Archive for the ‘Interesting Information’ Category

How was man created?

Tuesday, September 24th, 2019

QUESTION: Masters I am happy to inform you that I have found so many answers to so many questions. What I want to know is about the creation of man, was it done by the source or by evolution? ~Mohan, India

ANSWER: Since every soul creates its own reality, there is no simple answer to your question. How one fashions their world has to do with the belief systems they accept as relating to their existence. This, in turn, has to do with where they are in their awakening process.

Do they still comply with society’s ego judgement concerning everything they see and react with? Or, have they progressed far enough that they put aside negative energy and merely evaluate what they see to determine if it is something from which they can learn?

Souls are pieces of the Source energy from which they were broken off, and therefore they have the same powers and abilities as Source. Thus, every soul on the planet is Source. Accepting this draws you to a simple conclusion: when a human creates their reality, it is Source energy that empowers that illusion.

One may do this directly, starting from nothing and creating to order, or by deciding to allow the current players on Earth to develop the planet as they need for their own growth and learning as they evolve. Both scenarios have existed on Earth.

If you examine various locations on the planet you will see that the different stages of living have to do with the thinking and creative powers of the inhabitants. Some societies are very technologically sophisticated, and others live without electricity and running water. Each situation allows those experiencing it to learn exactly the lessons they chose before coming.

When does the soul enter the body?

Tuesday, August 13th, 2019

QUESTION: Masters I read some texts that say that the soul only enters the body at the time of birth. So why in some past-life sessions do I have clients who say they have suffered in situations where they have been aborted? ~Val, Brazil

ANSWER: Once the sperm and egg have joined together and started to divide, a soul puts a claim on the resulting fetus and attaches a filament to it. They generally do not enter into the cells at this time because of the long gestation period and the availability of saying goodbyes to all their friends who are not incarnating. The only time this will not occur is if the women has decided she wishes to experience a stillbirth or miscarriage and there is no chance that a live birth will occur.

If the mother has not planned on the probability of having an abortion, the soul may or may not know that could be a possibility. The soul chose the parents for many factors such as ethnicity, characteristics, location, and family situation. A soul may have even been told that the mother may decide to abort or be in an accident that will cause injury to the fetus and subsequent death.

The time that the soul is “all in” in mother depends a lot on the experience they are seeking. If they have done this innumerable times, they generally hesitate to become confined too early. If the mother is doing interesting things like dancing, swimming, playing music, or singing, the soul may enter earlier to try these new things out.

Where the soul may experience trauma is when they anticipated an easy birth and then the mother, for whatever reason, decides she doesn’t want to continue the pregnancy and aborts. This may even be a lesson concerning trauma that they knew was coming, and they wished to see how it felt and what their reaction to it would be.

Now, at the time of birth, the fetus will not be viable if it does not contain a soul. Therefore, the soul must entirely enter into the baby at the time of birth for the fetus to survive. This does not prevent them from having entered prior to birth – it is a matter of freedom of choice.

The story of Judas

Tuesday, June 4th, 2019

QUESTION: Masters, with Easter fast approaching, I have a question concerning the story of Jesus. I’ve heard the Bible’s New Testament was written 40-70 years after Jesus’ death. My concern is that of the telling of Judas’ betrayal. I have a difficult time believing that Judas, the Disciples’ treasurer, could have truly betrayed someone he loved so much, but rather, was asked to do the betrayal as both the treasurer of receiving the pieces of silver, and to fulfill the prophecy of the Old Testament of a Savior’s coming, death and resurrection. I realize that Judas couldn’t live with himself after turning Jesus in to the Romans, thus the suicide, but what is the real truth of Judas? It seems like there is much more to know and understand about the
entire story. ~Cathy, USA

ANSWER: Your understanding about his time in Earth’s history comes from the collection of writings done long after the fact – not by people who observed the events, but by those who compiled the stories that were told to them. The recordation you repeat is the one that ties up all the necessary requirements for presenting the betrayal, death, and resurrection of Jesus.

All the followers of Jesus, as remembered in the later writings, were given certain tasks to have fulfilled in order to be teachers for those who came after in forming religious principles. The tales start with the last supper so that the players could be delineated. Each could then be worked into stories of dedication, martyrdom, faithfulness, awareness, and loyalty. All forms of Christianity use the Bible as their basis of faith.

While the Bible was written initially a short period after the events depicted, it was also “edited” a number of times by leaders of various religious groups, mainly those elected as Popes, to provide the doctrines they felt were “best” for the organization’s continued existence and strength.

Judas’s place in history was to be the betrayer who later understood, and could not live with, what he had done. To bring about the crucifixion, there had to be someone who would get the Romans into a position of capturing Jesus when he had previously been continually surrounded by his disciples.

Judas was asked to be this instigator and, in his dedication to Jesus, he agreed. But even though he had been asked and merely fulfilled the desires of his master, he could not live with the aftermath. Had he not played his part, the death and resurrection would have been carried out without the fanfare that made it so noted by so many people.  

The Romans wanted him out of their hair, but a public ridicule was designed to weaken the hold his beliefs had upon his followers. The resurrection, into the light, was what was needed to show the connection between the physical and the nonphysical soul. None of this could happen without a betrayal, which the authorities hoped would show Jesus’ teachings as having no real credibility within the supporters. Judas did his master’s bidding.