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The End of Suffering

The End of Suffering Heather Fraser

I have discovered that it is possible not to suffer, even in the midst of adversity. It's taken me a long time to understand this. It seems we need a lot of time and a lot of suffering on this Earth plane in order to reach a place of true surrender. I think that's why we came here.

Angels Born in Hell

Being here is the highest honor, like being admitted into the most esteemed university, and I don't think earning a PhD in life mastery happens only at our physical deaths. I think we graduate with our doctorate when we decide we've had enough of suffering and then choose to step into our god shoes.

Angels born in hell have a four-part mission: to remember who they are, to step into their god shoes, to ground heaven on earth, and to help others do the same.

Step One: Remember who you are. First you suffer. Suffering forces you to question your life. Once you start to question suffering, you find yourself wanting to remain more still and spend more time in solitude. You begin to embrace nature as a sacred elixir of life and you start to really listen. You breathe more deeply, start to pay attention, and feel the urge to create. All of this seems to stir up even more suffering.

That suffering is good because you are becoming real. This is where most people give up. They put their toes in the water, find it too icy cold, and go back to their comfortable easy chairs in front of the fireplace. Peeling back the layers of illusion hurts. There is no getting around it: to end suffering, we must undo what has been done. We must accept, let go, live in the moment, and finally surrender to that place within that is our true home, no matter what the cost. We surrender to love.