I’ve recently started doing a lot of automatic writing with a specific spirit. He provided some information in this session that I thought might be of interest to a broader audience, so I’ve chosen to share excerpts below.
Cindy: Tell me about a past or future life and soul contracts.
Cindy: Where are you?
Cindy: Are you disciples?
Spirit: Yes, but not the chosen twelve. We were followers of Jesus, though. We went into hiding when the Romans were after him. Probably a bit cowardly. That’s why in other lives I’ve been brave and courageous, as we were both chickenshits in that life. But it was good. Each life gives you the opportunity to experience something new. It’s really fascinating from a human aspect how you can identify emotions or experiences you want to do on Earth, and then all the things come together for that experience. Sometimes we fight the experiences as humans, and sometimes we just allow it to wash over us. It’s interesting how many times the free will of the soul in spirit form has different ideas about what experiences would be enjoyable or relevant to a life once that soul is in a human’s body. It can change dramatically when the earthbound soul is faced with cancer or extreme pain or depression. The whole idea of experiencing pain and compassion sucks at that point and we’re likely to invoke our free will to change the outcome.
When you have your little “pre-life meeting”, you go through all the things you could do. You pick and choose how full you want your life to be and a general concept of how long you want your life to be. If you have a lot of experiences you want to cram into a life it might be long to satisfy that need. Alternatively, it might be short but fraught with some really painful, dramatic experiences. So for humans I think it’s too complex to truly understand— I’m not trying to talk down to you, I’m just saying it’s hard with the bodies you have to understand and conceptualize how it works. We try to put it in words you understand, but it’s complex to an earthbound person. For us, it’s a lot like a Chinese menu. “I’d like a dose of compassion with a side of suffering and a couple helpings of intense joy with a dose of fear and anger thrown in. In addition, I’d like to be a caregiver, with …” You get the idea. But then the actual unfoldment is guided along by spirit guides and teachers, but it’s not preordained or a foregone conclusion. For instance, sometimes, people exit at times when they had a choice. In addition, you don’t have to wait for an exit point per se. Again, that whole free will thing can come in and really muck up the soul’s grand plan, since the earthbound entity doesn’t have full understanding of its soul’s ‘grand plan’ it’s actually kind of fun to watch. I bet a sociologist would have a field day if they could be up here in human form and just watch.