Calling It Reincarnation

When you know, just know, it was much more than an ordinary dream. 

That’s the only way to describe it. You have a sure feeling that makes absolutely no sense whatsoever to you because you can’t prove it and at the same time can’t make it go away.

It took time for me personally to come to terms with the idea of reincarnation even though it’s something millions of people around the world hold as a natural truth. Experience was the key for me as I had more than one moment of feeling strongly about who and/or what I was seeing and that it was in fact a time of “coming home.”

How it changes things.

It begins internally that’s for certain, and since everything that happens to us in life starts that way, a major shift in your belief system creates all kinds of changes in the real world.

One of those changes is a kind of physical change. Being more confident about your faith makes a person more confident in general and that affects life on both a personal and business level. Others see that confidence and automatically admire it and feel secure around it. Success comes a little faster and feels great during the whole process of working toward a goal.

For me it was a transition.

Calling it reincarnation instead of simply an “odd feeling” about a place or a person has given me lots of benefits. Writing my CounterClockwise series one of them, along with a fresher, more positive attitude toward my work overall.

But it was a long time coming for me, and I gradually came to know who I am, now and in the past, and appreciate both the woman I am today in 2016 and the woman I was in 1840. The interesting part is that there are so many similarities!

I’m working on an update for Book # 3, “Race Against Time” so look for it soon!

One Comment Add yours

  1. Christina says:

    I have also struggled with my beliefs. It all depends on the people around you. If they don’t agree it’s hard but if you surround yourself with like-minded people that makes all the difference. Thanks for writing this. It’s a good story and has helped me to come to terms with my own past as well.

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