So, because there is no beginning and no end to this journey that you are on, you should not expect for there to be a completion of any kind in matters regarding your life, regarding the challenges and themes that you have set up for yourselves. It would be wise for you to not expect that once you have had a certain kind of experience that you then will be done forever and ever more with that type of experience.
We suggest instead that you realize and recognize that what you are actually doing here is seeing all of these themes and ideas and topics and experiences from every possible angle. That is really what you want to do to. That is really how you have a Source Energy-like experience of your world. Source Energy gets to see it from all the different angles and all the different perspectives all at once, whereas your experience is to have one perspective at a time and to fully embrace and embody that one perspective until you decide that you would like to have a different perspective, or until that different perspective is thrust upon you.
No matter how you go about it, you are going to have every possible experience and every possible perspective on every possible experience. And that is how you will know yourselves truly and fully as All That Is, because All That Is contains all that is and that includes all perspectives. We would like to encourage you to begin to see things from other perspectives, even if those perspectives go against your current sets of beliefs and morals and values, because you are not here attempting to perfect your unique perspective. You are here to experience all and to know all as equal and valid.
So if you want to do that consciously, you may save yourself from having to create experiences that will force you to take on certain perspectives. And as you step outside of your comfort zone, you will ultimately be able to feel more compassion for those around you whose perspectives and beliefs and morals and values differ greatly from your own. You will be able then to truly live the motto, ‘to each his own.’ And when you can embrace that perspective, you will enjoy freedom beyond what you have experienced thus far.
We are The Hathors. We thank you. And we wish you a fond good day.
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