Archive for August, 2008

Changing your image

Friday, August 22nd, 2008


Q: Masters, I nearly always end up in dead-end relationships—always putting other people’s feelings before my own. Most of my love relationships involve men with issues. I help get them through their problems and then they leave and go off with their lives somewhere else. I keep ending up alone. Have I taken the wrong path in my life? I sense I am not doing what I came to Earth to do. I am feeling confused and lost. Your advice would be greatly appreciated.

A: Your choice of life lessons has left you on an emotional merry-go-round. You are an extremely strong person when it comes to traumatic situations, but when the pressure goes away you are left with more to give and no one around who needs your assistance. You stand in the middle of the stadium after everyone has left and the lights are turned out. That is why you feel lost, alone, and confused. One minute you are the pivotal player in the action and the next you are superfluous.

This is what you chose to experience. That said, you have done so and now may change and move on to other experiences. To do that you have to evaluate where you are and decide where you want to be. So far your life has been in service to others. Why not choose to live for yourself?

No longer start your day asking what you can do for others. In every situation that presents to you, ask if this is something that you really want to do. Learn that there is nothing wrong with being vulnerable and needing the help of others. Stop blocking out your own needs and desires while only seeing the lacks of others.

Redefine yourself. Honor yourself. Know that it can be your turn to be the recipient. Put energy out into the universe that you wish to have a relationship with a man who is whole and ready to share life with you. Ask for what you desire.

To become a master

Wednesday, August 20th, 2008


Buenos días (Good day)—and what a beautiful day it is wherever you are! Life on your planet affords a multitude of possibilities for continuing all the lessons you went there to experience. This will allow you to return Home with the wisdom to better appreciate unconditional love. To become a Master, the first requirement being to gather wisdom, takes discipline. Today we will use your Olympic competition to let you see what others do to become masters in such physical things as sports. 

When people set their sights on being the best in a particular arena, they dedicate all their efforts toward that goal. When it comes to a physical achievement, the body must be tuned to perfection. Some who do not participate at a high level believe that you have to have a talent for a certain sport to excel at it—nothing could be further from the truth.

Let’s say that you are a fast runner specializing in the 100-meter dash, a race that now takes fewer than 10 seconds to complete. You can go out and run 100 meters over and over again, but you will not win just doing that. You must practice the starts, paying attention to response after the starter’s pistol goes off. You must concentrate on building up acceleration speed and then maintaining that for the duration. Sound easy?

Doing the above and nothing more, you might win a playground race against children, but you might not even be able to keep up with high school students. Speed comes from strength resulting from many hours spent working with weights in the gym. Speed is maintained by endurance gained from miles and miles of running around the track. Response time comes from total concentration, being able to block out everything but the sound of the gun. Fueling the machine can be accomplished only by proper nutrition.

All of these steps require disciplining yourself to keep your eyes on your goal as you repeatedly experience each aspect of the sport until you understand it, gaining the wisdom that allows you to succeed. Your result is mastery of your quest.

Mastering this human experience you are having is just as complex. Take one step at a time and you will be able to climb the stairs to mastery.

Love, light, and laughter.

The Masters of the Spirit World

Healing after surgery

Monday, August 18th, 2008


Q: Masters, after months of difficulty moving, I have been diagnosed with a torn ligament in my knee. The specialists say that it can only be repaired with a surgical procedure. Why did this happen to me? How best can I spiritually prepare to aid the healing process?

A: Intensity is the hallmark of your existence. You never do anything part way. When you are working, lifting, or exercising, even if you are not in shape, you go full out as if you were a teenager. Your body is older, and since you haven’t kept it in shape, when you start working out again you must use moderation. Ironically, you injured yourself exercising to get in shape.

The lesson within this experience is to be aware of where you are and what you are doing. Do not overdo or overextend. Be present consciously in the process taking place. Listen to your body and honor its need to progress in a gradual manner.

Healing will take place rapidly if you provide the necessary energy to your knee. In a meditative state, visualize healing energy going in, balancing and strengthening the tendons. Remember to be methodical and gradual in your physical rehabilitation. Learn the lessons of inattention and haste that got you into this position in the first place.

You must be totally involved in the process of rebuilding. As you see yourself whole again, do not have any doubts about the outcome. Use your power to manifest; when you know it will be all right, it becomes corrected.