透過Jennifer Hoffman傳訊

 翻譯:akidoflight

 

 

每個故事都該有個快樂的結局,每個情節也該有個充滿愉悅和欣喜的結果。如果這些都是真實的,我們就不會經歷苦痛、背叛、失望,而每段關係也都該充滿了愛。這些在童話故事裏聽來很美好的事,在實務中卻不常見。在真實生活中,我們總是經歷了苦難;人際關係總令我們失望和心碎;快樂結局從未真正發生過。真的如此嗎?快樂結局真的只能發生在童話故事裏嗎?如果我們可以重新定義所謂的快樂結局,在日常生活中是否能更容易發現它的存在呢?

 

我們對於快樂結局的定義決定了我們如何詮釋自己課題的結果。我們對於這結果的感受,也就讓我們去評斷這結果的好或壞。如果我們定義快樂結局是某些事物豐富了我們的學習經驗,改變了我們的人生課題呢?如果快樂結局是讓我們得到知識,讓我們在人生中做出更有力量,彷彿被事先告知的明智之舉呢?如果快樂結局意味著我們對自己的能力更有信心,在與生命本源(our Source)的連結中,我們以絕對的信念和信任,讓自己邁向自我的神聖之旅呢?在這些定義下,將不難發現所有的結果的確就是個快樂結局。

 

雖然每個故事情節都會有個快樂結局,但是,如果以一般對於"快樂"的定義而言,結果不見得都一定讓人感到快樂。有時快樂結局是令人悲傷的;可能也會令人遭受損失和失望;教會我們不能去控制別人和他們的行為;或是讓我們知道我們去療癒或改變他人的能力不足。有時快樂結局只是告訴我們,當我們作了無力的選擇時,我們就註定面臨無力的結果。但是,快樂結局總是能賦予我們力量,幫助我們做出不同的選擇,帶我們脫離個人的因果業力和療癒課題的循環。我們創造自己的實相,我們也創造自己對於快樂結局的定義。在我們對自己所創造的實相負起責任時,我們也能將這些故事情節視為是自己的佈局,是我們自己一絲不苟地創造出了困難和痛苦的事物。當我們身處十字路口時,我們是繼續向前,在痛苦中復原;或是讓自己陷在痛苦中,苛責自己不懂運用靈性知識來改變故事情節;或是自責不能預知即將發生的事,以便創造出不同的結果?當我們攺變了快樂結局的定義時,我們也就能繼續前進。

 

當我們改變快樂結局的定義時,我們就能在所謂的逆境中創造出成功。在檢驗學習的過程中,便能創造出成功。首先,是我們認真地創造了一個情境讓我們自己去獲得知識和信心,並增加自己靈性的了解。然而,如果讓自己變成了結果的附屬品,也就允許了這情境去消蝕自己的信心和信任,人也變得膠著不前。因為我們判斷的基本在於我們所感受的,而非實際所發生的,所以當結果不符合我們的期望,而且結局也是不快樂的,我們就會判定結果失敗。

 

我們對於快樂結局的定義和宇宙的定義不同。就靈性的觀點而言,快樂結局就在當我們完成靈性成長和了解的新階段時發生,即使它總不像童話故事般地快樂,有時甚至伴隨著痛苦的結果。在快樂結局中,我們變得更強壯、更睿智、更有信心,在靈性的層面上也都能有所得。這也意味著,我們可能必須釋放一些事物或一些人,放下我們的期待或是改變我們的觀點。

 

復原是整個過程中一個重要的部份,這部份常被我們遺忘,或是無法進入。復原是我們學習過程中最重要的部份,因為它讓我們進入當下所發生的事物中,看到我們所創造的、我們會面臨到的學習和療癒的各個面向,以及它們是如何讓我們向前邁上自己的道途。自我寬恕也是這個過程中重要的一個部份。當我們覺得自己應該預知預見將發生或已發生的事物時,我們就常常對自己過份苛責。如果只是想輕易地逃避人生課題的話,我們便無法創造出快樂結局;但是如果能慶祝自己所學習到的,我們便已創造出快樂結局。

 

我們向前邁進的每一步都協助我們去創造一個更有力的實相,每個我們所習得的痛苦課題在療癒中讓我們變得完整。如此便是一個非常棒的快樂結局,因為這意味著,我們已經完成了一次的因果輪迴,完成了靈性成長的一個面相,並且進入我們靈性旅程的嶄新階段。當我們不再讓一次困難的經驗阻礙自己,長期地破壞自己對自我和宇宙的信心、信任和信念時,我們就能發現快樂結局所在,並能讓它來幫助我們在下一個課題上創造出一個截然不同的結果。

 

