Also, one can tap into the knowledge gained in experiences in other lives and bring that information into the present life. The key is not to open a Pandora's box in so doing and bring forth a lot of stuff that you don't want in this life. For example, one might have lived a life as a herbalist, etc. but also persecuted and rejected in that life. I can guarantee you that if one has a sincere desire to serve (assist others) and spends time in prayer (asking) and meditation (listening) and acting upon guidance received (to cut down on the consumption of meat, in my case, and eventually give it up), one day the doors will start to open and one will find one's self doing things and saying things that benefit others, and one discovers one's physical presence can be healing and therapeutic for others. If one's motive is self-glorification, then not a lot is going to happen. Also, one may take all sorts of trainings and get certifications and approach it that way. That works! However, I didn't do that. Things came "natural" for me, and all I needed to know was given me.
Perhaps the information in this article will provide readers with “food for thought.”
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