Transitioning Between Worlds

Posted by Maria Certo on Thursday, April 19, 2012




When we are born we are still close to God and Heaven from where we originated.

Babies are pure, innocent and require total care with their everyday activities such as feeding, dressing, toileting and mobility.

A baby's world that lies ahead is unknown.

Babies need to feel safe and comforted as everything in their surroundings is new and different.

They require love and security.

The transition from the mother's womb to the outside world is uncomfortable.

Where we came from prior to incarnating was a place of unconditional love.

Newborns as they arrive into the world are cold, overstimulated, hungry and unsettled.

It is no wonder babies feel this when they enter earth.

They were so warm and protected in their mother's womb prior to birth.

The soul chooses this life for learning.

IT goes through the process of living and when the soul is ready to leave, the body gets ill or takes on another forms of leaving the planet such as sudden accidents.

Prior to leaving earth when one is ill, the person needs care much as a baby does.

An ill person needs help with mobility, toileting, dressing and feeding.

The person assumes the role of dependence once again as the soul prepares ITSELF to go home to God.

The parallel of infants to a dying person holds much similarity.

The transition from one world to the next is profound in its journey.

The soul entering the body upon conception is dense and confining.

As the soul releases from the body in the moment of death, it is freed.

There are no boundaries of the physical realm, only the light energy of God.

In birth, the soul finds purpose and in death, the soul obtains freedom and wisdom.

From birth till death and everything in between, the soul learns about Itself.

The soul is perpetually obtaining wisdom even after death.

All of life has meaning for the soul.

On earth and in Heaven.

God's Magnificence is Everywhere and is Infinite.















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Transitioning Between Worlds

Posted by Maria Certo on Thursday, April 19, 2012




When we are born we are still close to God and Heaven from where we originated.

Babies are pure, innocent and require total care with their everyday activities such as feeding, dressing, toileting and mobility.

A baby's world that lies ahead is unknown.

Babies need to feel safe and comforted as everything in their surroundings is new and different.

They require love and security.

The transition from the mother's womb to the outside world is uncomfortable.

Where we came from prior to incarnating was a place of unconditional love.

Newborns as they arrive into the world are cold, overstimulated, hungry and unsettled.

It is no wonder babies feel this when they enter earth.

They were so warm and protected in their mother's womb prior to birth.

The soul chooses this life for learning.

IT goes through the process of living and when the soul is ready to leave, the body gets ill or takes on another forms of leaving the planet such as sudden accidents.

Prior to leaving earth when one is ill, the person needs care much as a baby does.

An ill person needs help with mobility, toileting, dressing and feeding.

The person assumes the role of dependence once again as the soul prepares ITSELF to go home to God.

The parallel of infants to a dying person holds much similarity.

The transition from one world to the next is profound in its journey.

The soul entering the body upon conception is dense and confining.

As the soul releases from the body in the moment of death, it is freed.

There are no boundaries of the physical realm, only the light energy of God.

In birth, the soul finds purpose and in death, the soul obtains freedom and wisdom.

From birth till death and everything in between, the soul learns about Itself.

The soul is perpetually obtaining wisdom even after death.

All of life has meaning for the soul.

On earth and in Heaven.

God's Magnificence is Everywhere and is Infinite.















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Transitioning Between Worlds

Posted by Maria Certo on Thursday, April 19, 2012




When we are born we are still close to God and Heaven from where we originated.

Babies are pure, innocent and require total care with their everyday activities such as feeding, dressing, toileting and mobility.

A baby's world that lies ahead is unknown.

Babies need to feel safe and comforted as everything in their surroundings is new and different.

They require love and security.

The transition from the mother's womb to the outside world is uncomfortable.

Where we came from prior to incarnating was a place of unconditional love.

Newborns as they arrive into the world are cold, overstimulated, hungry and unsettled.

It is no wonder babies feel this when they enter earth.

They were so warm and protected in their mother's womb prior to birth.

The soul chooses this life for learning.

IT goes through the process of living and when the soul is ready to leave, the body gets ill or takes on another forms of leaving the planet such as sudden accidents.

Prior to leaving earth when one is ill, the person needs care much as a baby does.

An ill person needs help with mobility, toileting, dressing and feeding.

The person assumes the role of dependence once again as the soul prepares ITSELF to go home to God.

The parallel of infants to a dying person holds much similarity.

The transition from one world to the next is profound in its journey.

The soul entering the body upon conception is dense and confining.

As the soul releases from the body in the moment of death, it is freed.

There are no boundaries of the physical realm, only the light energy of God.

In birth, the soul finds purpose and in death, the soul obtains freedom and wisdom.

From birth till death and everything in between, the soul learns about Itself.

The soul is perpetually obtaining wisdom even after death.

All of life has meaning for the soul.

On earth and in Heaven.

God's Magnificence is Everywhere and is Infinite.















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