A Story of Betrayal

bridgeOnce there was a friendship. Two people who enjoyed each others company. They laughed, they shared jokes, they enjoyed spending time together. Others could tell the two were very good friends.

Time goes on and the friends are still intertwined in the others’ life, but not as tight. They are still friends but there’s not as much time shared together. They speak of getting together but that never seems to happen.

Though they each still consider the other a friend.

Then one of the friends has been taken over by the influence of another, some call The Evil One. They hide their voice inside because they are afraid of what might happen to them if they stand up for themselves.

And because of The Evil One’s influence, they betray the one who was once considered their friend. 

The outward appearance is they have no recollection of the friendship there once was. This makes the betrayal go even deeper into the heart.

The betrayed gathers together what they know will carry them through the pain. 

Feel the pain, allow it to move through. Write about it, and feel it some more. Then focus on the good in life, focus on the positive in life, focus on service to others.

Focus on the strength and love inside. Focus on where you are going. Send love and blessings to the betrayer and to The Evil One.

The betrayer is in their own hell, of their own making. It is their choice to accept the love and light or whether they accept the influence of The Evil One.

The betrayed is healing with the love and light they surround themselves with, through friends, through family, through Angels and Guides and through their own inner work. That is their choice.

We all have a choice.

Angel Blessings to you.


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12 Responses to A Story of Betrayal
  1. Jeff Mere
    January 26, 2013 | 5:27 pm

    Wow Sue; SUPER message! Have you beeing peeking in on my life? I believe you have touched on an area that affects many! Thanks for sharing and for the incredible insight!

    • Susanne Broome
      January 26, 2013 | 5:29 pm

      Thank you Jeff 🙂 I haven’t been peeking but I guess we must be each others mirrors for today.

  2. Cheryl Thomas
    January 26, 2013 | 5:39 pm

    Very thought-provoking. Being betrayed and allowing the betrayal to consume us are two totally different things. Remembering the betrayer is only human, with faults and insecurities we may not fully understand, but still choosing to forgive, not judge and move on is the best thing.

    • Susanne Broome
      January 26, 2013 | 5:47 pm

      Thank you Cheryl.

  3. Michelle Nichols
    January 26, 2013 | 7:11 pm

    Thoughtful perspective! Thanks Sue. You can control your own feelings and actions, but not those of others.

    • Susanne Broome
      January 26, 2013 | 7:44 pm

      Exactly. And we can continue to share our love and light.

  4. Carol
    January 26, 2013 | 7:22 pm

    Thank you so much for this read. I am working through an episode of betrayal at the moment and your words have reinforced my strategy of survival. Sometimes we doubt that we are taking the right approach and it is difficult to let go of the friendship without an apology or explanation. But I realised that that was not going to happen and that was then I just had to walk away. It doesn’t mean I understand. It doesn’t mean I don’t miss that person who I once knew and loved. But that person is no longer part of my life and I am learning to live without that friendship and love and strength that that person brought to my life.

    • Susanne Broome
      January 26, 2013 | 7:43 pm

      You are so right on Carol. Glad I shared my experience. And yes, we still grieve the loss. Angel hugs.

  5. Dot Hurley
    January 27, 2013 | 12:47 pm

    A powerful piece. I believe that only ourselves are responsible for our feelings and no-one else can make us feel a certain way. Not always easy to put into practice though

    • Susanne Broome
      January 27, 2013 | 12:51 pm

      Yes, we are responsible and no, it’s not always easy. I think that’s why it’s called practice – because we’re always doing it 🙂

  6. Te
    January 28, 2013 | 4:47 am

    Im hopeless at letting go and forgiving. I just want to punish them and then cut them out of my life so I dont need to think about it.

    • Susanne Broome
      January 28, 2013 | 8:16 am

      Remember what you’re doing to them, you’re doing to yourself 10-fold… Forgiveness doesn’t mean the action they took was nice or that you agree with it.

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