(wordmistakes may be as text is scanned)
This theme on looking/evaluating
the passed life from the "other side" - this passage
extract is almost entirely as Lobsang
Rampa wrote about this subject in some of his books 30-50 years
ago. (This underlines that
HE really could see the big sheme of LIFE.)
Also here about suicides and the theme parallel possibilities in our
The Library of Life Books
Many of my clients speak about being in research
library settings soon after rejoining their soul groups. I have come
to accept the idea that it is a standard learning imperative that we
begin to study our past lives in depth right away. After I wrote
about the place where our life records are stored in my first book,
people asked if I was able to supply them with more details.
The people who describe earthly structures in
their spiritual home also include the library, and descriptions of
this setting are quite consistent. On Earth, a library represents a
systematic collection of books arranged by subjects and names which
provide information. The titles of spiritual Life Books have my
client's names on them. This may seem odd, but if I were working
with an intelligent aquatic being from Planet X who had never been
to Earth and whose place of study was an ocean tide pool, I'm sure
that is what this entity would report seeing in the spirit world.
I have reported on spiritual classrooms and
smaller adjacent cubicles where primary groups interact, including
even smaller isolated rooms where souls can be completely alone for
quiet study. There is nothing small about the library. Everyone
tells me the location of the Life Books is seen as a huge study
hall, in a rectangular structure, with books lined along the walls
and many souls studying at desks who do not seem to know each other.
When my subjects describe a spiritual library they see the floor
plan design in figure 5, an image that is very prevalent in their
minds. (Inside a typical library picture - but enormous).
Once inside this space, librarian-guides are the
Archivist Souls in charge of the books. They are quiet, almost
monastic beings who assist both guides and students from many
primary clusters in locating information. These spiritual libraries
serve souls in different ways depending upon their level of
attainment. Souls may be assisted either by their own guides, the
Archivists, or both. Some of my clients go to the library alone upon
returning to the spirit world, while others have guides who
routinely accompany them into this space. A guide might get his
student started and then leave the room. Many elements come into
play here, including the complexity of the research and the timeline
to be reviewed by the student soul. When students are in these study
halls they sometimes work in pairs but mostly they do their research
alone after being assisted by the Archivists in finding the proper
Eastern philosophy holds that every thought, word
and deed from every lifetime in our past, along with every event in
which we participated, is recorded in the Akashic Record.
Possibilities of future events can also be seen with the help of
scribes. The word "Akasha" essentially means the essence
of all universal memory that is recording every energy vibration of
existence, rather like an audio/visual magnetic tape. I have
discussed the connections of divine, immortal and conscious memory.
Our human conceptualization of spiritual libraries, timeless places
where we study missed opportunities and our accountability for past
actions, is an example of those memory connections. People of the
East have conceived that the substance of all events past, present
and future is preserved by containment within energy particles and
then recovered in a sacred spiritual setting through vibrational
alignments. I feel the whole concept of personal spiritual records
for each of us did not originate in India or anywhere else on Earth.
It began with our spiritual minds already having knowledge of these
records between lives.
I find it unsettling that certain aspects of
recovered memory about spiritual libraries can be subverted by human
belief systems, which are intended to frighten people. Within
Eastern cultures there are those who have been led to believe the
Life Books are analogous to spiritual diaries that can be used as
evidence against the soul. Visions of spiritual libraries are
interpreted as scenes where cases are prepared as depositions
against errant souls based upon their karmic records. A further step
in this misguided belief system brings us to the dreaded tribunal
for sentencing after testimony about the soul's shortcomings in the
last life. Certain psychics claim they have privileged access to
events of the future through Akashic Records and that by working
exclusively with them they can divert their followers from
Human extravagance has no bounds when it comes to
instilling fear. A prime example is the fear of terrible punishment
for those who commit suicide. It is true that being kept out of
heaven has been a deterrent to suicide, but it is the wrong approach.
I have noticed in recent years that even the Catholic church is not
quite so adamant about suicide being a mortal sin subject to the
extremes of spiritual punishment. There is now a Vatican-approved
catechism which states that suicide is "against natural law"
but adds, "by ways known to God alone, there is opportunity for
salutary repentance:' Salutary means conducive to some good purpose.
