This post is inspired by a question from a reader named Marie, who asks The Council why she often gets stuck in her life. Marie’s 36-years old and has a master’s degree, but she’s unable to find work in her area of study and doesn’t seem able to hold a job for long. Her parents give her money and she says she works like a housewife for them. Marie also says she’s only had one romantic relationship that lasted a couple months, and says she was devastated when it ended.
The Council asks Marie about believing she can have more than she’s currently experiencing. They ask what she would like to do, and suggest she start doing it as a hobby or a volunteer. Begin to break the pattern of feeling stuck in her life. There’s a belief she doesn’t deserve to experience more than what she already has. And The Council says this is the reason she hasn’t had another relationship, and why she moves forward and then back.
The Council suggests Marie connect with spirit and learn who she truly is by reading the book, Emmanuel, by Pat Rodegast. Nothing is happening in her life that isn’t pushing her forward in the direction she wishes to go.
The Council sees much more for Marie in her life. When she’s ready they see she’ll move to a place of her choice. And this will be a gigantic leap for her that will bring up fear, but they say this is exactly the reason she’s supposed to do this. And she should begin slowly.
The Council suggests Marie accept thoughts of being stuck, but then to find better feeling thoughts and move on from there. Rather than focusing on why she’s stuck they suggest she look how she can change her life when she’s ready. First connect with Emmanuel and then find out what she desires? Where does she want to live? What would she like to experience? What kind of job would she like? What kind of relationship? The Council suggests going into detail about how she’d like her life to change in order to get rid of that stuck feeling.
The Council advises Marie she’s chosen to be in this reality to learn to love it and move it in the direction she desires. As she begins to overcome her fears and tunes into the feeling of who she truly is as a spiritual being in a physical body, she’ll begin to feel the vibration from spirit that will support her dreams and she’ll fulfill many of them.
Listen to the recording of our session with The Council on Marie’s question (below) to get the full benefit of their guidance for her and the rest of us, and let us know what you think.
This post is inspired by questions for The Council from a reader named Sarah, who had an abortion about a year earlier and feels it left her clinically depressed. She’s scared she’ll have depression for the rest of her life, but she’s not comfortable taking anti-depressants.
The Council starts by saying we experience depression when we’re not connected to who we truly are as spiritual beings, and they suggest meditating on this and focusing less on something being wrong with Sarah’s brain. And they add that as spiritual beings we understand we are here to find the joy in our experience, and because Sarah is so unhappy, this depression is pushing her to search for something more.
The Council recommends books and videos that teach how we plan our lifetimes as spiritual beings and they specifically suggest reading books by Robert Schwartz. And they say depression comes because Sarah doesn’t appreciate what she’s created for herself and the spirit she aborted. Many think of abortion as an ending of a life, but The Council says it’s a beginning because this soul is now free to have other experiences, including returning to Sarah in a future pregnancy.
The Council says Sarah had a spiritual contract with this aborted soul who wanted to experience what it was like to be part of an aborted pregnancy. This soul was not interested in experiencing a full term pregnancy but if Sarah wishes to move forward, this soul can return to her in a future pregnancy. And The Council says these two souls will have a closer bond because they experienced this abortion together.
The Council emphasizes there isn’t any need for Sarah to feel depressed about this abortion because everything went according to the way the two souls planned this, and there is great love between these two spirits, and great love in deciding what path to take next.
The Council encourages Sarah to look for books that connect her to spirit and past lives, and they recommend the books of Emmanuel by Pat Rodegast. They also encourage Sarah to do whatever it takes to get into the vibration of love and joy, and from this vibration she’ll be able to create her future the way she wants it to be.
The Council says this aborted soul has continually been sending Sarah love from the moment this abortion was planned in spirit and there is still a stream of love flowing from this soul to Sarah, helping her to get through this depression. The more Sarah is able to let this love in, the less she’ll need to concern herself with a relapse of depression.
The Council closes with a recommendation to look for little moments of love and joy from her spirit and the spirit of her aborted child to move her forward in this lifetime.
Listen to our entire 13-minute conversation with The Council (below) to experience their full guidance for Sarah and the rest of us.
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