Ask The Council

What will you ask Spirit?

Decision and Indecision

Kim’s question

This post is about a question from Kim concerning a pregnancy she terminated over the summer and getting pregnant again.

After originally becoming pregnant Kim felt bad about it, terminated the pregnancy, and now feels guilty about her decision. She doesn’t understand what made her feel so negatively and wants to get pregnant again.

She asks The Council if the pregnancy she terminated was a creation of her own soul, like our post on Beth’s situation, or if it was a separate soul. And if she became pregnant again would the same soul return to her.

The Council’s answer

After some back and forth with The Council it became clear that Kim’s terminated pregnancy was an agreement between Kim and another soul, which is different from Beth’s situation where her own soul created the pregnancy she later terminated. Because they feel Kim is inclined to believe the other soul is responsible for terminating the pregnancy, The Council repeatedly emphasizes the agreement between Kim’s soul and the other soul to make this happen.

A lesson about indecision

The Council says the important reason for this termination is the hard lesson of indecision in Kim’s life, and they suggest looking at and working on this pattern of indecision that she and this other soul have manifested. That’s the way she’s trying to get answers, to change what she’s going through, and to learn that she creates everything that happens in her life.

Would the same soul return?

The Council sees no present agreement between the other soul and Kim’s soul that it would come back if she got pregnant again, but they also don’t rule out the possibility either. In the end The Council seems to think Kim’s questions relate more to her indecision and are less about getting pregnant. Why don’t you have a listen and see what you think?


Play: Click triangle (►). Pause: Click icon (||) that replaces the triangle while the recording plays. Fast Forward/Rewind: Click to the right/left of the play bar during play. Mute on/off: Click speaker icon. Volume: Click bar to the right of the speaker icon.

This is the second of 4 questions we answered on January 4, 2015. Stay tuned for the other 2 questions which both are about abortion and were asked in response to Beth’s question. Let us know your thoughts. Copyright ℗ 2015 Bob & Cynthia Dukes

January 18, 2015 - Posted by | Audio Content, Questions & Answers, You Create Your Reality | , , ,

2 Comments »

  1. Thanks for this post. I found this after I posted a question/reply under Beth’s story. I think indecision played a part in my experience in a way, so this is helpful. I know I’m often indecisive even in the most mundane situations.

    I felt terrible emotionally, physically and mentally until I decided to terminate the pregnancy. Once I made the decision, the depression and hopeless feeling lifted. After I followed through with that decision (I have to admit, I felt indecisive again after the ultrasound, but I rationalized that 2 would double all the concerns I had, so it didn’t make sense not to follow through, since my original decision to terminate gave me such a sense of relief), I felt okay for awhile. It was only the next day that this guilt, sadness and intense regret washed over me.

    I guess I’m wondering why a decision that felt so right before, feels so wrong after?

    Comment by Ali C | February 2, 2015 | Reply

    • We’ll ask The Council and let you know what they say, Ali.

      Comment by Cynthia & Bob | February 4, 2015 | Reply


Let us know what you think about this post, or ask The Council a question

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: