Archive for June 4th, 2013

Virtual but not real

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

QUESTION: Masters, I’ve made a great virtual friendship. We know each other since last year. He was one of my best virtual friends! We used to talk a lot about our lives. I always feel well when I talk to him. But then something complicated happened, I thought that our friendship was growing stronger and I was afraid that it could become something bigger than a friendship. I told him about it, that I was confused, but then after the conversation he vanished, he said he would be a part of me, but not forever, just for a time, he said he needed a long time to think what to do. When I think about it I feel a little pain. Please Masters tell me what should I do? Wait for him to talk to me again or go after him? ~Vinicius, Brazil

ANSWER: You are chasing a cyber-ghost. Many people occupy their time on the Internet and create personas that they think the person they are communicating with will like. It is a game for them. Some of these people never say a thing that is true, even down to their real name, sex, age, and location.

Many lonely souls, or those who like to feel in control over others, have a whole list of people they string along until someone has the nerve to call their bluff by wanting to take the relationship further than just typing on a screen. To each of their contacts they appear to be the only one to whom he writes, but each is hearing a variation of the same stories.

Your “friend” was 90% creation and 10% reality. You were played. When you wanted to expand into personal information, he couldn’t allow that because you would find out that he didn’t mean a large portion of the ideas he shared with you. When you commented on your connection he panicked—that was the reason for the vanishing act.

You feel the pain of being used by him. In sharing yourself so fully, you were vulnerable to depending on what he said to you and hurt when he turned into something other than he had said he was. Right now he is evaluating how his contacts are going with others and taking time to think of a new story to spin your way if he needs to get you back into his stable of “friends.”

Nothing is right or wrong, so you have the freedom to choose what you wish to do next. With the information we have provided, go inside and feel what resonates with you; do this before you make up your mind. Love yourself for who you are and don’t let anyone dishonor you by lying to you.

Having no soul

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

QUESTION: Masters, what does it mean to have no soul? Would someone know or be able to tell if a person had no soul? Is there a purpose for someone not having a soul?  re: sociopath. I have second question re: lost family member, son… any idea on how he is doing? ~Karen, USA

ANSWER: From the standpoint of society, “having no soul” refers to someone, like a sociopath, who has absolutely no regard for anyone or anything. In literature, it describes a story’s villain who treats victims horrendously. Some religions use the term, as well, for anyone not accepting and living by their doctrines. A lot of “souls” are equated with spiritual people who are to be revered such as religious, prophets, and—according to a person’s own beliefs—angels and guides.

When talking spiritually about beings on this Earth, which was created solely for souls to be able to learn lessons, a soul is what animates the body and no human being lives without one. It is the soul who determines what experiences will be had on Earth. Souls were all broken off from Source and have the same characteristics and abilities.

A soul may choose to have experiences that society believes only a soulless individual could tolerate, which is not the case. Without a soul, a body—or even a fetus—is not viable or alive. Hitler, Idi Amin, and Osama bin Laden were all souls having a physical experience to try out various lessons. All have been termed soulless by society. Simply put, if someone walks on the planet, he or she has a soul.

Your son is finding his way. He is trying to totally understand the lessons that he chose and how he dealt with them. He thinks of you often and may try to make contact soon.

Second guessing life

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

QUESTION: Masters, when I was 6 years old I decided that I wouldn’t want to have children. Now I’m 30 and my mind hasn’t changed a bit. I actually think about removing my uterus or having sterilization. I love kids, but not in a way of needing to have my own. I dream that I could help the forgotten children like child slaves, child soldiers and child prostitutes. However I have started to worry that what if there’s a soul waiting for being born into my life and not accepting that soul I would do bad karma for myself. I’m getting very anxious when I think about all this, though I know souls have multiple possible parents for themselves. The last 3 lives I have had here have went by as childfree. P.S. Can you give me any tips how to win the horrible dentist phobia I suffer from? I have no idea where it’s coming from. ~Maarit, Finland

ANSWER: A soul has complete freedom to choose whatever they wish to experience. If any contracts were made before coming to Earth you may choose to change the conditions. Worrying is just a reflection of the thinking that has been placed in your head by what others have said to you or what you have read. Your feelings are an indication of what your soul wants to do.

Your problem with your life is thinking too much. You live in fear. Not wanting to have children is a life lesson many wish to go through. You carry your desire to the extreme by thinking it is what you want to do but that you may want to change your mind, so why not make it impossible to change your mind by removing the organs necessary to create another life?

Do you believe you do not want children because you feel you have had prior lives without children? One has nothing to do with the other unless you convince yourself that it does. You also choose the beliefs by which you lead your life. Take responsibility for the choices you are making. Don’t let others dictate to you.

Give yourself a break. There is no such thing as bad karma. Karma is a concept of Eastern religions and is based on a revenge system. There is no punishment for the choices you make during a lifetime. The selection of parents is a joint decision between the incoming soul and the parents on the planet.

You feel you know so much about past lives: explore the ones where you were tortured by having your teeth extracted, where disease caused you to lose your teeth and were then not able to eat, and where your mouth was malformed at birth.