Archive for August, 2016

Past life influence

Tuesday, August 30th, 2016

Question: Masters, I saw my kinesiologist recently and he revealed three past lives to me that relate to lessons I’m overcoming today. One was as a women in ancient Israel who suffered in relationships, another as a Roman soldier bound to his duty unable to seek his own fulfilment and lastly, as a Greek philosopher. My kinesiologist was cut off from discovering the significance to the Greek life and suggested that I do my own research to discover more. I’m not sure where to look with the information I have. Can you please shed some light or direction about these three lives and what it is I need to learn from these experiences? I would appreciate as many details as you’re willing to offer. ~Dave, Australia

ANSWER: Your soul is eternal and decides each set of challenges it will deal with in its next life. Sometimes a soul does not complete the learning process for a life lesson or two and will then choose to make that a part of a subsequent life. Another way that a previous situation appears in a current life is not as a continuation of the learning process but utilization of wisdom gained from the knowledge of working with the lesson in a previous life.

Some souls choose to learn all aspects of a single human characteristic and therefore use some variation of a trait in a slightly different way from before. For instance, every contact you have with another person – whether a parent, sibling, teacher, boss, friend, enemy, or partner – is a type of relationship to be understood and learned from. Another deviation, in romantic relations, is discovering what love is and how conditional or unconditional you see it. Connected therein are lessons of trust, betrayal, self-worth, and self-confidence.

Reaching the point of taking responsibility for your own decisions so that you are exercising your freedom of choice has many faces. Do you follow the leadership of others, stand up for yourself and assume the consequences, or just stand by and witness what everyone else does before you move forward?

Being “told” what should be important for your life hinders you in learning the lessons you chose. It is only through self-discovery, and then making choices to understand why this situation is in your life, that you learn. Look for the fears and doubts in your life and dig into them to see why they are there. After analyzing these triggers, choose the path for ridding yourself of them by turning them into knowledge about their selection for your journey.

Influential parents

Tuesday, August 30th, 2016

Question: Masters, when I first met my husband I knew he had a close connection with his parents but at that moment, it did not seemed to interfere in our relationship. We are now married for almost four years and living emotionally distant from each other. Even though he is a very responsible and competent professional at work, it seems he does not want to move from the position of son to family man. I have talked to him, explained how I feel and tried to inspire and empower him in many ways. However, I am afraid he will not have the strength to make this change because his parents still have authority and dominion over him. Is this an unrealistic expectation? I do not want to wait for something if it is clearly unlikely. I just want to have a strong and independent partner to share my life with. ~Melinda, Brazil

ANSWER: Your husband is very confused and lacks self-confidence when it comes to taking responsibility for himself and his growth. Everyone creates their own realities and what they accept as the ruling beliefs within their life. He was taught from an early age that he could not make decisions by himself when they were important for his future as an adult. He believes that when it comes to personal matters, Mom and Dad know best and he should defer to them.

At work, when they are not around and have no influence over his progress, he is completely competent to analyze the situation and make decisions. This is business, and there are set rules by which he must comport himself in order to be successful.  It is a built-in responsibility, so he doesn’t have to make any choices; he just follows the path taken by others.

When you got married, he thought that you would also see the wisdom he feels his parents possess and that you would allow them to make decisions for you, as well. He does not think there is anything wrong with the way he leads his life. He believes this is the way of life that all people follow. He also feels he does not have to be responsible for any consequences since he didn’t make the decisions that led to them. He can just blame whoever made the decision he chose to follow.

He thinks that you are the unreasonable one for not taking the easy path with him. He has no intention of changing the way he lives his life. As long as his parents are in the picture, he will remain “their obedient little boy,” hanging on every word they speak and direction they give to him. He is very unlikely to ever want to be the head of his family.

You must decide if you wish things to remain as they are, or if it is time to accept that you cannot thrive in this environment. You misread your husband because you had decided you wanted him and that things would change once you got married. Be completely honest with yourself and follow your feelings about what you desire.

Messages in sacred geometry

Tuesday, August 30th, 2016

QUESTION: Masters, I’ve been experiencing seeing energy at play. At first it was a beautiful golden honeycomb pattern. It’s developed into even more complex patterns. Imagine experiencing Van Gogh’s Starry Night in 3D with beautiful energy swirling around you. I also see Egyptian hieroglyphics come to life and acting out scenes and figures from Greek vases vibrant and kinetic. It is all so beautiful. It has become so complex that it can be difficult and tiring for my eyes to view, even though it really isn’t my eyes that see it. I love being an observer. But is there any intent behind what I view beyond the extraordinary beauty? ~AJ, US

ANSWER: One means by which the souls in the universe communicate is using the patterns that you are seeing and feeling. As a study, this is part of what metaphysicians refer to as sacred geometry. A simple pattern such as the symbol known as the flower of life tells the whole story of nonphysical being converted into physical.

When souls became physical / human they had some memories of their usual form of conveying information, and they used the representations to adorn early pottery, buildings, and written materials. Just as music can be a single instrument playing a melody or an orchestra filling the universe with complex harmonies, what you see is a number of variations on conversations.

Since you are in the physical element, you are only “seeing” the physical representations. The way to truly get the most out of your experiences is to clear your mind of preconceived notions and let yourself “feel” and be immersed in both what is visible and what is not visible.

You are entering into the dimension between physical and nonphysical, wherein also lie those souls who are available to assist humans. Ask them to help you understand what you are observing. Meditative states, where your mind is silent, will enhance the experience. Enjoy.