Stop Looking For Rewards
My traditions taught me to put off my desires for rewards in a time to come. Yes, and my traditions taught me to do things, good works, even, that I may get some kind of reward for them. My traditions taught me to do favors for others and in doing so to expect some kind of payback. When this is where I am coming from I constantly put off the day when I manifest my desires.
Experiences such as these set conditions which I have to meet before I can have what I want. They set conditions around my desires.
Igal, a tribal leader, is the son of Joseph from the tribe of Issachar.
Issachar means "I WILL be compensated."
Igal is the ability to imagine due rewards. I will get what is due me at some time in the future. Igal gives power to evil.
Joseph is my power to form images. From the tribe of Issachar, it is my ability to form images of my due rewards. The ruling thought, "I will be compensated" puts off to a later time something I can have right now, with the words "will be." This is but one of the conditions imposed and makes instant manifestation unbelievable. This is enough to keep me from entering the Promised Land.
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