Archive for May, 2012

Gifts or anchors?

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012

QUESTION: Masters, I have always been clairvoyant and grew up seeing other dimensions. When I was 29 I met a man and immediately fell in love. He felt the same way but was married with two young children and could not bear to leave his marriage. I could not stop crying because I had missed him so much for so many years and saw all of his astral selves. My experience with him opened up my holographic vision. It has been almost two years since we have been apart, and I cannot stop thinking about him or loving him. I have constant dreams of him in a blue light talking with me. I have felt lost spiritually and have hated my gifts. I cannot move forward no matter what I try. Can you tell me what this meeting was and why or if we will ever meet again in this lifetime, and what I can do to restore my spiritual faith? I don’t understand and am sad beyond words. ~Grace, USA

ANSWER: You had decided to come to Earth with a remembrance of a number of the gifts and abilities you had perfected in past lives. Some came easily to you and increased the range of feelings and emotions you were able to read and share with the souls with which you came in contact.

This soul appeared when he did to give you some perspective on your abilities and what you could do with them. He is one of your soul mates and, as you know, you have had many lifetimes with him. The two of you had not felt it necessary to be together in this period of time but rather for him to be a stimulus to awakening more of your skills. His path was to have a loving family, which he is guiding through life’s challenges.

You have let your third-dimensional romantic ideas take over and distract you from your spiritual journey. As with all of life’s interactions, this is neither right nor wrong. You may continue to pine for him to come into your life, which he has not planned, or you can thank him for the wake-up call he gave you and move on to something else.

You are acting like a spoiled little soul who has experienced Home again and does not want to have anything else but the ultimate. You don’t want to have to work anymore. One of your lessons concerns perspective: deciding what is it you came to learn and seeing whether you can disregard the distractions and get down to business.

Choose the positive feelings and follow their lead. If romance is your only goal, spirituality will be difficult to include. You don’t have to be a slave to your gifts, either. You may put them aside and move in another direction. Go into your intuition and feel your way forward.

Breaking God’s laws

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012

QUESTION: Masters, AJ Millar (AKA Jesus) has said that soon sea levels will rise 100m and wipe out the entire Australian Eastern coast. After hearing this, and not acting to move and protect ourselves, I feel we are committing suicide. This goes against God’s laws. I feel fear and confusion about this. It feels OK for me to stay where I am and face whatever happens, but I don’t want to break God’s laws! What is my lesson in this? ~Deanna, Australia

ANSWER: The teachings of souls spending time on the Earth as humans are to be interpreted as each person feels is applicable to his or her journey. “God’s laws” have many translations depending on what the leaders of the religion or sect want their disciples to believe. Society and family give you additional laws, and from all these “shall nots” you select the belief systems on which you want to pattern yourlife.

Everyone has freedom of choice to choose what to experience. It is up to you to determine whether to accept blindly all that is preached even if it doesn’t feel right. You have the choice to say, “That does not feel right to me and I’m not going to follow that law.”

There are many facets to suicide. Doing something proactively to end your physical existence is one. Not watching where you are going and stepping in front of a moving vehicle may also be considered suicide. Also, a military man going into a battle from which there is no chance of coming out is a form of suicide. Standing on the shoreline without moving when you see a huge wave approaching is a type of suicide. Taking precautions against something that has not started and may occur differently than anticipated is not suicide.

Most religions do see suicide as a sin. Other religions and spiritual groups see it as a life lesson undertaken to experience all sorts of emotions, both for those taking their life and for those with whom they may have made agreements to provide lessons of survivor’s guilt, remorse, betrayal, or abandonment.

Your lesson here is faith in yourself and what you feel is the right direction for you. Stop blindly accepting what is told you and ask yourself how you feel about the statement. If it doesn’t feel right to you, then don’t follow it.

The Source or Creator is not a vengeful entity. Judgment is an energy that exists only here on planet Earth. Nothing is right or wrong. All happenings are lessons that allow you to learn. You must understand how you feel about something before you can learn from it. This is taking responsibility for your life. When you are merely a follower, you never learn.

Creating your own reality

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012

QUESTION: Masters, I was awoken being gently kissed along my left arm during Feb but I was alone. It felt very graceful, and it had an essence of NR, a man I loved unconditionally. NR ejected me out of his life out of the blue, and the phone call he did this in, he was citing he did not trust me and that I was being manipulative. I backed away, traumatized, and I am healing via my spiritual growth and energy healing. What was it? ~LH, England

ANSWER: You have a very vivid imagination and idea of how you want your life to be. You practice creating that reality consciously during the day and unconsciously continue working at night. You are still clinging to your thoughts and memories of NR. Your dream was acting out your desire.

You were trying to manipulate the relationship when you were together to create the things that you desired. You went so far as to agree that you would relent with some of your demands to make him feel more comfortable. You would start for a brief period, and then you amped up the intensity again to make your dreams come true.

You need to step back from the situation and take a look at what you were doing. Your lessons in this lifetime are all about control and this is just a tiny part of that lesson. You state that you loved him unconditionally, yet you made certain demands of him, which negated giving him total freedom of choice, which is the definition of unconditional love.

When you have expectations, whether of a situation or a person’s behavior, you are trying to control that person and the outcome. To learn your lesson you must understand that you can never get people to do what you want unless they agree to do it. To let go of your controlling personality, start to do things without programming the conclusion. Go with the flow of the universe—just let it roll.