As we move further into the new time we enter new levels of awareness and empowerment. Our attention naturally turns to aspects of ourselves still struggling with wounds of the past. If we have judged our younger selves, now is the time to replace that judgment with compassion. The first steps toward oneness are taken internally as we embrace and assist ourselves throughout time.
Separation Wounds and Isolates
Parasitic thoughtforms of separation not only separate us from others but from other aspects of ourselves. This leads to a sense of isolation and internal strife that uses up our energy and distracts our focus. A present-moment self influenced by thoughts of separation isolates itself from its past and future. This person might despise the mistakes of their past while creating a present moment that will shackle and harm their future.
Journeying into the Past to Heal Ourselves across Time
As we awaken we see through the illusion of separation and step into our true nature which is love and compassion. From a perspective of greater awareness, it is easy to see the path ahead involves a journey into the past to heal and free aspects of ourselves still trapped in cycles of suffering. In this way, we become the higher self to our other selves, working to unify and heal aspects of our consciousness across time. This is a key step on the path to ascension.
Shining the Light of our Awareness on Past Traumas
Some past struggles can be healed simply by shining the light of our present-moment awareness on them. As we allow younger aspects to see old traumas through the lens of our present-moment understandings, we facilitate healing. This healing frees emotional energy being used to “bookmark” past traumas so we can return and release them.
Healing Timelines can Release us from Deeply-Held Traumas
It may happen there are deeper traumas that need more than our present understandings to heal them. Working with timelines is one path to this deeper healing process. By creating an adjacent or parallel healing timeline we can take conscious steps toward healing the deeper wounds that have tethered us to cycles of struggle and suffering – in this lifetime and others.
Deep Traumas Result from Harmful and Irrevocable Decisions
Deep traumas result from moments in the past where we made a decision that resulted in harm to ourselves or others. These incidents often happen early in a lifetime when our spiritual understandings are less engaged. The greatest trauma is the realization that our decisions and our actions have created irrevocable harm. No matter what we do from this moment on, we can never change a past action or its consequences.
When we experience a traumatic event that can’t be changed, we are left with a cacophony of troubled emotions. This can lead to a sense of being haunted by the past. Invariably this creates energetic bookmarks where aspects of our consciousness are literally trapped in a past we feel we have no power to change. This trauma keeps spinning in our energy field, drawing to it new traumas until we learn to transform it. If a deep trauma is not healed in our present lifetime, it enters cellular memory and is carried forward into other lifetimes where we will have other opportunities to find healing.
We can Transform but Never Change a Traumatic Timeline
We can transform an existing timeline but we can never change it. Once a timeline has come into our experience, it cannot be changed. In order to facilitate healing through timelines, it is essential for us to accept that we can’t change timelines of the past. We can’t change them but we can transform our experience of them by creating a healing timeline parallel to the timeline where the traumatic event occurred.
It doesn’t matter where in time this trauma occurred. Time is a human construct – a tool that allows our consciousness to break experience into segments. All life is one infinite moment experienced throughout what we think of as time. This is why it is possible to take steps in our present moment to heal traumas of the past – even distant ones.
Activating Healing Timelines Parallel to a Traumatic Timeline
Although we can’t undo an existing timeline, we can envision and activate a “healing timeline” that exists adjacent or parallel to the traumatic timeline. This healing timeline doesn’t have to exist in the same timeframe as the wounding timeline. It does need to be similar energetically. The form a healing timeline takes is always up to us. We have a choice as to the form, direction and flow it takes. The main criteria is that a healing timeline must be related to the original timeline in some way that is significant and meaningful to us. It must also carry the same intensity and energetic investment as the original timeline.
Examples of situations that can benefit through creating an adjacent healing timeline are the young man who drinks and drives and causes a car accident that results in the death of others. The young woman who chooses to get an abortion and then second guesses that decision throughout her life. The young mother suffering from drug addiction who allows a relative to raise her children only to later find they were abused or harmed by the relative. These are only a few examples. Any situation that leaves one feeling haunted by the decisions of our past can be improved by creating healing timelines.
Creating a Healing Timeline brings us into the ‘Blessings Zone’
Creating a healing timeline releases any energy of self-blame. It allows us to step into a place of love and compassion within ourselves, which raises our vibration and heals us through time. A healing timeline allows us to enter a place of gratutude and acceptance for even the most difficult past moments. When we set the intention to heal ourselves through time we enter the “blessings zone” – the place where we are able to carry out our spiritual purpose by reaching out to others as a whole and unified being.
When we undertake a healing timeline, our life will change and dramatic and unexpected ways. As we move along this timeline we will notice that the trauma fades. The intensity of past traumas lessens as we embrace their lessons. The further we move along this timeline, the easier it is to see the blessings of the original experience and to feel gratitude for it.
As we learn to transform timelines of the past, we begin to see that we can move forward with a sense of empowerment that allows us to perceive and transform future timelines before they manifest into our reality. Next week we will focus on transforming future timelines.