Tuesday, August 01, 2017

Are There Eternal Bonds?


“I hear that children choose their parents.  Is that right?  Is there an eternal (special) bond between children and parents?  A kind of eternal group spirit?  Or is it more a temporary thing?  Usual souls that chose just for one single life other souls as their parents?  Do children exist before their parents?  Or do parents bring them into existence (create them)?

“Thank you for taking the time to answer.”. . . Konstantin


My goodness, but you’re asking complicated questions to a researcher like me.  As one, I cannot give you any hard or fast or even comfortable answers.  Yet, as someone with a whole lot of experiences in the area of soul, cycles, and energy, I can share a few things.

Edgar Cayce and most mediums and psychics say “yes” to the idea that we choose our parents.  Child near-death experiencers have another take:  they claim, almost to a person, that when it’s time for us to come back, we do, even if we don’t want to.  If you read my book Dying to Know You:  Proof of God in the Near-Death Experience, you’ll find a section on the Big Picture according to children.  Their take in essence is, you get extra “brownie points” if you come back when you don’t want to.  Even if you study astrology or dreams, you get this sense that we wind up with the parents we were supposed to have, whether we wanted that to happen or not.  I must say, though, that in my days as a hypnotherapist, I came across a number of people who claim a mistake was made and they wound up with the wrong parents.  I tend to believe the latter, simply because mistakes can happen - with any of us.  In near-death research, I have come across parents, usually the mother - who was met in her episode by the child or children she had previously aborted.  This is a shocker to most people, suggesting that, at least to me, before you decide on an abortion, check first with the soul of the child.  Does that soul want to come in, or, is that soul willing to go elsewhere and seek out other parents?  I’ve seen so much of this, that I can no longer honor the will of the mother, that it is her decision and her decision alone on whether or not she should carry the child.  I have learned to honor the soul and check there first.
To get a better understanding of soul groups, please read We Live Forever:  The Real Truth About Death.  The idea of souls incarnating in groups and continuing that bond throughout time does have some validity.  Look at the Kennedys or the Barrymores.  History is replete with such things.  

The idea of soul and how we wind up or enfold or bounce around is most interesting and has a lot of credence behind it.  When you’re talking about twin souls, these are the equal halves of the same energy mass, and come together only when something special needs to be done or there is a reason involved that affects many.  Edgar Cayce said Jesus and Mother Mary, for instance, were twin souls.  Usually, the other half remains on the other side, waiting or helping according to need.  Don’t get lovey-dovey when thinking of twin souls.  Often the other half may be an adversary or a challenger, rather than any kind of lover.  When thinking of soul mates, well, that’s a whole other story - and one of love and often involving souls that come back together lifetime after lifetime.  It seems as if everyone is looking for their special soul mate - that perfect or nearly perfect relationship.  There are all types of bonds between souls, like with those who “agree” to be a part of another’s life, and for any manner of reasons - like what happened when many women came together as “sisters” to fight for women’s rights.

Keep all of this in mind when you are considering pregnancy, babies, and soul relationships.  There is no one, I repeat NO ONE, who can say for certain it is one way or another.  Many have good ideas and excellent information, but no one is infallible.  There are always exceptions to any notion you or anyone else can offer.  And, no channel, medium, or psychic is “Pure” in the sense of tuning into the whole picture.  Welcome challenges.  They are what inspire us to go into our own soul and ask in prayer.  Often, when you do that, you come up with better information that makes more sense than what you might get from “experts.”

Many blessings, PMH