Have you ever visited somewhere and felt like you’ve lived there before?
You’ve most likely have – in a past life. Your subconscious mind is filled with past life memories that are triggered every time you meet someone you’ve known in a previous incarnation, or visit somewhere you’ve spent time during a previous life.
It happens more often than you realize. Your past lives are influencing you every day, affecting your reality and shaping your future.
If you’ve ever been curious about how your past lives are shaping your reality AND how you can release the traumas from your previous incarnation so you can boldly live your soul’s purpose – you’re in for a treat.
I had an eye-opening discussion with my spiritual mentor Belinda Davidson where we share our views on past lives, present healing, and soul’s purpose. Belinda has been a professional psychic and medical intuitive since she was 19 and has A LOT to offer.
In this intimate conversation, we share our personal journeys of discovering our past lives (including my Ancient Greek education in numerology), how we’ve used these insights to help thousands of people, and the easiest way you can free yourself from past life karma once and for all.
This is the first in a three part series.
Listen to Part 1 of the Audio series below:
When you’re ready to learn more, you can listen to Part 2 by clicking here.
I’d love to hear about your past life experiences!
Have you ever felt as if you’ve been anywhere before even though you were visiting for the first time? Or felt a familiarity with a person that you never met before. Share your stories below.
She is also a mentor and consultant, and amongst her private clients are celebrities, public personalities, doctors and business leaders. Belinda is often described as a spiritual change agent, thought leader for her generation, visionary and pioneer. But she feels most comfortable with being called a modern mystic because, she is, as she describes, “A modern-day woman with one foot in this world and one foot in the other.
Art credit: Elen Alosa