My next case represents a subject who killed
herself in her last life. She describes her examination of this act
in a library setting. Repentance in the spirit world often begins
here. Since I will be reviewing her suicide, this is a suitable
point to briefly digress from the library and address some of the
questions I have been asked about suicide and subsequent retribution
in the spirit world.
When I work with clients who have committed
suicide in former lives, the first thing most exclaim right after
the moment of death is, "Oh, my God, how could I have been so
stupid!" These are physically healthy people, not those who are
suffering from a debilitating physical illness. Suicide by a person,
young or old, whose physical state has reduced the quality of their
life to almost nothing is treated differently in the spirit world
than those who had healthy bodies. While all suicide cases are
treated with kindness and understanding, people who killed
themselves with a healthy body do have a reckoning.
In my experience, souls feel no sense of failure
or guilt when they have been involved with a mercy death. I shall
give a realistic example of this sort of death with a brother and
sister under the free will section in chapter 9. When there is
unendurable physical suffering, we have the right to be released
from the pain and indignity of being treated like helpless children
connected to life-support systems. In the spirit world, I find that
no stigma is attached to a soul leaving a terribly broken body who
is released by its own hand or from that of a compassionate
I have worked with quite a number of people who
have attempted suicide in the years before they saw me and I feel my
working with them has provided a helpful perspective. Some were
still in emotional turmoil when I met them, while others had pulled
away from thoughts of self-destruction. One thing I have learned is
that people who tell me they don't belong on Earth need to be taken
seriously. They may even be potential suicide cases. In my practice,
these clients fall into one of three spiritual classifications:
1. Young, highly sensitive souls who began
their incarnations on Earth but have spent little time here.
Certain souls in this category have had great difficulty
adjusting to the human body. They feel their very existence to
be threatened because it is so cruel.
2. Both young and older souls who incarnated
on another planet before coming to earth. If these souls lived
on worlds less harsh than Earth, they may be overcome by the
primitive emotions and high density of the human body. These are
the hybrid souls I discussed in the last chapter. Essentially,
they feel they are in an alien body.
3. Souls below level III, who have been
incarnating on Earth since their creation but are not merging
well with their current body. These souls accepted a life
contract with a host body whose physical ego mind is radically
different from their immortal soul. They cannot seem to find
themselves in this particular lifetime.
What happens to souls involved with suicide in
healthy bodies? These souls tell me they feel somewhat diminished in
the eyes of their guides and group peers because they broke their
covenant in a former life. There is a loss of pride from a wasted
opportunity. Life is a gift and a great deal of thought has gone
into allocating certain bodies for our use. We are the custodians of
this body and that carries a sacred trust. My clients call it a
contract. Particularly when a young, healthy person commits suicide,
our teachers consider this an act of gross immaturity and the
abrogation of responsibility. Our spiritual masters have placed
their trust in our courage to finish life with functional bodies in
a normal fashion, no matter how difficult. They have infinite
patience with us, but with repeated suicide offenders their
forgiveness takes on another tone.
I worked with a young client who had tried to
commit suicide a year before I saw him. During our hypnosis
session we found evidence of a pattern of self-destruction in
former lives. Facing his master teachers at a council meeting
following his last life, this client was told by an Elder:
Once again you are here early and we are
disappointed. Have you not learned the same test grows more
difficult with each new life you terminate? Your behavior is
selfish for many reasons, not the least of which is the sorrow
you caused to those left behind who loved you. How much longer
will you continue to just throw away the perfectly good bodies
we give you? Tell us when you are ready to stop engaging in
self-pity and underestimating your capabilities.
I don't think I have ever heard of a council
member come down any harder on one of my subjects over the issue of
suicide. Months later, this client wrote me to say that whenever
thoughts of committing suicide entered his head he pushed them aside
because of a desire to avoid having to face this Elder again after
killing himself. A little posthypnotic suggestion on my part made
recovering this scene in his conscious mind especially easy and
serves as a deterrent.
