Exploring Past Life Stories~The Power of Our Thoughts~What Happens When We Die? By Shari Harris
I'm glad you stopped by to visit. I have posted lots of food for thought and some of my favorite authors and books. I hope you find something new to inspire you! Please take what resonates with you and leave the rest.
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If my website inspires anyone to look into the law of attraction or past lives or what happens when we die, I will be satisfied because I am convinced that these are all profound truths: that our thoughts and beliefs influence the things and events of our lives, that we live many lives, and that in-between our lives, we rest, study, learn, and plan our purpose for our next life. For me, these ideas help answer questions about why we are here.
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The views I express on this website are not from one particular religion or denomination. I believe there is wisdom to be found in all religions, as well as in inspiring secular writings. Expressed here are ancient universal concepts that are found at the core of basically all religions, such as:
Even the early Christians believed that we live more than one life. For more on that history, click on the "Reincarnation" tab on this site and see Ann Barham's article about "Reincarnation and the Early Christians." Jesus taught that when we "ask, we receive," which is the basis of the law of attraction. My purpose is not to change anyone's religious affiliation, but to spread the good news about who we are!
"If people really knew what they were, there'd be no wars, there'd be no poverty,
there'd be none of the ills that face humanity today."
William Buhlman, Monroe Institute