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The 7 Stages of a Twin-Flame Relationship

Recognition and Temporary Spiritual Awakening

Both twins recognize one another at the soul level and feel as if they have met before. Synchronous events surround the union, the heart chakra open and both souls quickly merge into a third unified energy. Both twins experience an acceleration of spiritual understanding.

The Purpose of the Recognition Stage & Temporary Awakenings Stage: To activate the memory of each soul’s life mission and to help awaken each twin to higher levels of consciousness.

Testing

The initial temporary spiritual awakening (illumination) fades. The ego (little self) begins to reemerge. One or both twins may attempt to fit the relationship into the “old model” of love, couple hood and relationship as it relates to their ego desires and learned false beliefs. Inner conflict arises.

false twinTwins ruminate on what they were taught to believe their beloved “should be” and how relationships are supposed to serve them. Both twins feel simultaneously inspired and toppled by power of the union. Doubts creep in, making one or both twins begin to view their beloved critically or suspiciously.

The Purpose of the Testing Stage: To cause outdated mental concepts about relationships to rise to the surface to be cleared.

Crisis

The crisis of the twin is realizing they must either reject egoic beliefs about love relationships or reject their beloved. Having to shed “little self” or identity based beliefs and desires to embrace a higher expression of love can lead to stubbornness and anxiety.twin flames Continue reading

This Woman’s Near-Death Experience Reveals That Heaven Is a State of Being

When you learn to love and value yourself, you can experience a piece of heaven!
In this video clip, Anita Moorjani (author of Dying to Be Me) talks about her well documented near-death experience with lymphoma and how it helped her to understand what our illnesses can teach us and what really matters most in our lives.
She had an amazing experience after dying from cancer, she became everything.
Every moment was happening now, she could see the perspective of each member of her family, all at once!
She embodied a higher consciousness that is available to us at all times!

Source:  HayHousePresents

10 Incredible Stories Kids Have Told About Past Their Lives

1. When my son was 3, he told me that he really likes his new daddy, he’s really nice. My husband is his one and only daddy.  I asked ‘Why is that?’

He replied: ‘My old daddy was really mean. He stabbed me in the back and I died. But I really like my new daddy, he’d never do that to me.’

2. When I was a little girl, I lost [it] when I saw some guy at the grocery store. It was unusual, because I was generally quiet and well behaved. I never had to be taken out of somewhere for misbehaving, but we had to leave the store.shutterstock_415878451

When my mom asked what was wrong when we got in the car, I told her he took me away from my first mom and hid me under his floor and made me sleep for a long time until I woke up with my new mom.
I then refused to sit in the seat of the car on the ride home, but insisted on cowering under the dash board so he couldn’t take me again. It freaked her … out, as she is definitely my biological mother, so obviously my ‘first’ mom.

3. Getting my 2-and-a-half-year-old daughter out of the bath one night, my wife and I were briefing her on how important it was she kept her privates clean. She casually replied: ‘Oh, nobody “scroofs” me there. They tried one night. They kicked the door in and tried, but I fought back. I died and now I’m here.’  She said this like it was nothing.

4. ‘Before I was born here, I had a sister, right?   Her and my other mom are so old now. They were OK when the car was on fire, but I sure wasn’t!’

He was maybe 5 or 6 years old. It was totally out of the blue.

5. When my little sister was younger, she used to walk around the house with a picture frame with a picture of my great grandpa in her hands crying and saying, “I miss you Harvey.”

shutterstock_366990245Harvey had died before even I was born. Other than this common occurrence, my mom told me that she would constantly say things that my great grandma Lucy would say.

6. When my little sister first started talking, she used to say some really disturbing things. She used to tell us about how her old family would put things inside of her and would make her cry, but her Daddy eventually burned her so much that she was able to find us, her new family.

She spoke about things like that from the ages of almost 2 to 4. She was much too young to have ever been exposed to any content where children, or anyone else could [experience those things], so my family has always thought she held memories of a prior life.

7. Between the ages of 2 and 6, my son would tell me the same story of how he picked me to be his mother.
He said something about being with a man in a suit and picking a mother that would help him accomplish his souls mission. … We didn’t discuss spirituality … nor was he raised in any sort of religious environment.
The way he described it was that it was similar to grocery shopping, that he was in a bright room with people who were lined up like dolls, and that he picked me. The man in the suit asked him if he was sure, he replied that he was, and then he was born.

My son also had an early fascination with WWII era planes. He could identify them, their parts, what region they were used in, and the like. I still have no idea where he got that information. I’m a science gal, his dad is a math guy.

We have always called him ‘Grandpa,’ because of his peaceful and gingerly demeanor. This kid seriously has an old soul.shutterstock_357969482

8. My nephew when he first began really talking in sentences told my sister and her husband that he was ‘so happy he picked them.’ And then went on to say that before he was a baby he was in a bright room and saw lots of people and he ‘picked his Mom because she had a nice face.’

9.  My older sister was born the year my Dad’s mom died. According to my dad, as soon as my sister was old enough to say the words, she said ‘I am your mother.’

10. According to my mom, when I was younger, I would tell her about how I had died in a fire a long time ago. I don’t remember that, but one of my biggest fears is my house burning down. Just being around open fire scares me.

What do you think about these cases?  Is there something going on here?

Source: Thanks to Epoch Times

Why Are Children Remembering Their Past Lives?

Are more children remembering past life experiences?  Psychologists, historians and researchers have become increasingly more open to this possibility recently because of the large amount of verifiable evidence being presented.

Parents all over have been confused and concerned about their children because of the things they are saying and remembering.

 Check out this video about what is going on.

This video shows a few different children and their experiences with remembering their past lives and experiences.  From memories about relatives to experiences with war.

The video also interviews the parents of these children and we hear about how shocked they were about the idea of reincarnation being real.

The following video is an educational video about reincarnation studies.

How can the study of past lives enhance our understanding of consciousness?

When listening to our children we can learn a lot “out of the mouth of babes” right?

If you are interested and careful you can test this for yourself and let us know what you find:

With the parents permission ask a small child “Do you remember when you were big?” and see what they say. A friend of mine tried this and heard a lot of surprising things from her young toddler.

It might also be interesting to keep a journal about it for the child. I would advise listening and observing more than anything else. Try to resist playing the experience up or adding to the story. Just listen to what they say and remember that children can have both amazing experiences to share as well as powerful imaginations.

Caution: I feel like it is imperative to remain calm when we talk to children about these things because it has a potential to expound possible fearful experiences if not dealt with properly.  Whether it is their imagination or a real experience we need to help them work through it and be the pillar of strength they are looking for.   Reassure them that they are safe if they become scared and use your best judgement about continuing to ask questions.

Creating an open listening space will do a lot for the growth and nurturing of the child with or without the discovery of a verifiable past life experience.

Let us know what you think and feel free to share other interesting videos and research in the comments.

 

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