Archive for January 4th, 2011

Stopping to say Goodbye

Tuesday, January 4th, 2011

QUESTION: Masters, The evening my mother passed over, I was at that time in another country. I went to sleep and had a dream that I was in my mother’s bed and my whole body was vibrating. I woke up suddenly in my bed were I had fallen asleep—my body was still vibrating and felt as if the whole bed was shaking. That day I received news my mother had passed away. Please let me know what this was. Thank you ~Angela, UK

ANSWER: As souls pass out of their human body and resume the energetic form of Home they frequently wish to say goodbye to those closest to them. Since you were away at the time of your mother’s transition she wished to let you know of her passing and that it was peaceful.

The vibration you felt was the “humming” of the universal energy. Most of the time humans are unaware of this comforting sensation, but as they cut away from solid body form it is perceivable. The residual energy you felt as you awakened was the happy “glow” your mother left to let you know she had made an easy transition and was joyful and at home with all her friends from this life and past ones.

Absolute Trust

Tuesday, January 4th, 2011

QUESTION: Masters, I’ve been on this path 12 years, I’ve done acupuncture, worked driving taxi and tram. My mom just died quite suddenly, and I had to stop my tram driving because the atmosphere made me sick. I stepped to “emptiness” and I know that I have to trust myself and have Ahmyo, as Adamus says. But I’m very afraid now and can’t get any support especially from my dad and also from my children’s mom. Please give me a hint and proposals where to find some truthful answers so that I can go forward—not backward! ~Eero, Finland

ANSWER: “Truthful” answers only come from within. Each person has his own truth. No one can tell you what is right for you. Ahmyo (absolute trust in yourself and your feelings) is important in a person’s journey. If you do not develop total trust in yourself and your intuition you cannot move forward.

Support? What type of support do you need? Someone to tell you it is all right to rely on others and not have that faith and trust in yourself? Step up and take responsibility for your life. Stop making excuses for your uncertainty and lack of faith. Take an inventory of all the great abilities and characteristic you possess; then go out and apply them to your everyday life.

A solitary journey

Tuesday, January 4th, 2011

QUESTION: Masters, I would be grateful if you could enlighten me as to how I can best help my youngest son who is going through a bad patch. He is feeling confused and depressed and finding it difficult to find joy in life and the moment.  Is what he is going through part of his life lessons? ~Ruth, Ireland

ANSWER: The best way to “be there” for him is to let him go. He is trying to learn to ride a bicycle and someone is always holding him up instead of letting him perfect his balance with a couple of falls. Definitely be there to pick him up when he falls, and to offer advice from your experience, but only when he asks.

Humans do not spend their entire lives in joy and total clarity. He is finding his way. His elders have always shouldered some of his burdens so he has never carried a full load until now. He is more than capable of being his own person. What he is doing right now is looking pathetic to everyone in hopes of being bailed out yet again.

Let him sink if he must; that is the only way he will learn to swim his way through adulthood. This is all part of his life’s plan and lessons.