Archive for April 16th, 2013

Puppet on a string

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

QUESTION: Masters, I have had one man in and out of my life for 6 years now.  I met him at very young age. He was my first love and I still haven’t been able to move on. He treated me bad in the past, he cheated on me and I broke up with him. I found another guy who treated me well and we were about to get married when my previous boyfriend wanted me back and I called off the wedding for him. We were together for six months I honestly thought we will finally get to spend our lives together. Then things started falling apart as he suddenly stopped caring and I broke up with him. Now I can’t stop thinking about him. He lives in another country and my life seems pointless without him. Does he still love me and what should I do? ~TT, Spain

ANSWER:  This man has never loved you in the way you love him. He is merely using you to prove that he can. He gets satisfaction out of how you will do whatever he says or drop anything else you are doing because he waves you to him. You were a conquest for him when he became your first love. He is marvelous at manipulation and you felt you were the prize princess put up on a pedestal. You were, in fact, just a prize he coveted.

There was a lot of brainwashing that went with his early display of affection. Because of your age and lack of experience you believed he was prince charming. In reality he was a puppet master who could control you. He worked on seeing how much deceit, breaking of promises, and downright bad behavior you would tolerate. You were a game and a challenge to him.

When he learned you were about to get committed to another, he ramped the game up to the next level by his efforts to get you back. He never intended for it to be long term or monogamous. He just wanted to see if he could still dance you around on his strings. The only things he truly cares about are his own needs and desires. After a while he gets bored with one conquest and moves on to another. By his behavior, he gets the woman to break it off so he can say they were just doing what they chose and it had nothing to do with his antics.

To stop this cycle and remove his strings from you, you need to realize what type of person he is. He is egotistical, manipulative, and narcissistic. He loves only himself and will never bend to the wishes of a mere woman. You have him imprinted in your beliefs as your savior, who can be a worthy partner. Go inside and examine all that has happened and see if that is how you actually feel about him. Stop living in your dreams. You have given him mystical status and he is nothing. Take back the power he stole from you—the power to make your own choices. Never do anything unless it feels right to you.

Christ’s Letters and the Urantia Book

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

QUESTION: Masters, there are two recent sources of information channeled about Jesus’ life, one “The Christ’s Letters” and another, “The Urantia Book”. In “Letters” revealed a rebellious nature towards Jewish traditions and family after lighting a compassionate attitude with the deliberate use of miracles. Already in “Urantia” he had an attitude scholar of religion and responsible towards the family while after Illumination decide not to use miracles as a way to convey his teachings, definitely moving away from family for both. Why are there such differences in plumbing and what would be the correct version? ~Fernando, Brasil

ANSWER: Both of these writings contain the thoughts and beliefs of the ones who published the material. First, the term “Christ” is not synonymous with Jesus of Nazareth. It is a Greek term, meaning “anointed,” which is a translation of the Hebrew word “Messiah.” When “Christ” is used with the name “Jesus,” it implies that Jesus is being recognized as a Messiah, savior, or teacher.

Christ Consciousness, as mentioned in the writings, refers not to a specific person but to a state in which the soul has ascended out of the egotistical, judgment-laden Earth dimension into the unconditional love of being in the presence of the Source of all.

These books are like the various Bibles, the Koran, the Torah, Nag Hammadi, The Book of Mormon, the Book of the Dead, and the Bhagavad Gita, just to mention a few. All are held to have been divinely or supernaturally revealed to the compiler. All describe in human terms what they want the reader to accept as true. The purpose of these “truths” is to create a religious practice around the central figure or set of rules. All are based on the reader’s judging that their ideas or statements are correct and everything else out there is false.

As we always say, see how things “feel” to you. Do they resonate with you as something you wish to base your life on? Then accept them as your current belief system and move forward using them as a guide. If you are looking to become enlightened, what others have done or say they have done is immaterial. Only what you do is important. You must release judgment and live in unconditional love. Feel, don’t think.

Manifestation questions

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

QUESTION: Masters, I am confused about what are the right things to materialize? Some of the channels say you should not be too accurate dreams, some will advise exact result, some says that self-love is enough, and things happen naturally. For example, if I want money, is the best way to see the state itself, which has been created with money? I’m trying to create an economically easier situation. ~Juha, Finland

ANSWER:  There is no simple single answer to your questions. Manifestation is an ability that all souls possess. It is the energetic bringing to you something you desire. It is basically accomplished through the person’s intention, the ability of which is greatly shaped by one’s self-love. There are a few rules governing the ability to materialize things, such as your life lessons and whether or not the production of something interferes with a lesson in which you are engaged.

Manifestation is a little different from expectations. When you are planning your physical surroundings, including employment and love life, being too specific or too general both have repercussions. Manifestation would have you creating an energy in accord with the desired anticipated result and letting the universe help to bring it to you. Expectations would have you concentrating on one, and only one, possibility.

Expectations can be causing problems. Say your expectation is to have a job for which you are paid $40,000. The perfect job for your abilities pays $60,000. You would not get this job because your expectation limits you to considering only one that pays $40,000. A better way, therefore, would be to express your desire to have a job for which you are compensated at least $40,000. It is important that you put some amount in your thinking or you would start at zero.

Your manifestation must also be without hesitation or doubts. If you say “I need $50,000” but then think “Yeah, but it will never happen,” the latter thought is what the universe hears. Another hazard is your lessons. If one of the lessons you chose was to have financial problems, no amount of wishing will overcome those plans. It is not hopeless, though, because if you learn why you chose to experience that lifestyle, you may understand the lesson, change your desires, and call the money to you.