Tell me my lessons

QUESTION: Masters, I would be ever so grateful to know the lesson/lessons of my existing incarnation. I have been striving to understand for about six years. A whole lot has happened (I have met my spirit guide, learned to heal, divorced, done a lot of cleaning, etc.) but I’m still a question mark. To know the lessons would help me to recognize which are mine and which are the ones of other people, and I would know how to direct my life accordingly. I wish to learn my lessons…or at least one. Depends on how harsh they are! In any case, life is just so interesting!! ~Helen, Finland

ANSWER: You already have signposts in your life that say “this is a life lesson.” Never seen them? Of course you have, but you have just not recognized them. Any time you have a fear in life, or a doubt about what action you should take, you are looking face to face at a lesson. Just take your time and work through each task.

When you become aware of them, stop for a moment and ask: Where does this come from? How do I feel about this fear? Does it relate to some other experience I have had and avoided? Do I think of something that seems totally unrelated, like a statement about my abilities from the past? Delve deeply into the feelings surrounding each fear and doubt—those are the outlines of your learning session.

All the fears and doubts belong to you; you have plenty of things to do for yourself—no chance to get confused with someone else’s lessons. Nothing is too harsh for you, because you never set out to be confronted with more than you are able to handle in a lifetime. Take and clear each concern as it arises. It is not necessary to identify the lessons by definition, such as: this one is about abuse, that one about ego.

When you reach a state of being at peace with your life, no longer facing doubts and fears, you have completed this life’s desired work. Then playtime may commence!