These are posts from two years apart that sound like a complete contradiction, maybe a bit of explanation would be helpful.
Most of these posts are what I needed in my life at their time of arrival. I started sharing them in hopes that others struggling with similar things could utilize them too.
The first (2018) deals with events from my present lifetime that I have/had drug along with me.
Events in our life can come to define us if you lock into them. They can become like a costume we wear and the emotions of that costume can swallow up the possibilities of change.
Sometimes it can be difficult to free ourselves once we have clothed ourselves in a certain way. We say “This is just how I am.” and with that declaration we pencil out many other possible choices.
That’s why, I’ve noticed, that these morning post are so repetitive in regards as to where we focus our thoughts. Repetitive thoughts don’t offer us a lot of new opportunities.
As we change our thoughts about ourselves and our percieved world, we can slowly nudge our life in a different direction.
The second post ( 2020) deals with the possibility of past incarnations. I choose to believe them to be valid experiences. I base that on my personal experience and on the work pioneered by Delores Cannon and the many practitioners that have helped people access this information. Of course Buddhism and Hinduism have embraced this belief for centuries.
Practitioners believe that many of our present life struggles are unresolved issues from prior incarnations. Similar to a spiritual memory or comparable to spiritual DNA. Once readdressed the issue in this lifetime often fades away.
I don’t know if it is a proveable phenomena, but I personally have found it to be life changing for myself and for others. Thanks.
Dragging stuff along
Morning Meds; 10 17 18
It is important to address past hurts and experiences, if they seem to be impeding our growth,
but a preoccupation with the past can rob us our future.
It dulls our appreciation of the endless nows we are passing through.
A fixation on ones past, is like trying to complete your spiritual journey while walking backwards.
So much of our growth is learning to let things go, so we are no longer holding ourselves in place.
Morning Meds; 10 17 20
Strewn along the path of our imagined personal journey lie the living embers of lives once lived.
These embers contain lessons learned and are always available to be taken in hand, blown upon with conscious intent and rekindled into flame.
The warmth of their fire, the aroma of their contents and the energy they contain can be reexperienced.
No reason not to make the best of every opportunity afforded to us.