Barriers to Health, Advancement in Life and Financial Success (Part 2)

Michael Dewar, Sr.

In Part 1 of this article, I dealt with the harmful lifestyle histories of past dwellers that are memorialized in the space you now call home. The past deeds of these people continue to exert harmful influence like toxic chemicals buried at a location but unknown to new dwellers. Lifestyle histories need to be spiritual cleaned up. I say spiritual clean up, because new wallpaper or a paint job cannot cover spiritual desecration. Neither can detergents and disinfectants remove it. A spiritual authority has to intentionally remove it before new dwellers move in to live, or shortly thereafter. The workplace is affected in a similar way, and that is the focus of this part of the article.

The number one place that most people strive to advance is at their work, because the quality of live they aspire to lead is largely based upon economics. Economics determines the house and neighborhood we live in, the college our children attend, and the other perks the good life offers. However, some people, in spite of having good education and good jobs, their lives are bedeviled by series of unexplainable setbacks, barriers that eclipse personal growth and progress.  This article offers one possible explanation, one most people never thought about. To apply these suggestions at work, however, is not practical for everyone given the nature of some workplaces, much wisdom is needed.

Here is a case scenario that may better illustrate the point. David is a young executive that has just landed his dream job in a multinational company. His office suite is on the 10th floor of a downtown skyscraper. He enjoys a panoramic view of the majestic layout of the city. What he does not know is the history of the office he now occupies. The man who ruthlessly built the company almost single-handedly, occupied this office for thirty years. He destroyed many lives to amass his fortune. Since his passing, David is the third executive to occupy this office, none of them stayed more than six months before something unexpected happened to cause their termination. David is not privy to the details of this information; it is a well-kept secret. Workers are quietly placing bets to see if he will make it to the six-month mark.

Now, here is what David did not learn in science class or at the prestigious business school he graduated from: all the lives that have gone through that office are memorialized in that space.  Their physical DNA is still there, but more importantly, their histories like toxic chemicals continue to exert influence in that office as well. David may have brought in a decorator to give the office a new look, but that will have nothing to do with his success. Workers whisper beneath their breath that the office is bewitched, and David will be the next causality. This bewitching thing is a little superstitious of course, and that is not what I am about in this article. For good or evil, there is an unseen reality that influences every location that humans have occupied for sometimes.

What is David to do? How would you advise him? If I were advising David this is what I would do (bear in mind, I am a pastor, a spiritual authority). I would have lunch with him and congratulate him on his new position, then offer to spiritually cleanse and bless his office. I would put it in such a way that no would hardly be an option. We would arrange to have cleansing done discreetly. I know—for some people, if they cannot see it, it does not exist. But pain, gravity, energy, and a hosts of other things are real even though I cannot see them.

Spiritual cleansing is designed to end the influence of all previous human histories in that office and give David a truly new start with a higher spiritual authority behind him. If you are a spiritual person and have your own office, you can do the same and have your office or immediate work station spiritually cleansed. If you share office, you can spiritually cleanse your cubicle or desk area without attracting the attention of skeptical eyes. All you need is a spiritual cleansing guide and a business office cleansing kit. Learn more here.

Published by The Dwelling Place

I am, Michael Dewar, author and director of Dwelling Place and the chief writer. Professionally, I am pastor, Bible teacher, mentor in the spiritual life, a specialist and consultant in church and family conflicts. I also have a background in Social Work (LMSW) and mental healtn.

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