This video is one of the reasons why people end up incarnating back to this 3D experience. Upon death, you go thru levels of progression in the afterlife. On one of these levels, you’ll judge your life experiences. When people see that they wasted their life doing mundane things, like watching too much TV, they’ll decide to come back and do it again, the right way. They’ll try to remember this lesson in their next life, but it often escapes them.
It’s ALL about the experience.
by Gregg Prescott, M.S. The biggest hurdles are the ones we learn the most from (EXPERIENCES!!!) That’s what life’s all about, that’s why we’re HERE! The good, the bad, the ugly are all experiences that we’ll bring back to Source. Happiness is an emotion, it’s not a goal. Happiness is the result of experiencing life. Live life, my friends!
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Mitzi & Gene in “Why Am I So Gone About That Gal”
Mitzi Gaynor and Gene Kelly in the musical number “Why Am I So Gone About That Gal” from the 1957 movie “Les Girls”.
This is not light listening. Try listening with your eyes closed and go with the flow. This tutorial explains why we went through the pain, sorrow and enslavement of 3rd density – In 4th Density we learn to balance Love and Wisdom. For deeper understanding, please each subsequent lesson.
WhyNot NGO – YouTube Channel
Why Not? is an NGO that has been setup up to Help Raise the Vibration of Our Planet. Throughout the internet you may come across various videos and blogs regarding the Earth’s present and future. It is of paramount importance that you understand.
Published on Aug 16, 2012
In this continuing video journal, Graham Dewyea shares thoughts and personal reflections about the Ascension process
In this journal entry, Graham talks about how we are all creating the new earth and our current realities, and how he has put a creation formula to the test with very positive results!
Law Of Attraction Forum – project-meditation.org
Dolphins – Wikipedia
Dolphins are marine mammals closely related to whales and porpoises. There are almost forty species of dolphin in 17 genera. They vary in size from 1.2 m (4 ft) and 40 kg (90 lb) (Maui’s dolphin), up to 9.5 m (30 ft) and 10 tonnes (9.8 long tons; 11 short tons) (the orca or killer whale). They are found worldwide, mostly in the shallower seas of the continental shelves, and are carnivores, eating mostly fish and squid. The family Delphinidae is the largest in the Cetacean order, and evolved relatively recently, about ten million years ago, during the Miocene. Dolphins are among the most intelligent animals, and their often friendly appearance, an artifact of the “smile” of their mouthline, and seemingly playful attitude have made them very popular in human culture.