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- A loved one has started a new relationship and I can see the same scenarios running within this one as within previous relationships. In the past I have pointed this out, but this time I am feeling not to say anything at all unless one of them asks for my input. Is this for their highest and best?
- Most, if not all of my past relationships with men have been affected by the beliefs I have carried about men. I can trace some of this back to my childhood, but feel that things happened to me when I was very young that I have no conscious memory of. This has been confirmed through kinesiology. Is it necessary to bring these events into the conscious memory for healing and resolution? And how does one do that?
- When I went to an internet cafe recently I saw many people playing violent online computer games that put them as the first person (so it looks as if the person controlling the computer does the actions/shooting) I could imagine the huge number of violent thought forms created from this. What happens to the collective consciousness when millions of people play these violent games on line? Does this contribute to the acts of violence we see now in the world?
- My brother was diagnosed with schizophrenia about twenty years ago. I talk to him every day, but our conversations have become habitual and lack the intimacy that I would like to have with him. He is very depressed and I don’t know how to have a deeper relationship with him. What can I do?
- I sometimes feel misrepresented (to the point of wondering whether the other person and I even live on the same planet) or the recipient of anger and hostility from others. My initial reaction has been to try and put things right, but more recently (after a vision of Jesus choosing not to respond to accusations against Him) I am feeling to just release the feelings it brings up in me, and not respond to the other person, except for sending them a silent blessing. I know that one should always be in the asking of when to speak and when not to. Is it better to remain silent when I feel I need to justify myself? And how much of feeling the need to justify myself is simply wanting to be right?
- I often reach a point in my life where I feel lost and lack direction. At those points in time I don’t know what to do or what path to take and what decisions to make. How can I strengthen the connection to my inner self without being swayed by outside factors (e.g. other people’s opinions, my logical mind) all the time? How can I stay true to myself and gracefully walk my path? What tools can I use to stay flexible and not become rigid? Your guidance would be appreciated.
- I have noticed that I often experience discomfort when I hear people talking about other people. It is not that they are necessarily being nasty, they may be discussing something that is happening in a celebrity’s life, or it may be that they are talking about someone that we know. Sometimes it feels okay and other times it doesn’t. Can you please explain why this is so, as I am not sure if it is just me being silly or whether something that is being said is the cause of my discomfort
- I worry about my son growing up and ultimately having to make his way in the world. I see so many teenage children of friends who are currently somewhat “lost” and battling with boredom, drugs, promiscuity etc. I already see that my son is very hooked on self gratification and influenced by popular culture video games, movies, music etc. What can I do (now) to help him have a sense of purpose (and ultimately happiness) when he is older?