[quote=“dellamage, post:2, topic:2676”]lol you do not need magic for this.
Just start being a fuckin egoist, except for your closest family and real friends.[/quote]
no, but I do need more of a Left handed mentality
[quote=“NariusV, post:3, topic:2676”]What you need to know.
- Know what you want. (Most people don’t get past step one.)
- Get what you want. (Use whatever works for you.)
- Repeat as needed. (You will grow and transform along the way, so your wants will most likely expand and change. If they don’t, great, because you’ll be living your dream life anyway when you already have what you want.)[/quote]
This is getting the ball rolling, Thank you
[quote=“Lady Eva, post:4, topic:2676”]What Narius said!
Sounds to me like you were living the fake-light “give to get” paradigm in which you’re good and nice and giving so that everyone has to be nice back to you.
If you really cared for that person, you wouldn’t have wanted anything back and would happily have accepted their choice, right? You were in it for your own desired results all along.
(Sorry, but you did say you wanted it straight!)
Everyone is already selfish and after their own best interests on the RHP, then at some point they burn out from dealing with other people’s toxins (instead of transmuting their own, which is more of an LHP thing) and decide to accept “god’s” will/all is as it should be because they’ve given up, gotten far too bruised from making their life about everyone else (fair enough - other people are crazy assholes) and want to cease existing.
Transmute your own dross through ceasing to have any investment in other people’s outcomes (unless you’re knowingly manipulating them to be as you want them to be - an act of making your will dominant over theirs) and through working your own ascent, empowerment, whatever you want to call it.
The RHP model of “helping” others is a lie that always falls in on itself, once the practitioner realises they violate the will of god or whatever every time they take an action based on their own interests.[/quote]
while you might have a point about the "give and Get’’ concept, the over all statement is out of place.
although it does help me realize where I did go wrong, SO thank you for that