[quote=“charles9, post:28, topic:7326”][quote=“succupedia, post:12, topic:7326”]It doesn’t make it any better by being dogmatic about Lilith like that, does it? You just put fuel to the fire, grasping the myths and legends, rather than seeing her as someone with the ability to be benevolent and helpful to others.
Just as much as she is dark and demonic, she is also powerful in the divine current. It might be a rare spectrum of her, but it’s there. But the only one who can open that current of hers, is the one working with her. :)[/quote]Thank you. Putting more fuel to the fire is one of my specialties. Burns away the dross/bullshit so we can all get to the heart of the matter just a little faster:) All of what’s been said about lilith maybe true, but ignoring that she IS an adversarial spirit is a wonderful way of going about getting my balls ripped off:) Here’s some more fire. Seph maybe she’s trying to show you that blindly following anyone even her is foolish. So maybe just maybe, the best thing for you to do right now is to get away from all of them. tell that cult that you don’t need them in your life. And call up Lilith and say I don’t NEED YOU in my life anymore, you fucking WHORE!!. and deal with the fallout from that. If you agree to become anyone’s or anythings slave, you should not be surprised when you become there bitch. Thank on it;)[/quote]
If we are to believe that at the heart of it all, we are the absolute sovereigns of our own being and becoming, then the will of the individual is ultimate for the individual.
I would phrase charles9 suggestion differently of course.
I would say, if you desire this to be over, something like: “Our business is concluded and our contract dissolved, by my will. This is non-negotiable.” End ritual.
As there is no higher authority over the individual than the individual themselves, your will is what maintains, or voids any contract, pact, agreement, etc, because all of those require the active and ongoing consent of more than one party, and is basically just a representation of that mutual consent.
The contract is just a symbol; it is the consent that holds the two parties together. With consent withdrawn, there is no longer a symbol for it, thus the contracts influence which is an illusion to begin with, fades away.
Now of course your sentiments about whether doing the above is honorable or not, will vary with person to person, and will have consequences in that other entities may now be reluctant to engage with you in agreements, because you pulled the trump card on them, so to speak, and you may be on your own at that point.
But its an option.
As is renegotiating.
Or just biting the bullet and fulfilling your agreement.
Its really up to you.