Archive for the ‘Personal Problems’ Category

Trying to make up my mind

Tuesday, July 18th, 2017

QUESTION: Masters my question is that I usually find myself trying to connect with people, although I am not stable with my decisions I change my mind all the time and I am pretty intellectual. I always try to seek for answers and things don’t make sense on this planet unless you take it to a spiritual level. How do I let my soul guide me on this journey? ~Maria, USA

ANSWER: Intelligence has nothing to do with making up your mind – it sometimes proves to be a detriment. When you have unusual amounts of input (information gathered from multiple sources), you need to wade through all the material to come to a conclusion if you are just using your thinking process. You get directed one way and then find something in the opposite direction that interests you more. If, instead, you rely upon your feelings for an answer, you are accessing your own experience without going through all the opinions of everyone who has ever given you advice.

The reason things don’t seem to make sense is that you are comparing the contradictory views of all the various contributors. When you convert your thinking into the spiritual prospective, you filter out the negativity and ego judgment and are left with the unconditionally loving evaluation.

Your soul is inside of you. Your soul speaks to you through your intuition and feelings. Remove yourself from the need to judge, and all other negativity, and seek to surround your life with nothing but love and understanding. Always ask “what do I feel about this” instead of “what do I think about this.” Do things only if they resonate with you.

Solicit advice from your guides and follow it if it feels good. You have freedom of choice; no one should tell you what to do, and a spirit who is of the light will never tell you what to do. Honor yourself.

My crowded mind

Tuesday, July 11th, 2017

QUESTION: Masters my query is regarding our inner self talks in our mind. I sense there is always many sides of a point goes on in my mind whenever there is some choice need to be made, hence this makes me confused about what path I should follow or should have followed. Can you please enlighten me how to relax and go with the flow when there are so many points of views in my head which are going on? ~Shini, India

ANSWER: Contained within your head is everything to which you have been exposed since entering that human form. This includes things that have been told to you, things that you have observed, and things that you have read. In addition, there is another section that is contributed by the unconscious aspects, including all the activity in which your soul has participated throughout all its incarnations of physicality. And if this isn’t enough, you also have access to communications from nonphysical beings, both those who are guiding you from the light and the discarnates if you allow them to add their opinions.

At the controls of all this information is you with your freedom of choice. You may determine what you permit to be of influence and what is just around for background noise. If you are looking for a way to pursue your life lessons and spiritual journey, you need to step out of ego judgment and into loving evaluation. This you do by rejecting any thoughts that come accompanied by judging, rating, or grading the possibilities they express.

Once you have removed the competitive suggestion, the next step is to run all the remaining proposals through your intuition, or your “feelings,” to see what resonates with you. There are a number of things you chose to have appear in your life, and these will be recognized by you if you evaluate them with your inner essence.

Don’t listen to what others have said because they are not in your shoes; they are not living your life. It does not serve you to worry about how some other choice might have worked out after the fact – just study and see what you learned from the choices with which you followed through.

Relax. Feel. Don’t be in a hurry to complete anything unless it feels totally the direction you seek. You can only really commit to one opinion at a time, so take your time to choose. If you find yourself fighting with an option, you have entered into judgment, so disregard it and move to something else.

Why can’t I prosper?

Tuesday, June 27th, 2017

QUESTION: Masters I was born poor, but happy. I have never been prosperous and scarcity has been with me since childhood. I have always strived to study and work for a comfortable life. I never succeeded. There has never been a lack of food or housing, but my achievements are just that. My decisions have always led me to scarcity. Things have gotten worse since my second marriage in which I and four other people depend on the same income. In the most difficult moment I created a cycle of scarcity. I have struggled in my inner shift and tried to open up prosperity by using the law of attraction, despite some advances, the results are still very weak. So, what life lesson is hidden? Should I stop trying to attract prosperity and focus on the spiritual growth that this lesson gives me?  ~José, Brazil

ANSWER: The life lesson you are fulfilling is one of taking responsibility for the choices you have made. Your decision to take on financial responsibility for additional people has used up all the possible discretionary money your work has brought to you. You started out with a poverty mentality from your family and have not learned all the possible lessons from it.

You can try bringing money in through the law of attraction, but it will not help until you analyze the total situation of your life, including your expenses when judged against your potential income. Be honest with your family’s spending. Yes, you would like to be able to provide them with more than you are capable of at this time, but it is impossible.

Prosperity is not just monetary. Prosperity is the ability for your life to abound with happiness, health, sharing, and love. Appreciate all that is possible for you – that is your lesson. Sometime in the future, when you rejoice in your physical prosperity, you may be ready to also have some degree of monetary prosperity.