I’ve been working with Belial quite a bit. He seems to be encouraging me not to be afraid of anger, but to use it as a tool. He says sometimes anger is the only way we can break out of an uncomfortable situation.
I have a job right now that I really don’t enjoy. I feel like I’m made for so much more than just doing this job.
Belial hasn’t contradicted that sentiment, but when I express my frustration about it, he sort of shrugs his shoulders and says, “So, get angry about it.”
The message seems to be that true change won’t happen until my current situation becomes so intolerable that I have no choice but to create a change.
This is a new way for me. I usually try to stay pretty positive, but I have no idea what Belial’s trying to do in my life.
I’m posting this I guess for confirmation. Does this sound like how Belial would normally respond?