Every life has a purpose. Like all of us, your soul has a destiny, a plan for this lifetime. And let me share a little secret with you: It’s not a secret.
Before you were born, your soul created a life plan, a kind of outline or blueprint for its journey during this particular incarnation. Your life plan includes people to meet, places to go, lessons to be learned, and fears and blocks to be overcome.
Your soul’s life plan is not carved in stone.
It simply acts to give your life a focus. It allows for the full use of free will, while ensuring that you follow the cues and signposts contained within it.
As a psychic, my work involves uncovering the elements of a person’s life plan to help them live a happier, more fulfilling, and more purposeful life. And the first thing I look for is the age of a person’s soul.
Based on your soul’s experience and number of incarnations, your soul age speaks volumes about how you see the world.
As an old soul, you’ll notice you’re less judgmental, more accepting, and more socially and environmentally conscious than a lot of other people. You’re much more likely to identify yourself as spiritual rather than simply religious. You’ll see the world in shades of gray rather than black and white. And your heart will go out to society’s less advantaged, like the homeless and other minorities.
Thanks to reincarnation, your soul is able to build each lifetime on the foundation of those that went before.
Talents and abilities are developed over your many lifetimes. When it comes to choosing a career path, or interests and other activities, you can simply look at the soul’s past for clues on what it wants to work on now.
Reincarnation means you’ve had past lives. And the more incarnations you’ve had, the greater level of compassion you’ll carry into this life. Your soul’s journey is one that takes it from fear to love as it evolves over centuries and millennia of experience.
After scores of lifetimes, old souls have learned important lessons about the sanctity of life. When you’ve been imprisoned, tortured, executed, and cruelly mistreated in many past incarnations, you’ll want to see a fairer, more compassionate world. Few old souls support the death penalty, waterboarding, 3-strikes laws and other drastic measures that help younger, less experienced souls feel safe.You Can Never Truly Know Who You Are Without Knowing Who You Were Click To Tweet
Your past lives make you who you are.
Your soul chose your entire personality as part of your life plan before you were even born. It wants to make sure that who you are in this life would best suit your soul’s goals. You wouldn’t choose flip flops and shorts to climb Everest. And you wouldn’t relax on the beach in climbing gear. In the same way, your soul brings with it the traits and behavior–what I refer to as its Soul Type and influences–it feels will enhance its journey.
Your Soul Type and influences are based on your function in the tribe many thousands of years ago.
Back then, we all had a purpose. Hunter Types were physically active, and had a clear mandate: to do just what the name suggests, and ensure the survival of the tribe. Caregivers were nurturing and caring, Educators taught, Leaders led, and so on.
The particular combination of Soul Type and influences you choose, each time you come here, is designed to help you achieve the lessons and missions that are part of your life plan. Knowing who you are speaks volumes about why you’re here.
People often say they don’t remember their past lives. I argue we do.
We all reveal our soul’s past through the talents, and the traits and behaviors we manifest. We also exhibit much of our soul’s trauma from other lives in the fears, phobias, limiting beliefs and areas of physical weakness we carry that seem to have no rational cause in this life.
A past life in which you were hanged will cause neck pain in this incarnation. One that ended in beheading will show up as neck and shoulder pain.
Low self-esteem in this life can always be traced back to a life in which you were treated as worthless. Slavery in the past can create feelings of powerlessness and a resistance to being controlled that’s summed up in the phrase, “Don’t tell me what to do!”
The exciting thing about uncovering past lives is that it leads to profound healing.
When I discover a person was judged and executed in a past life, simply telling them about what happened is often enough to overcome a debilitating fear of public speaking. In case after case, I’ve found all that’s required is to remind the soul that “That was then, and this is now.”
Your Soul’s Search for Meaning
A fundamental aspect of living the life your soul intended is finding meaning. For an old soul, what you do in this life has to give you a sense of purpose. But what creates that sense of purpose is a very individual thing. What works for one person is meaningless to the next. One person might feel deeply satisfied working in hospice care, while another would hate every minute they were there.
A sign that an activity or a job has no meaning for you is that you tolerate rather than enjoy the experience. You keep looking at your watch, wishing you were elsewhere, or look forward to doing something else. Conversely, when something gives you meaning, that’s when an hour passes in a few minutes, you feel an inner sense of fulfillment, and you can’t wait to do it again.
Every life has a purpose, and finding what it is leads to a sense of meaning.
You’re here to be yourself, not who someone else wants you to be. Living the life your soul intended begins with uncovering who you are, so that you can better understand what it is you came into this world to do. It means finding and recognizing the talents and abilities that will help you find fulfillment in this lifetime.
And by uncovering the past-life fears, phobias, limiting beliefs, and other blocks, you’ll create a smoother path ahead, making it a great deal easier to identify and achieve your goals, and create a deeper sense of happiness and purpose.
Your destiny, your life plan, is not a secret. In fact, it’s hiding in plain view. You just need to know where to look.
So, tell me, are you living the life your soul intended?