When I began consciously remembering my past lives, I also began to understand why certain subjects came easily for me. Back in the day, I was one of two girls in my high school who signed up for architectural drafting. The class was an easy subject for me much to the consternation of the boys in the class. In fact, long before I signed up for the class, I began drawing pictures of buildings in isometric perspective. I did not know what it was called back then, but I did it because that was the way I saw the building in my mind’s eye.
I remember those pictures in my head as if it were yesterday and the knowing I felt when I said to myself, “I will be a designer.” I was only eleven years old. I was not wealthy, nor was I exposed to architects or designers except in a book that my teacher brought into the library of the country school I attended. The book was about the life of Frank Lloyd Wright and something in that book “triggered a memory.”
Long story short, I did not become an architect, but I did become an interior designer. I remembered other things that I can now relate to other past lives. For instance, I remember many lives where I practiced Feng Shui and also where I was psychic. In this life, I integrated my Feng Shui and psychic gifts with my interior design and created some amazing designs. And although I have now retired from interior design, I still integrate my psychic gifts with my new careers as past life regression therapist and writer. I wonder what else I will remember.
It made me wonder, what if we helped children remember their gifts and talents from previous lives and allowed them to develop those gifts more fully in this one? What kind of learning system would that be?
I dream of a time when we will remember more and nurture our creativity to its fullest. I believe I’ll come back to be part of the age of remembering.