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To Shield or Not to Shield

sheild2There is a lot of talk regarding Empaths on the internet about protection and/or shielding. This has never felt right to me. Firstly, we chose to come to this Earth to assist as Empaths and secondly, if we chose it why would we want to turn our backs on it.

Awareness is the key. When you become aware that you are Highly Sensitive or an Empath, take responsibility for choosing that. The first step is to decide whether you are going to take that on or turn your back on it. Hopefully you choose your path wisely and if you chose to shield yourself, well you’re not really fulfilling your purpose.

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What An Awesome Experience

I met Bill fcobblerom the States, at the Planetarium in London where I was living 25 years ago. Bill asked me out for dinner a couple of days later and during that evening we discussed a few subjects that led to us talking about past life therapy. Bill told me that he had been attending fortnightly sessions for about six years and that he had travelled so far back that he had gone into the future. Continue reading

Earth – School for the Spirit

school3Have you ever thought of our planet as a School for the Spirit? Similar to our education system, we choose to come here to work our way up the different levels of education. There is no judgement here, as we would not judge a child in Grade 5 expecting them to be in University. We choose our lives to achieve the lessons we want to learn so as to graduate at that level. The cycle will continue, life after life, until we obtain the highest level and then face the challenges that are there for us on the next dimension.

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It’s Okay To Be Different

Stars 1It has been such a relief since I’ve discovered that I am an Empath and learning what that means. I’ve known for years that I was a “lightworker” and that wasn’t much more than a term, with very little information available.  Firstly, accepting and understanding why I was different to most people and that it’s okay to not fit in.  I have come to a place where I really enjoy situations that I once dreaded.

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