Karyn Posted November 7, 2022 Share Posted November 7, 2022 About Soul Retrievals and Beacons of Light This is part three of our discussions between Mike and myself regarding our Astral Journeys. This time in our chat we put emphasis on the much lower Astral levels, the twilight areas, where the energy is low and people are often desperate to move on, though not knowing how. This is where Astral helpers come in. Mike explains how he goes about his job as a soul retriever. We are discussing how minor shifts in consciousness and focus on metaphors or beacons of light in the lower regions can open worm holes into a higher dimension. It is not always straight forward rescuing people as they can sometime be a drain on the rescuer, if they are not prepared. The Astral World is incredibly thought responsive and immersing yourself into particular charged thought can change the whole world around you. Complete Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Playlist interviews: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Jurgen's books provide many graphic and vividly told first-hand accounts of his journeys into the Afterlife Worlds. They go into much greater depth and detail than it is possible in these short videos: http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/jurgenz Please visit the website for more information: http://www.multidimensionalman.com Mike Marable is a California based writer and explorer who has been traveling in other realities and timelines since 1987 after having what he came to understand as a spontaneous kundalini opening that continued for about 12 years. He had to figure out how to navigate the changes in consciousness while starting and operating a healthcare technology company and two nonprofit organizations. His main focus is helping people who have extraordinary experiences live comfortably with a foot in both worlds. Part of this is recognizing that the human experience is an extension of life on either side of what we call physical existence. For more on Mike and his work/writing visit www.mikemarable.com 0 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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