Archive for March, 2010

Role of soul mates

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010

QUESTION: Last year someone appeared in my life who I thought was my twin flame because of all the miracles, love, telepathic bonding, synchronicities, and symptoms of being twin flames we both shared. Some weeks ago, we awkwardly felt distanced from each other. Is he only a soul mate, rather than my twin flame, a teacher and healer of our pasts? It’s like we’re walking on different paths now for our divine purposes. I wonder if this situation between us is just temporary like what we had several times within this one year. I still believe no matter what we’ll still be friends and connected in our souls to each other. ~JJ, Indonesia 30/x

ANSWER: This person is truly a soul mate of yours and not your twin flame. What you agreed to share together was the ultimate in physical experiences with another being. Since you had done this before with each other it was easy to set up a situation where the psychic connection elements could be brought into play. You did not plan on being together for long but only on “priming the pump” for a lover to emerge. This lover will not be your twin flame because that soul is not currently in body form.

Those examples of telepathic bonding, synchronicities, miracles, and all those other feelings were to create an appetite so you would not allow yourself to settle for anything less in a lasting relationship. Everyone has the ability to live in this type of a union if they believe they can, and create a loving, sharing relationship. Sharing is the most important aspect.

Most relationships on your planet are co-dependent, where a couple is together because they complete each other. This is a situation where the souls are lazy and don’t want to work on themselves to find their essence. It is easier for you to find someone who has the characteristics you need to be happy and to have your partner provide that benefit so you don’t have to work on the lessons involved.

Out of body experience

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010

QUESTION: Years ago I was seeking spiritual wisdom. At an intense time in this search I had the most awe-inspiring dream. My guide came to get me and we were watching the most beautiful naked woman with long hair draped around her. She was suspended in mid-air, arms reaching upwards and rotating slowly clockwise. She was being bathed in an opalescent, sparkling light, and she looked so at peace.  I turned to my guide to ask about the meaning in this exercise, and in a flash I became the woman who was before us. The light energies danced and penetrated my body. I watched and felt pure bliss, being filled with a love so strong that it is something I will never forget. The meaning of this experience truly evades me, but the experience never will. Is there a higher meaning in this experience?   ~Teddy, Canada 22/x

ANSWER: Welcome to the feel of the universe! Energy is everything and everything is energy. All the energy outside of the physical is Source energy, existing in a realm of unconditional love. When a soul spends time out of its body, in its true state, it is surrounded by that unconditional love. There is absolutely no negativity here. No fear, darkness, nor even doubt!

Your physical senses were being exposed to the sensations of your essence. Normally, while between lives, you do not have a form (body), but it was feared you would freak out if your consciousness perceived you as a mass of energy without form. The transition from observer to participant was also calculated to ease you into that state. Another learning experience was that you live some lives in a gender other than your current one.

The entire exercise was to try to awaken a sense of the essence of self as you truly exist. This is still a lesson being played out, as you have not allowed yourself to accept the possibility that this was an actual experience and not just a dream. The soul is free to travel easily to any locale or dimension when the shell (body) is in a sleep—or even just a relaxed—state.

Allow yourself to return to that experience in a meditation, or just as you go to sleep or awaken. Embrace all of the energy around you. Reach out in that state for the other souls who are there. They are just part of the overall energy. Establish communication with them and learn about that state of being. You will definitely not regret the time you spend.

Changes, changes

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010

QUESTION: Masters, this year I’ve been detoxifying my mind and body. I’m also eating healthier and have let go of addictions. Now I find that my hair is falling out, and I feel tired and dehydrated. Is this a passing phase, or do I need to do something to help my body and emotions through this change? Will I end up healthy and be able to let go of my chronic illness?  ~Angela, Australia 30/y

ANSWER: You have done all the physical things you could think of, but you have not handled all of the spiritual and emotional imbalances that existed. The mental detoxification that you performed dealt more with finding coping skills to prevent you from having to see the things that were bothering you than it did with learning the lessons behind the problems.

The place you find yourself right now is replaying some of the same situations again in the background because they were not finished. Dehydration and tiredness are  indications energy is being drawn off from your everyday needs to hold down the things that you buried under the coping methods. Start using the “Why” and “What” questions: Why do I feel this way? What is it that I am suppressing?

Your hair is another issue. You have done great in balancing your body nutritionally and chemically. What is happening is new growth; your hair is recreating itself with new and better materials—it is just a phase. Maintain your current eating habits and your nutritional balance will remain.

As to the future? That depends on you. Even your question indicates your doubt of releasing your chronic health problems. Why ever would you want to hold on to them? See yourself without them. Refuse to identify yourself with their names. Practice makes perfect.