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Ask Marie – February 2014

Ask Marie 2013

Have a question for Marie? She answers questions written into her website inherquarterly newsletter. As an Intuitive, Marie is able to read the energy of the author and gain intuitive information to answer the questions regardless if she has ever met the person. Only first names will be used and other identifying qualifiers will be changed to create anonymity.

Thank you as always for writing into my quarterly newsletter! It’s a pleasure and an honor to answer your questions. I trust the information will be helpful or lead you to a healthy resolution!

Dear Marie,

I have a close relationship with my mother who is elderly and very ill.  She lives close by (I have two siblings who live out of state). All three of us have struggled with our mother’s personality. I have managed to be able to stay connected and close with her despite some hardships. I am noticing a very destructive energy of resentment within myself towards my siblings for their lack of interest in caring for our mother. I also feel an increasing pressure and concern about our mother’s impending end of life needs. I feel very alone with this awareness and puzzled as to whether I am somehow over-reacting, or if my siblings are in denial. I cannot tell if my mother is actually dying soon, or whether she will have a few more years with us. The resentment and pressure I feel is very distressing. Something is in my way (me?) from simply feeling peaceful and accepting. Do you have any insight or direction for me? 

Thank you for the work you do! 
Cindy

Dear Cindy,

You are most welcome. I’m so sorry to hear about your frustration. I think it’s rather common, when we have difficult relationships with family. I think you have quite a bit of repressed emotions regarding your family in general. There isn’t a lot of emotional sharing in your family, dating several generations back. You are a highly sensitive person with much to feel and express. Having a family who avoids communication is difficult for you. I think it would be best for you to tell your siblings how you feel. You need to practice expressing the truth of your emotions. However, I don’t think it will change the situation. I believe they will continue to contribute little as they have in the past. But you may get more phone calls of support and maybe a little cash to help out, if that is needed. I would work on not feeling that your mother is your mother. Sharing DNA takes many forms energetically. One form being that some parents are only meant to be contributors for a soul to emerge here and nothing more (ovum and sperm). Hallmark would love for all of us to have deep bonds with our DNA, but from a spiritual perspective the soul is a lot more complicated than that. Try to think of your family as souls and depersonalize the obvious aspects you do not share.

All my love!
Marie

Dear Marie,

I am a 54-year-old young woman and have been divorced for nearly 13 years. I didn’t want the divorce. I believed he wanted it, and so went through with it, but have repeatedly received little “signs” or “messages” that we are to be together throughout the years. We spoke once about reconciling but he changed his mind and life just went on. 

We’ve remained “friends” but I find myself feeling lonely and longing for more, for a love relationship. I haven’t tried to talk to him about my feelings or the possibility of reconciling. I am so fearful of rejection…especially from him…that I remain stuck and just hopeless. This has gone on so long that even I see me as a fool.

Please Marie, how do I release my fear? I know I must do this if I am to bring his love…or the love of another…into my life. I want both of us to be happy above all else and know that this may very well mean a life without him. I want and need love in my life, and though I am frightened, I feel the time has come (or is near) to get clear and let go.

Please, please, how do I do this?

Many thanks and much love and light to you.
Cynthia

Dear Cynthia,

Learning to let go is one of the most valuable spiritual tools one could ever learn. First, to really embrace this process I think it would be best to admit that this man is NOT the one! When we are connected to what is in our best interest everything works out, often better than we could have imagined. Your unhealed feelings of abandonment are creating your current relationship outcomes, or lack of them. Do your best to become your own very best friend. Love the magnificence of you and begin to authentically appreciate the fantastic being you are before someone else does. Doing so brings about great, passionate love.

Here is a link to my favorite tapping video on surrendering by Brad Yates. Tap with Brad for 30 days to learn to surrender in all areas of your life!

All my love,
Marie

Dear Marie,

I am trained as a traditional medical doctor, but have been studying natural medicine/functional medicine for a long time. I got sick about 12 years ago when I was 22 years old, during the start of medical school, and have tried lots of different allopathic and natural healing modalities, but am making slow progress. My main symptoms include migraines and fatigue related to chronic infections, lots of food sensitivities, etc. I am definitely better than when I started the journey but I wonder if there is something I am missing (energetic imbalance, etc). My friend who introduced me to your work gave me some general insights but I am not sure where to start.

