Archive for the ‘Belief Systems’ Category

Recurring life lesson

Tuesday, July 2nd, 2019

QUESTION: Masters, I am beginning to recognize that some of my daily and life choices are being guided by unconscious shame. I’m catching myself in moments when I back away from a central role in something I am doing things I would love to do. I have recollections of being shamed as a child by parents and teachers, and now as an adult shaming and hiding patterns are playing out. Masters, do you have guidance in freeing myself from these patterns of hiding out of shame? ~Cath, Australia

ANSWER: Shame, with a lack of self-confidence and self-love, has figured prominently throughout your life. These earlier life situations are repeating themselves because they have become “permanent” belief systems that you have allowed to remain. Whether or not you consciously recognize them, they are the rules and regulations by which you conduct your life and behavior. It is time to see them, erase them, and replace them.

As the body of a soul having a human experience starts its journey, it mimics the actions around it. If those activities are ways of behaving, honoring others, accepting concepts, the mind unconsciously catalogues them as needed beliefs to get along in society. The conscious thinking mind is totally unaware of the process.

All the statements directed toward the person are taken in. If they contain a sense of displeasure by others concerning your behavior, the mind unconsciously records the disdain of society and brands those actions as something to be avoided. If they seem to provide the opinions of others as an identity for you, you accept it as being truthful and who you are.

You have to figure out who you are. Who do you want to be? How do you desire to be seen by others? What is the feeling you have when you find yourself holding back? Start by examining the fears and doubts that spring up in daily situations. These are beacons being given out by your life lessons.

When you hear a voice from your past saying that you are not good enough for something, stop and ask why. Let the moment take you back to the actual incident and then look at it with your adult eyes, not the impressionable child eyes. See that the shame was foisted upon you by another and really had nothing to do with your actions. At that point, take and consciously erase the whole emotional impact of the event from your belief systems.

Replace the erased space with the sense that you can do anything you put your heart into. Accept that you are a piece of Source energy and have all the powers and abilities of Source. You are fantastic and capable of creating any type of reality you desire.

Life lessons and belief systems

Tuesday, June 25th, 2019

QUESTION: Masters I was raised in a cult that taught that Armageddon would come in my lifetime and be followed by a paradise. I left the cult but have been drawn to the subject of ‘the shift’ and ‘the event’ My question is- Did I choose the cult to prepare me for ‘the event’ or am I repackaging a concept I am familiar with? ~Dawn, US

ANSWER: Each soul who is having a physical, human experience finds their way through life, and their chosen lessons, utilizing the belief systems they accept as the basis for their daily illusion. Once someone has accepted the belief system of another, it remains with them unless or until they choose to replace it with something else.

Most of the time you are not even aware you still adhere to the beliefs of another until it comes crashing into you one day when you have a reaction to a situation to which you have no reason to respond. In your case, similar-appearing beliefs Armageddon and the event, paradise and the shift, have brought back your earlier life and what you were taught to believe. You are repackaging concepts.

“The event” has many different definitions in the modern world and isn’t something that has anything to do with the soul’s spiritual journey. “The shift” is generally used to refer to removing oneself from the negativity of the third dimension and entering into the blissful unconditionally loving energy of Source in the arena of Home – a nonphysical state.

The shift is a solo condition brought on when a soul gets rid of their need for ego judgment and becomes a being who never judges but merely evaluates what they are observing. It is a spiritual process along the road to completing your chosen life lessons. Its tool is using one’s freedom of choice to reject negativity.

Everything you have experienced is all a part of this journey you are on. Without having a multitude of experiences, one cannot make informed decisions to progress along their path.

Creating reality

Tuesday, May 14th, 2019

QUESTION: Masters – Please help – I am just so sad all the time. Instead of improving my attitudes and abilities, I feel I am regressing. I am worried about my son who, like me, seems unmotivated and generally unhealthy. I am fearful of so many things. I’ve had a terrible chronic condition for almost half my life and now I feel like I’ve been ‘beaten up by life’. I want so much to get better and to care about myself again. I want to not be so scared. Most of all, I want to feel alive and pain free. Your advice would be sincerely appreciated. ~Darlene, Canada

ANSWER: The choice of mood you reside in is completely up to you. Living in negativity will never allow you the opportunity to see happiness. Fear is an indication of life lessons that you chose to experience but have not yet dealt with. You have started to fear that the fear is growing, and it is, because you are feeding it with negative intentions and acceptance.

Only you can care about yourself, but not while you label yourself as defective, unhealthy, and unmotivated. Who else is around to motivate you? No one unless you turn all your power over to someone and then do exactly as they say. But that leaves you a thoughtless slave who can’t learn anything.

To change your life, you must accept and believe that you can change your life. You won’t be able to do it all at once because you have too many belief systems telling you negative things about yourself. You have to look at each one, decide what you want and can do about it, and then do it. Thinking, dreaming, analyzing won’t do any good unless you take the initiative to move forward.

Start with your biggest fears. Take a look at what they really represent. Ask yourself how you think about those fears and why you think what you do. You will find the answers all have to do with a rut you sank into and don’t have the energy to climb out. Well, just put one foot in front of the other and move ahead. You must begin moving your body so that your systems will come back on line.

Your son is mimicking what he is seeing you do. Following your example, he will sink deeper than you can even imagine unless he sees you reversing your life. Work for both you and him.