Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Anonymous said...

I feel so lost. I grew up a Christian, and I am araid that I have lost my wat, I read a book "conversations with God, years ago. It struck a chord with me, because when I was going through a divorce, I had a similar experience. I really felt like God talked to me. I have never been the same! My brother who is the realist and most kind and loving person, along with his wife, is fighting pancreatic cancer. My whole family are Christian, and I think I should be too. But, I don't won't to be a hypocrit. I have asked God, Jesus to let me know, if I am lost! I just keep thinking that God is in everything and everywhere, no matter what your religion.I don't want to just believe in Christianity as the only way, because I am afraid not to, and maybe be insinsere, but I don't want to be lost and go to hell either.

I pray every day to God, to let me know the truth, and I am also very depressed.

I can't just say it if I am not sure I believe it. Please help

Answer from God through Carley:

"It can be very difficult to know something in your heart that goes against what you've been taught and what others that you love believe.  You are not lost.

I talk to everyone, but not everyone chooses to hear me.  You are exactly right; I am in all things.  There is no one right religion.  I wish to have a personal relationship with every being.  Whether we have a close personal relationship is up to each being.  I am always available to every being, and it doesn't matter to me what name I am called."
Anonymous said...

god, what you intend to do with this craziness of my head?

Some people said to just watch this life as cosmic motion, as an entertainment. But how can I if karma is there? What about the karma that my head keeps making each day?

It's a luck that in this life I have the chance to know the secret of you, maybe just in the slightest. But what if I reincarnate again, and what if I don't recognize you? Life would be more than a double pain if it happens.

So, what should I do? Go straight to you or just do a job where I can tame my greed and control my mind better?

But somewhere deep inside I know the excitement of business world is a part of my innermost dream, and also art. But I love to help people too, like becoming psychologist. And the first choice seems to make head more turbulent than the second. But overall I know all in this life is impermanent and be with you is the most peaceful one.

Do I have to learn the lessons you have for me? If I skip it and just go renunciate, silencing my mind, is it wise?

Answer from God through Carley:

"Each being has an agreement with me that they created between the last life and the next, where all emotion and ego are lost and only love and the mission to understand all things remains.  How differently would you view this life and its circumstances if you were to accept the fact that you experience what you do because you asked to?  Would you look at your circumstances as lessons and then try harder to learn from them?  Would you try to use what you learned to help others?

Many people find that from their life circumstances, come their career passions.  The raped become domestic violence counselors, police, lawyers, and psychologists.  Abused children become truly great parents, lawyers, child advocates, work in legal aid or as family psychologists.  Those who experienced lack in their early lives turn back to offer a hand up to others who are where they were.  Those who appear to have everything volunteer at homeless shelters, senior centers, become big sisters or brothers, help their neighbor mow or plow, rebuild or bring them a meal when they are sick.  These are the people who complete the agreements of this life.  Those who don't complete their agreements get as many chances as they need to do so.  

So you see, it's all up to you.  It's always been up to you.  I'm here, a loving parent who will always help when I'm asked to and who will be your most fervent admirer when you learn and your loving voice of encouragement when you have more to learn.  Ask for my help, take action and pay attention.  I am always listening when you speak to me."

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Anonymous said...

Hello God,

I'm at a loss again. I'm again lost, broken, confused. As you know, I'm now battling with Tendonitis in the hands/wrists/forearms and possibly something more serious. You've said many times to find what it is that I enjoy and work towards it. Find what makes me happy and do it. Well, I was working towards it and now I've injured myself somehow. And now I can't do anything I enjoy. I feel so useless, and I'm really just at a loss. I'm emotionally exhausted. I try day in and day out to be positive and live with an open heart and I just have no more to give. Can you please give me a sense of direction or guide me in what to do next in order to reach my goals or help me find new ones, you know what they are. There is so much I want to do and I feel like I"m just wasting time. Life is so short and I still have so much to learn. I can't sit still to meditate and when I try to listen, I probably try too hard to listen and miss what you're trying to tell me. Please open my eyes to help me see what you're trying to tell me. Also, please help me find true love.
Answer from God through Carley:

"The easiest way to bring new things into your life that you enjoy, is to be truly happy for the things that are already in your life that you enjoy.  Look around you more and allow your thoughts to be in the moment you are in.  Think less about the future, and spend time enjoying what you've already achieved.  I'm not saying do not plan for the future, you most certainly should make plans and have goals, but could you hold onto them loosely?  For instance, if it's a new car you'd like and the one in your mind's eye is red, would you think that the great deal you were able to get on a blue one wasn't an answer to your prayer, but rather luck or coincidence?"

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Joseph said...

Dear God,

I am a 19 year old teen/boy. I do not know the answers to every question, nor do i know what to do with my life. Everyday i struggle to find a way to better my life, such as trying to please what my parents want for me, and not what i want for myself. Who am i? I do not even know. Am i already having an identity crisis at such a young age? I have done many wrongs, such as masturbation, and i can not seem to stop. i feel so stressed over school, work and family. Lord, please help me in my path to seek who i am, and to receive your grace. lead me into the right path.

Answer from God through Carley:

"First, you already have my grace; you have always had it.

Some people are born knowing what they want to do with their lives.  For those that are not as certain, a way to find what you are most passionate about is to try as many things that interest you as possible.  You will discover that some of the things you try are not as interesting as they seemed before you tried doing them.  Other things will require practice and hard work in order for you to excel.  If you love what you're doing, doing it will never feel that it takes too much work to become proficient.  When something that you try ignites something in you, stick with it.  I gave you all great intuition.  When you use your intuition you search your heart to know what feels right and what doesn't and that is where I am.

Using your intuition regarding everything you do in your life is also a wise practice.  When you do things that others say is wrong ask yourself a few questions; Are you hurting anyone?  Are you hurting yourself?  By doing it are you taking away from the quality of your life?  If any of those questions are answered with yes, then stop the practice or limit it so that the answers become no.  If you cannot stop harmful practices on your own, seek help. It was never my intent for anyone to accomplish anything of significance alone."

Monday, October 3, 2011

Anonymous said...

I wanna have eternal peace.

How to?

Answer from God through Carley:

"Eternal peace is your birthright.  To claim it, you need to remember what children know; that you are worthy of love, that you are worthy of making your dreams come to life, and that you are to spend time doing things that give you true joy.'