Going Through The Looking Glass

I have had many looking-glass experiences. I was in a drafting class in high school and was looking at the floor plans, when I suddenly had seen a future event. I put that aside for a while. Later I again had another experience with that. I saw someone’s past life relationship and saw that the souls had never grown. They had had the same roles in many life times. Neither of the souls had ever learned and grown.

In both of these of these situations, I was to meet both of these people around the same time. Both of these relationships, were in my life about the same time. Because I’d seen a future events in high school and had past life memories of this person. I kept this person at arm’s length and protected my heart as best I could. I then moved forward with a relationship with the other person.  I knew that I was trying to help this soul move forward and become unstuck.

I eventually left this relationship. This time it did move that soul out of the pattern that they had been stuck in for centuries. I encountered another opportunity with the other person again. I even had a dream, where there was a conversation in the dream.  Within a week or a month the exact scene in the dream played out. I remember thinking to myself, “What’s my line?” This ended up never going anywhere.

This was the a huge blessing, it gave me the opportunity to finally take the time to get to know myself. Many people flee from getting to know themselves. These are great opportunities to allow yourself to grow as a person. It makes you realize what you want and don’t know. These can be very nurturing experiences. Every person should take the time to have a relationship with themselves. Once you get to know yourself, there is no going back. It is a confidence builder.

Penny J.

Raven Hawke, Llc (MN, USA)

info@ravenhawke.net

http://www.ravenhawke.net

 

 

 

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What’s Your Reality?

I find it very interesting that people can have the truth stareing them right in the face and still try to find some way to explain it away. Denial is a very interesting thing. When things start to become uncomfortable. Instead of facing it head on. Come up with some bullshit reason.

Here’s the thing about reality. You can run but you can’t hide. Eventually it will become so in your face that you will either have to roll with it. If you choose to fight it. I can only wish you well. It will be a very exhausting process. Oh and you will not win! Sounds like a Borg statement right from Star Trek.

Well it’s part of the change game. Change is going to happen with or without you. Being resistant to growth and change will only be harder on you. There are a lot of changes going on at this time on our planet and in the galaxy right now. All I can say is make sure your seatbelt is buckled.

The economy is definitely worse than it was in 2000. It’s worse than it was in 2008-09. It is even worse than the Great Depression. There is a good point, the banks that were responsible for the crash in the 20’s is also the same one’s responsible for the crash in 2008-09. Well some of them are having to pay some very hefty fines for their participation in that scam.

The truth is coming out more and more.

Penny J. (MN,USA)

www.ravenhawke.net

info@ravenhawke.net