In suicide cases involving healthy bodies, one of
two things generally happens to these souls. If they are not a
repeat offender, the soul is frequently sent back to a new life
rather quickly, at their own request, to make up for lost time. This
could be within five years of their death on Earth. The average soul
is convinced it is important to get right back on the diving board
after having taken a belly flop in a prior life. After all, we have
natural survival instincts as human beings and most spirits
tenaciously fight to stay alive.
For those who display a pattern of bailing out
when things get rough there are places of repentance for a good
purpose. These places do not contain a pantheon of horrors in some
dark, lower spirit region reserved for sinners. Rather than being
punished in some sort of bleak purgatory, these souls may volunteer
to go to a beautiful planetary world with water, trees and mountains
but no other life. They have no contact with other souls in these
places of seclusion except for sporadic visits by a guide to assist
them in their reflections and self-evaluation.
Places of isolation come in many varieties and I
must admit they seem terribly boring. Maybe that's the whole idea.
While you are sitting out the next few games on the bench, your
teammates continue with challenges in their new lives. Apparently
this medicine seems to work because these souls come back to their
groups feeling refreshed but knowing they have missed out on a lot
of action and opportunities for personal development with their
friends. Nonetheless, there are souls who will never adjust to Earth.
I hear some are reassigned to other worlds for their future
My next two cases represent the exposure of souls
to spiritual libraries and the impact seeing their records has on
them. In both cases there is evidence of the use of altered reality,
with some differences. The woman in case 29, a suicide case, will be
shown a series of alternate choices she could have made in her past
life, presented in four coexisting time sequences. The first
timeline was the actual life itself. She will be more of an observer
than a participant in these scenes. With case 30, however, we will
see the employment of a single scene with an altered reality where
the soul will dramatically enter a scene from his past life to
actually experience a different outcome. Both cases are designed to
show the many paths in life involving choices.
Our guides decide on the most effective means for
self-discovery in the library. The design and scope of these
investigations then comes under the jurisdiction of the Archivists.
Amy had recently returned to the spirit world from
a small farming village in England where she killed herself in 1860,
at age sixteen. This soul would wait another hundred years before
coming back due to her self-doubts about handling adversity. Amy
drowned herself in a local pond because she was two months pregnant
and unmarried. Her lover, Thomas, had been killed the week before in
a fall off a thatched roof he was repairing. I learned the two were
deeply in love and intended to marry. Amy told me during her past
life review that she thought when Thomas was killed her life was
over. Amy said she did not want to bring disgrace upon her family
from the gossip of local villagers. Tearfully, this client said,
"I knew they would call me a whore, and if I ran off to London
that is exactly what a poor girl with child would become."
In suicide cases, the soul's guide might offer
seclusion, aggressive energy regeneration, a quick return, or some
combination of these things. When Amy crossed over after killing
herself, her guide, Likiko, and the soul of Thomas were there to
comfort her for a while. Soon she was alone with Lildko in a
beautiful garden setting. Amy sensed the disappointment in Likiko's
manner and she expected to be scolded for her lack of courage.
Angrily, she asked her guide why the life didn't go as planned in
the beginning. She had not seen the possibility of suicide before
her incarnation. Amy thought she was supposed to marry Thomas, have
children and live happily in her village to old age. Someone, she
felt, had pulled the rug out from under her. Likiko explained that
Thomas' death was one of the alternatives in this life cycle and
that she had the freedom to make better choices than killing herself.
Amy learned that for Thomas, his choice to go up
on a high, steep and dangerously slippery roof was a probable
one-more probable because his soul mind had already considered this
"accident" as a test for her. Later, I was to learn Thomas
came very close to not accepting the roof job because of
"internal forces pulling him the other way:' Apparently,
everyone in this soul group saw that Amy's capacity for survival was
greater than she gave herself credit for, although she had shown
tenuous behavior in her earlier lives.
Once on the other side, Amy thought the whole
exercise was cruel and unnecessary. Likiko reminded Amy that she had
a history of self-flagellation and that if she was ever going to
help others with their survival, she must get past this failing in
herself. When Amy responded that she had little choice but to kill
herself, given the circumstances of Victorian England, she found
herself in the following library scene.
Dr. N: where are you now?