快樂結局可能不如我們所想像的,也可能比我們所預期的耗時。但沒有我們已學習到的知識,我們又怎知自己還可以知道多少,和自己是誰可以去創造出這樣的知識?這就是快樂結局,一個永久屬於我們自己的知識和理解的寶藏,藉由它,我們創造出嶄新和截然不同的快樂結局。

 

Creating the Happy Ending

 

Every story should have a happy ending and every situation should have a joyful and pleasant result. If that were true we would not experience pain, we would never experience betrayal and disappointment, and every relationship would be loving. That sounds good in fairy tales but it is not always true in our reality. In real life, we have painful experiences, relationships often cause our greatest heartbreaks and disappointments and our happy endings do not materialize. But is that really true? Does a happy ending always have to look like the fairy tale or can we re-define happy endings so that we find them in every situation?

 

Our definition of a happy ending determines how we will interpret the outcome of our lessons. And we will then judge them as good or bad, depending on how we feel about them and the final result. What if we defined a happy ending as something that provided us with such an enriching learning experience that it changed the course of our life? What if a happy ending meant that we gained knowledge that would help us make more powerful, informed and enlightened decisions in the future? What if a happy ending meant that we became so confident in our abilities that we could step forward into our divinity with absolute faith and trust in our Source connection? That would indeed be a happy ending.

 

There is a happy ending in every situation but it is not always happy, in the sense of how ‘happy’ is generally defined. Sometimes happy endings are sad, involve loss and disappointment, teach us that we can’t control anyone or their behavior or show us that we are limited in our ability to heal or change others. Sometimes happy endings show us that we have powerless results when we make powerless choices.  But they are empowering, help us make different choices and can take us out of our personal cycles of karmic lessons and healing. Just as we create our reality, we also create our own definition of happy endings. In taking responsibility for our reality we can look at these situations as setups, where we deliberately created something that was difficult and painful. Then we move into failure mode because the outcome was not as joyful or successful as we expected. And then we are at a crossroads—do we move forward and recover or stay stuck in the pain and berate ourselves for not knowing better, for not applying our spiritual knowledge and avoiding the situation, for not being able to see what was going to happen and create a different outcome. We can move forward when we change our definition of a happy ending.

 

We can create success out of what appears to be adversity when we change our definition of happy endings. And we can do that by examining the process of learning. First, we deliberately create a situation in order to help us gain knowledge, confidence and increase our spiritual understanding. Then we allow it to erode our confidence and trust and become stuck because we have an attachment to the outcome. We judge the outcome as a failure because it did not meet our expectations and the ending was not happy—but we are judging it based on how we feel not on what happened.

 

And, our definition of a ‘happy ending’ is not the same as that of the Universe. From a spiritual perspective, a happy ending occurs when we have achieved new levels of spiritual growth and understanding, which is not always ‘fairy tale’ happy and sometimes involves painful endings. With a happy ending we are stronger, wiser, more confident and always gain on a spiritual level. But it also means that we may have to release something or someone, let go of an expectation, or change our perspective.

 

Recovery is an important part of this process, one that we often forget or cannot move into. It is the most important part of our learning process because it allows us to assess what has happened, see what we created, every aspect of learning and healing that was available to us and how it has moved us forward on our path. Self-forgiveness is an important part of this process. We are often hardest on ourselves when we feel we should have known better, seen a lesson coming or been able to avoid it. We can’t always create happy endings by simply avoiding lessons but we can create them by celebrating what we have learned.

 

Every step forward we take helps us create a more powerful reality, every painful lesson we learn moves us into completion with that aspect of our healing. And this is a very happy ending because it means that we have completed a karmic cycle, finalized an aspect of our soul growth and moved into a new phase of our spiritual journey. Rather than allowing one difficult experience to stop us in our tracks and permanently damage our confidence, trust and faith in ourselves and in the Universe, we can find the happy ending and use it to help us create a different outcome for the next lesson.

 

The happy ending may not be what we imagined and the process may take longer than we anticipated. But what have we learned, how much more do we know and what are we now able to create with that knowledge? It is the happy ending, one that we can take with us as a permanent source of knowledge and understanding and use it to create new and different happy endings.

 

About the author

 

Jennifer Hoffman is an intuitive, spiritual healer, mentor, teacher and author. She also channels the energy of the Archangel Uriel.  Jennifer has helped many people through the Shift through her unique insights and counsel, facilitating their healing journey. Jennifer is the founder of www.urielheals.com, an on-line spiritual healing and growth center and dedicated to the messages and teachings of Archangel Uriel.  Information about Jennifer's books, on-line seminars and services is available at her websites, or email healing@urielheals.com for information.

 

大天使烏列爾透過Jennifer Hoffman傳訊

 翻譯:akidoflight

 原文:http://www.urielheals.com/Messages.html

 

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