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Out on the Limb

Further Out on the Limb

Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Regarding my previous post about past lives, Trudging said, "I am still trying to figure out who I am in this life."

HA!...me too!!

So I'm stripping down to bare essentials.

Hopefully, with lots of guidance from above, beyond and here-and-now, the significant things I add back into my life will be given proper forethought and relatively free from wayward desires/habits such as greed, manipulation, fear of success, fear of failure, grasping, envy...

I want to spend a minimum amount of time paying for the basics of food, clothing, and shelter. With those secured, my remaining time will be spent on spiritual matters and helping Earth. Ideally, a way will open up that allows me to pay for my basic needs in a spiritual and Earth-healing way.

Yes, Sonal...my mad schemes never end!! hahaha Good thing, too. Where would any of us be without our dreams and hopes?

My house and property near Seattle go back on the market for sale in the next couple of weeks. I will then be moving south (San Diego) to begin my leap into the unknown. I have vague plans that I hope will keep me from going mad. I anticipate that I will spill my guts here fairly regularly as I work my way through this major life change. I KNOW I've been saying things like this for months and months and months. But REALLY...I'm another Merapi in waiting. It's not the event; it's the process of becoming that captures my soul.

Many thanks to Sonal, MsMeow, and Trudging for stopping by recently...and to my other friends and visitors as well. I need you guys.
posted by Deb, 6:08 AM | link | 2 comments |

Past Life Analysis

Sunday, May 14, 2006

Don't you just love computers? To find out about my most recent past life, there is no need for me to meditate for decades...I can just press a few keys on the 'ole keyboard:

Who Were You in Your Past Life?

Here's my analysis result:
"I don't know how you feel about it, but you were female in your last earthly incarnation. You were born somewhere in the territory of modern Spain around the year 1675.

Your profession was that of a seaman, cook or carpenter.

Your brief psychological profile in your past life:
As a natural talent in psychology, you knew how to use your opportunities. Cold-blooded and calm in any situation.

The lesson that your last past life brought to your present incarnation:
Your task is to learn determination and persistency.
You should not allow to let misfortunes take influence on your strong will.

Do you remember now?"

Uh...no. I don't remember. And I was born with an overabundance of both determination and persistency (so I'm told). So I doubt it is this lifetime's task to learn those traits.

I think I would do well, though, to learn patience...for starters.
posted by Deb, 6:34 PM | link | 1 comments |