S: (somewhat disoriented) I'm in a place of
study... it looks Gothic ... stone walls ... long marble tables
Dr. N: why do you think you are in this sort of
S: (pause) In one of my lives I lived as a
monk in Europe (in the twelfth century). I loved the old church
cloister as a place for quiet study. But I know where I am now. It is
the library of great books... the records.
Dr. N: Many people call them Life Books. Is this
the same thing?
S: Yes, we all use them... (pause, subject is
distracted) There is a worrisome-looking old man in a white robe
coming toward me... fluttering around me.
Dr. N: what's he doing, Amy?
S: Well, he's carrying a set of scrolls, rolls
of charts. He is muttering and shaking his head at me.
Dr. N: Do you have any idea why?
S: He is the librarian. He says to me, "You
are here early."
Dr. N: what do you think he means?
S: (pause) That... I did not have compelling
reasons for arriving back here early.
Dr. N: Compelling reasons ...?
S: (breaking in) Oh... being in terrible
pain-not able to function in life.
Dr. N: I see. Tell me what this librarian does
S: There is a huge open space where I see many
souls at long desks with books everywhere but I'm not going to
that room now. The old man takes me to one of the small private
rooms off to the side where we can talk without disturbing the
Dr. N: How do you feel about this?
S: (shakes head in resignation) I guess I need
special treatment right now. The room is very plain with a single
table and chair. The old man brings in a large book and it is set
up in front of me like a TV viewing screen.
Dr. N: what are you supposed to do?
S: (abruptly) Pay attention to him! He sets his
scroll in front of me first and opens it. Then he points to a
series of lines representing my life.
Dr. N: Please go slowly here and explain what
these lines mean to you, Amy.
S: They are life lines-my lines. The thick,
widely spaced lines represent the prominent experiences in our life
and the age they will most likely occur. The thinner ones bisect
the main lines and represent a variety of other... circumstances.
Dr. N: I have heard these less-prominent lines
are possibilities of action as opposed to the probabilities. Is that
what you are saying?
S: (pause) That's right.
Dr. N: what else can you tell me about the thick
versus thin lines?
S: Well, the thick line is like the trunk of a
tree and the smaller ones are the branches. I know the thick one
was my main path. The old man is pointing at that line and scolding me
a bit about taking a dead-end branch.
Dr. N: You know, Amy, despite this Archivist
fussing about these lines, they do represent a series of your
choices. From a karmic standpoint all of us have taken a wrong
fork in the road from time to time.
S: (heatedly) Yes, but this is serious. I did
not just make a small mistake in his eyes. I know he cares about
what I do. (There is a pause and then loudly) I WANT TO HIT HIM
OVER THE HEAD WITH HIS DAMN SCROLL. I TELL HIM, "YOU GO TRY
MY LIFE FOR A WHILE!"
Note: At this point Amy tells me that the old man's face softens
and he leaves the room for a few minutes. She thinks he is giving
her time to collect herself but then he brings back another book.
This book is opened to a page where Amy can see the Archivist as a
young man being torn apart by lions in an ancient Roman arena for
his religious convictions. He then puts this book aside and opens
Amy's book. I ask her what she sees next.
S: It comes alive in three-dimensional color. He
shows me the first page with a universe of millions of galaxies.
Then the Milky Way ... and our solar system... so I will remember
where I came from - as if I could forget. Then, more pages
Dr. N: I like this perspective, Amy. Then, what
do you see?
S: .... . crystal prisms... dark and light
depending upon what thoughts are sent. Now, I remember I have done
this before. More lines... and pictures... which I can move
forward and backward in time with my mind. But the old man is
helping me anyway.
Note: I have been told these lines form
vibrational sequences representing timeline alignments.
Dr. N: How would you interpret the meaning of
S: They form the patterns for the life pictures
in the order you wish to look at-that you need to look at.
Dr. N: I don't want to get ahead of you, Amy.
Just tell me what the old man does with you now.
S: Okay. He flips to a page and I see myself
onscreen in the village I just left. It isn't really a
picture-it's so real-it's alive. I'm there.
Dr. N: Are you actually in the scene or are you
simply observing the scene?
S: We can do both, but right now I am supposed
to just watch the scenes.
