“How to Make the Most of Your Earth Experience (14 Principles for Living Unconditional Love)”
This isn’t in the book, but you’re here cruising around so you get an extra “goodie”.
It’s a true story as told one starry summer night to a small group of people out on a lake in Arkansas. I hope it opens your mind like it did mine.
It was obvious to all that he wasn’t quite sure what to make of it and he wanted our opinions. As for me, I was at a pivotal point in my life, so the timing of the story couldn’t have been more perfect.
“My best friend and his wife just had a baby, their second in three years,” he said. “You got to hear what happened yesterday.”
He told us how their three year old daughter had begged for some time alone with the new baby. Naturally, her parents were reticent since they’d read how children can be jealous of newborn siblings, making them act out in ways harmful to the new baby. But since their normally easy going daughter had insisted with such passion, they’d given in. After all, they’d reasoned, there was a baby monitor in the room. And they could stand right outside the door ready to intervene if necessary.
I’ve changed the names for reasons of privacy, but what they heard over the baby monitor had the potential to change their world-view forever. It certainly opened my mind!
“Don’t come in.” Sara wagged her finger at her parents to emphasize her point. “Okay?”
“Okay,” her parents agreed. “What are you going to do?”
“Shhhh.” Sara put her finger to her lips.
“Oh. It’s a secret?”
She nodded and closed the door firmly. Listening over the baby monitor, they heard her little feet pattering in a straight bee line to the baby’s crib.
“Jenny, wake up. It’s me, Sara.”
Sounds of the baby gurgling with laughter.
“Jenny!” Her urgent whisper put her parents’ feelers on high alert. “Listen!”
More gurgling laughter.
“Do you ‘member what God looks like?” Tears of shame wrenched little Sara’s voice. “‘Cos I forgot.”
Jenny’s answer was a long series of baby sounds.
“So what do ya’ll make of that?” He shook his head. “It’s somethin’ else, isn’t it?”
Me? I was stunned; that was the last thing I’d expected to hear from this good old boy from Arkansas. It gave me goose bumps all over.
Open your mind, Glenn, I thought. Speak up. My heart quickened. “What if Sara really knew she was forgetting?” I asked. “What if Jenny really communicated it to her?”
Even as I asked, something stirred in my subconscious memory. Why not? Just because we don’t always understand what babies are saying, it doesn’t mean they aren’t communicating.
As the rest of the group pondered what it could mean, trying to fit it into the box of their current world-views, I listened with half an ear. The thought of “what if?” kept niggling at me and wouldn’t let up.
Eventually, one of the group tried with relentless zeal to write it off as the creative imagination of a simple child. From there the conversation took an intense turn as each person did their best to defend their own point of view.
I wanted to say, “Open your minds to the possibilities!” But I instinctively knew the terrain wasn’t fertile until he left the conversational stage. I tuned them out rather than engage.
That’s when it hit me in one blinding flash: I knew beyond any warped shadowy doubt that I came from somewhere before I was born, and I’d be going somewhere after my experience here on earth was all said and done. No, I couldn’t prove it with empirical evidence. But that didn’t negate the fact that I recognized a truth from deep within me.
I’d always known, of course, but had never given credence to it because the concept was so alien to anything I’d ever been taught. Oh sure, children sing the words, “As it was in the beginning, now and ever shall be, world without end, Amen, Amen,” like good little boys and girls in Sunday school growing up. But nobody ever really talks about what those lyrics might mean. With time, like Jenny and the rest of us, I forgot.
While growing into adulthood, the few times I’d tentatively broached the subject with friends or family about having come from somewhere before we were born, they’d either scoffed at my ‘overactive imagination’, or flat out laughed at the absurdity and changed the subject. I’d learned in short order that if I wanted to fit in, I’d better keep my mouth shut and pretend to myself that those thoughts didn’t exist.
On that starry night in Arkansas, however, I recognized those days had just ended. My old way of hiding from myself died on the water and a new way came into being.
Afterwards, when I shared my illumination with my friend, a respected patent lawyer, I was floored by his nonchalant response.
“Of course we came from somewhere. I’ve always known that.” He smiled. “So have you.”
“It’s true, I simply refused to give the idea any real substance until right now.” I slapped the side of my head and joked, “Okay, now that’s out of the way, where’s the instruction manual?”
Of course, I knew it was in my heart of hearts. The real question was: how could I tap into it on deeper levels?
Asking how was the key. That and the curiosity to truly know the answer.
From there, the floodgates of my memories opened. All the bits and pieces of information I’d gleaned in the previous twenty some odd years of passionate reading and contemplation of the great religious and philosophical documents throughout world history, as well as many books written about them, all snapped into clear focus.
I started trusting my own inner guidance system like never before, and became fearless in following it no matter how odd it seemed. Experience has shown me how the inner guidance from my own Divine Soul has always been true. How could it not? It’s consciously aware of our connection to everything that ever was, is, and will be.
“How to Make the Most of Your Earth Experience—14 Principles for Living Unconditional Love” is the instruction manual I wish I’d had early on. Think of all the Vibrational Voyages Go-To Guides for Spiritual Beings as go-to guidebooks written by some Divine Soul travel agency in your previous dimension on how to make the most of your visit here on earth.
Read it to spark your own memories of Unconditional Love. Do the exercises as a way of focusing your thoughts to activate those memories.
And remember: enjoy the journey! Play with it as if you were Sara’s age once again, looking at the world through the fresh eyes of youth.
The sky’s not the limit. Your heart is. Learn to live it. Now.
Ready to tap into your own memories of Unconditional Love?
So when your Inner Critic says, “YOU CAN’T…”
… it’s time to listen to another voice.
Go from confused to confident… from knee jerk reactions to knee slappin’ happy… from hiding your truth, your power, and your joy from the world to singing it on the rooftops or just humming it at the grocery store.
It’s your life. Live it your way.
This book will show you how.