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Reincarnation–Fact or Fiction?

Life force–does it really end? Physics has determined that energy cannot be created or destroyed–and everything and everyone is  comprised of energy. It seems inherently practical that we reincarnate after death. Nature demonstrates this principle in its cycles: new growth yields to blossom and/or fruit, which then seeds and appears to die, only to  be “reborn” the following spring. Why not human beings?

So what happens to the “you” that lived before? Your memories? Talents? Skills? Preferences? Intimate relationships? A real-deal psychic might be able to help you “remember” certain things. But much of what lingers is felt. Maybe you’ve visited a place for the first time but it’s strangely familiar. Or met someone with whom you’re immediately at ease with–maybe you were good friends in a prior lifetime. I know someone who is positive that she was drowned as a witch during the Salem witch trials http://www.kidzworld.com/article/2536-the-salem-witch-trials-of-1692 Another woman had a reoccurring dream for years about being surrounded by wolves in the wilderness with her daughter. They had no chance of escape. Her niece had the same reoccurring dream, but neither of them realized it for years. A client of mine was born with knowledge that only a monk of the highest order would have had access to…and a memory of how he had died in that lifetime.

In 1989, I visited the ruins of Chichen Itza http://www.chichenitza.com once a powerful Mayan city in Mexico’s Yucatan area. It was mostly deserted, and so we could wander about where we pleased. I sensed an energy about the place that was inexplicable but very alive. We made our way to the observatory, where the Mayan astronomers (who were also astrologers) viewed the skies. As we settled in, watching the morning sun rise, I knew with unfailing certainty that I had been one of those astronomers. I had been vacillating about whether or not to continue pursuing astrology as a full-time career, but there was no question about doing so after this experience.

Evolutionary Astrology examines the “unfinished business,” or karma, of a prior lifetime. While it can’t tell you who you were by name, zip code or specific date, it paints a vivid picture of the kind of person you were and the nature of your circumstances, how you continue to be impacted by this and, most importantly, how to evolve beyond it into the very best version of you in this lifetime. Call it whatever you wish, but it’s pretty cool stuff, and it works. Practical magic might be an appropriate term. And who doesn’t need some of that in their lives?

Free yourself from the past with an Evolutionary Astrology reading and get on with things that matter now.

Love & laughter,

Joyce