Suffering Need Not Be

“Suffering need not be.  The suffering with which you may yet be identified need not be.  It is only by choice that suffering is held in the mind.  And it is only by choice that it can be healed and released.”  (“The Way of Transformation,” The Way of Mastery, Chapter 18, Page 225)

Releasing on our sense of suffering takes embracing and then letting it go. Releasing, as described in this passage, is the heart and soul of the Sedona Method, an inspired method given by Lester Levinson, and having us ask ourselves about all my manner of things, “Could I let this go? Would I? When?”

In The Way of Mastery, our quotation for today, Jesus is telling us that our suffering is all so unnecessary. We get ourselves in quandaries by exacerbating the pain in our lives, increasing the pain so that it becomes suffering. Often the suffering is purely mental, though the pain may be physical.

Jesus is here to heal us of our emotional suffering.

If suffering finds a place in our heart, let’s ask Jesus to heal us today. When we choose to let it go, we will be free.

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