Connecting with family who are distanced

Vonna would like to know what to do to reconnect with her younger sister Joanne.

This dear being wants very much to touch the heart of her sister but must accept the fact that she cannot be that at this time with her sister. That it would not be a replacing of this dear child that she lost. Vonna needs to find a bond that is close and loving; she cannot be responsible if the sister does not wish it to be. She must accept and find light and love within others. There are many that are close to her.

She should extend her love to her sister but expect nothing in return. If in time the sister is ready…(though at this time there is a great fear of not being acceptable to the older sister). There is nothing the older sister need do, other than be unconditional with her sister. Tell Vonna to simply speak openly of her love and acceptance.

If she were to force the issue with this sister, it would not create growth but in fact cause some difficulty. She wants to mother someone now. She wants to have the love she had and she misses it terribly, but this is not what she had with her sister ever.

One is only responsible for one’s own path. One can shed light and love to others, but if they do not wish to join with you, you must accept where they be. Vonna can love her sister from her path and hope that one day they will have more. She needs to nourish her being, to grow, to be, and to love herself. Movement, expectation that light and love will be.

By | 2017-05-28T12:54:14+00:00 November 25th, 2007|Categories: Family|0 Comments

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  1. Rebecca November 25, 2007 at 5:18 pm - Reply

    Hi, I am posting this question again because I read that you had technical glitch. I was hoping to get better understanding of our DNA and how much we are in control of its expression after we are born. For example can we change our DNA? Can we cure ourselves from genetic illness? There are a lot of seminars being offered to state as much, that through our intention we can alter our DNA and cure ourselves of a genetic illness. I am worried about this over simplification because it could lead many people who are not successful in “curing” themselves to feel like a failure or that they are not spiritual enough. Thank-you, Thank-you, for this opportunity for me to pose my question. Rebecca

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