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.
I 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
On the third day it rained. (But If you’re visiting a jungle rainforest – by the ocean – you might expect some rain)
Frankly, it was a welcome break from the heat.
Unless you have to work in it.
When it rains people evaporate.
Waiting for our ride.
We made it.
You won’t see the REAL Mexico on these Excursions. (But you might not want to.) Like the Resort, they are a safe, sanitized, controlled environments. You won’t get shot, mugged or molested. Or likely food poisoning. I’m not really pooping on Mexico though because there are areas in many Canadian and American cities where it’s not safe to go either. Nuff said.
The effects of excessive tequila.
Mezcal – with a scorpion.
All kinds of stuff. A lot of the merchandise wasn’t bad. We just couldn’t afford to buy much and get it back here.
They got Chocolate.
Hindu Goddess? Stuff that seems to belong somewhere else.