Archive for March 1st, 2016

Looking for passion

Tuesday, March 1st, 2016

QUESTION: Masters I’ve been on my current career path for past 14 years. I feel exhausted. I have made progress, through changing my beliefs deliberately, but it’s been very slow. I don’t feel very passionate about what I do these days. I’m beginning to question if I am in the wrong line of work – is there something else I would be better doing. Or, is it a lack of belief in myself and I just want to give up? I started to belief I can achieve my income goals here and be passionate about it but I’m beginning to feel that might not be so. Should I stay the course and it will work out, but how? ~Anjeles, USA

ANSWER:  You are going through a period of boredom and are seeing things only from the societal, third-dimensional viewpoint. The most important thing on your spiritual journey should be the passion you achieve and are able to follow. Passion is not something that can be wished into being or forced to appear. It comes upon you slowly when you feel drawn to an activity and decide to dedicate your existence to being able to continue until you reach a mastery of that talent.

When you work in a regular third-dimensional office, there is much you have to absorb along with the spiritual energy you are seeking. Since you are receiving monetary reward for the work undertaken, you have to conform to what your boss expects. This should not be considered part of your journey toward mastery but merely the setting within which you can find the way you seek.

You have set specific expectations of where you feel you should be and when that time should occur. This is limiting your progress because you are constantly stopping and judging if you are where you feel you should be.

Trust that your inner wisdom will call to you the opportunity you need to achieve your purpose. Stop thinking and analyzing things, because all this does is put you in a place where you use ego judgment to compare yourself with where you have seen or heard others are located. This has nothing to do with your development.

With each selection point you reach, don’t think about the alternatives but go inside and ask yourself how you feel about the options available. Follow the direction that feels like it is pulling you toward it. Do not hesitate to change your heading when it doesn’t feel like you are going with your highest and greatest good. Keep up faith in yourself.


Tuesday, March 1st, 2016

QUESTION: Masters I had a very clear intuitive sense that a connection with a new person would continue. It felt a clear, pure knowing that has always been right in the past. However, it now appears this clear ‘knowing’ was wrong, and has left me very bewildered. What happened is clear intuitive knowing sometimes not correct? ~Craig, Australia

ANSWER: There is nothing wrong with your intuition. The feelings that you get are “correct” at the moment that you sense them and will remain unaltered if nothing changes. When it comes to something that involves other individuals, you can never be certain that there will not be intervening actions.

Each soul has total freedom of choice to change their prior arrangements to something similar or even completely different. That is what has happened in this case. The original plans of this person were along the lines you received as an intuitive scenario – to build up to a more permanent relationship. Then dramatic changes in their life took them in a different direction.

How your intuition works can also be affected by its becoming overshadowed by the ego. Say you have an intuition that you really like, so you create an expectation built on it. Then when things change, you rely on the first intuitive thought instead of reaching out to reassess the current situation.

This can be prevented in the future if you constantly live in the moment. You get to a point where you never depend on past feelings but actively scan the energy around you to pick up the “latest news.” This will keep you abreast of how the participants are aligned at any given time.

Remember, the spiritual approach is to evaluate what is happening in your existence, not to judge whether it is as you want it to be. Your intuition is still clear and precise for the moment you access it.

Being true and having faith in yourself

Tuesday, March 1st, 2016

QUESTION: Masters I decided to divorce from my marriage of 5 years on the beginning of this month and I feel so right about it. Very recently I met someone, we have seen each other and I feel a strong feeling growing for him, he said he wants to be in a serious relationship again and fall in love. At the same time he says that is still taking time to open his feelings, it has been 3 years since his last serious relationship. I want him but I’m afraid of him not falling in love for me. I don’t know what to do and how to behave. When I look at his eyes and I could just say I’m in love with him, but I won’t. Please masters how can I handle this feeling and insecurity? ~Luciana, Finland

ANSWER: Be yourself; don’t do things just because you think they will please him or cause him to fall in love with you. At the same time, be honest with him and how you feel. He is stuck in the disaster of his last relationship and fears getting involved again. He is in a time warp of wanting the good things he had before and then reliving the tragedy that was his association with the other woman.

To reawaken his desire to join with another, you must give him a reason to become vulnerable to someone again. A true sharing relationship requires one to be open and truthful in all their feelings with the other. When he was open to his last companion, she used his inner feelings and fears to manipulate him and emasculate him. He needs to feel safe and not controlled.

If you are looking for a fast connection, he is not the one for you. It is going to take time for him to trust you and what you have to say. You already sense this about him, and that is why you have the insecurity and feelings that you do.

It is possible to grow into a very strong relationship with him if you do it slowly and with much communication. Encourage him to be open and truthful with you about his feelings and fears. Talk over the hesitancies you each are experiencing, and together, work out a comfortable solution.

If you truly feel for this man, don’t give up. Take the patience that it will require to make him feel secure and happy again. You both will learn and grow from this effort.