The ego seeks advantage not just socially but day-to-day, it taps the meter and rips off the electricity company, it fails to pay its debts, it steals from its employer, abuses friendships and rips off the rent man, its game is to take advantage. It allows the ego to think that it is cleverer than others.
In that false advantage there is a massive disadvantage, your etheric codes (the invisible life force energy around you) goes black and oily looking. People can feel it, a prospective employer knows you’re slimy, but he doesn’t how he knows, but he or she discriminates against you none the less.
If you suffer unusual setbacks look at what unfair advantage you have taken of others, and see how you treated them, and agree, if you wish, to fix it. Nothing you have ever done, said or felt is secret, there is a record of your entire life in your energy field in every minute detail.
In not taking advantage, you train the ego not to want things, not to yearn, once you have done that you are free. Stuart Wilde
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