3 Things God does to a Narcissist

Does God ever punish a narcissist? Does the universe, God, Divine, ever intervene and make them face the consequences of their actions? If yes, then why do they get such a long time to be a narcissist and abuse other people? If they hit collapse and face their karma, why don’t they face it right away? Because here you are struggling and suffering, trying to move on and heal, and so on, but the narcissist seems to be happy, okay with their life. That sounds quite unjust, doesn’t it? It makes you wonder if you’re a believer in higher self, God, Universe, Divine—call it whatever you want—where is that Divine energy? Why does a narcissist get it all, and here I am trying to make sense of what happened to me?

He or she is provided with many chances.

The first thing God does to a narcissist is that he or she is given a lot of time, many chances, and a lot of space to change. But the narcissist never chooses to look within, take responsibility for their actions, or understand that they are doing something terribly wrong and need to change their ways. Because every human being has Free Will, and God isn’t a tyrant. God isn’t someone who is eager to punish us and tear us apart. At least I don’t see the Divine being in that way. In my eyes, he or the universe is the most compassionate, the most merciful. So, of course, you are going to get a lot of chances to use your free will. A narcissist is given so many ways, shown so many ways that they need to understand they need to take control of their actions, otherwise, they are going to face consequences and there won’t be any escape. The proof of all of this is you. You were given to them as a gift. It will make sense in a moment. The narcissist received you as a Divine gift because you offered them everything they needed to change. You gave them chances, showed them compassion, radically accepted them as they are, forgave them, treated them like you would treat your own child, let’s say, because you ignored their wrongdoings and kept understanding them again and again. But what did the narcissists do with you? How did they treat you? They abused you, took advantage of all the freedoms you gave them, and weaponized your good qualities against you, which is basically waging a war against the Divine Force, rejecting that help again and again, trading their life force for evil things that are perishable, things that are materialistic, give instant gratification. They never chose to see love; they never chose light. That’s why they are doomed to repeat the same cycle again and again because of their stubborn and rigid nature. They keep doing the same thing, choosing the same thing, thinking they are soaring high, they’re flying, they are the god, they are going to dictate everything—what happens to people, what happens to them, what happens to Earth. And God lets it happen. The Universe lets them be delusional because the more they will go high, the more it will hurt when they will be dropped and they will land on their face. That is exactly what happens when the narcissist hits collapse. Their world is turned upside down, and their reality is thrown in their face, which is their punishment. All of this doesn’t prove God is cruel because God gives them enough chances that the narcissist self-sabotages, brings this punishment to them when they collapse. It is their punishment when they hit that old age and they see all of that supply is lost. That is their punishment. There is this one common thing said in all scriptures that God doesn’t like arrogance, and if he lets these arrogant people succeed or, let’s say, grow or live or blossom in any way, it is for their own doom because the more they will grow, the more it will hurt when they will start withering away.

He takes away all their sources of supply.

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