How often have you wanted to consult with someone who is intimately knowledgeable of your unique situation, who has your best interest at heart, remains non-judgmental and compassionate, and can be trusted to give you exactly what is most important for you to know at any given moment?
Wisdom from friends and family can be tainted with their own preferences, opinions, and desires for us, however well intended, yet miss the mark with respect to what is truly needed, given the uniqueness of one's individual life path and purpose.
What if you had at your disposal, day or night, through the worst and best of times in your life, a friend that knew you better than you even know yourself, who can see the long range purposes of your life, understand your entire soul history, and can offer you wisdom pertinent to this very moment in time?
Would you take time to listen to that counsel?
If you had to work a bit at first to hear that voice clearly, would that slow you down from practicing sufficiently to develop a skill already latent within you?
Like any new endeavor, from learning to walk to learning how to raise kids, practice is required to hone the skill. We don’t get it all at first. Nuances are developed and refined with time and practice.
The same holds true regarding direct communications with your own oversoul.
Messages can, and will, come in a variety of ways, much of which depends on your level of receptivity to supernatural communications. Yet, with practice and trust in the subtle to obvious impressions that enter your heart and mind, the skill of listening and communicating with the “other side” will develop naturally.
Who is your oversoul, you might ask? This is the part of you that you left behind in the Soul Plane as you entered this chapter of your soul’s journey through eternity, and who remains as your first, and most important guide, protector, and counselor during this life.
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