Dr. N: That's fine, Amy. Let's go through the
scene as the old man is presenting it to you. Explain what is
S: Oh ... we are going to look at... other
choices. After seeing what I actually did at the pond where I took
my life-the next scene has me back at the pond on the bank.
(pause) This time I don't wade in and drown myself. I walk back to
the village. (laughs for the first time) I'm still pregnant.
Dr. N: (laughing with her) Okay, turn the page.
S: I'm with my mother, Iris. I tell her I am
carrying Thomas' baby. She is not as shocked as I thought she
would be. She is angry, though. I get a lecture. Then... she is
crying with me and holding me. (subject now breaks down while
tearfully continuing to talk) I tell her I am a good girl, but I
was in love.
Dr. N: Does Iris tell your father?
S: That is one alternative on the screen. Dr. N:
Follow that alternative path for me.
S: (pause) We all move to another village and
everyone there is told I am a widow. Years later, I will marry an
older man. These are very hard times. My father lost a lot when we
moved and we were even poorer than before. But we stay together as
a family and life eventually becomes good. (crying again) My
little girl was beautiful.
Dr. N: Is that the only alternative course of
action you study right now?
S: (with resignation) Oh, no. Now, I look at
another choice. I come back from the pond and admit I am pregnant.
My parents scream at me and then fight with each other about who
is to blame. I am told they do not want to give up our small farm
they worked so hard for and leave the village because I am
disgraced. They give me a little money to get to London so I can
try to find work as a serving girl.
Dr. N: And how does this work out?
S: (bitterly) Just what I expected. London would
not have been good. I wind up in the streets sleeping with other
men. (shudders) I die kind of young and the baby is a foundling
who eventually dies too. Horrible ...
Dr. N: Well, at least you tried to survive in
that alternative life. Are any other choices shown to you?
S: I'm growing tired. The old man shows me one
last choice. There are others, I think, but he will stop here
because I ask him to. In this scene my parents still believe I
should go away from them but we wait until a traveling peddler
comes to our village. He agrees to take me in his cart after my
father pays him something. We do not go to London but rather to
other villages in the district. I finally find work with a family.
I tell them my husband was killed. The peddler gave me a brass
ring to wear and backs up my story. I'm not sure they believe me.
It doesn't matter. I settle in the town. I never marry but my
child grows up healthy.
Dr. N: After you are finished turning these
pages with the old man and have contemplated some of the
alternatives to suicide, what are your conclusions?
S: (sadly) It was a waste to kill myself. I know
it now. I think I knew it all along. Right after I died I said to
myself, "God, that was a stupid thing to do, now I'm going to
have to do it all over again!" When I went before my council they asked if I
would like to be retested soon. I said, "Let me think about
After this session my client discussed some of the
choices she has had to make in her current life involving courage.
As a teenager she became pregnant and dealt with this difficulty
through the help of a school counselor and finally her mother, who
was Iris in her life as Amy. They encouraged her to stand up for
herself regardless of the opinions of others. In our session
together my subject learned her soul has a tendency to prejudge
serious events in her life in a negative manner. many past lives
there was always a nagging thought that whatever decision she made
in a crisis would be the wrong one.
Although Amy was reluctant to return to Earth
again, today she is a woman of much greater confidence. She spent
the hundred years between lives reflecting on her suicide and
decisions made in the centuries before this life. Amy is a musical
soul and she said at one point:
Because I wasted the body assigned to me, I
am doing a kind of penance. During recreation I can't go to the
music room, which I love to do, because I need to be alone in
the library. I use the screens to review my past actions
involving choices where I have hurt myself and those around me.
When a client uses the word "screen" to
describe how they view events, the setting is relevant. Small
conference rooms and the library appear to have tables with a
variety of TV-size books. These so-called books have
three-dimensional illuminated viewing screens. One client echoed the
thoughts of most subjects when she said, "These records give
the illusion of books with pages, but they are sheets of energy
which vibrate and form live picture-patterns of events:'
The size of these screens depends upon usage
within a given setting. For instance, in the life selection rooms we
use just before our next incarnation, the screens are much larger
than seen in spiritual libraries and classrooms. Souls are given the
option of entering these life-sized screens. The huge, shimmering
screens usually encircle the soul and they have been called the Ring
of Destiny. I will discuss the Ring further in chapter 9.
