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 on: February 25, 2016, 06:29:44 PM 
Started by WhiteRaven - Last post by Alchymist
Welcome back Raven. No need to apologise - I know all about hectic lives!! Having somewhat of one myself right now!! ;D

Blessings,

Alchymist.

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 on: February 25, 2016, 05:46:34 PM 
Started by WhiteRaven - Last post by WhiteRaven
Yeah I haven't been on here in forever I know.  :-X Sorry about that my life has been kind of hectic as of late.

For all of you who don't know me, I'm Raven and I'm still practicing and such. For those of you who do know me, hey I'm back. :D

I'll be lurking around the threads and maybe doing some posts. You can always talk to me by private message if you want though.

 83 
 on: February 22, 2016, 07:00:19 AM 
Started by oldghost - Last post by Mystik Witch
Since I first learned about this. It is amazing to me how things just click. Yes I agree with you as well. Still it helps to know "I" chose to be here and "I" chose to do what I am doing. Each lesson I am learning is what "I" chose to learn. No one can complain about anything in my life. So I need to buck up and take my medicine, so to speak. BB! MW

 84 
 on: February 19, 2016, 08:24:18 AM 
Started by oldghost - Last post by Amberhawk
DIDO!!!! Like button please!

I have read a book, a number of years ago called, "RE member" by Steve Rother, (out of print now). Yeah, I know the spelling threw me too. But the book tells how we came here on this game board to play out the game we chose while in the spirit realm. We made an agreement with certain people. They would help us with some lesson we chose to learn. Others would come into our life to be our partners, enemies, or just helpers that we would associate with. The book was very eye opening to me. It also showed me I was not a lunatic. The information I already knew or had received from the other side was accurate! What a relief that was. It helped me to understand why I was here and where I was going, for the most part. The book is of a spiritual nature, but it is not about paganism. Still, I believe we all can learn from other means about our meaning and why we are here other then just what we find about witchcraft, paganism, etc. Maybe we are witches, shaman's, pagan, etc to some degree. Then again, maybe we are just here to learn our lessons and go on to the next life with new lessons to learn and people to meet.

Anyway, the book is a very good one. There are actually 3 or 4 books from this author.
BB! MW

I do follow that idea and have for years... but don't forget that those agreements go both ways. Sometimes we are the enemy, the friend, the partner... the one to help with their lessons too. Makes quite the spider web of connections, doesn't it?

 85 
 on: February 17, 2016, 08:07:26 AM 
Started by oldghost - Last post by Mystik Witch
I have come to believe that our exit from this life we live today depends upon our acceptance of of its ending. Knowing it doesn't just disappear kinda makes a difference. Each life is always there and always apart of who we are. The fact that it is not remembered is a tender mercy. How could a human build a new life if constantly reminded of a previous life? We would not be free to  choose.

I have watched some people simply go to sleep when death comes, some struggle, some lose their identity, and some suffer with living so badly they take their own life. The physical body dies, but the spark that lives on is who they truly were. It gives me comfort to know they will live again somewhere. I don't mind that they won't remember their past life or me. That is the way it is. We should have no regrets, but a new beginning. Our life is a gift, a choice. Our true purpose is the experience..

That ladies and gentlemen is my sermon for today LOL. Blessings to all.

DIDO!!!! Like button please!

I have read a book, a number of years ago called, "RE member" by Steve Rother, (out of print now). Yeah, I know the spelling threw me too. But the book tells how we came here on this game board to play out the game we chose while in the spirit realm. We made an agreement with certain people. They would help us with some lesson we chose to learn. Others would come into our life to be our partners, enemies, or just helpers that we would associate with. The book was very eye opening to me. It also showed me I was not a lunatic. The information I already knew or had received from the other side was accurate! What a relief that was. It helped me to understand why I was here and where I was going, for the most part. The book is of a spiritual nature, but it is not about paganism. Still, I believe we all can learn from other means about our meaning and why we are here other then just what we find about witchcraft, paganism, etc. Maybe we are witches, shaman's, pagan, etc to some degree. Then again, maybe we are just here to learn our lessons and go on to the next life with new lessons to learn and people to meet.

Anyway, the book is a very good one. There are actually 3 or 4 books from this author.
BB! MW

 86 
 on: February 16, 2016, 10:56:04 AM 
Started by oldghost - Last post by Amberhawk
Yes, pretty much. That all tracks too. In all honesty how could you carry on with a new life and new experiences if you get stuck in a past life and can't proceed?

 87 
 on: February 15, 2016, 10:49:44 PM 
Started by bluedjango - Last post by marisol
I guess what it comes down to is learning what it is to be one, and then start practicing it. When you practice, you become. Everyone has areas they are not exactly brilliant in when it comes to various skills of a witch. But if you start practicing regularly, daily, and living it... that is when you are.

Amberhawk I like this very much. Wish we had a like button.

Alchymist I always enjoy your posts. I found the "baloney detector" very amusing.

 88 
 on: February 15, 2016, 10:34:57 PM 
Started by oldghost - Last post by marisol
I have come to believe that our exit from this life we live today depends upon our acceptance of of its ending. Knowing it doesn't just
disappear kinda makes a difference. Each life is always there and always apart of who we are. The fact that it is not remembered is a
tender mercy. How could a human build a new life if constantly reminded of a previous life? We would not be free to  choose.

I have watched some people simply go to sleep when death comes, some struggle, some lose their identity, and some suffer with living so badly they take their own life. The physical body dies, but the spark that lives on is who they truly were. It gives me comfort to know they will live again somewhere. I don't mind that they won't remember their past life or me. That is the way it is. We should have
no regrets, but a new beginning. Our life is a gift, a choice. Our true purpose is the experience..

That ladies and gentlemen is my sermon for today LOL. Blessings to all.

 89 
 on: February 15, 2016, 07:00:01 AM 
Started by oldghost - Last post by Amberhawk
Sort of makes you think about people that go out fighting death and those that go out with a smile and a laugh . Ponder this , what if at that last few seconds we glimpse what is waiting for us . What if what we do in this life dictates what happens in are next ?. Say your a slum lord or politician and in your new life you come back as the victim of one but then again what good would that do if you have no memory of what you did before ?.
I'm not sure that matters if you remember. It's about the experience, not a punishment.  Besides, I think there is some instinctual level of guidance there that everyone has and can choose to follow or not. So many people talk about their true purpose, that drive... that thing deep down where they sometimes have to dig to find so they know their life purpose. I honestly feel that's connected and part of the process.

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 on: February 14, 2016, 07:13:06 AM 
Started by oldghost - Last post by oldghost
Sort of makes you think about people that go out fighting death and those that go out with a smile and a laugh . Ponder this , what if at that last few seconds we glimpse what is waiting for us . What if what we do in this life dictates what happens in are next ?. Say your a slum lord or politician and in your new life you come back as the victim of one but then again what good would that do if you have no memory of what you did before ?.

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