“When you encounter another being on your world, you are interacting with another aspect of who you are. You are multifaceted, multidimensional, and existing in all time and place at once. So of course there’s more to the story of you than just this lifetime and the history that you can recall from it. So when you encounter someone and you think that they are nothing like you, just remember that you know only a tiny fragment of that which you are, have been, and will be.
All of these other aspects of who you are come to you because there is something about them that contains something about you that you need to be more of your whole self. You may wish to ask yourself, ‘What is this person representing within me and how can I love that part of me that they represent? How can I see this person through the eyes of Source and welcome them home? How can I be more of who I am because I am now aware of this aspect of who I am?’
If you see every person as an opportunity to explore more of who you are, you may suddenly find everyone to be a bit more interesting. Instead of analyzing your friends and family members and coming up with your psychological theories about why they are how they are, recognize that in the bigger picture, they are you coming home to be acknowledged and loved, to be integrated, to be forgiven.
And once you do get exactly what you need from that individual, then you can choose, from a neutral position, whether you want to continue to explore more of who they are, or whether you are ready for the next piece. Realize that this is not an analogy or a metaphor. These are real aspects of who you are, and they are Love, and they are Source. And you are all here in service to one another.
We are Michael. We are infinite. We are Love.”