Sundeelia: When Compassion Blooms

Sundeelia: When Compassion Blooms

“Sadness is what makes us human. The human condition is a condition of tremendous heartbreak. The more we understand about human life and the life of the people around us and what people have suffered, the more heartbreaking it is. And the thing about a broken heart is, maybe you can’t mend it. But — only a broken heart can truly love others.“ ~ Reggie Ray ~

One can view human existence as constant heartbreak or an opportunity to truly develop that wondrous marvel, compassion.

Compassion comes, often, as a result of having gone through much struggle yourself. Struggle and adversity can literally crack open a formerly sealed and tightly closed heart. Learning from your experiences and seeing the struggles of others, you can more aptly see what can be done to assist… not from a place of superiority, but from a place of humility and understanding what that individual may be feeling inside.

Oddly enough, feeling compassion for others doesn’t compel one to act upon it. Sometimes it is best to allow the individual to unravel the mess in which they have found themselves. When they have advanced to a place where they can see more clearly the choices that lie before them, then it might be the time to help… but only if permission is given.

What is compassion? The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines it as: : sympathetic consciousness of others’ distress together with a desire to alleviate it. On the other hand, empathy refers to the ability to relate to another person’s pain vicariously, as if one has experienced that pain themselves. For instance, in responding to the pain experienced by humanity, the Pleiadians and their allies have responded with compassion to alleviate that pain, by assisting humanity to work through their individual and collective trauma, to release it, to transmute the pain, trauma, and struggle, and thereby raise in frequency.

With what humanity is learning, as an individual and collective, is compassion. Those who carry the empathetic gift within can feel what a person is experiencing, even if they have never felt that pain or trauma themselves. This shared experience allows those who would help to not interfere unless granted permission, and to know within their own heart, just how the person or collective is feeling.

Realize that as high frequency beings, many of our people have not experienced in this current life what you are now undergoing as a collective. Yet, as we do have the ability to look back into ‘past’ lives (all lives are lived simultaneously) we can see with our inner eyes, what you are experiencing, even though it may have been a very long time, if ever, for us.

How can we feel empathy towards strangers? My dear humans, you are not strangers to us. We are your cousins and we care for your well-being. Yet, we cannot do the work that is required to be accomplished here on the Earth plane, at least currently. For to act as saviors, would discourage you from internalizing the lessons you are currently learning. If it was easy, you would not be challenged, and hence, you would not grow.

Each of you contains within magnificent gifts, perhaps not in the current judgment of the world (according to the old paradigm) but something that will come forth in response to the need of the moment. For you all are your own saviors. We can aid and guide, but it up to you to do the actual on-the-ground work. That is what physical life consists of… tests, overcoming and learning, and moving onward and upward. Whether or not you make any progress in this life is entirely up to you. Nothing that we do will help you pass your tests. We do nothing to violate your free will, but lovingly look upon you all with wonder in our hearts.

If you didn’t realize it already, we are learning from YOU! And we are truly grateful for the opportunity.

Sending my blessings and love to all,

I AM Sundeelia

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