My Mayan Connection

13 Jul


the walls of the world / katie melua

Early in my Spiritual journey I didn’t care much about past lives or reincarnation.
I knew these concepts were fundamental Spiritual principles,
but apart from idle curiosity I really had no interest in them.

I simply didn’t see any reason to give it much attention.

That was soon to change.

Shortly, I started to have a series of strange dreams. Several were about ancient Egypt. In another I saw a Celtic burial mound – and I knew had been buried there. Other dreams followed – a Chinese soldier  – native American Indians – Ancient Rome and Greece. And more. Initially I merely dismissed them as unusual dream symbols. But eventually I started to notice that in many instances these dreams related to things that I was going through in my present life. They answered a lot of my questions. Questions about relationships, health, interests, talents and knowledge – many aspects of my life.
I was forced to pay attention because the information was often useful and important. 

Finally I read that we reincarnate as both man or woman. I challenged this because
in all my past life recollections I had been a man. A male.

But somebody was listening.

was soon shown a past life where I was a Mayan woman. This was shocking enough in itself, but I was also pregnant! Incredible! Try that one on. As I stood there in my humble hut, I saw temples in the background. Chichen Itza? (Would I be surprised?) Then I looked into the fire and saw the face of a Spiritual Master. Quetzalcoatl!?? 

I really don’t know? But that would make some sense to me. 

We’ve been around a hell of a long time. 

Ixchel – Mayan Goddess of love, pregnancy, childbirth, medicine, healing, weaving and domestic art

2 Responses to “My Mayan Connection”

  1. Marilyn Armstrong July 13, 2019 at 9:37 pm #

    I think we have ALL been here a long time. Maybe forever.

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    • jcalberta July 13, 2019 at 10:13 pm #

      We go ’round and ’round and ’round. Until one day … one lifetime … we’ve had enough. Time to get off the not-so-merry-go-round. This is a tough school.

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