See the Other Person’s Point of View Avalokitsevara
Greetings Fellow love advocates,
This week’s message is brought to you by an Eastern deity Avalokitsevara (pronounced ah-vol-oh-kee-tash-va-rah).
You have strong emotions about this situation and you may feel upset, misunderstood, or used. This message comes to you as a pathway to peace by asking you to consider others’ points of view. You don’t need to agree with these other individuals; you’re simply asked to understand their motivations and to have compassion for their feelings. This process can positively shift the energy of power struggles, much like letting go of a rope during a tug-of -war. As you see the other person’s point of view, you open the door for creative solutions to enter.
Additional meanings for this card:
- See yourself through the eyes of any person you desire to know or meet.
- Let go of defensiveness in your relationships.
- Look past the surface personality and see the Divine within others.
- Forgive past hurts and start anew.
Avalokitsevara is an Eastern deity who watches over the world and hears all prayers. He’s considered to be the male energy form of Quan Yin, the goddess of compassion. Avalokitsevara has elected to postpone his own ascension into Buddha hood until all of humanity is free. Until then, he’s readily available to anyone who calls upon him for help with spiritual growth concerns.
I’ve noticed that often times when I do readings, it also applies to me and those in my tribe. Due to a recent health situation with my daughter, I’ve had to interact with her father in a way that I haven’t done in over 5 years. Although I’d forgiven him a long time ago, I don’t believe I truly saw his side. As a mother, I also want to protect my daughter at all costs. This situation allowed me to see that he now also has her best interest at heart and we can work together as a team again.
Another love advocate was experiencing a similar theme. She filed for child support and her ex-partner countered with filing for joint-custody (obviously to avoid paying child support). She entered into the court system, which is a dark and precarious place for love advocates. She encountered opinionated judges, her ex lying in court, her son being appointed an attorney (who never called). The situation seemed quite bleak.
Her 12 year old son returned home from a visit with his dad and said, “I’ve talked to Dad, this needs to end. The people in the court don’t know us. I want to see Dad when I want to see him, I want to be with you when I’m with you and I told Dad he must help you out financially.” What an amazing young man!
This situation was resolved amicably out of court and for the Highest good of the young man and both parents.
Our children are SOULS with their own agenda, their own feelings, their own goals.
This might not pertain to you, but if it does, I’d love to hear from you!
We’re all going through similar situations and it helps to share, so please do!
With much love and many blessings,