Experiences Are Divinely Timed
We often misinterpret the timing of occurrences as being ill-timed. We say things like, “that was bad timing…” or, “I was in the wrong place at the wrong time.” I feel that nothing that occurs to us is ever ill-timed, bad, wrong, or accidental. All experiences occur exactly when they are supposed to. Experiences can possess degrees of friction from annoyingly irritating to horrifyingly painful.
The good news is that we can break the cycle of recycling the same painful experience over and over again. The moment we have the Revelation that pain is not intended as a type of punishment we can begin to understand that pain is a form of communication. What is the pain trying to say? Begin with realizing that the level of pain relates directly with the degree of importance that the lesson is teaching. In other words…the more painful the lesson, the more imperative it is that you pay attention to how you feel in the moment that pain is felt as the resolution of the issue will have an equivalent amount of peace.