Despite the impressive size of the screens in
future-life selection rooms, souls spend far more time looking at
scenes in the library. The function of the smaller library screens
is for monitoring past and current time on Earth on a continuing
basis. All screens, large or small, have been described to me as
sheets of film which look like waterfalls that can be entered while
part of our energy stays in the room.
All cosmic viewing screens are multidimensional,
with coordinates to record spacetime avenues of occurrence. These
are often referred to as timelines and they can be manipulated by
thought scanning. There may be other directors of this process not
seen by the soul. Quite often a subject will employ mechanical
contrivances in their scanning descriptions such as panels, levers,
and dials. Apparently, these are all illusions created for souls who
incarnate on Earth.
Regardless of screen size, the length, width and
depth in each frame allows the soul to become part of a procession
of cause and effect sequences. Can souls enter the smaller screens
associated with books in the same way as with the larger screens
found in the Ring? While there are no restrictions for time travel
study, most of my subjects appear to use the smaller screens more
for observing past events in which they once participated. Souls
take a portion of their energy, leaving the rest at the console, and
enter the screens in one of two ways:
1. As observers moving as unseen ghosts through
scenes on Earth with no influence on events. I see this as working
with virtual reality.
2. As participants where they will assume roles
in the action of the scene, even to the extent of altering reality
from the original by re-creations.
Once reviewed, everything returns to what it was
since the constant reality of a past event on a physical world
remains the same from the perspective of the soul who took part in
the original event.
As the dialogue progresses in my next case, it
will be obvious that an unseen entity is re-creating a past life
scene, but with alterations. These adjustments are intended to
elicit empathy and teach the soul in case 30. This case is an
example of what some of my clients mean when they talk about
entering worlds of altered time and causality through screens
found in books, desk consoles and viewing theaters. Although these
spacetime training exercises do not change the course of the
original historical event on Earth, there may be other forces at
I concede the possibility that my subject's
memories could demonstrate that they are moving through parallel
universes which might nearly duplicate our own spacetime. Yet in
spiritual classrooms and libraries they do not see past events on
Earth as being outside the reality of our universe. I do have the
feeling that what a soul from Earth is able to see and explain to
me is regulated by the resonances of their personal guides. When
they reach the life selection room, with larger, theater-type
screens to look solely at the future, their perspective about a
constant reality changes more to a fluctuating reality.
Events on any screen can be moved forward or
backward. They can be placed into fast or slow motion or suspended
for study. All possibilities of occurrences involving the viewer
are then available for study, as if they were using a movie
projector. One can sense from case 30 that a past event on our
physical world has not been indelibly changed for this individual
even though his soul is existing in the eternal now time of
the spirit world. Some would call these projections "no
time" for souls, because the past can be blended with future
possibilities in the next life from an always-present spirit time.
This case involves a soul called Unthur, who has
just completed a life of aggressive behavior toward other people. His
mentors decided to begin Unthur's life review in the library with a
scene from his childhood in a play yard.
Dr. N: when you return to the spirit world, Unthur,
is there some highlight of your past life review that you
particularly remember and would like to tell me about?
S: After I have time to visit with my group for a
while my guide, Fotanious, escorts me to the library for some
private study while my past life is still very fresh.
Dr. N: Is this the only time you will come here?
S: Oh, no. We often come here by ourselves to
study. It is also a way to prepare for the next life too. I will
study vocations and avocations for the new life in light of my
objectives, to see if they fit.
Dr. N: All right, let's move into the library.
Please describe everything you see in the order that you see it.
S: The room is in a large, rectangular building.
Everything is a glowing, transparent white. The walls are lined with
big thick books.
Dr. N: Has Fotanious brought you here?
S: Just in the beginning. Now I am with a woman
with pure white hair who has met me. Her face is very reassuring.
The first thing I notice when I enter are the long rows of tables
that stretch off so far into the distance I can't see where they
end. I see many people sitting at the long tables looking at the
books in front of them. The people studying are not too close to one
Dr. N: why is that?
