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Turning Wounds Into Wisdom

This is an amazing video and is so worth the time to watch.  I actually saw it by “accident” as I couldn’t sleep and happened to check my Facebook page where someone else had shared this.  Since I had nothing better to do at 4am, I thought I’d watch, but I wasn’t prepared for such deep thoughts so early in the morning. 

Growing up, I “knew” that I was nothing more than a big mistake, and I had quite a lot of help remembering that “truth”.  My mom became pregnant with me in her senior year of high school.  I was an accident that proceeded to ruin her life for many years.  It wasn’t until my teenage years when I began to realize that being born was not my fault; I hadn’t been the irresponsible one at that party where Mom and Dad created me.  I became angry at how I was treated and ended up turning away from my family – and from God. 

As years went by, and I learned more about real Truth and spiritual knowledge, I realized that I had made the decision to be born into this crazy family, and thus maybe it was at least in part my responsibility that I was born when I was.  I couldn’t help but feel guilty for being born; I began the process of forgiveness at that point, realizing what my anger was doing to me and that it needed to be balanced.  Even through all of the spiritual growth I have gone through in this life, there was always a part of me that wondered why I decided to be born when I was and to whom I was.  I have told myself that my childhood made me who I am today.  I have told myself that my family is my family because I needed to balance some kind of negative karma; they agreed to play the roles they did in this life in order to help me heal.  Though, often times I did wonder if they really had to take certain things to such extent. 

But, it wasn’t until I listened to the words of this incredible woman at four in the morning that I realized something that honestly blew my mind … I wasn’t born into my family so that they could help me heal my karma.  I was born to them so that I could help them heal theirs; I was born to show them forgiveness, love, and empathy.  I was never a mistake, which I knew, but it was incredibly healing to me to know that it wasn’t my own “selfish” needs of being healed that brought me here; it was my offer to play the role of healer to others.  As tears of gratitude slipped down my cheeks, I can’t thank my guides and Angels enough for the healing these words have given me.

Wishing you all much Love and Healing Blessings,

Rev. Sheri

 Please do watch this video …

4 replies
  1. Gary
    Gary says:

    Thank you
    Hearing other peoples stories inspire me to do the healing I need to do. It also inspires me to be courageous to share my story, gifts and abilities to help others.

    Your website has been so helpful to me and my family. I check on it almost daily and have received tremendous guidance in my life.

    Keep on Lovin!

    G

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  2. Brenda
    Brenda says:

    Dear Rev. Sheri,

    I am glad to hear that you received a healing message.
    You and your website have been a blessing to me and I’m sure to many others,the work that you do makes a difference and you are gifted at helping people,that is another reason that you were born and I am thankful for that.

    I send you love and blessings,

    Brenda

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    • Rev. Sheri
      Rev. Sheri says:

      Thank you, Brenda! My angels have gotten really great at reminding me that my work (and my life) makes a difference in the lives of others, and it seems they have asked you to send me another reminder. You are a blessing!

      Love and Blessings to you,

      Sheri <3

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