Archive for October, 2019

What does judgment mean?

Tuesday, October 29th, 2019

QUESTION: Masters what could be characterized as judgment? For example? Does the child come home with attitudes the mother doesn’t like, if she complains, isn’t she judging his behavior? Wouldn’t you have to let it do what they want? An example of judgment? Does a person begin to comment on other people’s attitudes towards you? What to do? How to answer? ~Beto, BRAZIL

ANSWER: Judgment is the tool the human ego uses to decide where it rates in the scheme of the societal hierarchy. Is the person better than, richer than, smarter than, or more important than someone else? When looking at the activity of another, does their behavior match what your opinion of the right type of action should be, or do you believe they should do things only the way you decide is correct?

Judgment is a type of control over another, and since you are not within their body, not living their life lessons, it is really not for you to say what they should do. There are circumstances – for instance, needing to show an uninformed person what is acceptable in society – in which judging someone’s current behavior in order to teach them is a necessity. Judgment is taking place; however, it is not to control but rather to inform, and the one being corrected has the freedom of choice to accept the criticism or ignore it.

In the dual negative/positive environment of Earth, judgment rules. Only if you are concerned with developing your spiritual values does judgment become the enemy. You then recognize that each and every other soul is having their own journey of learning, and trying to tell them what to do interferes with that process.

Many people dealing with lessons about control are the worst criticizers on the planet. They continually tell everyone what to do and use judgment to show that the criticized person is doing something wrong. Judgment also has a negative energy impact on others. But this is neither right nor wrong in a spiritual perspective because learning is accomplished through using your freedom of choice to direct your own path.

Don’t worry about others judging you. Take a look at what they are saying and see if it has any instructional value; if it does, then pay attention to it. If what is being said makes no sense to you, then choose to ignore it and move on.

When it comes to your own actions, judging doesn’t help you learn a thing because you are restricting the possibilities. Instead of judging something, just ask yourself what you can learn from the situation. Evaluate the teaching involved and make future choices based on the knowledge you gain from the material that resonates with you.

Night adventures

Tuesday, October 29th, 2019

QUESTION: Masters do I Astral travel in the night? I want to know if I go anywhere in the night. And how I can remember it. I have a feeling that I go because sometimes I wake up in the night and few things happen that point to my astral travel. For instance, he gave me water to drink while I was sleeping but I don’t remember when I wake up. Was my soul not there. I am desperately looking for some answers. ~Tani, Canada

ANSWER: Your body is never completely without some portion of your soul being in residence. The physical would cease to be viable and die if the entire soul left. What does change is where your consciousness is and the degree of awareness it has of your location. It is similar to daydreaming, where you are located in one place but your mind and consciousness wander off to image or relive some exciting adventure taking place elsewhere.

The physical body needs to rest and regenerate energy through sleep, during which your bodily consciousness shuts down. The soul needs no such time off so it travels around while the body rests, and usually the aware consciousness goes with it. The soul can only totally be aware of, and live in, one place at a time.

Your physicalness “remembers” easily only the things your current mind has been a party to doing. When your soul goes off wandering, if you haven’t advised yourself that you wish to recall the travels, they are lost. The same is true of the nightly dreams you experience if you don’t awaken during them or take notice of them immediately upon waking. Asking your consciousness to include these trips in your memory when you are awake will assist.

If the soul remembers doing something in a past life and wants to renew its lessons concerning it, the soul may go to “night school” for refresher courses to bring back the learning, if not the exact lesson. This also occurs if the soul wishes to see a different perspective on a situation with which you are dealing.

There is nothing to fear in not having complete awareness of your nighttime travels. Curiosity is what is plaguing you more than anything else. Start going to sleep with the conscious thought that you desire to remember everything you do while the body rests. It may take a while to make the connection, but keep trying.

Changing circumstances

Tuesday, October 29th, 2019

QUESTION: Masters Please can you give me some guidance. Me and my husband are pretty sure he has Asperger’s. We are waiting a diagnosis. It makes sense to us now why he acts and thinks the way he does. It has caused me a lot of heartache and upset, and I now realize why I have depression and fibromyalgia. It’s a continuous battle with someone who has a different view on the world. I am always in some kind of stress mode dealing with it. Was this a pre-planned lesson? Was it a mutual plan to help each other or was it of my own making for my own benefit of learning? Is my husband being 100% honest and upfront with me about trying his best to get help and change? Can I deal with this in a better way? Or, is it time for me to move on? ~Jo, United Kingdom

ANSWER: Your lessons do include self-confidence and self-love using stress and stressors to set up most of your learning experiences. You are very empathic and take in the energy given off by those around you. You are an innate caregiver and persist in taking care of others even to your detriment. You are still trying to maintain the same degree of love for your husband that you had when you first fell for him.

No soul ever remains the same during their lifetime. You have grown apart from your husband through the choices each of you have made. It is time to start taking care of yourself and doing what you want to do and not what you feel you have to do.

Your husband enjoys negativity and getting responses out of those around him. He does not really dislike his current thought processes and isn’t doing much to evaluate and change his behavior. He is definitely not being truthful to you about his feelings and any attempts he is making to change himself because he is not unhappy with his current state.

His cavalier attitude is a major stressor for you and triggers mental and physical reactions that are harming your health. You have the freedom of choice to decide to remove yourself from this situation and find an environment where you can heal.

You have done everything you can to get him to understand what his actions are doing to you, but he just doesn’t really care. It is time to start honoring yourself and deciding how you want to live. In the spiritual sense nothing is right or wrong. Staying or leaving will both allow you to learn, but choosing another setting will allow you to get control of your emotions.