Now, you might be wondering where is this self-indulgent story going? Bear with me because there is a point to it all, and I’m getting there soon.
I think it was July 20th, 2000. That was the day I died. That moment remained in my mind’s eye and memory for years, even though it didn’t happen. But according to my guides, it did.
What I was told was this was a memory of a stroke I had on the day I was meant to die. I was with the family at JB Hi Fi, and due to major stresses of that day (which would have occurred if I had followed through on my original plans. The actual plans are not relevant for this tale, but suffice to say that they put me in an unwinnable situation, that had been engineered by my ex.)
The stress of events of that day would have caused the stroke, and I would have died there and then, or to be convoluted, I did.
The fact that it was a memory meant that it actually did happen. However, it happened in another timeline, which was similar to the one I was in, but not exactly the same.
Apparently I had chosen to come back, and continue on, but in order to do that, I had to avoid the circumstances which lead to the stroke, which I did by staying home, and my plans for that day never happened, as I decided they were much too dangerous for me. (As it turned out, I was right.)
Apparently, such things happen to us all the time, we just don’t remember it happening.
Put into the entire scheme of things, the point of that death corresponds with irregularities in my memories, such as the Spice Girl’s music video I blogged about before. That happened before this death.
I remember waking up one morning a few months before all this happened and I heard my guides asking me if I still wanted to die? They reminded me that I had a death wish, and I did not wish to be here.
I thought about it, and realized that yes, they were right. The past few years had taken such a toll on my endurance that I no longer wished to be here.
But things had changed, and the situation was now different, so I said, yes, I do wish to stay, and that, apparently was the reason I shifted.
According to my guides, I have died a number of times, and have always chosen to come back. The first time was when I got hit by a car while crossing the road back in 1977. That also fits in with the Wuthering Heights song that never existed, as it was before Kate Bush, but after I heard the original version.
So, every so often, a nexus point (a point where choices are made) would arise where I would die, and then decide to return because I had other things I could do here.
The road changing incident at Hanging Rock was apparently not a death, but a place where realities are blurred, and if you are attuned, you can slip between them to a similar but to a slightly different one.
I do remember thinking on more than one occasion, upon returning from that area, that something felt different or new.
For this reason, I do not fear death. In fact, I have never feared it, but once I started to understand that I could return to any point I wished, and in better health than when I left, I know that I will be here until such times as I’m satisfied that my work is done here.
There is a lot more to say on this subject, and so I will do so in the following blogs.
Next: The attunement to different realities.
- Paranormal experiences series: The road along side Hanging Rock or this was no picnic. (areyouanempath.com)
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- Paranormal experiences series: Changing conversations or I said what now? (areyouanempath.com)
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