Archive for the ‘Personal Problems’ Category

Caught up in negativity

Tuesday, November 5th, 2019

QUESTION: Masters my husband works with mentally ill patients on a daily basis. I really appreciate his devotion to the society, but I feel like he doesn’t know how to release the negative energy he gets from those people. I can sense it clearly every time he comes home, and how quickly he loses temper, becomes panic when something isn’t going right. I want to help him but don’t know how. He doesn’t believe in spirituality nor any religion. And he hardly shares with me his feelings. He also doesn’t like it if I ask/care too much. I love him dearly and want to heal him somehow. ~Zinny, Sweden

ANSWER: Everyone makes their own decisions and choices, and nothing you say is going to cause them to change unless they wish it. Your husband spends so much time in negativity that it feels “normal” to him. Being in a negative arena makes it easier to deal with the troubled patients than fighting to maintain a positive attitude around them.

He is unaware of carrying so much negativity once when he leaves until he is once again faced with your positive energy. His outbursts are the negative energy attempting to include some of your positive energy to allow it to swell in size. The sensation he is getting is that the world is different from him and he needs to fight against it to continue to exist.

Negativity cannot maintain itself when confronted with unconditionally loving, positive energy, so sending that toward your husband will defuse some of his spreading negative energy. Since he does not understand what is happening to him, he is unable to correct the influx on his own. Any time you think about it, just send some his way even when he is at work.

Try engaging him in a discussion about his patients. See what he senses when he is near them. Ask if they react to his presence differently depending on how he is feeling. This is a back-door approach to opening him up to what the energy is doing to all of them.

The panic he is feeling is a sense he is catching from the paranoia amongst the patients. Ask him what it is that the majority fear and if he gets the same sensations. You are going to have to approach this very slowly because he is extremely intelligent and may see that you are trying to get him to look at things the way you do.

Keep sending that love energy all the time. Ask your and his guides to assist and send some of their own as well.

What will I permit myself?

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019

QUESTION: Masters, I have conquered 50 years of depression, drama, and emotional agony after massive sexual abuse during childhood, youth into adulthood. Now, at age 70, I choose to live a happy life. I have forgiven myself and my abusers, give love and inspire others whenever I have an opportunity. I wish I could manifest financial independence as well. It seems to me that every time when I am about to come into money, it is somehow sabotaged. Same thing with people in my life, I don’t seem to be capable of close and intimate relationships. Am I doing something wrong, or did I decide as a soul to miss out on these great experiences? ~Brigitte, US

ANSWER: The whole question for you is what you will allow yourself to bring into your world. While you have forgiven yourself for the choices you made before coming, you have not gone back to the basics and accepted that you are none other than a soul having a physical experience.

That means that you are a piece of Source energy and have all the same powers and abilities that exist within Source energy. You are all powerful, all creative, and all knowing, but only if you accept and believe that you have those qualities.

One of your lessons, which you have not completed, is that you are entitled to use your essential essence of Source energy to continue living this particular human existence and making it what you will. The first step to clearly seeing yourself as a piece of Source is to love yourself. You don’t have to like everything that has happened and is happening to and around you, but you need at least to love the fact that you had the courage to come to Earth and go through everything you chose to experience.

While you think you have forgiven and made right all the horrific things that were a part of your lessons, you have not gotten rid of the physically embedded negativity that accompanied the human actions. You are still flinching whenever approached, because even under the guise of a friendly exterior, your abusers had malicious intent. You don’t trust it won’t happen again.

Start your new life by visualizing a perfectly safe companion. Be yourself without the armor you unconsciously erect. See others as friendly, harmless, fellow citizens of planet Earth. Remind yourself that you do not have to re-experience any of your earlier lessons. Have a mantra that you deserve to be loved by others as much as you love yourself, and that you can be financially stable. Create what you desire.

Lacking desire for intimacy

Tuesday, July 30th, 2019

QUESTION: Masters I rarely have desire for intimacy. I don’t believe this is normal specially when I am with someone that I love. What is the cause for this and what can I do to change this? Is it just an issue of mine or of my partner’s as well? ~Marika, UK

ANSWER: There is no such thing as “normal” applying to all souls having human experiences. You are caught up in what you think, by the example of what you see happening in society around you, is necessary for loving relationships. That completely depends upon the partners.

There are situations where intense love relationships exist without sexual intimacy. In cases where circumstances prevent contact – such as in paralysis, possible contagion, emotional fragility, and physical distance – the partners may provide solace to each other through communication alone. Some also abstain through vows of celibacy but still pair up for companionship.

You deeply desire and have a need for love, for being the object of the care of another, but while you can tolerate touching and holding, giving yourself over to the ministrations of another freaks you out. This stems from incidents in your earlier life where you were used by another against your will, and now you have an intense need for being in control over your body, which you do not feel is possible during sex.

You can examine your feelings and see if it is possible to restore a sense of confidence in another’s control for short periods of time. During a flashback of fear, go into the event and try to return to the cause. Once you have arrived, look at the incident through your adult eyes and see that it has nothing to do with your current status. You will then be able to release your blockage. This may or may not open you to desiring to engage in intimacy, but it will give you another perspective on your actions.

Any time you have a relationship, what happens within it is the choice of both parties. You have your hang-ups regarding sex, and your partner has to decide whether that is or is not a vital aspect of why he loves you. Being “in love” means accepting your partner and all that represents who they are. Intimacy is not an integral part of love.