Do you ever wish you could give your younger yourself some advice? Maybe you went through a rough period in your life and looking back now you wish you could pick up the phone and call your younger self with some words of wisdom gained from hindsight that could have made your life easier. That's the process I attempted this morning by trying to access a former lifetime.
I sat at my keyboard and invited a conversation with whichever of my other selves wanted to come through. Contact came almost immediately and we conversed for approximately 20 minutes. The results were somewhat mixed, but certainly worth sharing.
Below is a transcript of the conversation. The style is similar to that which my friend Frank DeMarco uses (see The Challenge of Our Times), but you may notice some other similarities as well. For instance, the first name I get is Bertram, which is the name of one of Frank's contacts. Similarly the contact is from 13th century Britain, while Frank's Bertram is from medieval England as well. I think that is suspect and it is discussed below. Nonetheless, some fresh messages come through and for me they resonate with a certain sense of truth and accuracy. So here's the conversation.