Master Yeshua; Jesus

Rob: I’m inviting in Yeshua. If anybody knows anything about conflict, he should!

So Yeshua, can you share any guidance, any words of wisdom about how we, as lightworkers, could and should handle conflict with those who are close to us? What can we do to help without making it worse, without interfering?

Yeshua: Thank you, Rob. This is your brother, Yeshua. And this is a great question for this day, this time!

Such conflicts will arise more and more, but, as you know, it’s necessary. It’s a way of releasing the negativity that has built up for so long. You can’t let go of the baggage until you’re holding it in your hands.

But you, any of you, as lightworkers, your role, your job is to hold the space of Love. As you have said, there are no sides. We’re all on the same side. We’re on the side of Love.

Folk will seem to get entrenched in their beliefs of what is right, what is wrong. There is no right or wrong.

So your role is to hold the space, to beam the Light and the Love to all involved that they may see a higher perspective.

It’s becoming easier and easier for you to discern when you see the conflict how futile it all is, how a belief in one side of an argument makes so very little sense. But those in the midst of the argument are not likely in a place of wanting to hear that. If they do open themselves to asking am I right or wrong, then by all means, share the higher perspective. But if not, go within, breathe the Love from Mother-Father-One into your heart, and project it to all who are involved — [to] both sides, all sides of the argument.

I’ll say it again. There are no sides. We are all one humanity. And we need to learn that, to realize that, to bring that to the forefront of our consciousness, that any conflict brother-between-brother, family members against each other, is working against that realization, that we are all one. A house divided cannot stand, so work to unite the foundation, and that foundation is Love.

It’s difficult at the time not to be involved, especially [when] it feels like family relationships or relationships with anyone close to you are just unraveling before you and you want to jump in and help. The expression of the conflict from their perspective must happen. They have to let it out. So while it may be difficult, your job is to allow that out and to hold the space of Love. Project it to them, around them, through them. Show them through your own actions what peaceful coexistence with all family members, all friends, what that looks and feels like … that you don’t have to take sides and yet still honor all perspectives.

It is a challenge, but you are up for this challenge. It’s why you’ve come here, to be in this place now, to be in those relationships now. And when you do this, you have a much greater effect than you probably realize.

Go with that knowing, trusting, and forgive all that you see as necessary, as integral to the Mother’s Plan. Trust that it is all unfolding the way it must. In the end — we have all said it before — the result will be glorious!

These conflicts are nothing more than the labor pains that must come before the birth of the new. But think of the joy of the mother holding her newborn. This is what awaits you, all of you, including those in the midst of the conflict.

Trust. Know. Project the Love as you can. I know you’ve got this, and we’re behind you, supporting you at all times.

With that, I leave you with my love, my peace, my comfort. I leave you now. Take care.