We Are Here To Do Spiritual Work A Well As Physical Work
The human predicament is that we are here to evolve our souls, while also, living in the physical world.
We are abundant and expansive souls trapped in human bodies, that are limited in what they can accomplish. We have to brush our teeth and go to the bathroom (along with an extensive list of other things we must accomplish in order to feel happy, balanced, and be successful), and yet, we also must pay the bills, take care of our families and friendships, and finally, do spiritual work to evolve.
This is what so many of us are lacking — the spiritual component. Whereas others who may be more spiritually-inclined might actually lack the physical component. This is why so many old souls become homeless or have other tasks they must face that seem more daunting than the usual. And a lot of them have trouble coming out of it.
The trick is to strike a balance between the two.
I have come to this earth as a very evolved soul, and have been doing a lot of spiritual work in this lifetime, more than many of my peers. As an old soul I actually did struggle to find that grounding in the physical world, because the physical world structures I initially aligned with do not necessarily suit me as an old soul with intuitive and psychic gifts. And so, I have had to find my way in the physical world, with, now a spiritual career.
Those who are too trapped in the physical world will suffer, and, those who are too trapped in the spiritual world will suffer. We do have to find a balance, because this is not something we are taught in school, and many are not taught growing up — we are only taught the physical. But we have to do both to be truly balanced and successful.
If you are unsatisfied with your life, I recommend asking yourself if you are a more spiritual person or a more physical person, and then, take the time and effort to do more work in the opposite realm.
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