I understand that the Universe forms a whole, and that we are part of that whole. I also understand that we are the whole Universe.
I also believe that it is important for us to leave the lower energy levels behind and open up to our Divine self, so that we can become whole and move from thinking about the Universe to acting like the Universe.
My question is: how do I leave these lower energy levels behind and become my divine self?
For the past two weeks my fiancée is unable to eat any rice or noodles. When she does eat, she vomits and feels nauseous.
She has been hospitalized and has lost a lot of weight in the past two weeks. All the medical tests look fine but the problem has not gone away.
Please help us to get this resolved.
I am in senior school. About a year ago I became very ill and started vomiting. It was really bad at the time, and I had to see a number of doctors before it got better.
I still have to take medicine daily, and I still vomit three or four times a week for no reason. This is much better than it was, but I am still far from well. I feel nauseous and tired most of the time.
Because of this, last year I missed most of the school year. This year is a bit better, but it is really difficult to concentrate at school when I feel like vomiting. I have arranged with friends to help me stay on top of my schoolwork, and so far I am coping.
However, my parents don’t understand. Whenever I feel I am unable to cope with going to school and that I should rather stay at home, we have an argument. They want me to go to school every day, even when I feel I won’t be able to cope. This is additional stress which none of us need.
I know I need to finish school and I am doing everything I can to do that, but my parents don’t see my side.
How can I explain to them that when I get up and feel too ill to go to school even if I want to, I am not bunking?
I am twenty years old and I suspect I am stressed out. I have chest pains and feel anxious and easily irritated a lot of the time. I have many headaches and digestive problems and have been gaining weight recently. I am always tired but struggle to get to sleep. I also have a rash on my neck and face.
I have been caring for both my ailing grandparents since I started high school. As a result I had no activities outside of school, and virtually no social life. I started college, but had to drop out because my grandparents now require round-the-clock assistance. I only get out of the house when they have doctor’s appointments. Their last appointments were 35 days ago.
I cannot count on my mother to help me, because she is spending all her time and energy on getting my three younger siblings back – they were kidnapped by my father and his ex-convict new wife.
I feel that I am struggling more and more to cope, and I am worried that I will die before my life has really started. I often pray to God to help me, even if it is just to help me relax so that I can get a good night’s sleep, but it feels like things are getting worse rather than better.
What can I do to make my life better?
I have a situation where my heart says one thing but my brain says another thing. When I was 12 years old, I was a lonely kid. A friend of my mom’s had a little baby girl. Somehow I held the baby soon after she was born, and I still remember that moment – it was magic!
Over the years I have done a lot of baby-sitting for the girl. I still do this for a few hours most weekends, and sometimes also during the week when both her parents are at work. Whenever I am with the girl, everything feels right. I look upon her as my own daughter.
The girl will be turning 10 soon and I am now 21 and in college. The problem is that I get mad if I don’t see her for too long. Her mom sometimes calls me to come over, because the girl is crying to see me. When our moms visit, the girl and I can chat for hours.
I am worried because my friends are starting to make comments about me being a dirty old man when this is so far from the truth. I don’t understand why I get upset when I haven’t seen her for a few days. What can I do?
I had a good life when I lived with my parents. Everything was simple and I was happy.
Then I moved into my own place and had my first real adult relationship. Now I have a landlord, a job, rent, money, and lack of sleep to deal with all the time.
I feel tired all the time. I am bored at work and come home to deal with all sorts of tiny issues that just pile up.
Why can’t life be as easy as it was in the old days? There must be a way to get some of that back?
Over the past several years I have been challenged socially and financially. I have very limited resources and my mind seems focused on fears rather than on the future.
I am also worried that past mistakes and nasty people whom I have left behind will come back to haunt me.
How can I change my mind-set so that I can focus on the future?
I had two friends who have now blocked me on social media and they don’t answer the phone when I call.
One of them is a man whom I have always regarded as a brother to me. He asked me a while ago to add his girlfriend, and I did. I thought she is a lovely girl and gave them both support and respect.
When her friend became abusive and hit her, I reported it and she was so grateful to me. I sent her poems and stuff to cheer her up.
Now she and her boyfriend have both blocked me for no reason, and I don’t understand.
I am struggling to get joy out of my life at the moment. I seem to be dealing with the same things over and over – unemployment, no interviews, lack of money, relationship stuff, other people’s nonsense and so on.
I find myself often dwelling on past moments to escape my present. Many things can trigger these nostalgic moments, for example the first snowfall makes me long for simpler times, or autumn reminds me of my school days and the comfortable times of no worries.
How do I inspire myself amongst all these present negatives without wanting to go back to what I no longer have?
When things get really stressful, it is time to first look after yourself.