I am also frustrated with practicing regular medicine after learning about all of the other modalities that can help people, but have had a hard time breaking into the integrative medicine field. Wondering if you have any insight into my work situation and what direction to go in. 

Thanks so much ahead of time for any input you may have. I hope to meet you sometime in the future.
Ami

Dear Ami,

Thank you for all you do in the world! I’m sorry to hear about your health issues. I do think a lot of the unresolved problems are related to your alignment, or misalignment of your true beliefs. I think in the past you have worked very hard to fit in and be a good person contributing to the world in the best way you know how. However, I believe you forgot to check in with what your true beliefs have been. I think you are quite spiritual and advanced in your thinking. Yet, I believe that sometimes (many times) you push your souls knowing into the background and operate in a manner you think society wants you to perform. I feel in this lifetime you were meant to go against the grain of social consciousness. Not like a person on the fringe of society, but as a being who brings truth and light to an issue that feeds you passionately. If you do this, you will be rewarded in every way.

Energetically you are leaking at the fourth chakra and fourth layer of the field in the aura. Please tap your fourth chakra throughout your day and visualize energy moving into your back frequently. This will help you heal faster!

All my love,
Marie

Dear Marie,

I feel like I have made some headway in the last 6 months in developing a better relationship to myself, promoting my welfare and wellbeing. Your writings, radio show and workshops have provided good tools for me and for that I am grateful. I am trying to create space in my mind so that my inner wisdom can find a voice. It has certainly helped me to feel more present in the moment and to be a better self-nurturer. However, it has not provided me the kind of insight and direction I am craving. When life seems like such a challenge my hope that I making progress wanes.

I am unclear about work and my relationship and continue to struggle to move forward financially. I feel sometimes like joy is fleeting in my life, at other times I feel I am destined for fulfillment and happiness. 

I hope that you can help provide some reassurance or insight to light the way for me. Am I suffering from karmic issues or self-imposed limitations? How can I step onto my path and discover my purpose? 

Thank you,
Elizabeth

Dear Elizabeth,

What a great question! I’m sorry to hear about the waning. These types of feelings, that creep up when you least expect them are part of social consciousness. Slipping back into thinking (like the majority of the population experiences) can feel dark and hopeless. When these moments happen, remind yourself that what’s happening is an old pattern, but not where you’re choosing to be. Let these moments remind you of who you really are while feeling compassion for the majority of our race who feels desperate and scared most of the time.

I’m sure there is much evolving with you at this time, and the paint on the canvas isn’t quite dry; you might add another color. Do your best not to hurry the process. Everything happens in the nothingness. Just breathe, and appreciate all that you have created so far!

All my love,
Marie

Dear Marie,

I just saw your Facebook posting and so I am asking you a question. A few days ago my family discovered our cottage home was ransacked and destroyed beyond repair.  It feels like someone or more was in a rage. I feel so sad and shocked and angry about this. I do not see any good in it? I do not know what my question is, maybe how to make sense of it all and find healing.

Thank you,
Patty 

Dear Patty,

I’m sorry for the disturbance in your life, and your families. I think it would be best not to take the break-in personally. It sounds like something teenagers might do, letting go of their anger. Perhaps think of some positives – no one was on the property at the time of the break in, and belongings, if broken, can typically be replaced! Many years ago when my dad was visiting the kids and me, he became concerned that I didn’t lock my doors. At the time I saw no need to, as there were so many people in and out of the home: kids, clients, and my assistant. I told him that as a child, mom had taught me to put white light around my home, car and those I love; not out of fear but out of joy. In doing so, if something needs to be protected it will be. He didn’t really like my answer, and went on to share his concern that someone might steal one of the Persian rugs in the house if the door was left unsecured. I replied that if someone did steal a rug, they needed the carpet more than I. He, of course, did not enjoy this response either.

My belief is that we really don’t own anything. All of who we are, and all that exists in the universe, is creation…a never-ending form of oneness.

Love,
Marie

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