An Awakened Look at Jealousy
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- Published: Wednesday, 08 March 2017 15:35
- Written by The Damascus Scribe (Sananda)
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Illawarra District, Australia, January 24, 2017.
Teacher: The Damascus Scribe (Sananda).
Subject: “An Awakened Look at Jealousy.”
Message received by George Barnard.
The Scribe: “It is better to look forward than it is to look back, at least on a more regular basis. You are progressive, all of you, and so it is no great mystery why you are a member of the 11:11 Progress Group. Midwayers, Angels and other Celestials who might have prompted you to become part of these regular lessons knew that you were, that you are and that you will always be progressive.
“You need to almost always be looking forward, but on occasion and just to humor yourself . . . and perhaps Me — the Damascus Scribe — I want you to be looking back in time in the very best way you objectively can manage to regard your very own behavior. Let us say that someone insulted you today. Would you have your fists at ready for an attack on this individual? Would you repay him or her with a derogatory remark? Would you simply smile and shake your head or shrug your shoulders? Would you compliment the offender on his or her own good graces?
“And if you can clearly ‘see’ your behavior, ask yourself how you would have reacted one year ago . . . ten years ago . . . even more. The difference between such reactions is the degree to which you will have grown, matured or bettered yourself. It is a bold measure of the extent to which you have moved forward in the eternal goal of becoming perfect as your Creator-Father is perfect — be honest in your evaluation of this.
“Jealousy, my dear friends, provides one of the very best possibilities for gauging how you may have grown over time. The good fortune of one person is likely to bring on a veritable ‘pang of jalousy’ in another. For an envious individual this can be a very sudden shock as few are prepared to admit to themselves that they may have a jealous streak. Whilst anger is frequently admitted to and often seen as almost acceptable in your culture, jealousy is not.
“Erroneously so, jealousy is often seen as a typically feminine trait or a classic women’s conundrum. Let me asssure you that is not so, for both sexes are approximatly equally beset by the green-eyed monster.
“I advise you to test yourself — only rarely. I am the Damascus Scribe. Always count on me.”
© The 11:11 Progress Group.
My Gift to you is for you to be of service to Me — Christ Michael.