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There’s no “job assignment” from God

I’ve talked about self authority on this blog in the past. It’s something I feel very strongly about. My whole practice, including my one-on-one readings and the content I teach in my courses encourages people to be their own authority in their lives. As spiritual beings we’ve spent eons looking to outside forces to tell us what to do. We see this with religion, we see this with politics, and we even see it in our education system. We have to stop doing that!

There is no job assignment from the God. Your purpose is to experience your Spiritual nature in your human experience. Some people call this ascension. Some call it enlightenment. How you do that is entirely up to you. All of the answers can be found by looking inward. We don’t have to get the answers from psychic’s, spiritual teachers, or anyone else. Sure, they help us along our path—but they are not meant to be authority figures!

Somewhere along the way, as part of our spiritual evolution, we decided that we were not powerful enough. We felt we needed our government and religious leaders to tell us what to do in order to keep us safe. We decided that if we want to grow and evolve, we should do what everybody else is doing and make that our path. According to my Guides, 86% of the planet is still living from that paradigm.

The reason why I’m writing this article is because I get emails just about every day from people who tell me  about their experiences. Many assume because a spirit is close to them, perhaps trying to make contact with them, that there is some Divine “job assignment” that they must fulfill. People are awakening at a rapid pace. It’s very common to see things on the corner of your eye, to hear things in the middle the night, and to feel the presence of other entities. It happens! You are powerful and all it takes is your intention to make them go away.

Spirit is going to support you in whatever path you want to go on. That path is your choice. There is a learning experience in everything. It doesn’t matter what choices you make, you’re going to learn from them.

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  1. This is great! I think also a lot of people give up their personal autonomy to psychics and intuitives – waiting to be told what to do, what career they should have, and all that stuff.

    It’s impressive how invasive pieces of “advice” can be. I was chatting with a co-worker who doesn’t want to go to university, but insists on staying because he MAY need a degree later. Even though he wants to make movies. My friend is staying in school for similar reasons: even though he told another person that he felt that he had “lost his fire” since being in school. BUT HE WON’T DROP OUT.

    I feel that MANY people afraid to go against what they’re considering to be rational advice, but it’s really NOT. Just do whatever you feel inspired to do – who gives a fuck if it’s an alternative or completely off the grid lifestyle? So what if you want to drop out of college, travel the US/World and just write? Why do you need to have a full time job, why do you need to start your own business, why do you need to listen to piss poor advice?

    I love all your posts!

    • Very well put Tatiana! Thank you so much!!!

  2. I agree as well that anger is a derivative, coming from fear.
    It usually is people around us, that we blame for ‘making us’ angry, or putting us in a situation that causes us to get angry…
    It has helped me to think of ( and no, I’m not yet able to stay on a vibration that Allows me to be ‘conscious’ in EVERY moment anger arises..) how essentially humans ARE good. It is NOT in human nature to hurt, let alone kill.
    In order for a person to be able to kill, something in their ‘physical being-brain’ went wrong ( aside from the fact that any emotion causing one to want to hurt another, IS a derivative of fear, again!) . Kind of like a glitch in the ‘computer’ ( which it really is: a biocomputer)
    Think of yourself, deep down, NO ONE wants to hurt anyone.
    And then think of the person that ‘hurt’ you, and why they might have done so.
    There is a lesson to be learned from that hurt. ( which in turn makes it a ‘positive’ for you)
    Thing is: learn the lesson, and let it go!
    No one benefits from carrying the ‘negative’ aspect of the situation into the NOW, and from here, consequentially into the future. That WILL bring you to the SAME situation as long as it takes for you to learn THAT lesson.
    As I look back on situations in my life, I now see,how EVERY ‘negative’ situation had the PURPOSE of turning something ‘positive’. And that allowed me to let go of anger I had towards people that ‘did wrong’ by me, as well as GUILT I felt towards this I felt I ‘did wrong’
    Ps.: there is no wrong or right, negative/ positive….everything just IS ( Indefinite Source)

    • I totally agree. Right and wrong are just part of the polarity on this planet. I really like how you explained everything! Very nicely said!

  3. As for the 86% sheep population, well you have to understand their perspective. They feel lost and scared without some kind of guidance of some sort. It’s like riding a bicycle for the first time. You might need training wheels even though your goal is to eventually ride without them.

    For some souls they need training wheels in the form of authority to at least push them along. I have noticed that cruel people or dishonest people need some kind of authority or reassurance that they are on the right path. They have not yet learned to be a more spiritually pure person yet and need a sort of reassurance. It’s like housebreaking a puppy; he might poop on the floor but he simply doesn’t know any better. He needs someone to smack him with a newspaper so he can be a better dog.

    And as for not following your dreams and all, I have to say at least from my own observations and experiences, some people are meant to have crappy lives trying to reach for that carrot that they can’t reach. It could be a form of karma or some kind of lesson they have to learn. In hollywood there are tons of waiters who audition all the time and yet they never score their big break. Compare that to some “famous” people who just manage to score movie deals and millions of dollars for barely any effort. Paris Hilton is an example, she’s born into millions and is famous for being famous. Why in the heck is this?

    At least so far from my own experiences I have concluded that everyone is on their own path and the “harder” the path the more fulfilling it is. You can’t really grow and learn if you just an easy life partying and goofing off all the time.

    • Thanks so much for the comment Joey! Great insights as usual!

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