True healing provokes a level of love for all that is infused with mercy and forgiveness. When we are truly healing, we recognize that everyone has been bamboozled, and all of us need to experience repentance. Repentance is a return to the sovereign god within us all, not to a personified, legalistic god. Healing brings about our manumission. It’s not a freedom from one system just to cling to another set of rules, but a liberty that empowers us to each be totally transformed by the renewing of our minds; made new again, as they were at birth. It’s from this place that you don’t desire anyone else to lose just so you can win.
Most people, however, only awaken their egos. They finally identify the pain they have endured, and want to cast blame on someone. These people never heal because they don’t contain forgiveness in their hearts. Their own victimization causes them to want to victimize someone else. They want vengeance on their oppressors. They seek retribution from their perceived enemies. They want to punish those they feel took advantage of them. Oftentimes, they punish others who remind them of the people they hold responsible for their hurt. This is why restoration and salvation still are distant to this world. It was ego that brought about division, and even created the veil which for most remains between divinity and humanity, and ego continues to breed chaos today.
It’s not self-love to just become aware of your own happiness with no concern for the happiness of others. Though none of us is master of another’s emotions, we still cannot, in truth, love ourselves and not care at all about how our decisions and actions affect how others feel. That’s not self-love; that’s selfishness. Selfishness has no place in 5D earth. If it means someone else has to suffer hurt as a result, you’re deceiving yourself to suggest you deserve it. Nothing you deserve in love, leads to the real pain of someone else.