S: Oh... not facing each other is a matter of
courtesy and respect for privacy.
Dr. N: Please go on.
S: My librarian looks so scholarly... we call
these people the Scholastics. (To others they are Archivists) She
moves to a nearby wall section and pulls down a book. I know these
are my records. (in a faraway voice) They contain stories which have
been told and those that are untold.
Dr. N: (with some levity) Do you have your library
S: (laughs) No cards are required-just mental
Dr. N: Do you have more than one Life Book
assigned to you?
S: Yes, and this is the one I will use today. The
books are stacked in order on the shelves. I know where mine are and
they glow when I look at them from a distance.
Dr. N: Could you go into the stacks yourself?
S:Mmm... no ... but I think the older ones do.
Dr. N: So at this moment the librarian has brought
you the book you are supposed to study?
S: Yes, there are large pedestals positioned near
the tables. The Scholastic opens the page where I am to begin.
Note: We are now at the stage when each case
takes on a unique quality of personal engagement with the Life Book
screens. The conscious mind may or may not be able to translate into
human language what the superconscious mind fully sees in the library.
Dr. N: Then she is getting you started at the
pedestal before you take this book to a table by yourself?
S: Yes ... I am looking at a page with... writing...
gold lettering... Dr. N: Can you read this writing for me?
S: No ... I can't translate it now... but it
identifies that it is my book.
Dr. N: Can't you make out even one word? Look
closely. S:(pause)I... see the Greek pi symbol (U).
Dr. N: Is this symbolic of a letter in the Greek
alphabet or does it have a mathematical significance for you?
S: I think it has to do with ratios, how one thing
relates to another to me. The writing is a language of motion and
emotion. You feel the writing as... musical vibrations. These
symbols represent the causes and effects of a set of proportional
relationships between similar and dissimilar circumstances in my
lives. There is more, but I can't... (stops)
Dr. N: Thank you for that. Now, tell me-what you
are going to do with this book?
S: Before I carry it down to an empty space at one
of the tables, we are going to do an exercise together. The writing
symbols tell us where to turn the pages ... but I can't tell you how...
I don't know how to explain it.
Dr. N: Don't worry about that. You are doing a
fine job with explanations. Just tell me how the librarian helps you.
S: (takes a deep breath) We turn to a page which
shows me as a child playing in my schoolyard. (subject now begins to
shake) This ... isn't going to be fun ... I'm directed to the time
when I was a mean, rotten kid... I am supposed to experience this
again ... something they want me to see... a part of my energy...
crawls into the page itself...
Dr. N: (encouraging) All right, let the scene
unfold and tell me all you can.
S: (squirming in his chair) After I... crawl into
the book... I am totally engaged with the scene in every respect as
if it was being replayed all over again. I'm... in grade school. I
am a tough kid who picks on the smaller, less aggressive boys ...
punching them and throwing rocks at everybody when the schoolyard
monitors aren't looking. And then ... OH, NO!
Dr. N: what's happening?
S: (alarmed) Oh ... for God's sake! Now, I am the
smallest kid in the yard and I'm being punched BY ME! This is
incredible. After a while I am me again, being pelted by rocks from
OW, THIS REALLY HURTS!
Dr. N: (after quieting the subject down and moving
him totally back into the library) Were you in the same time frame
as you were as a child or in a form of altered reality?
S: (pause) In the same time, with altered reality.
None of this happened in my early life, but it should have. So the
time has been played back to me in a different way. We can relive an
event to see if we can get it better. I felt the pain I inflicted
upon others by my bullying.
Dr. N: Unthur, what have you learned from all this?
S: (long pause) That I was an angry kid driven by
fear of my dad. Those are the scenes I am going to do next. I am
working on compassion and learning to control my rebellious nature
as a soul.
Dr. N: what is the significance of your Life Book
and being in this whole library atmosphere?
S: By studying my book I am able to recognize
mistakes and experience alternatives. Being in this quiet study
area-watching all the other souls at the tables doing the same
thing-well, it gives me a feeling of camaraderie with them and all
we are going through together.
