I recall a psychic telling me I would return ‘home’ later that year, immediately I thought of Heaven and asked, “Is that where I am going?” Living in central London, it was bricks and mortar but not ‘home’, nor was my birthplace where I have been alienated from my entire life. Her reply was, “They just say you are going home.” Well, I am not in Heaven, but later that year events transpired and led me to the home of a prominent Past Life. It is a well renowned town and although I had visions nagging me to visit the lack of hotels deterred me. Arriving I was able to navigate subconsciously throughout and did feel safe. It feels like ‘home’ but that of my Past Life and not me in this incarnation. However this Past Life I carry many of her traits and I can see why a reader would be confused with our spirits and the same soul essence.
The topic of “Going Home’” is amongst the great debates on Spiritual and Religious Forums. Besides Heaven, others may call it Source or the Divine. Ultimately all our souls will return ‘Home’ as the human body can only physically be maintained naturally for a limited period of time, whereas the soul is eternal. Others believe they are from other ‘systems’ and desire to return to their planet. There is no evidence, so one can not prove or disprove the theories, however it is logical to assume even if the soul originated from another ‘system’ it would still be subject to the same criteria of soul preparation before incarnation, i.e., a choice of parents/soul groups/lessons to learn from.
The increased yearning of the need to return home before time stems from disillusionment and difficult and painful incarnations that reflect the modern society of globalization, materialism and a need for one-upmanship. It belies the nature of lesson learning, even though lessons are not supposed to be easy, nor are they to be a constant endurance test or painstaking any longer than necessary.
“Home” is a base to feel safe, secure, comfortable and where you can be yourself, not just a building but an environment. Those fortunate enough to have found their ‘home’ can grow and live in harmony, many of us are still seeking where we feel we need to be and want to be.
One day my path will lead me ‘home’ and I trust I will find it one day!
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