Mary channels Constance, a woman who was a slave in the Indies over 300 years ago. Constance and many millions of other spirits, who died violently and remain Earthbound through their own rage at injustice and desire to protect others from injustice, are drawn by Jesus into a conversation about forgiveness, and are then assisted by other spirits to seek freedom from and stop affecting the Earth with their rage.

Breaking the chains of violence

The main message

The feelings of vengeance do not take away the pain that has already been caused, but serve to avoid the painful feelings, causing a vicious cycle of perpetual violence.

The way out of this cycle is to allow ourselves to see the truth and feel the grief about having been harmed. The anger we feel covers over our grief, so when we are angry it is an indication there is pain we are trying to disguise and avoid.

20180306 – Constance & Assistance for Enraged Earthbound Spirits

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Summary

The earth is surrounded by “earthbound” spirits, who are attracted to the earth even after their passing. Many of these spirits are very angry and resentful, and encourage the cycle of violence on Earth. This spirit conversation through Mary begins with Jesus speaking to Amantu, a Celestial Spirit, who speaks with Jesus about how to help Earthbound spirits who are perpetrating more violence on the Earth. Jesus arranges with God to bring a group of enraged Earthbound spirits to him in an attempt to help them progress, and the group that comes first is a group of spirits who have been abused or enslaved when living on Earth. These spirits have not forgiven perpetrators for the abusive treatment they experienced. Constance becomes the spokesperson for a group of around two million spirits who are enraged about the violent treatment they received, and these are eventually assisted to connect to spirits who have been attempting to help them make their transition into the spirit world.

Constance was a slave over 300 years ago in the Indies, and who has been tortured and killed. She has been Earthbound, executing vengeance by influencing people on Earth to get angry and violent about injustice.

Jesus explains to Constance that when people get harmed, they often want to hurt others driven by feelings of vengeance. However often the people now being harmed are not the perpetrators. This creates more pain and more violence, which continues over generations.

The feelings of vengeance do not take away the pain that has already been caused but serve to avoid the painful feelings, causing a vicious cycle of perpetual violence.

The way out of this cycle is to allow ourselves to see the truth and feel the grief about having been harmed. The anger we feel covers over our grief, so when we are angry it is an indication there is pain we are trying to disguise and avoid.

Excerpt from the discussion

Jesus – “What’s under your anger? What Drives your anger?”

Constance – “All I know is anger.”

Jesus – “At a very young age you’ve learnt not to cry. Why? What happened when you cried?”

Constance – “Everyone hurt me. My mother, she scolded me. The Blanky (white people who enslaved Constance), women and men, they hit me and I stopped.”

Jesus – “And that’s what created your anger, before then you weren’t so angry, remember? You just felt like crying.” 

Constance – “So long ago.”

Jesus – “So what happened was that people around you stopped you from crying, by being violent with you, and even your own kin did that right?”

Constance – “To be strong.”

Jesus – “Yes, but the problem is that it creates anger. To not create anger, you need to cry. So the way to get through why you’re so angry is to start connecting to what you need to cry about, and you let yourself cry.” 

Jesus – “And this is the way to get happier. It sounds funny, but the way to get happier and to not be so angry, is to actually let yourself cry.”

Jesus introduces Constance to other spirits who have been through similar experiences but who have chosen to experience their pain, receive God’s Love and become happy. Constance connects to her own feelings and leaves with those who came to assist her.