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My visit with Lucy this morning...

Was fab as usual! It's really like seeing an old friend, and I guess after three visits, it's getting to be a bit like that, too. She's so lovely!

I asked about the baby, and here is what she had to say...

She felt he was definitely a boy. That he'd waited until I was older to come through because he'd lost me at a young age in a previous life. She said my next baby would be a little girl, who had previously been his little sister and had also lost me young (obviously), and so she was very attached to him and needed him here first. Then Lucy noticed the dubious look on my face and said if I wasn't ready for another one, she'd still come through but as a granddaughter, and that that might even be better because she needs a LOT of woman's work, and it might be better to do that intensely with a grandmother than in the mother/daughter relationship.

Anyway, because this boy lost me early, he has a lot of trust issues to work through, and I've got to be very reassuring with him that he is safe, I am here with him, etc. She says he lost me due to circumstances of war, and so emphasising that we live in a safe country now is also important.

She said he'll have a tendency to be a bit of a loner and a bit inward looking. She said the names we'd chosen for him were very good, in that they create a balance between the introspective Ari and the loving and creative Leo. She did say that perhaps calling him Leo, as a day to day name would be kinder for him as it's a lighter, more optimistic name, but she said the name Ari, starting with an A also would bring him a lot of inner strength, which he's benefit from, so either name is really ok, and the fact that we have both is actually really good - good to know!!! I'm still more drawn to Ari as an everyday name though...

What else... Oh, she said I shouldn't focus on him being a Scorpio, he doesn't need to be a Scorpio, rofl, that would just mean a more difficult lifepath for him, as Scorpios have a greater tendency to get "stuck" on their path - rofl, I have soooo much Scorpio in my chart, we had a laugh about that, thank goodness my Sun is Sagittarius! So, she said it would be great for him to be born in Libra, and that would really help him achieve balance (along with his name) - so she's encouraged all things that will open my uterus including; RLT, RPO, Bach flower essence to deal with trauma, letting go, trust etc., doing mandalas, and talking to him to tell him he's safe to come out, etc. She told me to envisage a "wet and slippery birth", rofl - LOVE IT! She also said to get free reiki whereever I could...

Then I asked her about my bro, and I'll just say she says he needs lots of grounding. She suggested introducing him to Shamanism, and in particular drumming, but I'm relaly not even sure how to do that.

I asked about another female relative I'm having trust issues with - not my mum, rofl!!! And she said this woman has pretty much evolved as much as she is going to in this lifetime, she's a closed book, and what I know about her from the past hasn't, and isn't going to change. She said my father's choices with regard to this relative were spot on!

Ok, so about me generally. I mentioned that I sometimes think that if I had many previous lives, I must have been a man a lot of the time, because a lot of my friends have a lot of feminist based views, particularly about oppression that I just can't relate to, I just don't get. She said I'd fought many wars in past lives. She said a lot of the men in my life (particularly my sons) are men I went into battle with (old commrades) and so there was a lot of, "Good to see you again, mate" in these relationships. She said my roles in the lives of many of the men around me was to help them ground and feel safe.

She said I've had to endure a lot of suffering in past lives, and so I'm very good at just getting on with it and not actually letting people know when I'm suffering. She said that I was very drained and that people wanted to help me but I wasn't letting them. I think I ask for plenty of help, LOL, but maybe my idea of plenty isn't that much - I guess you can only do what you can do though, LOL, and I feel as if I put enough onto other people as it is...

So, there you go!

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Amanda O. said…
Gods Sif, this is just fascinating stuff isn't it? It never fails to fascinate me how linked we are to the energy of our past lives and carry our hurts and joys into the fabric of our innermost being. The whole reading just sounds fascinating. Sorry, I'm stuck on that word! LOL But sounds like it was lovely all around. :)

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