As an adult today, I am really only the ghost of my past. And so are you – Think about it! You consist of elements of many things: infancy, childhood, teen, young adult…and more. You may have elements of past lives, in which you lived, hated or loved, and died. But little pieces of all that rich matter still stick to you, whether you realize it or not.
A lot of your past is easily recognizable, like your attitudes, habits, and physical appearance. For instance, I always wanted light colored hair. I must have cornered the market on bleaching products, and tried my best to turn dark brown into platinum. Now I feel the same, but my hair has obligingly turned silver. I feel very comfortable with that. It is as it should be. On the other hand, some elements are not as pleasing. I have my mother’s arthritis and her heart problems. And one day I looked down and was shocked to see my mother’s legs.
I believe I have lived before. Recurrent dreams show me an old, dark, drafty house with lots of hallways and staircases. I fear it, but at the same time, I recognize it as “home.”
I can see the sunlight coming through the gaps in the rough walls in the daytime and can feel the cold wind coming through them at night. I am cold, and I see a fireplace with a meager flame that needs to be fed. In the corner is a cradle. The infant in the cradle also needs to be fed, but I have nothing to give either one. The child is too cold and sick to even cry.
I feel my lover brought me to this place from the city (London?) and left me and the infant here while he went to search for food. He never returned. I don’t know if he was killed or if he just abandoned me and went back to the city. I see his face; I know him in this life.
Other memories: Dancing in golden slippers to the delight of a room full of people;
wearing a powdered wig that itched and smelled bad from lack of washing;
writing day and night, not even stopping to sleep.
Rescuing family members and friends in some type of space ship as the earth crumbled and fell to pieces.
I don’t know where the wild imagination came from, but that last one has to be a fantasy.
Do you find yourself remembering things like this and wondering why they were familiar to you? Do elements of your past rise up unexpectedly and hit you in the face? Have you seen or met someone you are sure you know? Don’t be afraid of memories. Know that you are just beginning to store them up, and there will be many more.
You might think of yourself as a book being written. Each chapter is a life you have lived. The chapters may be very short, for instance, if you died in infancy. Another chapter may be very long; you may have lived to a great age, and experienced many important and perhaps historical events. You may have known Albert Einstein or Jesus. You may have even walked upon another planet. Think of the wisdom you have accumulated!
So, don’t fear your rich collection of memories. Instead, try to connect with more of them, and use them to your benefit in your present life.
You may need to contact your spirit guide for help and guidance, but it is important to open up your psychic inbox, and allow these rich memories to enter your present world.
If you need help contacting your spirit guide, you may want to refer to the main menu of Psychic Flashes to read “Finding Your Spirit Guide.
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Oh, Yes. almost forgot! – Happy Halloween