Archive for January 8th, 2019

Spiritist doctrine

Tuesday, January 8th, 2019

QUESTION: Masters, When I was younger, Allan Kardec’s spiritist doctrine became very present as a form of religious study. Today I think, is it all an absolute truth? For example, would suicide really be a crime against one’s own life and the spirit would go to the city of the “Umbral” (lower astral city)? Or would the soul only free itself from the density of the physical body and be free? If we create our reality all the time, do these religious beliefs influence us when we accept it as truth, right? Could you talk about this, please!? ~Sergio, Brazil

ANSWER: Spiritism is a philosophical religion based on the writings of the French educator Hippolyte Léon Denizard Rivail, who used the pen name Allan Kardec. His doctrines dealt with the connection, in his reality, between the physical and nonphysical elements in his accepted universe. He related that the soul, as we know it, came to Earth (or incarnated) in order to understand humanity and therefore be enriched.

What a soul faces, when having a human experience, has to do with what they accept as their own reality. Each soul creates an illusion of life by the belief systems they choose to accept to rule and control their life. These beliefs generally come from things that others have accepted and then have persuaded the soul to accept as the way to exist.

The only place where negativity exists is on the surface of the planet Earth. Once leaving the human physical, a soul cannot experience negativity or “bad” things. They return to an essence of unconditional love. A suicide separates the soul from the physical form and frees it to enter the unconditional love where negativity is banned.

When you accept and/or follow the doctrines, beliefs, or dictates of a group, religious or otherwise, they influence you only as long as you continue to keep them as part of your reality. If you want to change to a conflicting belief, they disappear unless you return to them later.

What you should do is not accept anyone else’s ideas about your life unless they feel good to you and resonate with your energy. When you adhere to another’s beliefs, you are giving them control over you. Always take responsibility for your own power by examining how the ideals of others impact you.

On a spiritual path nothing is right or wrong. It is a series of tasks that allow you to see what you can learn from using or observing how your life is directed by your choices. All the choices are yours. Don’t be afraid to try out various directions until you find something that satisfies your thirst for knowledge and understanding.

Recognizing your essence

Tuesday, January 8th, 2019

QUESTION: Masters I frequently have dreams about moving objects with my mind and flying. Whilst having these dreams there appears to be a certain frequency I tap into which I briefly remember on awakening. On awakening I quickly realize I cannot do these things, though the sensation remains. I often feel fear just in case I can actually do these things. What are these dreams trying to tell me, and what can I – if anything – learn from them? ~Steven, UK

ANSWER: A soul comes to Earth to learn certain life lessons and, once the lessons are completed, to understand who they are as a soul. Every soul is a piece of Source, who is all-powerful, all-magnificent, all-knowing, and all-creative. Simply put, that means that a soul undergoing a human existence has the ability to utilize all the same powers and abilities as its Source origin.

Outside of the physical body, your essence is pure energy unless and until you decide to take some type of physical form. As energy, you can go anywhere and do anything you wish. Intention is the driving force. Want to relocate? Wish it and you are there. Want to change your environment? Imagine it and it is so. Your relocation can be done instantaneously or by leisurely “flying” to the new position.

When you “realize” upon reentering your physical form that you cannot do what you have just experienced, it is by choice. You have the ability to do anything, but you have not included it within your choices for your reality.

The fear is part of your journey to Earth. Doubts and fears define the tests a soul presents to its human self. To accept these possibilities, you have to get out of your head where the idea of impossibility is controlling your thinking. This is part of the ego mind, which is society’s concept that you need to rate, grade, and judge all actions taking place.

Accepting that this is true in your life is allowing others (society) to make all your decisions for you. Stop thinking and start “feeling” what you believe you can do – understanding there are no limitations.

Your dreams, which are really journeys your soul is making while your body is in a state of rest, are attempting to remind you of what your essence is capable of. It is like a post-graduate course in soul recognition, and not for everyone. If it begins to resonate with you, work on taking trips while meditating. The possibilities beyond that are unlimited.

Two human bodies, one soul

Tuesday, January 8th, 2019

QUESTION: Masters can the same soul reincarnate in two bodies in the same time and space, have death in one and continue the experience in the other body? Additionally, can these two lives have an agreement with another soul who is the same person here on earth? ~Amb, Portugal

ANSWER: No. A soul comes to Earth – that is, incarnates – only to experience the life lessons it previously chose, and for no other reason. Two souls can share a body only if one is having a human existence and the other has disincarnated (died) and been invited by the first to enter the same body.

The discarnate can continue with its planned life, which it left when it died, only if the soul occupying the body allows it to take over. The original soul can just travel along and observe life, or it can choose to leave the body and return Home, giving the discarnate possession – but that would cause the human body to die since no viable soul is present. This is extremely rare.

There cannot be another soul who is the same person, and no soul can live in more than one body at a time, so the agreements you mention are impossible. A single soul, in choosing to have a physical lifetime, may have that life only at one time, in one place.

It is true that the soul’s many lives do co-exist. They occur in different timelines and are imprinted within the soul’s akashic records, similar to the way a compact disc contains many different cuts of songs or videos. But the soul’s human awareness can be present in only one of these timelines at a time. The other “lives” are energetic until the soul’s focus shifts from one timeline to another and the awareness is shifted to the other body, severing connection to the previous physical life.