Question: What is the deeper meaning of: “Do not cast your pearls before swine?”
Answer from the Ascended Master Jesus through Kim Michaels. This answer was given during the 2020 Webinar – Choosing America’s Future.
Well, it is simply that when you are a spiritual person, and you are sharing your spiritual insights or your experiences, you need to have a certain discernment, a certain sensitivity and realize that there are some people that you cannot help. They are not open because they are not yet at this level of consciousness. I know that many people, when they first find the spiritual path, get very enthusiastic and want to help everybody, they want to awaken everyone to the spiritual path, because they think this will be beneficial to everyone.
But it will not be beneficial to people who have such a low level of consciousness that they can not grasp it. So, if you are above the 48th level, you cannot expect people below the 48th level to embrace the spiritual path that you have embraced. If you spend too much time and energy on this, and especially if you become persistent so people get angry with you, you are in a sense casting your pearls before swine and wasting your time and energy.
It is, as this messenger realized after many disappointments, necessary to come to a point on the path where you are saying, “I cannot help everybody. I’m not meant to help everybody, I can only help certain people. Therefore, I will focus my time and attention on the people I can help and not on the people I can’t help”. There are many times you can have karma with certain people and therefore you can become very attached to helping them or changing them or changing the way they look at you. But if you sense this attachment in yourself, realize that it comes from a separate self. Use the tools to work on that self until you can let go of any attachment to changing that other person. There are people on the spiritual path that you simply have to let go of because you will not be able to move higher, you will not be able to move beyond a certain point on the path as long as you are still attached to changing these people or changing their opinion of you.
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