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Switched At Conception And "Relative" Questions

Discussion in 'Afterlife Evidence' started by Dylan Free Guthrie, Aug 30, 2018.

  1. jimrich

    jimrich Active Member

    I can only share with you what I know or have experienced. No speculation, judgement or guesses, etc.
    This feeling of "not belonging" has been described as a byproduct of being an "old soul" who has matured to the point where you feel out of place or uncomfortable with any and all "earthly" experiences because you are ready to move on to higher or deeper levels beyond this physical realm. It's pretty vague but good enough for me. I rarely feel comfortable in this physical state and often long for a "spiritual" state elsewhere. Oh well...........

    My experience with my older brother (and younger sister) is very bad all because our parents did not love each other and could or would not promote an attitude and policy of love and acceptance in our family so us kids automatically saw each other as invading, unwelcome and despised ENEMIES from day one. We kind of got over our hatred of each other but not totally! Our parents set us kids up to be enemies rather than beloved and cherished siblings and we never knew what happened or why. I discovered the truth during psychotherapy while examining my family and parenting. You will need to honestly and deeply examine your early childhood and upbringing to understand the relationship to your siblings.

    Here again, you need to look very deeply into your early childhood to see where and how this fear of guns began. Nearly all of my fears and emotional difficulties began first with my parents and then with others near me during the first 6-9 years of my life - which I somehow forgot all about so, like you, I could not understand my "issues" until I entered psychotherapy and learned how to uncover my buried and hidden past. Good luck with uncovering your current (not past lives) past and finding the truth - if you can handle it!
     
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  2. Kurt

    Kurt Well-Known Member

    All of what you said I can agree with.

    I also agree with how you believe that it is important to first understand your current life before delving into the past lives you may have had.
     
  3. mac

    mac regular contributor Staff Member

    I think you guys have hit a particular nail squarely on the head. I always hesitate about mentioning mental health and well-being but there is at least an equal possibility that an individual may be suffering - literally - outcomes from what you've both suggested.

    But there's an issue that past-life therapy/regression/recall may be a more exciting notion for some, perhaps many, individuals looking for reasons they feel alienated.
     
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  4. RobertaGrimes

    RobertaGrimes Administrator

    Dylan, we usually plan our lives primarily with other members of what are called our soul-group. Eternal friends, if you will. Sometimes, though, for a variety of reasons we will choose to be born into a family of people not from our soul group. (This was my case this time around.) We also might agree with someone from our soul group with whom we have chosen to share some contentions lifetimes to be born as siblings this time around, perhaps in an effort to heal from other lifetimes. There is no way to know for certain why you feel as you do, but these are the most likely explanations. In any event, your job this time around is to love and grow with these people you chose to share this lifetime!
     
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  5. Kurt

    Kurt Well-Known Member

    That is one of my favorite parts about the afterlife. How some souls are linked together Spirituality and have a lot in common.

    Soul Mates is the way I have heard it referred to, but soul friends is better admittedly. I will be sure to use your term from now on.
     
    Last edited: Aug 31, 2018

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