Wisdom comes from life experience, inner knowing and a broader view of the world. The Wisdom Keeper is someone who is able to learn from the experiences of others, and then turn around and share said knowledge with the rest of the community. They are not all knowing, nor are they required to live worldly lives. They are simply the guiding light withing a family. They hold the family together in times of need; such as death, birth, divorce, financial struggle and illness. They give hope in dire times, and love when comfort is needed.
I have been thinking about the role of the Family Wisdom Keeper, a lot lately. In this time of Psychic Evolution, we as a people are feeling a high level of stress. Sometimes the simple, everyday things of our life get overwhelming; let alone dealing with acute distress. The Wisdom Keeper, is a lot like a life raft…they may not be able to prevent us from feeling distress, but they certainly do comfort us and show us that safety is attainable.
It is important for us to recognize the efforts of our Family Wisdom Keepers. They often hide their own needs, so that they can be strong for the rest of us. They make sacrifices of both time and money, and they do so because they believe it to be the right thing to do. It is also important for us to recognize our role as the Family Wisdom Keepers. After all, I believe most of you reading this; are the ones who hold your families together. You are the ones who put community before self, and I am proud of you for that.
I recognize myself as a Wisdom Keeper, and there are times when I feel heavy with the load of other peoples burdens. But I could not imagine living my life, any other way. I often refer to myself as a life raft, and sometimes the raft that is me is waited down heavy. I once felt sorry for myself about this, and was having a bit of a pity party in head, over how much I had to carry, and how many people relied on me. At that moment Peter (one of my Spirit Guides); who I refer to as ‘Big Business’…piped in. He simply said “Well Sali, it’s a lot easier being the life raft, then it is being the person drowning in the middle of the ocean, looking for a life raft’. Point well taken…I have never