Why I Moved To Mexico

Why I Moved To Mexico

I moved to Mexico for four reasons. The first was economic, but the other reasons were just as compelling. Most importantly, I feel alive here.

How To Learn a Language From a Past Life

Recently, mainly because of my frustrations in learning to speak Spanish, I wanted to know if it is possible to remember a language by connecting to a past lifetime in which I spoke that language and “download” it into my consciousness. 

I channeled about it and this was the result:

Yes, this is entirely possible, with some potential restrictions. The restrictions largely relate to the types of experiences that particular soul has planned for that lifetime, and whether learning the new language is part of that soul’s loose plan, or whether having difficulty learning the new language is part of the plan.

Also there could be restrictions given individual choices made by that soul for that lifetime, such as learning disabilities, mental health issues, and the like.

But the vast majority of people should be able to access a past lifetime and therefore access that earlier language, EXCEPT (and this is a big exception) if the individual does not believe this is possible. Either they do not believe in past lifetimes or they do not believe it is possible in general to access a past life and therefore access the associated language, or they do not believe it is possible FOR THEM to do so.

There are also a whole host of other possible conflicting beliefs that could restrict a person’s ability to do this, but not believing it is possible is the most common.

Therefore, even though the vast majority of people should be able to access a past lifetime and therefore access that earlier language, in reality only a few people will be able to accomplish this.

The process is fairly simple.

  1. Identify a lifetime in which you spoke the desired language.
  2. Really go deeply into the FEELING of having been that person — because that person is still ”inside” you. 
  3. Continue feeling the experiences of that person AS IF YOU ARE THEM, for a period of time (daily for 1-2 weeks).
  4. Now, (and this is perhaps the difficult part), allow the desired language to flow through you, WITHOUT TRYING TO MAKE IT HAPPEN.
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Why I Moved To Mexico

Why I Moved To Mexico

I moved to Mexico for four reasons. The first was economic, but the other reasons were just as compelling. Most importantly, I feel alive here.

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