Question: The issue of generational conflict. My mother was born after the war. My daughter was born at the beginning of the 21st century. I love both of them very much but there is a constant conflict between them. I cannot take sides but I really want them to find a common language. Both of them do not believe in the teachings of the ascended masters. What are the calls for resolving such conflicts?
Answer from the Ascended Master Mother Mary through Kim Michaels. This answer was given at the 2020 Webinar – Being the Divine Mother.
Well, again, the ultimate way to help them was to help both of them or at least your daughter see the value of healing psychology. This could have a positive impact where your mother might be too old, might be too set in her ways to work on her psychology but if your daughter could do it, she could stop having as confrontational of a relationship with her grandmother.
Now you can also work on your own psychology and say: “Why do you feel powerless to do something about this? Why do you feel that it is either a matter of taking sides or not doing anything?” If you can resolve certain things in your own psychology, you can certainly help at least your daughter and perhaps even your mother, adopt a different approach a different attitude to each other. In terms of making calls, well you can give invocations on their behalf for the resolution of psychology, but I suggest giving the violet flame to consume karma that they have with each other.
It is not so that you can necessarily thereby heal the relationship because they have to be willing to consciously change. But if you can consume some of the karma that causes this conflict and has caused them to be in conflict in several embodiments, then perhaps they will be able to make that conscious change which they cannot do now. There is of course a more realistic hope that your daughter can do this as she grows older and matures and hopefully can start working on her psychology and realizing that there really is no point in her fighting with her grandmother in the few years her grandmother still has left to live.
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