Meeting in Poland on 23 and 24 January 2016
Foreign things (continuation)
Another example is when a person has a job for which he is paid, he does his job within the scope of his duties and a grateful customer gave him some present. That present and item would be a 'foreign thing' for the one who received it, and it would create an energy connection with the one who expressed his gratitude by the gift. It is good to accept such thing and then sell it.
Participant: What if the employee refuses to accept it?
Rositsa Avela: That may set the grateful customer negatively, and he may be offended. What if that is an important customer and such an action make him withdraw from the business? Hardly a person can afford that to happen to his own business, or if he is an employee of the business of his boss, the boss may fire him if he knew what had happened. Therefore it is better to accept gifts and to thank a lot. And then quickly sell what was received as a gift.
After the sale, if a person wants to feel good and the goods that he bought with money from the sale of the foreign thing to be useful for him, it is necessary to separate a Divine Tithe and Donation to God from the total amount of the sold items. God's tithe is 10% and the Donation to God everyone individually determines how much it would be.
When a person begins to separate the foreign and harmful things and quickly free himself from then he might realise that he will have to buy quite a lot of things, then the Donation to God may be very small amount.
If the thing from which he free himself through sale is quite harmful, for example, he knows that its owner has lost his purity, or for him the item is associated with very bad memories, etc., then if the person wishes, he may donate to God the entire amount of the sale of such an item to create more good karma that would help him to recover from the harmful effect of the sold item.
Let's go back to our example. An employee receives a salary for his work, and a grateful customer gives him a gift that is a donation. But if the employee has done something that is beyond the scope of his official duties, for which he receives the salary and the customer is very pleased and in addition to the established payment gives an extra fee or something, that thing is considered to be a payment for additional work. For example, when the shopkeeper sells an item, besides that he is polite and advise the customer, at the end he helps him to put it into his car.
If it happens that the seller at the end blesses the customer in some way:
The purchased item to brings him only joy and to works without any problems or
The customer to be successful in life, or
The customer to be healthy and happy, or
To wish the customer very successful day, etc.
Then that is also a reason for the buyer to give the seller a tip, treat or some gift if he wants that blessing to be realised in his life on the material plane. Because if he fails to do so, the blessing will remain on the subtle plane only as a possibility. The recommendation in that case and what is the best is to give a tip, so that the person buys something like tea, or simply to give something edible for quick consumption, without giving any items for a long-term use.
To be continued.