posted on Aug, 14 2010 @ 01:14 AM
It was at the age of thirty that she sat next to the then 60-year-old Cayce, listening to his description of her soul's life, which seemed to have
been going on forever. Remember, had she remained as Leila with her former family incarnation, she would have been his 63-year-old sister. Life is so
amazing when viewed from their perspective of the soul. Happily for us, the readings tell of her soul's life from the very beginning, a story that
goes something like this...
Leila's soul was first conceived in the Mind of God, as were each of us. She was among numerous lights that appeared in the dark, when the "morning
stars sang together in the heavens." It was the first dawn and she found herself awake and filled with wonder. In this early morning light her virgin
consciousness would have been so near to the infinite, omnipotent mind of her Creator that the two were as one. Throughout this wondrous Presence were
countless others like herself, yet each with a slightly different point-of-being in the Whole.
What "creatures" these would have been; like no other. They possessed the ultimate combination of consciousness and freedom. And within them were
the innate urges of their Creator's desire for companionship and creativity, two celestially primal drives that would remain a driving force
The angels must have looked upon these cosmic-toddlers with justifiable apprehension. Like celestial children they would have to learn to handle and
value the treasures of this angelic home with care, but until they did learn what would the heavens be like? Chaos was a very real potential! It must
have quickly become apparent to the angels that their home would never be the same again.
Flush with life, their minds ablaze with wonder and imbued with the essence of their Creator, these fledgling gods began to move, to touch, to seek
out and look through the seemingly endless fathoms of the Cosmos. As a child would explore everything she found before her, Leila and the others
peered into the many and varied mansions of their Father's house. Wonders upon wonders were to be found everywhere their young minds turned.
As with so many of us, Leila's wonder brought her into the environs of our present solar system. When she fully arrived here the Earth was still
cooling and life was just beginning to stir in its waters and gases. This first appearance was not an incarnation of Leila's for there were no
Earthly bodies to inhabit as we know them today. In this dawn of Earth's life she was more like a spirit in the breeze, a voice in the wind as it
swept across the steaming waters - a voice foretelling of the coming of man.
But Earth was not the only planet she visited, neither was the third-dimension her primary level of consciousness. All the planets in this star system
provided her with unique perspectives and opportunities in her young life. The entire universe with all its dimensions was hers to enjoy. By doing so,
she would grow in understanding and come to be a true companion to the One who created her.
Leila's soul was not alone. In this childhood of the Sons and Daughters of God, she was among countless souls that turned their attention on this
little part of the universe.
At this point in her celestial life, Leila was not a female spirit. Like all companions, she possessed both male and female sexual forces. Her nature
of "form" could best be described as a consciousness which could, in moments, be very defined and unique, focusing-in on the minutest parts of
manifested life, and at other moments could expand into the Universal Consciousness and perceive the Whole of Life. She was a microcosm of the Whole,
a miniature of her Creator, a "chip off the old block." If we approached her, we would see how life was being expressed, perceived and experienced
by this one point in the Whole.
This was Leila in the heavens, long before she made a home in the Earth plane.