are and you accept them.  No matter what they believe, they still have a right to be, to grow.

For you are so patient.  Know that there will be a time and don’t worry.  The words of V that made you stay away were because this one was afraid of your energy, your light, your amazing brightness.  Don’t worry about that.  Give this V time.

She is also asking for guidance about a career area where she can help people.  She wonders if she has a mission that involves her being in the public eye to help others.  She wants to fulfill her mission.

You say mission, I will call it a purpose or an ultimate promise.  You are in that process.  I cannot give you the whole of what it is yet.  But know that you will affect many.  It is true; you will.  I will not tell you exactly what to do as that would take from your growth, my blessed one.    But you know that you love being with people.  The aged, the very young are good for you.  Because you find it easy; you are like a little chameleon.  You can be in their place and their skin and use words that communicate easily with them.  You have let go from trying to feel so separate, so different, and now know that you can be part of any community with a common understanding of truth and love.

So, you could be a jack-of-all-trades, my dearest one.  You could pick up one thing and then tomorrow let it go and move on to the next. So I would not limit you to one thing, as you have never limited yourself to one thing.  Find joy, my blessed one, and when you find the joy you will know exactly what you need to do.  Work doesn’t have to be negative; it should be a blessing to attain money, to exchange growth.  Rejoice.  Find what you love to do and it will never be a burden.

By | 2017-05-28T12:52:44+00:00 July 20th, 2011|Categories: Life purpose and promises|0 Comments

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  1. Sandy July 20, 2011 at 8:30 am - Reply

    I met a man, “C”, two years ago under rather extraordinary circumstances (some would call it kismet or fate) and we had a brief relationship. Due to a series of miscommunications we lost touch, but he has never given up and contacts me at least twice a year. We are recently communicating again; he would like to maintain a friendship with me. I know I have a strong connection to him – I cannot explain it, but I definately feel a connection unlike anything I have felt with anyone else. Not necessarily a romantic connection, but definately a powerful one. I am now in a wonderful relationship with someone else, and have no interest in C ras a romantic partner. I feel that we crossed paths for a reason, but I have no idea what it is. Can you tell me what our connection is, and what the purpose of our meeting was? I feel like there is something I should learn from him.

    Also, I feel like a career change is on the horizon for me. Can you give me any advice about which direction I should move in and how to be more confident in my abilities?

    Thank you.

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