Reclaiming Lost Innocence

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I was born with a belief in what I could achieve, and the knowledge that I didn’t need to follow the crowd. These are gifts I value hugely, and yet, over and over again, I have allowed life to erode them. On one occasion during a particularly difficult period, I said ‘I’ve lost my innocence.’ Now it’s time for me to take it back. Of course I will never go back to the way I was before. That wouldn’t be progress. That would involve unlearning lessons I’ve absorbed the hard way. And nobody wants to go through those again. So how do we do it? How do we reclaim the beautiful, pure gifts that we were born with, whilst maintaining the valuable learning that can unfortunately knock our confidence and our ideals?

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Connecting with My Soul-Sisterhood: A New Perspective on Reincarnation

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Do you feel supported on your spiritual journey? Many people have been travelling a path of spiritual development in secret, hiding it from a world they experience as judgmental. As I start to talk about my ‘real world’ I am hearing from more people who share that space, and we are able to offer each other support. That’s an amazing and eye-opening experience for me, but wonderful as it is, peer support is the tip of the iceberg. I always have support from my guides. I feel them with me all the time, whether I’m communicating with them or not. Similarly, I have contact with departed family members. They may be focused elsewhere, but I can feel them, and contact them if I choose. They are part of my group and we remain interlinked wherever we exist. Whether or not you are aware of these connections, you have them too and can call on them at any time.

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