Do We Plan Our Life Challenges Before Birth?

Logical Mind

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Do We Plan Our Life Challenges Before Birth?

You might say: What in the world are you talking about?

I myself went through a challenging test a few years ago yet with the support of a psychic and my own meditations and readings for several months I reached a higher level of compassion realizing the challenge was a needed lesson and also an opportunity to grow into higher levels.

The idea is that tribulations and adversities force you to grow and to progress emotionally otherwise with few challenges in your life you would be stocked in your original relatively "primitive" mindset you were born with.

When I read this book for the first time I could not believe that any person, in his right mind, would be planning to generate his/her own adversities, accidents, pains, etc., before rebirth yet the evidence is overwhelming.

Quote;

So often when something 'bad' happens, it may appear to be meaningless Suffering. But what if your most difficult experiences are actually rich with hidden purpose--purpose that you yourself planned before you were born? John Holland. End of quote

How does this work?

Psychics, mediums or channels contact the higher self of a person in question who is totally aware of his lower self emotional needs and negative traits: What lessons are necessary to force this soon to be born soul to overcome some hates, or fears, or selfishness, anger, pride, and/or obsessions with personal prestige or other bad habit?

The questioning by the telepathic and the answers are recorded for the patient to listen to afterwards.

The book includes instances of patients higher self talk about planned struggles for this people: Illness, deafness and blindness; addictions; alcoholism, death of a loved one; and accidents.

Progress is infinite meaning that we reach a level where we grow in joy, free from adversity of any sort.

Your Soul's Plan - The life you Planned Before You Were Born by Robert Schwartz
 
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Logical Mind

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The thesis is somewhat original, I read the book a few years ago. The idea actually really makes you feel better knowing you and other people connected to you in that incarnation actually planned some of your life trials.

Similarly Mary Bake Eddy in one of her books wrote an unusual article titled

Love Your Enemies

It is good to know and to understand that.
 

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