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Can We Get A New Soul If We Need One?
Subject Explains His Experience With Soul-Transference

By Dorraine Fisher


I’ve been interested for years in the concept that the soul and our emotional state are more responsible for our physical well-being than we have always thought. Since our emotions can and do affect us in physical ways, it’s interesting to entertain the idea that if we can actually heal our soul and emotional state, we can heal our physical body of disease also. But it’s even more interesting to know that there are people who claim to have received a completely new soul in order to do this. This process is called a walk-in soul, soul transference, or soul transformation.

In the case of walk-in souls, the subject is severely ill and near death. At a critical moment when the subject is barely alive, their soul departs their body and a new one enters through the process of a “cosmic agreement” to make an exchange for a specific purpose.

Lesser-Known Signs You May Be Telepathic

By Dorraine Fisher


It’s possible that every one of us may be telepathic on some level but may have a hard time seeing how that could be possible. It happened with me when I got curious and started studying the subject. I read the conventional information on it and then started testing the conventional how-tos for myself. Of course, they didn’t work, and I decided at one point that I’m definitely not telepathic.  And I almost gave up, but I didn’t because I always try to first try and look at a subject from a different perspective. So I dug a little deeper and reassessed the definition and now I’m sure we’re all at least a little telepathic. But we downplay the evidence and we don’t see what’s right in front of us. But here’s what I learned and you can open up your mind and take this information or you can shut down and leave it. But if you leave it, you may be leaving one of your superpowers in the dust.

Unraveling Dreams About The People In Your Life

By Dorraine Fisher


Our dreams offer insights into our soul. They reveal our deepest fears and insecurities. But our dreams about the people in our lives are the most telling of all. Though we often overlook them as “just a dream.”

There is no such thing as “just a dream.” When we dream, our subconscious mind is hard at work sending us messages about what we need to fix about ourselves in order to be happy and feel better. And even nightmares serve this purpose if we examine them closely.

We often have dreams about strangers, but it’s the dreams about people we know that we should pay special attention to.

Healing Yourself By Discovering Your Past Lives
My Past Life Healing Story

By Dorraine Fisher


Have you ever been going about your day like normal when you suddenly saw something that affected you in some way? Like there was something you were supposed to remember about it, but you can’t quite put your finger on it? It could be anything, really. A person, a place, a thing, a recurring dream.  And there’s this intuitive side of you that knows it’s something significant, but that logical side of you might just say you’re just imagining things. But you aren’t. It’s your intuition trying to tell you something.

We all have some kind of emotional/mental issues. We all have things about ourselves we don’t understand, and sometimes can’t seem to overcome.  Many things can be explained by our childhood or previous traumatic events in our lives. But other things aren’t so cut and dry. Some things about us seem to have no reason or explanation...at least in this life. Because some things about us were brought about in a past life. And there are clues we may see every day in this life that are trying to tell us why.  But we have to listen in order to hear. And the best way to explain this is for me to use myself as an example of how this can work.
Reincarnation - is it real


By TCC Team Member Dorraine Fisher
Professional Writer, a nature and wildlife enthusiast who has written for many magazines.



So You Don’t Believe In Reincarnation?
Consider These Things - The Soul Series Part 3
By TCC Team Member Dorraine Fisher

