What do dead people know and should I worry?

Sheel told me that “those souls in other dimensions have a much greater knowledge of where they came from than incarnate beings but still only partially know all things. They keep the characteristics of their last incarnations because they are comfortable with them. They also recall other incarnations. But they are indistinct and unimportant as if faded by time.”

So I asked “What do dead people know and should I worry?” She said “Only the deepest soul knows all things and decides the circumstances it needs for further development in its next incarnation. It is sexless. The soul clothes itself in many other bodies, the physical being the grossest. After it has finished with physical incarnations, it will choose another kind of form as its vehicle.

As you move to a more spiritually active life, you create a protective sheath of white light around you. When you worry, negative emotions like fear and uncertainty cause this protective sheath to shrivel. When you feel safe – somehow you ARE safe! The poor souls who worry and fret draw suffering because their light dims.

Besides not worrying about your material possessions and your job, do not worry about your relationships with people. Enjoy your relationships.

Everyone is on their own path but if you can walk with someone for a little while, it makes the journey much pleasanter. Feed from your companions and allow them to feed from you. This is enriching and is the purpose of companionship. Don’t worry if you will walk a long way together or just a mile. Just enjoy without care. Caring too much also shrivels your light.

If you live each moment like the lilies of the field**who just ARE, you will radiate love and light.”

**“Why take ye thought for raiment[clothing]? Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow; they toil not, neither do they spin. And yet I say unto you that even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these.” (from the Sermon on the Mount in the Christian Bible)


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