Archive for June, 2016

Where are my 144 soul mates?

Tuesday, June 28th, 2016

QUESTION: Masters I am wondering where the 144 souls from my soul group are. I think my mother and my husband may be two of them but I really would love to meet more of them. Are they in a foreign country? Sometimes I feel they are. I keep a deep and strong desire of moving out of Brazil to this specific foreign country since I was a little girl. Is this a desire related to life lessons I chose or is it just my ego mind dreaming about something unrealistic? Melinda, Brazil

ANSWER: One’s soul mates do comprise a group of 144 total souls. They are the 72 souls individualized immediately before you and the 72 who came along immediately after you. A soul is never in a physical body at the same time as the entirety of the other 143 souls. During all the lives you live on Earth you share the plane with only about two dozen of your soul mates, and then not always in the same location.

Soul mates who share the lifetime with you are like siblings: Some have the same plans as you, and others want nothing to do with you because they are on their own journeys. A soul’s purpose for coming into the physical is not to “vacation” with friends but rather to work on understanding the lessons they chose and a realization of who they are as a soul.

While it is true that difficult life lessons frequently involve having made contracts with one of your soul mates to ensure they get carried out, you may also have chosen a soul who just happened to plan to be in the same place at the right time for your lesson to be accomplished.

Your mother is a soul mate but your husband is not. Meeting soul mates does not help you in your life’s challenges, so don’t spend so much time consumed with the idea.

Souls sometimes find themselves in a place that does not totally resonate with their physical body and they are drawn to a different energy. In your case, this is because you have spent a number of different lives in that other country. To follow up on those yearnings is part of a life lesson of examining what a move will mean in your life. You have the freedom to choose your experiences and how they play out.

Menopause and romance

Tuesday, June 28th, 2016

QUESTION: Masters I’m 50+ single woman and I lost sexual desires after menopause. I wonder if I’ll ever have romantic relationship again. I have platonic “companion”, who is formally married, and will never divorce and I wonder if this friendship blocks me from meeting my soulmate and contributes to my lack of passion? I also wonder about karmic nature of our relationship and our past lives together. ~Irina, USA

ANSWER: Romantic love is an all-encompassing physical body involvement. The human body is engaged not only with the nervous system responses to the act, but also the emotions (mentally and physiologically), the egoic mental thought capabilities, and the spiritual-energetic layer are all reacting to the union. The body, mind, and spirit are constantly judging the performance of the joining. If the person is not totally available to concentrate on the desired end result, the fireworks do not go off.

When a body is in prime condition, the emotions are somewhat governed by the release of hormones within the body, mostly in an unconscious manner. Menopause shuts down the endocrine system, and the physical body has to work harder to produce stimulation that automatically flowed before.

It is not a hopeless ending but something that has to be recreated physically. Once the body “remembers” what it once experienced, it is possible to recapture that euphoria. It is like riding a bicycle – once learned, it is always possible. How you perform and think about the action is another thing entirely.

Your platonic companion is not preventing you from finding another relationship unless you allow that companionship to be all that you believe you deserve. You have to engage your creativity to manifest a lover. Believe you deserve one, visualize in what manner he will appear, then make yourself available to meet him.

There is not just one person out there who may provide for your physical needs. Most lovers are not soul mates but souls who have the same desires and needs as you. There is no such thing as karma, which implies a judgment or punishment. Each soul creates its own reality and has total freedom of choice in what it brings into its life. Past lives are not a consideration in your current life.

Relationship defined

Tuesday, June 28th, 2016

QUESTION: Masters, My relationship with this man has now lasted for 1.5 years. It is SO difficult to make it flowing and steady and harmonic. We are different in every aspect of the word. We want different things. He wants me to move to live with him and his teenagers in another town. I want my life in my quiet little home, but still want to be his one and only woman. My health is not very good, so I need to lead a peaceful life, he wants action… But there is still so much love and attraction/ passion between us, so it is hard to break up. Masters: Why can’t we make this work? Or HOW can we? What is it that I (or WE) should learn from this constant struggle? ~Wen, Norway

ANSWER: For a romantic relationship to totally satisfy the needs of both parties, there must be a continuing sharing of all aspects of the life. Each party must feel listened to and cherished by the other. There has to be some sort of agreement on the definition of the future needs and desires.

Your impressions of the future are that you don’t want to make any concessions to the quiet life you have created and exist in most of the time. The question you have to ask yourself is: do I wish to give up the majority of my lifestyle for the love and passion I receive from this man? Is that alone enough for the rest of my life?

He wants a woman who will act like a wife. He wants a family setting where his woman and his children are ever present to fulfill his desires and vision of a family. The degree of passion he has displayed was/is, in his mind, a prelude for a proper union to come. You are his one and only now, but if you do not wish to achieve his dreams, he will move on to someone who can.

It is very apparent that you two have no common consensus on how you see the future. Take the sex and passion out of the equation and what, if anything, do you have left? That is the destiny you have before you. If you do not honor your own needs and desires, you will never truly be happy. The choice is yours. There are  alternatives out there.