    Over the years, through experience and knowledge, I’ve come to believe in at least the possibility of reincarnation. I’ve had enough strange experiences of the world that I never dismiss something as impossible any more. And I believe it’s folly to say something isn’t possible when “impossible” things happen every day. I DO believe that the mysteries of the universe run far deeper than any of us really imagine. And you may think it’s easier to believe in something like Bigfoot because there is some evidence to suggest they exist, where there’s no proof of reincarnation at all. Right?
Well, let’s examine this a little further.
In parts one and two of this series, I’ve introduced the possibility that our soul is actually an energy force that drives us and makes us who we are; a real, genuine source of energy like any other known to science. And science knows that energy can’t be destroyed. It can only change its form. So if the soul is as I describe, where does it go when we die?
Is it possible that you are a time traveler?
With all this information in mind, suppose you have died. But suppose that it’s just your body that has given out. This other part of you, your soul, this indestructible energy force must now find a new home. It needs a body…and what better body to use than a newborn baby?
But you don’t have to take my word for it.
Dr. Ian Stevenson, Director of the Division of Personality Studies at the University of Virginia has spent many years studying cases of reincarnation in children. And he has documented over 3000 cases in the course of his career. He’s a medical doctor, the former head of the department of psychiatry for the university; and has a spotless reputation. And believers and skeptics alike who are familiar with his work agree that he has the best collection of evidence yet that could prove the validity of reincarnation.
Thousands of children remember details, events, circumstances, and names of people they knew. They can find their way around places with which they couldn’t possibly be familiar unless they had been there. And they remember details about vocations they couldn’t possibly know unless they had worked in that vocation. Some even recall details of a different language if their supposed last life was in a different country. And many experience seemingly mysterious physical pain from an injury or death in the previous life. These experts estimate that 90 percent of physical ailments we have can be attributed to some past life experience.
And experts like Dr.Stevenson claim children have a better chance of remembering a past life while they’re young, like it’s fresher in their minds. But these memories have a tendency to fade as they get older.
But on a more personal level, maybe you’ve had some experience of this and didn’t realize it. Ask yourself these questions:
  1. Do you have an abnormal fear of something that literally consumes you and yet you don’t know where it came from? Could it be you had a terrifying experience in a previous life that may have even claimed your life and now invokes horrible fear as you recall it in this one?
  2. Did your parents claim that you possessed certain significant personality traits from the day you were born?
  3. Do you have certain aches or pains or other physical ailments that no doctor seems to be able to help? I.E. if you were strangled or hanged in a previous life, you may experience neck pain in this one for no apparent reason.
  4. Have you ever had a dream that was historically accurate? Like it correlated with a familiar period in history? Were you wearing clothes from the period? Did you feel like you were really there? Could it be not just a simple dream, but a past life recollection?
  5. Do you feel more comfortable in certain types of terrain? Do you maybe feel more at home in the mountains or by the seaside, when maybe you weren’t necessarily born there? Could it be you had a happy life in one of those places in a former life?
  6. Have you ever met someone that you liked right away and had that feeling like you’ve “known each other forever?” These experts say we find a way to stay close to the same familiar souls in each life. Could it be you really have known this person forever?
  7. Have you ever met someone you hated right away but really couldn’t put your finger on the idea of why? Could it be this person wronged you in some way in a previous life and you, on some level, sense it in this one?
  8. Have you ever seen someone and instantly felt drawn to them by some unseen force you couldn’t explain? Almost like they seemed familiar? Could it be they remind you of someone you’ve known before and even loved in a past life? Could it be that you somehow recognized this as a person you’ve known before?
  9. Have you ever entered a place you’ve never been to before, but somehow it seems familiar? Is it possible you’ve been there in a previous life?
  10. Have you ever found yourself in a situation that gives you that feeling of déjà-vu? Like this has happened to you before, but you know it couldn’t have possibly? But is it possible it may have happened to you this way in a previous life?
  11. Have you ever known a child that seemed frustrated by being a child and having the limitations of being a child? Could it be this person is unknowingly trying to accomplish something that was left unresolved in a previous life?
  12. Do you have emotional issues that you can’t seem to resolve? Are you stuck in your life or confused much of the time? Do you feel you have a mental block about certain aspects of your life. Could it be that these problems were created in a previous life, never resolved, and carried with you into this one?

     Grasping the idea of having lived past lives gives an explanation to many things in our lives we can’t

explain. And strangely it takes away the fear of death somewhat because it lets us know that this life

is not the end. There is another after this one. We have another chance. It can change our whole

perspective on life and why we are the way we are. Maybe…just maybe there’s always a reason.

