Sometimes it Is the Little Things That Matter in a Past Life Regression

 

Small things we notice during a past life regression can have great meaning in our lives.

While remembering being Jezebel, a lifetime as a little girl in Eastern Europe, I noticed I had on a pair of warm socks.

Being only five years old and experiencing a scary time, I tried to focus on something that made me happy.

Socks.

Seems silly and insignificant, I know, but those socks were keeping me warm. It was early spring and the weather had not warmed up. Sitting on the cold linoleum floor and wearing a threadbare dress; I was happy wearing socks and keeping my feet warm.

In my life now, I love socks.

Fun socks.

Holiday socks.

Colorful socks.

Warm and fuzzy socks.

Socks are the number one gift that people give to me.

Is this a carry-over from my past life? Quite possibly. It is the happy thought just before I die as Jezebel.

Think of a past life you remembered (or try one now). What small details did you notice? Were they relevant in your life today?

I’ll bet they are.

Socks for Seuss - a made-up book

Sounds like the start of a Dr. Seuss book—just like … One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish or The Foot Book … left foot, right foot. Feet, feet, feet. Love Dr. Seuss books!

 

 

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Loving Life on Earth
    Jun 27, 2013 @ 21:29:28

    Reblogged this on Loving Life on Earth and commented:
    I believe we all have many things in our current lives that connect us to past lives or current multidimensional lives and what is so FUN about all is that it makes us desire more past life regressions just to discover more about ourselves. Past life regressions are so interesting and amazing!

    Reply

  2. my secret love for you
    Jun 28, 2013 @ 09:50:43

    Very interesting, I personally look for little details in my dreams, and then I used them as straight message for my life.

    Reply

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