Originally Posted by royster
It was then I began to try to sort out the spiritual from the human, the healthy from the unacceptable.
I have accepted responsibility for volumes of things I did and said, particularly during the 30 years of my own alcoholic follies. I went into Alcoholics Anonymous when I finally realized I was becoming that abusive step-father, and it was a matter of time before I began reenacting those horrible episodes with Janice…the first true love I have experienced this life time. I approach three years sober.
In the current Earth ascension, as these impacted energies are rising up to all of us, it is not a sad task, and I embrace it for the universal healing it offers.
It was a few years ago when I realized that my wife was literally reliving the unfinished business her parents have left behind. I observed the same in me, though it was a bit harder to bring it out in the open.
Both my boys went to a preschool where they learned this song
"Clean up, clean up,
Clean up, clean up,
Everybody do your share"
This has become my spiritual mantra since. We take the good stuff from previous generations, and overcome some of their short-comings. The question is only why some apparently have to work so much harder than others. Well, God only knows.
Thanks for sharing!