Your Pre-Birth Plan
BEFORE YOU ARE BORN YOU CHOOSE EVERYTHING, including your parents. Once your choices have been made, the tedious task begins of planning all the things you wish to experience in the upcoming life.
Experience isn’t the only thing we seek; we have goals to meet and challenges to overcome. We may choose to clear up karma resulting from actions accumulated in past lives.
There are a few other things such as rectifying false beliefs, learning to have patience or overcoming jealousy and hatred. When the life plan is being created, our guides are there with us creating a flow chart of our life’s journey to come.
By forgetting, we truly get to know ourselves and fully live the current life we are living. The Pre-Birth Plan is set in place but ‘free will’ gives us the ability to vary the life we choose to live. With that being said, there are certain things we are meant to experience and because of that, some things are out of our control.
For example: if you are meant to experience a certain illness or disease, you will manifest that illness. If you are meant to experience a negative relationship, you will attract that negative person into your life.
This could be considered the Law of Attraction or Manifestation but because it’s not something you are fully conscious of – because you planned it before you were born – it’s hard to call it that.
Some people get confused because they know about the Laws of Attraction, but something negative comes into their life and BAM!… before they know it they’re suddenly thrown into a turmoil because they felt they were doing everything right, so they can’t understand how they could attract something so negative.
When that happens, the Pre-Birth Plan is kicking in. There’s a lesson to be learned, an experience to be had for growth, healing or balance or in some cases, because of ‘free will’ you have strayed pretty far from your Pre-Birth Plan and things in your life are beginning to fall apart…
Dan’s Quote: “You are here being tested in the lessons of life.
______________It wouldn’t be a test if you knew the answers”
This post inspired by ‘Do We Plan Our Lives Before We Are Born?’ by Nikkie Gray.