A couple days ago I received a call from the school nurse. Cole, my 17-year old son, had slipped and fallen in the parking lot at school. The result? A mild concussion.
Now, if I were not the person I am, I would look at this and say, “Shoot! What a tough time to get a concussion with finishing up all the applications for college and finishing up the term right now!”
But I know better.
This was a wake-up call for Cole. He’d been pushing himself too hard in school and the universe was saying, “Hey! Time to take a break!”
But here’s the challenge – and it’s a challenge that I know you, because you’re reading this, run into as well:
It doesn’t matter that I know the lesson behind the concussion. It doesn’t matter that I know what the universe is trying to tell Cole. He’s a couple months from being an adult – which means, I really have to sit back and allow him his journey on this.
How hard is it for you, when you can blatantly SEE the answer for someone close to you, to not get involved so your friend can have their own experience? (It is hard for me for sure! He’s my kid!)
The same goes for animal communication. It can be really challenging to have an animal tell me EXACTLY what the person is supposed to work on, and then just send that person and their animal on their way to master that between the two of them.
Letting others experience their own pain, insecurity, and mistakes is a truly important part of life.
I’m laughing now because I didn’t just write this for you – I wrote it for me as well. Clearly!
Love and Light,
PS: Please join me in less than 2 weeks in NYC for a one-day Soul Level Animal Communication® class. Want to work on the lesson? This is your chance!