Continuing the Heal Your Life article series - In loving memory of Louise Hay (1926 - 2017)
We are all in this world for spiritual evolution. To enable us to do this, we choose the life we want to live, to learn the lessons that we want to learn, by choosing the parents that can help us with these lessons.
Louise Hay in her book “You can Heal Your Life” says, “Our visits to this planet are like going to school. If you want to become a mechanic, you go to mechanics school. If you want to become a lawyer, you go to law school. The parents you picked this time around are the perfect couple who are experts in what you have chosen to learn.”
Take a look at your life and see all the times you have blamed your parents for your life i.e., “You did this to me!” but this was what you came here to learn and they are just supporting you in your evolution.
Try this exercise and learn to see your parents with eyes full of love.
“Sit comfortably and close your eyes. Take some nice deep breaths. Imagine yourself as a five-year-old child. There is only one thing this child wants and that is love. Embrace this child and tell him/her how much you love her.
Now, imagine your mother as a little girl. She is looking for love. Reach out your arms and hold this little child. Tell her you love her.
Next, imagine your father as a young boy. He too only needs love. Hug this little boy and tell him you love him.
Now, visualise all the three little children in your heart playing with each other. They all love each other and are very loving and happy.”
Whatever your past may be, there can always be a better today and an even better tomorrow. Let go of all the blame that you may have for your parents. They are just like you, doing their best with the knowledge and understanding they have. See them as little children through your loving eyes.
In the infinity of life, where I am, all is perfect, whole and complete.
I am willing to see my parents as little children who need love.
I am grateful to my parents for supporting me on my life’s journey.
I love my parents.
All is well in my world.
Next week, we will look into “The point of power is always in the present moment”.
Until then, Namaste xx