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What It Means to Be a Master

What It Means to Be a Master Wendy Zellea

Everything you read in this article is true. At least it was true for me when I wrote it. It might also be true for you, and it might not. It is up to you to decide.

You are the only one who knows what is true or appropriate for you. No longer are we able to let others make decisions for us, especially regarding our beliefs or even our physical health. Being a master in the new era means being enlightened, and that means knowing yourself.

Each of us is completely different, put together with a unique set of parameters, including DNA structure, family history, past-life issues, and even planetary inheritance. In light of this, how can one set of rules apply to everyone? Obviously, it cannot. Yet we are made to believe that competition to be the same but better is the optimal goal.