Archive for July, 2019

Life lessons and karma

Tuesday, July 30th, 2019

QUESTION: Masters I would like for better understanding what’s the difference between karma and life lessons that you always said? ~Thaís, Brazil

ANSWER: Life lessons are the reason that souls become human to live in a duality where they can learn through the choices they make. It is not possible to fully appreciate the powers and abilities that Source has given to souls (the pieces of itself that it broke off) while the souls are existing in the unconditionally loving energy of Home. That can only be done when souls are presented with the positive and negative sides of any human characteristic.

Life lessons are chosen before the soul enters into the human body. They are not specific – that is, not exactly as the testing will appear. This is partially the choice of the person and how they are leading their life during this time of study. Whether the lesson is accomplished depends on the individual, and what happens after that is also up to them.

If a lesson is not completely comprehended, the soul can choose to try it again in that lifetime or in another lifetime, or just move on to something else. There is no obligation to carry an incomplete lesson on through that life or into another. Nothing but the memory of what was chosen, and the results attained, affects the soul because no negativity exists outside of Earth.

Karma is a belief that the person will be made to pay for something they have done. This is the punishment aspect of society’s ego judgment. Since judgment requires negativity, it can exist only within the duality of Earth. It does not travel back to Source, nor does it hang on to the soul and require retribution.

The action of “karma” is frequently blamed for bad, or negative, choices made by people. It has also become an excuse for lazy people who do not work hard to understand their chosen tasks. It is not an actual energy, just a belief based upon a thought provided by others in society. In spirituality karma does not exist. 

Do my wishes force action on another?

Tuesday, July 30th, 2019

QUESTION: Masters, I see I can create my own reality. For example, if I create the type of love companion I’d like to be with, am I forcing self Will of the person that comes into my life? ~Mauro, Portugal

ANSWER: It is impossible to get a person to do something they do not wish to do unless they consent to the action.  You can manipulate another and appear to get them to do as you want, but in truth, they are following you of their own volition.

Many people do not wish to take the responsibility for making decisions, so they will defer to another. They believe that you know better what they want and need than they do. They are giving all their power over to you. Is this wrong for either you or them? No. It is all about the lessons each chose to learn.

When you are manifesting and creating your own reality, there are two sides involved. There are the actions that you are performing and the decisions of the other party. There is the possibility that all you have done is put the energy out into the universe of the type person you wish to attract, and that person, who is looking for someone just like you, is responding to the call.

The second possibility is that your call is heard by a person who doesn’t really know what they want, so they let you make the choices and get drawn into your desire. This is not wrong because their choice is to let someone else make the decisions. This then helps both of you get what you want.

Lacking desire for intimacy

Tuesday, July 30th, 2019

QUESTION: Masters I rarely have desire for intimacy. I don’t believe this is normal specially when I am with someone that I love. What is the cause for this and what can I do to change this? Is it just an issue of mine or of my partner’s as well? ~Marika, UK

ANSWER: There is no such thing as “normal” applying to all souls having human experiences. You are caught up in what you think, by the example of what you see happening in society around you, is necessary for loving relationships. That completely depends upon the partners.

There are situations where intense love relationships exist without sexual intimacy. In cases where circumstances prevent contact – such as in paralysis, possible contagion, emotional fragility, and physical distance – the partners may provide solace to each other through communication alone. Some also abstain through vows of celibacy but still pair up for companionship.

You deeply desire and have a need for love, for being the object of the care of another, but while you can tolerate touching and holding, giving yourself over to the ministrations of another freaks you out. This stems from incidents in your earlier life where you were used by another against your will, and now you have an intense need for being in control over your body, which you do not feel is possible during sex.

You can examine your feelings and see if it is possible to restore a sense of confidence in another’s control for short periods of time. During a flashback of fear, go into the event and try to return to the cause. Once you have arrived, look at the incident through your adult eyes and see that it has nothing to do with your current status. You will then be able to release your blockage. This may or may not open you to desiring to engage in intimacy, but it will give you another perspective on your actions.

Any time you have a relationship, what happens within it is the choice of both parties. You have your hang-ups regarding sex, and your partner has to decide whether that is or is not a vital aspect of why he loves you. Being “in love” means accepting your partner and all that represents who they are. Intimacy is not an integral part of love.