Archive for October 22nd, 2013

Concern for father

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013

QUESTION: Masters, My father had been involved with a woman that could be classified as a gold-digger, involved in frauds maybe even laundry money. She only uses him because of money and status. They had a child and then dragged him into debt. She caused black magic to be performed against us. After a silent “war” of almost 6 years between our family and her, she left him and their child for another man, I thought we were finally free and my dad was flourishing! To our dismay, last weekend she went back to live with him and played the repentant card and my brother said that they seem to be getting back together. I understand soul lessons but my human side is very worried and desperate as my brother is struggling to pay for uni and she is living off my father since she refuses to get a job. I don’t know what to do. ~NM, United Kingdom

ANSWER: Each person on Earth is a soul having a human experience that it chose before coming. Your father pre-determined the lessons he wished to face and it is his journey to figure out how to work with them to learn as much as he can. You and the others involved knew what was coming and desired to find out whether you could deal with it as a spiritual lesson or be kept in negativity with fear, anger, jealousy, and the desire to control others.

The best thing to do is to be true to yourself. You and your brother should be open with your father about your concerns for his welfare. Condemning her to him will serve no purpose but to alienate him from you. While she is a very negative and manipulative being, she is not involved actively in black magic. You have spooked yourself with fears of things you don’t understand.

Your father loves you but he also has feelings for this woman. His money is his own to do with what he wishes. Your brother should try to get a commitment regarding his uni fees if your father is willing – but he has no obligation.

Should I walk in to change my future?

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013

QUESTION: Masters, I’ve been told that I am from the angelic realm and I have incarnated voluntarily to help heal the planet with my Twin flame who I met 5 years ago but we were forced apart through a curse which traumatized me and caused a miscarriage. Was this all part of our original soul plan and are we still planned to reunite? I have tried to be strong but have lost something along the way. I have been considering a walk in to at least enable the chance to complete a successful mission. Do you think this is a wise choice? ~Marisa, Malta

ANSWER: All souls incarnate voluntarily, and a large number choose to help the planet and its inhabitants in finding themselves and healing their problems. You have first to work on and complete the life lessons you picked before you can enter into service work. First is assuming responsibility for the situation you created in your life.

The one you believe is your twin flame is only a soul mate with whom you contracted traumatic activities to see how you could deal with them. No curse, per se, was involved – just the planning you and he had chosen. The miscarriage was something you wished to experience to see if you could emotionally and mentally handle the results. Assigning blame to an imagined curse is denying the facts. Go into the energy around the event and see why you have been unable to forgive yourself.

You did not plan to reunite after the miscarriage but it is always possible since both of you have freedom of choice. He has moved on, but you find it impossible to do so. What you have lost is the sense of self. Who are you? Who do you feel you are? You rely on something you were told instead of doing the work to ferret out your true essence. You are the only one who knows who you truly are.

You must start by loving yourself. Accept that everything that has occurred was for learning. Being a walk-in would mean entering a different body with its own memories and prior events. Someone who walked into your body would have your history and continue on with this present life.

Your successful mission is to get as much out of this life as possible. You have no responsibility for anyone else, just for you. Don’t think about others until you know exactly what your lessons taught you. This is your journey.


Dental phobia

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013

QUESTION: Masters, I’ve always suffered from horrible dentist phobia. I was scared of dentist from the very first appointment at the toddler age for no specific reason. The older I get the worse the phobia has gotten. I’ve had also positive experiences of dentists, always feeling like “now I have faced my fear and won” but when I need to get dentist appointment I get bad panic attack. This affects my life in very negative way, especially when my teeth require dental services often. Do you have any advice for us who suffer of phobias? How to settle the scores with the paralyzing fear? How I can become friends with my dental appointments? ~Ms. M, Finland

ANSWER: Your dental phobia has to do with a couple of past-life traumas. You have continuing fears and negative feelings about your teeth and mouth. It is getting worse because you continue to stimulate the intense horrible emotions from these lives. To rid yourself of this phobia you need to revisit those lives and resolve the issues that created the anxiety.

Your unconscious is working on you to face these emotions by requiring you to need dental treatment on a regular basis. If you didn’t need dental work you would never face your fears. Fears are the sign posts of life lessons that say “fix me now.”

The easiest way to work with the degree of fear you possess is under hypnosis. Find a good past-life regression hypnotherapist who will be able to take you back to the cause of your pain. The process can even be started in the current lifetime by the suggestion that you go back to the first time you experienced this event in this life and examine all the things that played into your fear. You will be able to see that you do not have to carry the fear forward – you can resolve it at the point of origin.

The initial event is creating a trigger point that causes panic any time a similar incident, in this case work needing to be done on your teeth or mouth, is contemplated. Once you can resolve and leave behind the old fear, you will be able to analyze the safety, and almost pain-free techniques, that dentists now employ. Your triggers had nothing to do with dentists but with torture, an accident, and birth defects.

If you can get deep enough into meditation or self-hypnosis, you can even take yourself to these lives to cut the attachments. However, it would be much easier with a hypnotherapist.