I keep having experiences with Original Ones where they seem to turn on me at a certain point. I give them all that they ask for and more. I offer whatever they wish and go above and beyond. I don't understand why it is that they suddenly turn on me with such judgment and arrogance. And they don't see it that way at all.
What you describe could in part be due to the following: Some of the Original Ones have succumbed to the increased chaos and degeneracy of humanity.
They have begun to doubt their own divinity and the ability of these sacred tools to support them and their families. That means their level of consciousness has declined, whereas you have taken advantage of the opportunity to use this time of no retreat gatherings, for a deeper study of the mysteries and have applied teachings to your daily life. Your consciousness has risen, putting your frequency into a higher reality and theirs into a lower. That means they are in a mirrored world vis a vis your reality. Mirrors invert images, making them back to front, which in metaphysics is a source of opposition. This is a very real tribulation for masters living in human families; the family members become very hostile and could even form little alliances within the family that exclude the master.
Unfortunately, many (in fact, most) of the long-standing students never developed beyond the codependency stage (into the stage of interdependency) tendencies, because through lack of surrendered trust, they still want to control outcome. As you may recall, a codependent
relationship goes through three stages. (What you're describing is a person in the third stage — which always ends explosively.)
- First stage of a codependent relationship: This is called the courtship stage: in which both parties give the best they've got to the relationship
- Second stage: One or both parties try to control the other to conform to their respective sets of expectations.
- Third stage: If one or both parties struggle to break free from the noose of expectations, the other party sees it as a form of "betrayal of trust", and a relationship breakup occurs. Make sure that you aren't having expectations of the other person involved, so that you can stop attracting such uncomfortable relationships.