Growing up, I had many images of successful family life placed before me. "Leave It to Beaver" was one of the examples of a loving family support system and "Father Knows Best" was another.
Each week one or two of the Anderson children had some kind of minor crisis. After he or she received wise words from his father, Jim Anderson, the youngster was able to successfully maneuver out of the situation. Often a life lesson was conveyed through the well written plot that I filed away in my young mind.
My own experience was not like either one of these television families. In a time when most of my neighbors were single income households, both of my parents worked full time. They both had white collar jobs.
My father was an engineer for Standard Oil, my mother worked for the California Highway Department. As a child, I was able to enjoy extras that my friends couldn't afford, but what I longed for was to be able to come home from school to my own house and my own mother.
Instead, I went to a neighbor's house to wait until my parents returned from work. I never felt like I was a priority to my mother. It was that early feeling of rejection that provided the inroad to many of the failures I experienced as I matured.
There were many successes over the years, but between the controlling influence of my mother and a deeply ingrained sense of insecurity, I never believed that I would truly succeed at anything.
Those fifth dimension beings that I have been discussing recently took full advantage of the hurts I sustained from family and friends.
Had I understood what was truly at work in my life, I could have navigated successfully around those obstacles long before I did.
I may not have altered every event that occurred, but I definitely would have been able to make better choices in addressing the challenges I faced.
I could have spent decades becoming more adept at winning.
Don't waste valuable time trying to battle unseen forces without the proper equipment.
Take the time to gain the knowledge needed to win.
I can promise you, it will be time well spent.
Your victory can be assured even if you never watched "Father Knows Best".#fifthdimensionbeings #fifthdimension