Archive for the ‘Life Lessons’ Category

Getting what you want

Tuesday, February 12th, 2019

QUESTION: Masters I recently had my dream job pop up. I had experience in the field and did very well in the interview. I believed I would get it, even packed my bags to move but after everything I still didn’t get it, why? I used to believe that asking spirit, believing, and manifesting would work but now I’m just left completely devastated. ~Emma, Australia

ANSWER: You didn’t receive the job because someone more qualified was offered the position. You are not the only one in the universe and therefore cannot predict and demand for yourself alone when others are involved and there are multiple variables at play. It is like deciding you want to win the lottery and there are 100,000 other souls who all have the same desire and are working to create the energy to make them the winner.

Manifestation is a very real power, but it only works if you have control over all the variables in the situation. Having a single expectation, or any expectation, concerning the outcome of an event is limiting and often disastrous, just like this job search.

Say you think that you need a salary of 20,000 dollars and that is what you ask for. Then inflation hits, and you really need 30,000. All your expectations for 20,000, if they are fulfilled, would leave you wanting. It is always best to seek not what you think you absolutely cannot live without, but something better than your belief. Then the universe will provide for your needs.

Spirits and guides cannot make something happen. They are prevented from interfering with the living taking place on Earth. Their purpose is to assist with advice and possible alternatives to your single-minded direction.

Pick yourself up out of your depression and start working on that “perfect” job. Define the minimum of what you want. Then send the energy out to the universe for that or something better. And, be open to all possibilities. If you are thinking only of a specific job, and a hybrid that has much more potential comes along, you will not give it a look. But if you look at everything that gives you an energetic twinge, you will make the right connection. Don’t give up on yourself.

Why all the negative people?

Tuesday, January 29th, 2019

QUESTION: Masters I want to know why I am finding living in this world very difficult? I can’t come across positive people – every single person in the family and outside the family is rejecting me and most of them are bullying me and I am finding it hard to live. Why is this happening to me even though I have done no wrong to them? ~Humaira, UK

ANSWER: Another person cannot hurt you unless you allow them to do so. What people say to you cannot affect you unless you give credence to their words. You must accept that they know what they are talking about for it to have an impact. To be bullied, you must believe others are better, more knowledgable, or stronger than you. All souls come from the same Source and are made of the same material; some have just chosen to test that fact in differing ways.

Negativity attracts negativity, so examine your own feelings. You thrive in a negative environment because that is what you believe you deserve. You don’t see yourself as loveable and don’t return love to others. That creates a negative atmosphere, which draws more negativity into it. Right now you don’t accept that there are positive, loving people anywhere near you.

Start meditating and placing yourself into a safe space where no one else can enter without your permission. Within that space, invite your guides and ask them to help you protect yourself from any negative energy being directed toward you. Have them help you feel the unconditional loving energy of the universe. Then practice filling and surrounding the area with it and letting the positive love energy draw more positivity to you.

Start envisioning that same unconditional love being directed to the people with whom you come in contact. Supply the intention to them that they too might wish to live in positive love.

Do not engage in any arguments with others, because that is the way people pull your positive self away and replace it with negative hatred. Everyone creates their own reality. What do you want? Start shaping a world of positivity.

Dealing with sister’s lessons

Tuesday, January 15th, 2019

QUESTION: Masters I have never realized how unhappy and manipulative my sister is, she becomes a victim to draw attention, she is of unbelievable need. One of my lessons in this life is to learn to be strong and firm in making decisions and not bow before her and anyone’s wishes, but tell me, is it wrong for me to want my life? Living well away from her is one of my greatest desires because I do not know if this behavior has a remedy. How to proceed? How to deal with it? She has an interesting side; helps people and is generous, but I wonder if she does not do those things to get the recognition, she “thinks” she deserves. How to deal? ~Maressa, Brazil

ANSWER: It is never wrong to wish to learn in whatever fashion seems the best for you. The decision to remove yourself from what is dysfunctional activity for you is never a bad one, because it will allow you to see from the outside what you have endured from the inside.

You have been drawn into your sister’s life lessons, actually being a part of them, and you do not need to remain. You can watch what happens to, and around, her and understand what you could learn from, and in what you do not need to partake.

She will move through her lessons only to the extent that she is ready. She craves love, and her assistance to others is how she feels she can obtain it. Being a victim is her “fallback” plan when she senses people are fed up with her or not noticing her the way she desires. She is very lonely and hates herself. Without any self-love, she finds ways to demand it from others.

This is her journey and all the decisions have to be hers. There is nothing you can directly do to, or for, her. Send unconditional love to her soul that she might recognize the lessons that plague her – or at least that is how she sees them now. This extra positive energy might open her eyes to her behavior.

It is important not to engage with her in any arguments because that fuels her energy of attention. Just say: “I know that is your opinion, but I don’t feel that way.” She can argue with what you think but not with what you feel, because she is not inside you.

All your future choices are yours. If you wish to create a distance between you, by all means, do so.