Archive for November 24th, 2015

Choice of homosexuality

Tuesday, November 24th, 2015

QUESTION: Masters apparently I’ve been in many different lives with my current girlfriend and would like to ask why did we both come to this life as females? She truly is my soulmate and we have a great relationship. What is the meaning of us being in a same-sex relationship and what is the deeper meaning of our relationship? Why are there many times more than only one gay, bi etc. in a family (both of our families)? ~Maria, Finland

ANSWER: When a soul decides to have a particular experience, it sets up the necessary background for it to be part of its life. Whenever you are dealing with life issues that are not in compliance with society, such as homosexuality, choices are  made very carefully to ensure you will get the experience.

The lessons involved here are tolerance, faith, confidence in yourself, honoring where your human genetic leanings take you, and listening to your heart and soul and not societal prejudices. You wanted to see how you would handle being in a sometimes persecuted minority and if you had the strength to carry on through adversity.

Your partner is from your same soul group; you planned to come together to enable a smoother lifestyle with someone who is so compatible with you. You have shared many incarnations, and all the last ones have been “experimenting” with controversial issues: black in a white area, homosexual in a strict religious country, and handicapped where perfection is glorified. This life is a “piece of cake” after some of those.

The two of you frequently act as instigators for each other’s situations, helpmates in difficult lives, and partners, so you have someone with whom to discuss the philosophical as well as theoretical implications of what you are doing. It has proven to be very beneficial in your learning process.

When multiple homosexually oriented souls exist in the same biological family, it is by the choice of all involved. It may be related to tolerance, intolerance, comfort with exploration, or the knowledge that another soul chose that particular family with the intent of exploring homosexuality. Some souls who have not had a lot of lifetimes on Earth are sometimes hesitant to “go it alone,” so they will tag along with an older soul to watch them.

Suicide do-over

Tuesday, November 24th, 2015

QUESTION: Masters, Suicide is considered a ‘do-over’ in the spiritual world. But is this also true in the case of elderly people whose lives are physically impaired and/or socially limited who just do not wish to extend this experience further? They may have learned their life lessons successfully but simply do not wish to continue into debilitation, lack of quality of life and becoming a burden on their family. Can they not just go home peacefully without the ‘do-over’ consequence? ~Annettamaria, France

ANSWER: Suicide is not always a do-over from the spiritual perspective. Certainly, it is an opportunity to redo various life lessons that have been overwhelming to the soul in the current life, allowing it to reconfigure the situation with less stress. But there is another reason for suicide, and that is as a life lesson for the soul itself or by agreement with family and friends to let them have the accompanying lessons.

Every soul has total freedom of choice as to how, when, and where it lives its life and experiences different life lessons. The soul is empowered as a piece of Source that broke off from Source and therefore has all the same powers and abilities. That means simply that a person can make the choice to “cease” the human existence at any time by shutting down his/her body.

This seems like a simple enough process, but few humans accept that they have the powers that would permit them to do so. Some lessons might arise from people asking a friend or relative to help them end their life with medications, etc. This brings up lessons for both parties as they deal with their beliefs and the laws of their state or country.

Euthanasia is being accepted in some parts of the world, and this “assisted suicide” allows the person to leave and the remaining people to deal with their feelings pursuant to their belief systems and conscience. If the soul has finished all the lessons it wished for that particular life, it has no reason to have to redo anything unless it chooses a slightly different aspect of any of the same lessons.

Family and homosexuality

Tuesday, November 24th, 2015

QUESTION: Masters I am homosexual and I never said it to my mom, but she knows and hates me for that. I feel so sad, fearful and hopeless. I’ve never felt loved by her, and since I was a kid I knew I came to this life to teach her about unconditional love, but I’m weak, and failing because I am very submissive. I always wanted to commit suicide, Masters what should I do? ~Rafael, Brazil

ANSWER: Your mother did not start out hating you. She is as much offended by the fact that you never shared your orientation with her as she is that you are homosexual. At one point in your life she would have sat down with you and listened to your reasoning and feelings, but now she feels you have so little respect for her that you let others know but not her. It hurts to keep secrets.

You did have a plan to teach your mother about various types of love. It is difficult to ever get near to unconditional love on Earth because people always put restrictions on what they will tolerate from another person. She has trouble with any kind of love because she never experienced it growing up. Both of you lack any amount of self-love at all.

Those who do not love themselves, at least for the courage it took to decide to come to Earth and live through all kinds of lessons and tragedies they chose before coming, cannot possibly love others with any degree of intensity. In other words, you can love another only to the extent that you love yourself.

Your problems with lack of self-confidence and submissiveness are lessons. You need to accept that you are a piece of the Source energy and have all the strength and abilities of Source. To be submissive is to give your decision making over to others, telling them they know better what is right for you than you do. You are just as good as any other soul and can make choices for yourself if you allow yourself to make them.

Right now you are in a victim mode, saying “poor me, everyone is against me and no one likes me.” You are bringing additional negative energy to yourself by thinking and acting in this manner. Stand up for yourself. Know what you want to do and then do it without listening to anyone else.

You create your own reality by bringing into your world only those things that will serve your purpose. Stop letting the world tell you who you are. You know; you are just afraid to stand up and claim your life.