This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from someone who wishes to remain anonymous.
EVERYTHING. I worry, I feel fear, and my successes only come after working myself to the bone. A friend of mine told me that it was because I have to pay my dues and earn my way to success. Do you agree with this?
Thanks so much!
Many people seem to think that suffering and struggle are a natural part of life.
They say to themselves, “I just have to pay my dues.” Or, “Maybe I’m supposed to go through this struggle.”
Let me say this plainly: You are not supposed to struggle or suffer.
Just look at nature…
Nothing in nature
You don’t see squirrels sitting on a fence worrying about where their next nut is going to come from, or an oak tree telling another oak tree it’s afraid to be seen.
Struggle is an indication.
It’s actually a result that is showing you that you are out of harmony with the Universal Laws, quite likely The Law of More Life and the Reciprocating Law of Spirit.
As I’ve said previously, when people send Spirit a mixed message, through The Reciprocating Law of Spirit, they receive a manifestation of that message exactly as it is.
And over time, they fall into a place of “getting or taking”, which is not in harmony with the Law of More Life.
Which simply means: If we don’t add to the life of others, and to life itself, we’re actually taking from life, and we will be broken down as well.
Take a good long look at what you may be resisting doing or being, the resistance is most likely what’s causing the struggle.
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