     Modern medical science is just beginning to recognize the possibility that many of our problems,

 mental and physical, can be healed through past life regression therapy. The act of finding the origin

 of our problems in this life by delving into previous ones is proving to be very successful. And

 they’re using it more and more. Why?

     Could it be because we really have lived before? Hmmm. ******DF

     Still don’t believe? Check out this video featuring little James Leininger who recalls compelling

 details of his past life as a WWII fighter pilot:


 
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Filming skunk ape proving problematic -
David Shealy’s list of grievances against the National Park Service is long and longstanding.

Shealy, the owner of Trail Lakes Campground in Ochopee, says the staff at the Big Cypress National Preserve has stolen his customers, blocked his access to the park and created a hazard by not providing hunters with adequate means of disposing of dead animal parts.

...But his latest claim strikes at the heart of his being -- hindering his ability to market the skunk ape.

Shealy is the world’s foremost purveyor of skunk ape lore, the legends of a Yeti-like creature roaming the wilds of the Everglades and Big Cypress.

His Skunk Ape Research Headquarters is a curiosity along the Tamiami Trail and helps draw visitors to his business.

While dismissed by many as a made-up marketing ploy, the tale of the skunk ape has attracted the interest of reality TV.

A film crew has been in Ochopee this summer working with Shealy on a pilot, ostensibly for the Discovery Channel. The production company, Authentic Entertainment of Burbank, Calif., is behind reality staples including the Food Network’s “Ace of Cakes” and Bravo’s “Flipping Out.”

But Shealy says the park service has been less than cooperative with the filmmakers as they work inside the more than 700,000-acre preserve.

“I can’t do anything out there without a bunch of rangers around me. I see people and groups filming from time to time and no one is treated as poorly as me,” Shealy said.

Park spokesman Bob DeGross denies Shealy is subject to more scrutiny than any other film crew working in the preserve. Filming for commercial purposes requires a permit, which Authentic Entertainment obtained, DeGross said. To protect the preserve, there are limitations on what can be done while filming.

For instance, DeGross said the film crew wanted to shoot a swamp buggy traversing a part of the preserve that is off-limits to vehicles. That wasn’t allowed but they were directed to another area where vehicles are allowed, he said.

DeGross said Authentic Entertainment has filmed in national parks before and is aware of the restrictions. “We’re willing to work with them very closely,” he said.

Shealy’s unease with the Park Service is at the point he feels he freedom of speech is threatened. To conduct tours inside the park he would need a license, which he doesn’t have. The reason: “If I tell a person I’m guiding the skunk ape is real, I’d lose my license,” he said.

Obtaining a license entails paying a $100 fee and undergoing training and orientation. Operators need park approval of the number of visitors and the frequency of tours in order to protect the natural resources, DeGross said. But he sees nothing in the rules that would stop a guide from talking about the skunk ape. “It’s an individual’s personal belief if the skunk ape exists,” DeGross said, adding, “We have no documented evidence the skunk ape exists.”

Plus, DeGross said, Shealy has his own land on which to peddle the skunk ape. “We don’t have any jurisdiction on his private property at all.”

Shealy may be all alone in feeling put upon by the park service over his quest for the skunk ape, but he has company in another area of concern.

The preserve’s free and low-cost camp sites are costing nearby campgrounds business, agrees Kenny Brown, manager of Outdoor Resorts Chokoloskee location.

Big Cypress Preserve offers RV camping for under $20 a night. At some times of the year, it is free.

By contrast, Brown charges as much as $89 a night for RV sites on the water. The Outdoor Resorts campground has more amenities, such as a pool, but it’s hard to beat free, he said. “That’s heavy duty competition,” he said.

Shealy charges about $25 night for RVs and has seen his business drop in recent years as the preserve has raised its profile on U.S. 41. “They built two big visitors centers and they tell (campers) to go to their free campsites. It’s just ruined me,” he said.

TCC - hmmmm...kind of interesting considering all this recent news about "the government took my bigfoot body" stories.





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