“There is a sense that you get when you ask yourselves the question of, ‘What am I here to do?’ That sense that you get is usually associated with something you love to do. But you all consider that what you love to do is either not profitable or not spiritual. And if it is profitable, then some of you resist the idea that it could also be spiritual.
So you have much resistance to the idea of finding your calling, doing it, making money, and still maintaining your sense of your self as a spiritual being. There is much debate on this topic. There are those who say that anyone who is spiritual would only give and would only help to be of service.
And even those of you who are doing what you love to do, recognizing that it is a spiritual calling, and are making a living from doing it, still have your qualms about asking for money, taking money, and promoting yourselves. Where did you ever get this idea that money is not spiritual and that the two should be kept as far away from each other as possible?
It doesn’t really matter where it got started. All that matters is whether you are going to continue to perpetuate that stigma or whether you can break yourselves free from the chains of that belief system. What you are here to do is to experience yourselves in every imaginable way without judgment.
So if you have a job and you earn a comfortable living, but you don’t think you are helping anyone by doing it, notice your judgment and release it. And if you are helping and you are also able to support yourselves with the money that you collect, notice your judgment and release it. And if you want to do something that you love to do, but you feel afraid that you will not be able to support yourself, notice that fear and let it go.
You can do what you love to do, be of service, and still be able to pay the bills. But first you must address all of these beliefs, and all of these judgments, and all of these fears, and face them with a new perspective. Face them while embracing yourselves.
We are Michael. We are infinite. We are Love.”