Creating beliefs for others

QUESTION: Masters through my work I believe that I have witnessed how parents feelings and beliefs can be taken on by a baby inutero or through childhood and onwards (some people refer to as thought forms). I work in different ways to help others release energy/beliefs that aren’t belonging to them and work through negative beliefs about their self. However, I am struggling with this issue personally at the moment in relation to my son. Whilst I know that this is likely one of his chosen life lessons and understand that in many ways, I feel distressed from a human level. I am confused around my role and how to help him with this. I worry about him going through this and about his future and feel guilty about my part in this, life lesson or not. I would really appreciate your help. ~Jenean, Australia

ANSWER: You are talking about the belief systems that each person chooses and uses to manage their lives. They are the rules and regulations upon which human behavior is determined. Children learn these first from their parents, and yes, even while in their mother’s womb they are sensitive to the patterns of the mother’s belief system. Then come all the other rules they are exposed to from teachers, society, and organizations.

What most souls having a human experience must first learn is that they have the freedom of choice to change these beliefs as they see fit. The majority of people  think their system is just the way it all works and the way they have
to do things. They need to know that each rule can be deleted and replaced with something that resonates with them instead of making them feel controlled.

A soul chooses their parents and living situation before they come, anticipating that it will provide the staging for the lessons they seek to explore. Since all lessons are presented in negativity – for the soul to figure that out and also how to turn them positive – you cannot prevent your son from being exposed.

The main lesson you can assist him with is the understanding that he has that freedom to make choices. Unless he stands alone and examines all the possibilities presented to him, he will never be able to take responsibility for his actions. Without being responsible for his decisions, he cannot learn and grow in understanding of his place as a soul.

You have fulfilled your part of bringing him into this world and getting him started in life. Now trust in him and his ability to create the reality he needs to complete the reasons he came to learn.