Do the Work
Hey folks! Thanks for reading. You may have noticed my posts are becoming slightly infrequent. This is purposeful.
You see, Rtut has guided me to do the work on this plane. This is pragmatic, it is practical. I am working 6-8 hours a day on a financial certification course. The gist of Rtut’s lesson is : to not look for shortcuts or way of avoiding work. I am to simply work on this certification course. Good ol fashioned work.
As an Aquarius, with Air dominant signs - doing work (element of earth) is sort of my polar opposite. I used to be quick to daydream and think about my goals and aims - without following any of it through with actual work.
I appreciate how this pathworking has led me to actual real world results, and not spirit-stuff. Sometimes, that is what we like to avoid. Work! We want to summon spirits and gain all this knowledge, but how much of it do we ground in this plane by doing actual work?
I suspect many more spiritual doors and wealth will continue to reveal themselves to me, provided I keep up this real world effort.
For posterity, this certification will provide a job that is base pay + commission. [I get a certain % of every sale I make]. The commission aspect can open up a serious flow of wealth. I suspect I will have less free time, as I must work to earn the flow of wealth.
Upon the successful completion of this certification course, I will continue with the other spirits in the Book of King Paimon. I am roughly halfway through the house of the demons. Next is angels, and then the djinn.
Rtut, you are appreciated and I value the work we will continue to do.
This question is for anybody who has done pathworking with any spirit. Anybody who has any input can comment or PM me.
Has a pathworking with a spirit ever led you to work with spirits in a separate “pantheon” or group?
Rtut seems to be leading me to work with a spirit of the zodiac, which is pretty far removed from the spirits under King Paimon. (or maybe I’m just not open to the idea).
The Insight of Rtut
Rtut helped me to see that I have some internal work to do. As a veteran, I still carry some internal self-dialogue that is harmful, critical to a fault, and not useful.
Rtut showed me that some of me still thinks of myself as lazy, and a freeloader. You’d think that working 6-8 on a finance course and working part time basically scream that I am not lazy - yet that is what I think of myself. I’m writing this because I need to externalize what I have internalized, and I know a few readers of these posts appreciate the honesty. So there you go.
Till the next.