“Over centuries you have been told that you have to care for other people and their problems unconditionally. It is extremely important that we look out for each other in families or in society. But offering help reaches a limit where the person seeking help is not ready to take responsibility for his/her own life and decisions. Or when the person even tries – consciously or not – to get energy from others, to boost up his/her own energy system. This is called neighbourly love, and it is alright for a short time. But in the long run you should watch your own limits, and that there is a balance between giving and taking. Otherwise you are in danger of being weakened and energetically drained, which neither helps you nor others.”

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