Originally posted by DeadLights
Say you knew something that meant there was 12 other people in your life actually 13 because now women are equal to men. Atleast in our part of the
world. And you already knew who they were aswell as your self. And then say you already knew about 7 people you were in past lives.
And say you've met different people who represent certain people in those other lives that are not of the 13. Would that make your reality
I read this a LOT. I still don't know if I'm following this correctly or not but I'll reply based on my interpretation of it all.
Since in past lives, we could be male, female, poor, rich, sick, in good health, evil, kind, die young, live long, be full, be incapacitated by
something or the other, have an addiction, be addiction free, be straight, be gay or bi, or we could be married to our wife today who was a brother in
a past life, etc etc etc., the idea of 'male' and 'female' really matters none in soul form, which, technically, is all we are. Our bodies are
like our vehicles. When we pass on, we merely trade in the old vehicle (in this case, our body) for a new one.
I believe we have something called a 'soul group'. And we have a few of those as well. Depending on the lessons we need to learn, and those we need
around to help us learn, those will change. A soul group is one set of people who go through past lives together. Not every past life, but pretty much
all. A brother in one will be an enemy in another, will be a sister in the next and a grandfather in another. We all take on differing roles each life
so we can learn.
Sometimes we are given a role - and we always choose the role we're to play before we're reborn - in that we're going to make anothers life hell,
literally. The convo kinda goes like this, "I Love you so much that I'm going to abuse you/harm you/break your heart brutally, (*whatever will be)
so that you can learn strength, how to stand up for yourself, what it is like to lose yet come out ahead from your own strength." We all give each
other lessons and learning experiences. To lose a child at birth/young age? To learn how to lose and grow from that loss. Etc Etc.