Archive for July, 2008

What is the World?

Wednesday, July 16th, 2008


Dear fellow souls, every now and then we like to have a discourse on words, thoughts, or concepts. We feel it is a means of establishing a consensus for the meaning of some of your words. Today we would like to discuss what is the “World.”

We have used the word in several of its different connotations in our communications. To begin this discussion, you must accept the concept that you are a soul having a physical experience, not a human that happens to have a soul.

Your soul needs to be part of a recurring illusion, a reproducible physical environment wherein it may begin a lesson in one lifetime, finish the physical duration of that particular body, and return to a similar environment to continue and hopefully complete that same lesson. The World was jointly created by millions of souls to be that physical place—a learning arena, but also a confinement.

We say “confinement” because it is a physical fixture and has a set position within the universe that is influenced by all the other masses in gravitational contact. Together these bodies set out the dimensions of time, the life of the human body, and a changeable living environment determined by your position upon the planet—all providing a stage for your play or reality. All you have to do is write the script.

The World comprises a duality with everything having an opposite. This allows freedom of choice—the learning from experiences that turns into knowledge, which on a soul level creates spiritual wisdom.

Enjoy the World using love, light, and laughter.

The Masters of the Spirit World

Do you accept the rumors?

Monday, July 14th, 2008


Q: Masters, I am always worried about what other people think of me. When I was at a conference recently, my employees were told derogatory stories about me by an employee who is leaving. She told them that I didn’t care about them or the company and that she was the only one who ever supported them. She took credit for the increase in sales which I worked hard to achieve, and told them she was leaving because she couldn’t stand working with me anymore. I feel like quitting my job rather than facing them. What should I do?

A: The employee who is leaving has always wanted your job. She was unable to convince your superior that she was the one who deserved the job you have worked so hard to maintain. She is leaving because they would not listen to her demean you any longer. The company is extremely happy with your work and the way you supervise the rest of the employees. They would be the first ones to tell you if they didn’t think you were doing a fantastic job.

The departing employee hopes to leave you riddled with doubts about yourself and a legacy of ill feelings. She tried to ingratiate herself to the others so that she could continue to taunt you, through them, after she left. You are making it easy for her by accepting the garbage she has left around.

Your pathway to employment bliss is self-confidence. When you allow yourself to realize what a terrific job you have been doing and are doing, you will know you are the reason the store is so successful. If you let the rumors she laid take hold, you are saying to the others either “what she said was true” or “I don’t deserve to be your boss.” Do you truly think that?

Take inventory of everything that you have done. Accept that you are the moving force behind the sales. Don’t listen to what others say. What they say cannot hurt you unless you believe it is true and accept their lies. Stick by what you know.

Finding self love

Friday, July 11th, 2008


Q: Masters, I have become aware lately that I don’t know what this self-love that you talk about really is. I am aware of the sense of love that I have for others that feels very rewarding to me, a sympathetic, romantic type of love. I have always thought that self-love is the love I feel that comes back to me when I love and help another, am I correct?

A: A true self-love is tapping into the soul of oneself to touch the unconditional love that is the essence of all of us. As souls, we are all unconditional love. That love requires nothing, including another person, for you to be able to bathe in its warmth.

Loving your self is the ability to go inside and touch that unconditional love. In order to reach that state of awareness, you must love every aspect of where you are within your present physical being.

You may say: I am fat, ugly, have a lousy job, or am a drunk; how can I love myself? Our answer is that all we are asking you to love is your essence—the unconditional love of your soul. You don’t even have to like everything about the body you currently call home, but you need to love who you are as a soul. You have the ability to change the body that encompasses your soul, unless that is part of this life’s lesson.

The love you seek, even crave from others, is reflected from you. You can love another only to the extent that you love yourself. If you hate yourself, you are incapable of truly loving another because you do not feel that you are worthy of their love.

When you love everything about the beauty of your soul, you know that you are as good as everyone else and worthy of receiving their love. There are no fears that can exist in such an environment, and therefore you are only aware of the essence—the love.