How not to turn the spiritual path into a mental game

Question: How can we work, deal and separate ourselves from separate selves and spirits without turning it into a mental game?


 

Answer from the Ascended Master Mother Mary through Kim Michaels. This answer was given at a conference in Estonia in 2018.

A very good question as they say. It may indeed for some people be necessary to go through a phase where you do turn it into a mental game because there are certain selves you need to clear out of the way and it doesn’t really matter how you do it as long as you do it. But there can come a point if you have turned this into a mental game, there needs to come a point where you realize that it’s not you who has turned it into a mental game, it’s another separate self that has created a mental game out of getting rid of these more easily seen separate selves. There may indeed for some people be a separate self that has turned the spiritual path into a mental game where you are constantly trying to raise yourself up, either compared to others or compared to some standard you have in your head and it can even be a competitive game. 

This is again a self and it can be more difficult to see this but again we have given you these teachings where Jesus for example talked about your spiritual modus operandi, how you see yourself and how you see the path, how you see the masters and by working with this you can certainly come to see that it is a separate self that is playing this game. It is not actually you and then you can decide whether you have had enough of it or whether you want to continue to play this mental game for another 87 embodiments, if that’s your desire. I am not recommending it my beloved, I am just saying you have free will. So if you let go of this mental game then this can be your last embodiment and that is what I would, for most of you, recommend. We have given teachings that not all of you are meant to ascend after this embodiment because you want to be part of manifesting Saint Germain’s Golden Age.

 

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