I have been asked recently about what to do with someone who has harmed you and does not show acknowledgement or remorse. Having actually experienced a profound awakening myself due to an interaction with someone, I have come to the conclusion that these beings are truly “Angels Among Us.” They don’t know they are Angels, usually, and I am not talking about the Biblical Angel, not at all. I am referring to humans who have come forth in our lives to bring us clarity about ourselves, teach us our lessons, and give us the opportunity to grow.
Sometimes these lessons are violent, painful, and it is difficult to see the positive aspects until some time has passed and we have healed from the experience. By blessing those who have brought us pain, we lessen the blow, because we acknowledge that we are a participant in the experience not a victim. Taking responsibility for our part in co-creating the situation, even just by the fact that we were in the wrong place at the wrong time, we have the POWER to use that experience and the contrast it produced to clearly, deliberately, and with love for ourselves, reach for a new perspective and a better experience.
“Today, no matter what the experience with someone, I will remember that my power lies in seeing these people as Angels who make me clearer, stronger, and more compassionate.”