WHO WAS I IN MY PAST LIFE?
Your soul is on a journey with one fundamental mission: to evolve. And each lifetime brings you closer to that goal. Join Ainslie as he explores the question, “Who was I in my past life and other incarnations?” Discover how everything you are, and everything you do, is related to who you were in prior incarnations.
Past Life Questions Series: WHO WAS I IN MY PAST LIFE?
Want to Know What Makes You…You?
Who you are now is a direct result of your soul’s past life experiences. Every lifetime leaves an indelible mark, and has a profound impact on who you are now. To find out what makes you who you are, you must uncover who you were.
And if want to know how, you’ve come to the right place! With the help of his Spirit Guides, Ainslie has created a variety of resources and tools, all geared towards helping you remember who you were in your past lives, and to identify what your soul’s plan is for this lifetime. Each resource is a pathway that leads you closer towards living the life your soul intended. Ainslie’s Soul Type Quiz is a great place to start.
This video is part of our Past Life Questions Series, in which Ainslie and his Spirit Guides explore subjects such as:
Video Transcription – Who Was I In My Past Life?
Do you ever wonder, “Who was I in my past life or lives”? To find out, join Ainslie MacLeod, internationally-acclaimed psychic guide, spiritual teacher, and award-winning author, specializing in exploring past lives to reveal your life’s purpose.
In this short video we’re going to look into the question, “Who was I in my past life and other incarnations?” And stay tuned to the end of the video where I’ll share some of the ways you can learn more about your past lives, and pass on a message from my Spirit Guides.
Your soul is on a journey with one fundamental mission: to evolve. Thanks to multiple incarnations, your soul has been coming here for millennia, exploring and growing. If the subject of past lives interests you, then you’re an old soul, with many lifetimes behind you.
So, if you are asking, “Who was I in my past life?” Cleopatra? Napoleon? Marie Antoinette? Probably not. Most past lives are spent in obscurity. Of the thousands of past lives I’ve explored, only a handful are even remotely famous. The composer Hector Berlioz, the artist Bronzino, and a little girl who drowned on the Titanic come to mind.
Yet, who you were in your past lives is always significant, even if you didn’t make it into the history books. Everything you are is the result of your soul’s experience. The way you see the world, your talents and abilities, your past life fears and phobias, your limiting beliefs. Everything you do is influenced by your soul’s past.
At the age of seven, my client’s son who was the painter Bronzino, would tear up his paintings in disgust, saying, “It looks like something a three-year-old would do!” The girl who went down with the Titanic freaks out around deep, dark water.
Even the most obscure past life leaves an indelible mark. A life in which you were abused by authority will cause you to identify with the underdog in this. A traumatic experience like losing a baby or dying in childbirth will result in infertility or a fear of childbirth in this lifetime. If you were once hanged, you’ll avoid turtlenecks and tight necklaces.
You are inseparable from your soul. Having the answer to your question, “Who was I in my past life?” is a major step towards understanding who you are now.
I very much appreciate you joining me here. I’m Ainslie MacLeod, psychic guide, exploring past lives to reveal your life’s purpose.
At the beginning of the video, Ainslie promised to share ways to learn more about who you were in your past lives. Get started on your journey of exploration, by visiting soulinstruction.com, where you can download a free chapter from his book, The Instruction, and gain free access to Ainslie’s inspirational video series to help you take your first steps towards living the life your soul intended.
Here’s an observation from my spirit guides: Your past lives shape your present life. You can never fully understand who you are without understanding who you’ve been.