Meeting in Poland on 23 and 24 January 2016
Questions and answers on the topic 'Things' (continuation)
Participant 1: I live currently in a hired property, and I am surrounded by the belongings of the homeowners. Is that harmful to me?
Rositsa Avela: If the owner or owners of that house have preserved their purity, it is safe for the tenants to live among their belongings because they pay rent for the house with all the items included in it. Then everything is fine. However, if the landlord of that house at some point in the future would lose his purity, then the energy of the entire house with all the things in it changes and becomes highly harmful, regardless of the rent being paid. In this case, if the person starts to feel unwell in the rented property, he has to change it immediately.
Participant 1: What if the owner of the property says that he doesn’t want us to pay him rent, but to pay for the utilities only – used gas, water…, as he is an old friend of mine?
Rositsa Avela: Then you need to do something for him.
Participant 1: I would plant trees around the house.
Rositsa Avela: That's very good, but only if first you ask for his permission to do it, he agrees, tells you specifically what trees he wants and exactly where to be planted. You also need to tell him that if he refuses to you take money for the renting, by doing this – by buying and planting the trees you pay for your stay at his home – until now and for the future, while you are there, and after that, the trees will become his property.
Participant 2: My sister has children, and when I visit them I buy them small gifts, which, as I just learned, remain my property. What I should do in the future – should I stop buying gifts for them?
Rositsa Avela: Continue buying gifts for them but as something delicious to eat, something they like and would end quickly. You could also do any other type of gifts. However, whatever gift you make for them, at the same time when you give it to them, they need to do something for you. For instance, may sing a song, tell a poem or draw you a picture.
Participant 3: When my grandchildren visit me, I always give them some small toy as a gift. They also always bring their gifts, for example, a drawing. Does that count as an exchange (of goods)?
Rositsa Avela: Of course, anyone can give one or more items and receive one or more items in return, this way the items become a property of the one who received it.
Participant 3: That is a very good solution – my grandchildren to give me their picture or sing me a song.
Rositsa Avela: Yes, that is their labour.
Participant 2: In Germany children are given money usually for their birthday, let’s say 20 euro.
Participant 4: Young children prefer to receive gifts on their birthday instead of money. I'll tell my child to give each guest one of his drawings as a gift when the guest gives him his gifts.
Rositsa Avela: It would be better to avoid doing that because the picture is saturated with the energy of your child, which would go to a foreign home. Ideally, the children should give their drawings as gifts only to the family members and closest members of the kin that help with the child's upbringing and have a great love for it, such as grandparents.
Participant 4: May we do an additional feast and say that we do it especially as a reward for the received gifts, where the child would help while preparing this food?
Rositsa Avela: You may, but what if someone fails to try the food? How would you know which gift is still a foreign property?
Therefore, it is recommended that to each guest who brings a gift to give a small gift in return, something really small for quick use, that would be used even during the celebration, such as inflated balloons or something similar. These gifts should be given ideally immediately at the time of receiving the gift and the greetings from the guest. It would be best, however, if the guests make cash gifts. The child would agree and even would be very happy to buy for him something bigger with the collected money, something that he has dreamed for a long time to have it. The treats ideally should be given to the guests only according to their main purpose – the good wishes of the guests to become true and to be realised on the material plane.
To be continued.