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  1. Avatar photoAnonymous
    December 5, 2022 @ 5:46 pm

    Well that was short and sweet Cari, well done!

    • Avatar photoAnonymous
      December 7, 2022 @ 10:31 am

      Thank! Apparently a subject many wanted to know about… I was shocked at the popularity.

  2. Vickie Vickie Acklin
    December 7, 2022 @ 11:38 am

    Very nice and great subject Cari! Thanks for posting it on SA.

  3. Avatar photoGordon Phinn
    December 11, 2022 @ 2:44 pm

    Cari, have found the relevant blog post. It’s quite long so just the appropaite section:

    “Lately we’ve been accommodating ourselves to the notion that one of these yous makes many of the major life choices before entering the drama down here. We’re coming to understand that much of the challenge, anguish and danger we wade through is carefully selected to expose us in ways we either have never faced before, or did face, but as we say, kinda flunked. Of course, many devoted religionists will say that this “you” of whom we speak is actually God, whereas we feel it is that part of us closest to divinity. While I don’t see that disparity changing anytime soon, it does speak of a certain similarity of outlook which quietly belies our oh-so-apparent differences.
        I was pondering these issues as I watched a recent BBC drama (“Exile” w/Jim Broadbent & John Simm), where, as a final act of anger and disgust, the protagonist spat into the open grave of the man who had forcefully abused his unknown mother, causing his conception and later adoption. This act was the culmination of much personal investigative work into a sex abuse scandal at a local mental institution many years before.
        Whilst the drama was consistently well scripted, acted and dramatically convincing, I couldn’t help but wonder how that man might have reacted had he known of all the research into the between-life state that has given us so much more understanding of the wide variety of life choices available to the incoming soul. That research, expanding dramatically these past few years, has led us to feel that very little of consequence is left to what the old paradigm called “chance”. While there are many questions left to be answered, the picture being built is one of careful planning and choice predicated on past failures and fresh challenges.
        Various qualities need to be developed at every stage of the unfolding, sometimes it’s courage, sometimes restraint, sometimes giddy emotional indulgence and others strict adherence to rules and regulations. When souls are young, inexperienced and headstrong, obedience to established authority is required, but later, when those same souls are mature and responsibly creative, traditional authorities need to be ignored. And when authorities are corrupt, they need to be overthrown. As tribes struggle and coalesce into nations various qualities need to be developed and then released. There are no hard and fast rules for all creation, other than maybe constant change. Free thinking flexibility seems to be the guideline that comes up over and over again. What was wise and maybe sacred in one epoch may be foolish and short-sighted in another.
        Again, whilst the majority of incoming souls at this advanced stage of Gaia’s growth take “time” to plan their course work, and fit into a family and nation suitable to their needs and challenges, there are some young hotheads who rush back into incarnation, eschewing advice and warnings, so desperate are they for the thrill of of physicality. Souls like that can, and do, end up in the wombs of poor unfortunates with little chance of any kind of life enhancement. Often because that’s all that’s left after the good pickings are gone.
        Obviously, while some careful souls will actually choose an awful situation to be born into, just for the challenge of struggling upward and out, most of us have advanced beyond such. When I say “most of us” I am, of course, speaking to that amorphous group of mature and older souls who have helped map the territory by participating in regression work over the decades. As young souls tend not to be interested in such arcane activities, we have but the little information uncovered by those who would go back far enough to their days as a young soul and report on their hasty choices and afterlife remorse and huffiness (Charles Breaux’s “The Way Of Karma” is particularly good in this regard).  And as such we are forced to extrapolate from the patterns so far uncovered.”

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