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Pay the Price. Top 10 Posts.

Pay the price. It's a spiritual requirement here at Earth School.

Pay the price. This Top 10 list helps you develop discernment on your path of personal growth.

“Pay the price” — what does that mean. Often there’s a hidden, spiritual price. It’s hidden.

Yes, of course, life is designed for personal growth. This Top 10 article helps you explore what it means, spiritually, to “pay the price.”

In this context, spiritual discernment means this: Learn to tell the difference between Earth School and Heaven. Like it or not, we mortals must pay a price for just about everything we get. A hidden price. Not just 10 times but 10 x 10 and more.

Why must we always pay a price? Well, hello! Because this is a Learning Planet.

Admittedly I was surprised when this Top 10 topic gathered momentum.

All Along You’ve Had to Pay the Price

Here at this blog, blog posts on “pay the price” hit a nerve with many readers. How could I tell?

Some of the Top 10 articles listed here brought forth a LOT of guest posts. Plus the usual wealth of comments.

Personally, I’ve loved all our conversations here on the theme of “pay the price.” It opened my heart of compassion. And each of the 10 following articles helped me to think more deeply about what is really involved today. Being human, now, people have so many choices.

How often do we take into consideration, “What price will I have to pay?”

If you find this topic as fascinating as I do, search for new articles by typing PAY PRICE into our search box. From time to time, we’ll surely feature new articles on this topic. Maybe one of them will be a guest post by YOU. 🙂

Pay the Price, Discernment #1

Let’s introduce the idea of what it means, in a spiritual sense, to pay the price for what you’ve got.

Are You Willing to Pay the Price Spiritually? Perspective from RES.

Pay the Price, Discernment #2

This article explores paying a price for spiritual growth, living now, in the Age of Awakening.

The Guru Game in the Age of Awakening

Pay the Price, Discernment #3

In this guest post, MARK describes the hidden price he paid for the glamour of being a music prodigy.

As a Piano Prodigy, Paying the Price. A Guest Post by Mark

Pay the Price, Discernment #4

Looking gorgeous or handsome? There’s so much pressure in our society to look good. Yet maybe it’s not always as much fun as it seems. Could a Beauty Object sometimes have to pay a price?

Paying the Price of Beauty. A Guest Post by LYNETTE

Pay the Price, Discernment #5

Success is sweet. Looks sweet. Sounds sweet.

But success doesn’t necessarily come as easily as one might think

Paying the Price for My College Degree. A Guest Post by EMILY T.

Pay the Price, Discernment #6

Getting help is wise, whether recovering from a calamity or seeking justice. Yet sometimes one might pay a price just for trying to get the help.

Energy HEALING skills of Rosetree Energy Spirituality (RES) helped in this case, among many.

Cutting a Cord of Attachment to a Lawyer. Paying the Hidden Price.

Pay the Price, Discernment #7

Cutting an Abortion Cord of Attachment. Informative, as Always

Pay the Price, Discernment #8

Paying the Price as an Empath. A Guest Post by LILIAN

Pay the Price, Discernment #9

Aura Reading Justin Bieber. How Has Fame Changed Him?

Pay the Price, Discernment #10

Aura Reading Brittany Murphy, Dying Young in Pursuit of Fame

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  1. 1
    Eleanor Thomas says:

    Very helpful, Rose! Such an important topic for the Age of Awakening.

    I think it is easy to think that if we are making the “right” choices–or something is “meant to be”–then we will not have to pay a price! How silly, in retrospect!

    Instead, perhaps what makes a choice “the right one” is that it is one where we are *willing* to pay the price!

  2. 2
    Lilian says:

    thumbs up for “The Guru Game”.

  3. 3
    Lilian says:

    Absolutely Eleanor! Also, the right choice (the one that most contributes to our spiritual development) may be one that benefits other people as much as it does ourselves.

  4. 4
    Brianne says:

    It took me a long time to realize that paying the price is not a punishment.

    It’s how things work on a learning planet. Without consequences, how could we possibly learn anything??

  5. 5
    Brianne says:

    Of course, as Eleanor points out in #1, the tricky thing is finding the choice that has a price we’re willing to pay (and sometimes a price that is, mostly, a joy to pay).

  6. 6
    Brianne says:

    Energetic literacy is such a help for this!

    Though it does not replace my decision making. Sometimes there are things that look good from an energetic literacy perspective that I still choose to not do, or to delay, for various objective reality reasons.

    Energetic literacy is not a crystal ball, an oracle’s decree, or a Divine command after all! 😀

  7. 7
    Sky says:

    Eleanor, brilliantly put.

    A price we’re willing to pay doesn’t necessarily mean that we’ll be happy about it all the time.

    Just that we are choosing to make that choice.

  8. 8
    Sky says:

    Brianne, I read your comment #6 multiple times.

    Much needed timely reminder for me.

    I started to focus on getting various new skill sets so that I can make informed practical decisions here at the surface level.

  9. 9
    Sky says:

    I value RES so much that I never want to turn Energetic Literacy to a form of guru on its own.

  10. 10
    Brianne says:

    Sky, I’m glad it was useful. 🙂

    It took me a little while to figure that one out. Energetic literacy is just so darned useful at pointing out things I hadn’t quite realized yet.

  11. 11
    Brianne says:

    But it’s just telling me things about myself.

    I still get to choose what I want to do with the information.

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