Friday, March 26, 2010

Spend Money on your Spiritual Development

I am a big fan of Carolyn Evers and Richard Presser. I think they -- and of course the angelic beings they work with -- are among the best sources for guidance in these times, or indeed in any time.

Couldn't you use a little guidance?

Actually, because of certain Divine Providence, it has become easy to do what in the past was quite difficult. The fact of the matter is, if you had to clear all your karma the old-fashioned way, the way that all people had to do it in the centuries before this period of Divine Grace, it would be virtually impossible.

I have heard that, in ten million years of inhabitation (not always by Homo Sapiens), a grand total of 300 souls have been able to escape the wheel of reincarnation through the total clearing of karma by their own efforts.

By my understanding, souls often intend to clear karma when they plan a lifetime on earth. However, during that lifetime, due to forgetfulness and the environment in which they have to live, they often accumulate more karma than when they started! It's like a spiral of ever-increasing debt. You can't pay it off.

That's why this is known as a Prison Planet. There's no way out. The Prime Creator had to change the rules, or there would be nobody ascending during the Ascension.

So, it's not just about guidance, it's about getting some work done, sort of like going to the dentist to take care of a root canal.

Think of all the things you spend money on. How much was your last cellphone bill? How much do you spend on health insurance? Do you drive the cheapest car you can buy? Or is it a nicer one? How about that vacation in Cabo San Lucas?

Can't you spend $300 or $1000 or $5000 (over the course of several years) on what's really important?

I give Carolyn and Richard about $100 a month for their conference calls, plus another $20-50 or so for various publications. Also, I've had not one but two $333 conference calls with them (I had a lot of work to do). If you add it all up, it comes to about $5000 over three years, I figure, or about $1666 per year, or about $140 a month.

Look at it from their standpoint. If there are fifty people like me, offering $140 a month (average) for their services, that works out to 50x$140 or $7000 a month gross income. Before expenses, payroll taxes, health insurance, and all the rest. It's not really a way to get rich. In fact, it's a crummy business, done in the spirit of world service.

Let me tell you though: world service to a bunch of moaning buttheads gets a little old sometimes.

If Ascension isn't worth $140 a month to you, maybe you should spend it on your gym membership instead.

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