Sometimes Not Helping Really Helps

Sometimes, Not Helping Really Helps!


Continuing the subject of helping others, I would add that helping isn’t beneficial in every case. Sometimes, the best help is not to help at all. A simple example: when passing by a homeless person, you must intuitively decide whether or not to give them money. This is because of the chance that s/he may buy drugs with it. So it’s important to remember that allowing someone to suffer can have or can create profound growth and meaning.

Suffering performs a very important function: it makes a person gain motivation to finally change, and to not make the same unconscious mistake/s over and over again. For you to help in such a situation can actually delay someone's development.


Understanding Suffering Through the Lens of Karma


Besides, suffering is always the result of our own karma: the consequence of our actions towards ourselves, our surroundings, and other people. We receive what we gave before. In order to balance the energy called karma, each of us has to go through some kind of suffering. It’s there to teach us at the soul level that wrong actions towards others aren’t desirable or good. In a nutshell, it’s about not doing things unto others that we wouldn’t want to experience ourselves.

If such a person is in process of deeply recognizing lessons of karma and so experiencing suffering, and we then begin to help him, that person might not make progress on their path at all. The lessons of karma must be worked through alone. For us, as a potential helper, it means that if we help someone repeatedly, they’ll not improve at all. If we may help them financially, for example, they will immediately lose money for yet another reason. When karma is involved, our resources shared as “help” will be wasted, and completely without effect.

In such situations, a compulsion to help even more intensively may arise in the "helper," but from such dynamics a vicious circle is created that leads to nothing. Hence, the option to help must always be first confirmed by our intuition, as to whether we ought to interfere in the life and karma of another person. This rule applies to everyone, no matter the type of help involved - as for example, even I don't always get permission to help a person experiencing spirit possession.


Understanding Spirits: Angry Spirits vs Savior Spirits


Understanding Spirits Angry Spirits vs Savior Spirits


Returning to the subject of spirits, and how we’re sometimes asked which spirits are “better”: angry spirits, or, those that pretend to be helpers or in other words "saviors." Well, all these spirits bring great suffering to the possessed individual. Both types have great problems with themselves, and are plunged into deep ignorance, not understanding their situation after the death of the physical body, nor what has happened to them. They think they have no control over absolutely anything, and to a large extent this is true.

People who’ve died in ignorance go on to suffer the consequences of their ignorance. However, even this is a lesson in itself. The soul will then remember how lost it was after the death of the physical body, and for the next incarnation, it will have the desire to change that. As you can see, in the universe everything exists and occurs for the purpose of learning.

The spirit of the "savior" is sometimes seen as a "good" spirit, but there’s in fact little difference between angry spirits and "savior" spirits. While an angry spirit would attack everyone around it out of rage, a "savior" spirit would actually do the same thing, just for the sake of some kind of ideology, rather than rage. A "savior" spirit falls under the same rules as an angry one, as it has the same set of negative emotions.

When the spirit of a "savior" approaches certain people, they readily accept this because the idea of salvation or rescue - of being helped - appeals to them. They think that when they strengthen the bond between themselves and the spirit, that they’ll not only become “better” people, but that God will also start looking at them with a kinder eye, and therefore He will love them more. Sometimes they even think that by helping others they become better than, in their assumption bad people, just in order to feel special or morally superior.


Does God Love Us Unconditionally, Regardless of Our Progress?

Meanwhile, God equally loves all His children, no matter what progress one has made in one’s own development. He knows that someday, in some incarnation, all people will reach the perfection of the ascended Masters, and that all limitations resulting from ignorance and immaturity are only temporary.

To confirm this, I suggest that you look at your life, beliefs, and behavior over the last ten years. Have you become a better person in the meantime? Of course you’ll still have many imperfections, but if you’re like most people - especially, like those people reading this - you should easily confirm that you’re a better person today than you were ten years ago.

There are some, though, who go into proverbial denial. As if out of rebellion, spite, or rage, they get worse and worse. Here, I can only assure you that such behavior will lead them to suffering they absolutely cannot bear, and will eventually decide to change. Simply put, no one is capable of suffering indefinitely. When they will finally decide to change, they’ll make much more progress, having experienced great suffering. All the most elevated people who ever lived on our planet have gone through great suffering.

Everyone reading this has the courage to do so only because they’ve gone through great suffering coming from spirit possession, or because they see the suffering caused by possession in their loved ones.





1. You can find more information about common symptoms of spirit attachment / possession here:


2. How to check whether you or your loved one are experiencing a spirit attachment?


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