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Past Life Story #4 - Unexpected Benefits

This article was written by Florence Wagner McClain on May 31, 2002
posted under Past Life Regression

Judith was feeling increasingly frustrated. She wanted to do something creative, but had no talent that she was aware of. She thought about taking some type of class—perhaps art—but that didn’t really appeal to her. During a past life regression, she discovered a lifetime during which she had made jewelry and had been a skilled needlewoman, making embroidered wall hangings.

Judith was delighted. She made a thorough exploration of the memories of that lifetime to recapture those creative skills. Soon she was designing and making occasional pieces of jewelry with a degree of skill that she, her family and friends found amazing. Even more amazing, this young woman who had seldom even sewn on a button found that she knew complicated and unusual embroidery techniques and began to turn out beautiful, intricate decorative pieces.

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