posted on Aug, 9 2009 @ 09:19 AM
In a vision after my father’s passing he came to me. I was at work when the back bell sounded and looking over I saw someone in the open doorway.
I went to the door and found my father there, his second wife that had previously passed, and the old yellow Toyota station wagon he had bought in the
mid 1970’s. I remember smiling and telling him I was glad he was here, I truly was. This was not something thought very often while he was alive.
For some reason I intuitively understood that if we were to touch that he would disappear but I gave him a hug and he shrank several inches
immediately, him looking baffled while asking what had just happened. You see, he was confused as he got older but now he was healing on the other
side though not yet completely…..it was a beautiful experience that I cherish in my heart still today. I no longer hold anything against him.
My father was religious and looking at how religious people often acted in a contrary way to what they were taught or teaching is why I turned from
religion. Extreme hypocrisy lives very strongly in those institutions from which people look for spiritual guidance.
I attended the Gautier Junior High School in Mississippi, a rather new and well disciplined school in 1975. We were not allowed to have hair past
our collar, the ear lobes had to be visible, no shorts allowed, simply a nice modest dress code was enforced. But after attending church all those
years I saw the adultery, the lies, the back stabbing, all of the things that a 12 year old normally takes notice of and it became intolerable. And
how could God condemn you to hell with only a single sin as I was being taught? This made no sense because God is supposed to be love. I prayed upon
awakening in the morning, before each class, at meals, before tests and before going to bed at night. During one prayer at school in the 7th grade it
included something along these lines, “If you teach me the truth, I’ll throw away all that I have been taught.” It was followed almost
immediately by my first telepathic message. “God does not only give you one chance.” Those were the actual words spoken to me but there was also
an underlying meaning that was intuitively understood, and that was reincarnation is a reality.
Do not get me wrong, I was not a completely innocent little boy either. I have done things that will not be mentioned but I am truly sorry to
anyone that has been hurt by my past mistakes. I have been able to forgive those that have done things against me and have learned to forgive myself,
the later being the most difficult. Trying to remember the past has hopefully made me a better person and father to my children.
Has no one else thought back through their lives to remember those mistakes we have made along this path of our conscious evolution? Of course that
is a rhetorical question of which lead me to this conclusion, it is difficult to contain the sorrow in one’s current life so does it not make sense
that we are given the gift of forgetting our past sins from previous mistakes until we are able to handle them in a spiritually mature manner?
Prepare yourselves as the memories are going to return. I cannot say that my past lives have been easy but at times the love was so great it hurts
knowing what is missing within this current one. This is not taking anything away from the love shared with my wife, children or family but only
acknowledging how wonderful certain aspects of life can be.
Everyone in their life has certain events that change them forever. Mentioned before was my first spiritual event concerning the short telepathic
message of reincarnation but even greater than that was learning that those around us are having extraordinary experiences. Hence my wife’s