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- I have had the experience (more than once) of being fully aware of when another person has fantasized romantically, and/or sexually, about me. I could feel exactly what that person was doing to me in their mind. Some people say fantasizing about others in this way is harmless, however, I felt it to be a violation. Is it a violation and invasion upon another person?
- My 11-year-old son gets easily frustrated and overwhelmed when challenged with new activities, such as if a homework task appears difficult at first. As well as looking at my own negativity and resistances, how can I support him in facing life’s challenges?
- I had severe asthma as a child, and my 11-year-old son has had asthma since he was a baby, first brought on when I left him temporarily to check into a psychiatric hospital. At that time I felt that there was a lot of terror underneath my emotional instability. I feel that my asthma, which I developed around age three, was primarily caused by the emotions of fear, grief, and a sense of abandonment. Are You able to offer any further insights, and some options to explore as alternatives to conventional medicine? My son uses the Ventolin inhaler regularly, almost on a daily basis. I have encouraged him lately to use a homeopathic remedy as a first course of action, but he feels this does not help.
- My relationship of 25 years is ending, and I feel very clear within myself to get a divorce. I have done much soul-searching over many months and know this is the right thing to do. After making the decision to get a divorce, I became romantically and sexually involved with a co-worker. I have spoken with my husband about both the divorce and the affair, and so far things have been amicable. I, however, feel guilty about my affair, but at the same time excited about and obsessed with the relationship. Do I need to end the relationship in order to be in integrity? Is what I am doing wrong?
- I heard you speak on YouTube about calling out to God and commanding God into your being, and I was wondering, how do we call upon God? We couldn’t simply do it with the English word, God, right? Or any other word for God, for that matter. There has to be a REAL way to call out to God that is not just using a conceptualised, word form of God. Saying, “I command you to enter my soul, God,” can’t be enough, can it? You have to FEEL the entire universe, cosmos, or creator entering you. But the question is how? It can’t be as easy as using a few words.
- I have a hard time receiving criticism. I tend to feel angry and defensive and often I cannot keep from reacting. What can I do better receive criticism, and how can I control my reactions better?