Storytelling of Past Lives – Something nobody can Prove – 10 Jun 09

City:
Erkelenz
Country:
Germany

Yesterday I wrote once again about people who make business by ‘healing past lives’. And I cannot say often enough, that I am just and simply not in favour of making people afraid. I said it in today’s Darshan again. I believe in past lives and reincarnation but I also believe in your power to change your life in the presence, right now. I just hear so often that people are told about bad things that probably happened in their past life and they get afraid or feel guilty. And it doesn’t matter who it is, there will always be a big story in a past life including one or several of the following: rape, abuse, crime, sudden or violent death, a tragic family story or a heavy disease. And this creates fear! But don’t worry, you have influence on your life, you do not need to think of what happened in any of your past lives. You anyway cannot do anything about what happened and you are definitely not responsible for that.

I do not like this work because people, who are vulnerable, come and want to get help for now, something that they can do to change their situation but what do they get? Stories of what happened in some other time, creating fear, confusion and more insecurity. I want to say you that you yourself have the possibility to make a change for yourself. Now. It is your life! Believe in love, believe in God and be honest. God is not punishing, he loves you. Be happy.

One Reply to “Storytelling of Past Lives – Something nobody can Prove – 10 Jun 09”

  1. My friend and I once decided to play-pretend that we were goigg to tell each other about our past lives just by saying the stories about ourselves that came to mind, she said she thought I was a native American shaman and I said I thought she was a Queen during war times. We told each other stories we sensed about ourselves and each other. It was a very revealing game to play, but it was revealing to this life only. The stories we shared illuminated what we thought about each other and ourselves.

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