Yesterday, Todd and I attended a talk by Dr. Terry Cole-Whitakker. She is a motivational teacher, a minister, an author. She comes with numerous titles and amazing life experiences. The first thing she asked us to do was to make a list of anyone we hold grievances against, grudges toward, anger at, etc.
Among others, two biggies on my list were vaccine manufacturers, and their lackeys in our government institutions.
Dr. Cole-Whittaker’s presentation lasted over three hours, and at
one point during her talk, I caught a glimmer of something.
-What if I thanked the government and the drug companies for the journey autism has taken us on?
-What if we were to use all we’ve learned from the experience, as a launching pad to take ourselves further than we’d ever have gone?
-What if these sweet babies are not victims, but have volunteered for the assignment to take a whole generation of parents to a level of consciousness they never would have come close to?
When my child is suffering, when I am suffering, it’s hard to hold onto these lofty designs. If Riley weren’t doing so well right now, would I even consider these ideas?
All I know is.... as we grow spiritually, Riley continues to get better. It’s as if she's on a sacred mission, and until her parents really “get it“ she must hold out. I've long thought of her as my teacher...but thanking the government? Thanking the drug companies? Giving up the victim mentality completely?
I think I'm just about ready. We’re getting there, baby.
Thank you, love.