Groundbreaking information about communicating with loved ones who are dead

I’ve seen many people wanting to “talk” with their siblings, children, parents, family or friends who are dead, but no one think about this.

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What if reincarnation is real and the person you are calling is already alive in a different country and is now a 2-year old child?

Using numerology we can find out how many times you reincarnated, in my case, this is my 11th reincarnation.

So if reincarnation is real you try to call the soul of a person that is alive now and the only way for that soul to come and talk with you is to left the body, he/she have to die again to answer your call which is not a desirable outcome.

But if you don’t believe in reincarnation why you need to disturb a soul or spirit from his/her would, you don’t know what he/she is doing there. Maybe they have important work to do and you interrupt them thinking they have the answer to all your questions and nothing else to do, which may not be the case.

Image you have a full day at home and a spirit pop up and want to ask you if he/she should take the offer to reincarnate into a dysfunctional family because you lived in one and you know how it is. I’m sure you won’t like that.

In reality you are the one who know the answers and you are the one who will take action towards your dreams, not a spirit. The answer is in you. Ask your own soul.

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