Birthmarks…Clues to Past Lives…
Years ago a women came to my wife for a past life regression. One of the things she wanted to know is why the doctors couldn’t find anything wrong with her pain she had in a shoulder. The one with the birthmark.
My wife took her back to a life that would help her most in this life. You guessed it. It was the life where she was killed by a spear in the shoulder. The lady never had another problem with it after the regression.
I was doing a reading for a television reporter from Oklahoma. I had brought through her grandmother from the other side. One of the first things the grandmother showed me was that this young woman had a birthmark that she was ashamed of on her chest.
I said, I don’t want to be personal, but grandma describes to me of a birthmark the size of a .45 caliber bullet on your chest. After she confirmed this. Grandma told her she should wear it as a badge of honor, for she had a past life as a male solider in the Civil War and fought bravely in the conflict. The grandmother said, that the family had traced their family tree though the civil war and that her life was connected to the ancestors that they were able to trace. She was happy to learn this.
My wife has been regressed 16 times and I was in 8 of those lives. I’ve been regressed two times. In one of those lives I was able to trace the ranch I worked for after the Civil War and the ghost towns we travelled through headed to El Paso, that were not on current maps. I’ve been hung so many times as a horse thief (Can’t stay away from those horses) that I can’t stand a tight collar or anyone touching my neck. I was a competitive swimmer for 12 years and I won’t dip one toe in the ocean or a lake. Something in a past life?
So don’t be embarrassed by your birthmarks. Since I’ve studied these. They are very often scars and wounds that have been carried by you in multiple lives and were very traumatic in nature. Birthmarks can be from murder, battle or war. They can be gunshots, knives, spears or burns. There is a reason for everything! Don’t be ashamed. Like the grandmother said, they are badges of honor!