Archive for July, 2008

Intention creates manifestation

Wednesday, July 9th, 2008


Dear fellow souls, you constantly think about what you want to accomplish, but you don’t put much energy into your intention to manifest that objective. Intention is the action caused by gathering all your energy, and the universal energy that you can take in, and funneling it into a manifestation of what it is that you desire. You are thereby creating the reality that you seek.

A number of people reading some of the current popular books believe that manifestation is an easy process. Simply take a picture of yourself as a doctor and you will materialize that result sometime in the future. Believe us, that will not just happen. If you do nothing to begin the process you will have a nice picture and that is all.

Most souls do not look upon intention as an action. They see it merely as something that they think about and wish for. You can spend all of the time in your world thinking about becoming a doctor, but until you perform the action of applying to medical school, taking the classes, and completing the internship, you have no way to become a doctor.

Part of the intention process may also be to visualize that which you seek. By continually seeing yourself as a doctor or a lawyer, you begin to accept it as a reality. This overcomes any old limiting beliefs that you are incapable of becoming such an esteemed person. The old adage “fake it until you make it” is really talking about using intention through visualization to manifest.

Love, light, and laughter for your journey.

The Masters of the Spirit World

Heal with love, respect and honor

Monday, July 7th, 2008


Q: Masters, I am just beside myself with self loathing. Several months ago I resolved to become a new me. I went through a detoxification to rid myself of harmful substances. I lost over 40 pounds and was very well rested and had no tension because I really liked myself. Now I am a mess again! What can I do to get back on track?

A: You were cruising along in quiet waters with a full head of steam. Then little waves started to rock your boat. With each new wave you over-corrected your boat and began to tip over. You started to take on water and then you panicked. When you panicked you jumped back into the old habits that were comfortable and you were right back at the beginning again.

It is very difficult to change habits that have dominated you for years. As you began the new project, you were completely dedicated and nothing interfered with your concentration. After a while you weren’t thinking constantly about your new rules and regulations; you didn’t have to—they just were. When minor setbacks popped up, like a slight weight gain, you let them derail your new eating behavior. They also triggered an old behavior which had always given you comfort—binge eating. You have now decided that this new you is just a dream that cannot be fulfilled. “Why do I even try when I know I am going to fail?”

You knew when you began your campaign that you had the strength to carry it out—and you did for several months! Now you think you are weak. Why? A weak person would not have been able to lose 40 pounds. The secret to returning to your program is faith in yourself. Respect yourself for what you have accomplished in the past. Love yourself for taking the steps necessary to begin this journey. Honor yourself by remembering all the strength that is within, and continue honoring yourself by getting back in that boat and sailing over the rough seas. You can do it.

Unwelcome guest

Friday, July 4th, 2008


Q: Masters, I have a male friend whom I have dated for over twenty years. He has a terrible disposition with other people but he is very good to me. When he was ill a few years ago he moved into my house so that I could take care of him, and he hasn’t left. He has maintained a condo in an adjoining community but he never stays in it. He doesn’t like my friends and is rather nasty to them, so they have stopped inviting me to go out with them. My family tolerates him for my sake. He has now gotten into fights with my neighbor, who is making my life miserable because of it. What should I do?

A: You chose a life lesson that involves learning to honor yourself and not letting yourself get controlled by others. You are gregarious and a people person. Your boyfriend is a loner experiencing a life that includes being very self-indulgent, controlling, and selfish.

When you began your relationship you were both satisfying the needs of the other. You have now reached a point in your life where you have awakened to the fact that you are as important in the scheme of things as everybody else. What happens from here on out is up to you.

As we always say, nothing is right or wrong—it is just how you choose to experience your lessons. From your question we know you have evaluated exactly what the energies are like in this relationship and now must decide whether to continue playing this scenario or move on to another.

If you remain in his cycle of control you will notice that your energy is depleted all the time because you are allowing him to take it from you. If you choose to keep your energy and use it for your own purposes, you will have to change the relationship you now have. Since it is impossible to change another individual unless they choose to change, it would mean you would have to honor yourself and leave this controlling situation.

Take your time. Make any change a gradual one until you are sure, but do what you feel is right for you alone.