It took me quite a while to get used to be Being Here, this time around, what with One Thing and Another. I'd taught myself to read, when I was three years old, to start collecting as much information as I could about World; and my current place in it. The very first dictum I recall as being significant was said by Socrates: "Know Thy Self: the unexamined life is not worth living."
To that end, aged around sixteen coming up to seventeen, I''d resolved (in the absence of much adult guidance) to follow my intuition.
I was around three years old, when I began to have the four past life memories that haunted my dreams and, always in the same order. Knowing that their significance had to be understood, I resolved to investigate my inner tuition, as my best bet.
Things began to kick themselves, when I was sixteen, coming up to seventeen.
And this is what I'm going to write about.
But, firstly, worldly work experience:
I worked on farms, from aged seventeen to close on twenty, then various jobs, as I agonised over getting more involved with a young man I'd met , in my first job.
With my husband and our two sons, we lived at Tan Hill (North Yorkshire) the highest Inn in Britain, for seven years.
Then, I taught English, for eighteen years.
In 1988, and widowed, I gave in my notice, and bought an old house (in dire need of renovation) and took on several other jobs to fund it.
In 1991, I was kicked back into touch, when I became a road manager for a clairvoyant Medium-which led me into Tarot Readings-and (hopefully) into resolutions of the other three dreams.
Qualifications: A Diploma in Agriculture; B.Ed (Hons) and a Teaching qualification; am a consultant member of The British Astrological & Psychic Society; a qualified healer (gained through the NFSH) and a n aspiring Writer.
I read a lot; my other important dictum is: So Many Books; so Little Time."
Hence, my house looks rather like a Library!
Trust, When Past Life Memories come Visiting, They’re (probably) Unfinished Business!
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