lefty wrote:The 2 things that occur to me are probably pretty obvious. They are just broad catagories, and I suspect any solution will involve some mix of them both: ways to make the current circumstances better, and/or bringing new things into your life and adapting well to them.
In practical terms the fact that you're paying too much for where you are matters, but I have to wonder if you can find a cheaper place closer to your work-- and if that work is secure enough to justify committing to a new place. A closer place may not have to be cheaper, if it will reduce your commuting costs and other costs. You have to do the math. You could consider if there is some way to get to an understanding with the land lord about you getting priced out of the place, and if there is maybe something else you can do to off set the cost he wants from what you are willing to pay. This seems a place where contacts on the inner planes can be of use. I think the ritual in NAP involving Dynamis is well suited for this, but I see it more about charisma and understanding then about commanding and controling (but, this is also about me seeing the hands of a clock face but not the inner workings). There is also an element of bringing new things into your life and adapting within this too though.
Another thing though might be to find what is great about where you are. that might seem impossible, but I fully know this to be true: how we feel about most things is up to us. It may take a lot of work to like something, or to see it as valuable to us, but for most things we can find good in it. Contacts on the inner planes can help if you asking for help in seeing what is great where you are, in finding value where you are, in finding opportunity where you are, in banishing the things that are holding you back and recognizing what you must do to benefit from new things that can come in.
I suppose most of that is obvious, but I hope you find the answers.
Probably would be best to start a new thread rather than take this one off on a tangent.Libra wrote:Hi Affox, could you please share more stories on your working with NAP? Thanks
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