Later in our session we discovered that Unthur
needed self-discipline and to be more considerate of people. This
had been a pattern of conduct over many lives. when I asked if it
was possible to study future lives in the library I received this
answer. "Yes, we can scan a variety of possibilities here on
the timelines, but future events are very indeterminate and this is
not the space where I would make any decisions about what is to
When I hear statements such as this I do think of
parallel universes where all possibilities and probabilities can be
examined. In this scenario, the same event could occur from a slight
to radically altered range on the same timeline in multiple spaces
and you would exist in many universes simultaneously. Yet, the
Source of all spacetime might well employ alternate realities
without parallel universes. In later chapters, I will cite reports
of multiple universes around us which are not duplicates of our
universe. In the spirit world, souls watching the orchestrated
screens seem to move from past to present to future and back
simultaneously in the same space.
When souls are in the library, I'm told certain
event sequences of the future may look shadowy on some lines and
almost disappear. On the other hand, in the classrooms with larger
screens, and especially in the place of life selection, which has
huge panel screens, the timelines are bolder. This allows for easier
scanning and entry by the soul for future life study. Newer souls
must acquire these skills by learning to blend their light waves
with the lines on the screens. By concentrating their essence in
this way, images come into focus that pertain to them. The timelines
on the screens move back and forth, crossing one another as
resonating waves of probability and possibility from the now time
of the spirit world where past and future are joined and all is
Cases 29 and 30, as with all my cases, raise the
question of what true reality is. Are classrooms and the library
with viewing screens of past and future time real? Everything
I know about our life after death is based upon the observations of
people. The observer communicates to me in trance from their soul
mind through the brain. It is the observer who defines the
properties of matter and ethereal substance both on Earth and in the
Consider the last case. Unthur told me he cannot
change his past by a second-time-around visitation. Yet after death
he returned to the playground of his childhood as an active
participant. Once again he was a boy playing with other children
with all the sights, sounds, smells and feelings connected to that
event. Some of my clients say these are simulated events, but are
they? Unthur became part of the scene where he bullied children and
then was attacked by them. He could feel the hurt and squirmed in my
office chair from pain he had not received in the timeline of this
boyhood. Who is to say an altered reality does not simultaneously
exist for all events, where both origins and outcomes are
interchangeable? The observer soul may work with many realities at a
time in the spirit world while studying. All are placed in the
soul's path to teach.
We question whether our universe is all an
illusion. If eternal thoughts of the soul are represented by
intelligent light energy that is timeless and formless, it is not
restricted by matter in our universe. Thus, if a cosmic
consciousness controls what the observer mind sees on Earth, the
whole concept of cause and effect within given time intervals is a
manipulated illusion designed to train us. Even if we believe that
everything we think is real is an illusion, life is anything but
meaningless. We know if we hold a rock in our hand it is as real to
us as an observer-participant in a physical world. We must also keep
in mind that a divine intelligence placed us in this environment to
learn and grow for a greater good. None of us are here by accident
and neither are those events which affect us in our own reality at
this moment in time.
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tip/recommendation: read book on this theme: SEVEN
STEPS TO ETERNITY -SEE LINK: http://www.clairviewbooks.com/pages/exerpt_2.html
psychic "wounds" in the astralbody from previous lives:
picture A show Karen, born 1966 and her astralbody B, which under
dayconsciousness she don't perceive - its a integrated part of A on a
higher frequencylevel and thus invisible. Her liferoad T- is drawn -
marking red as pfysical lives and yellow as astral restlives (C,D,G)
as "dead". She has unconscious nervous tendencies (she from
traumatic experiences from her last life in Holland - where she was
killed after being raped of soldiers in 1943 - see E. Traces of this
lies as "psycic wounds" in B. She has similar wounds from a
life as a indiangirl born 1804 - being killed and mutilated of
soldiers and settlers in Kansas-USA - see F. Before this she had a
restperiod on a higher astralworld G - guided from her OVERSELF drawn
in the background. THIS OVERSELF EXPERIENCES THROUGH HER
INCARNATIONS - yellow lines - AND IS HER REAL LIFE. There she
also knows that she herself is the only real cause for all her karma
in the last 3 lives - as for the whole past. (not from the book)