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Fighting Against Circumstances

Posted By: Randy GageJune 13, 2019

You often hear people complaining about the circumstances they are fighting.  But that’s like fighting symptoms and ignoring the cause.

As James Allen would tell us, that is fighting an effect, all the while you are nourishing and preserving the cause that is in your heart.  Now that cause could be a conscious habit like alcohol, other drugs or a gambling addiction.  Or an unconscious belief like thinking you are not worthy, money is bad, or that it is spiritual to be poor.  Unless and until you deal with the cause, the effect is going to keep coming back.

So think about any challenges you're facing right now.  Are you fighting the circumstances, or dealing with the actual cause?

- RG

4 comments on “Fighting Against Circumstances”

  1. Simple post, explaining a simple concept. Remember in the 80s hearing someone reply to the challenge "It's difficult, under the circumstances..." with "Get out from under there and create your own circumstances."

  2. I use to say that no homeless have problems with the lack of money. It is only the symptom. They are hating money, and that's why they don't have any. Therefore giving them money helps nothing. This is why government aid and welfare never works.

    1. It's true that some people who are homeless probably have subconscious negativity about money. But it really isn't fair to generalize that as true for all homeless people. there are many extenuating circumstances and often mental illness is involved.

  3. Am well aware that "effects" are symptoms of non-serving beliefs. The challenge continues in detecting & releasing ALL of those beliefs

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  • 4 comments on “Fighting Against Circumstances”

    1. Simple post, explaining a simple concept. Remember in the 80s hearing someone reply to the challenge "It's difficult, under the circumstances..." with "Get out from under there and create your own circumstances."

    2. I use to say that no homeless have problems with the lack of money. It is only the symptom. They are hating money, and that's why they don't have any. Therefore giving them money helps nothing. This is why government aid and welfare never works.

      1. It's true that some people who are homeless probably have subconscious negativity about money. But it really isn't fair to generalize that as true for all homeless people. there are many extenuating circumstances and often mental illness is involved.

    3. Am well aware that "effects" are symptoms of non-serving beliefs. The challenge continues in detecting & releasing ALL of those beliefs

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