People who come to me don’t know that you cannot have anything long without earning it.
In Kabbalah they talk about the advance of Light… that you lost with interest… if you don’t do what you promised to do.
I learned this the hard way: I promised to send a stack of postdated checks as a donation to the Kabbalah Centre. Then I realized that it wasn’t going to work for me, and didn’t send the checks.
When I made the promise, the result was almost instant: I got several orders, and I made a lot of money that day.
Then, when I decided not to send the checks, the refund requests came, I hurt my back and had to see a chiropractor every day for two weeks, and my car broke down needing repair.
Returned the Light with interest… lot of interest.
Why it works that way? I don’t know. The higher your consciousness the more it works this way. So I figure it must be an inner thing… you’ll make sure you don’t live on bread of shame.
When you come to a webinar, or you pay me $25 to activate a capacity, you are promising to use it. That promise initiates a transaction with the Light…
The Light promised you, depending on your abilities, a million to a billion dollars worth of light in return to your work on turning that capacity on fully.
So it’s not a free for all, or $25 for a lifetime of bliss… not at all.
It is easier to keep a capacity on, to do the actions that make it fully useful, than to do the work of preparation and paradigm shift. But it is work, and you have to do it.
If you don’t do it, the price of not doing it will be something you probably didn’t want to pay.
I see this on people… they have their hands out, excited, and then crash and burn. They didn’t do any work… probably weren’t even ready. Weren’t up for it.
It’s a fact of life: you can’t run before you crawl a lot.
The other type of fiasco is the liar. Hoarding capacities for the significance of having them, but not to use. Having 30 capacities, but using 10.
Your Consciousness won’t even allow you to promise: the capacity won’t even turn on. You have bad credit with the Universe.
There is a sentence in the New Testament: “For to the one who has, more will be given, and he will have an abundance, but … Whoever does not have, even what he has will be taken away from him”
This quote fits: it’s about the light, about promises, about unearned light. No one actually knows what was meant… like all of Jesus’ sayings, it’s vague, cryptic, and can be interpreted dozens of different ways. Clever…
This coming weekend I’ll activate, again, courage. What else? I don’t know. Maybe self-trust?
If you decide to come, you better be prepared to do the work that activates courage, that makes it real in your life. Not ready? Please don’t come.
If your life isn’t proof that you are in the habit of doing work other than what you have to do to make a living… this may not be for you.