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Part 1

So here you are, trying to fit your vast being into this tiny body, like attempting to cram an ocean into a toothpaste tube. What’s more, you try to survive in this world, which resonates with heavy, intense frequencies. Everything you eat or drink is loaded with chemicals. Your mind is constantly confused by manipulative messages coming from all directions. Then you forget that you are actually the ocean, so you don’t know who you are anymore. You took the risk of disconnecting from the source and asked to be incarnated on this planet, with countless attachments that I couldn’t possibly list here. No matter what we think of each other, or how we judge others, there is a single truth: We are all very brave souls. Congratulations to us all, a million times over…

Part 2

Before we were born into this life, we all went through certain stages. We actually all went through a similar process in all of the systems where we were incarnated, both on this planet and elsewhere in the universe. First of all, we must realize how each of us is a soul. Each of us disconnected from the source to experience a journey. We each have a soul name, by which we are known throughout the universe. Some of us have names that could actually be pronounced in earthly languages, while for others it’s a certain frequency. We are all named but in several different ways, and this is your soul’s identity. Our souls then incarnate, at different times and in various places, sometimes in their entirety, but sometimes a soul divides itself into several pieces? Why?

We also have spirit families. These spirit families form tribes, and these tribes in turn form spirit nations. Every spirit family improves its own virtues, which is what we are here to do. Why? Every virtue we improve increases our frequency and refines our resonance, so we grow closer to the source. The greatest desire of all souls is to return to the source and reunite with it. This was always the final destination of this journey, to complete the circle. This is why we practice virtues as spirit families…

The subject of virtues is a wide topic on its own, but in short, righteousness, honesty, love, compassion, justice, and many other virtues are the subject of spirit families. Do not assume this is an easy task, though. Some sources describe souls who must reincarnate hundreds of times just to balance out the jealousy. We practice virtues, and as we improve, we increase our resonance. As our resonance increases, our spiritual friends and guides change as well. When we later depart from this world, we engrave our virtues on our spirit family trees. Then comes the next stage…

By the way, I imagine you’ve already heard about how we choose everything we experience—whether it be guilt, dissatisfaction, or joy. We unfortunately choose them all, but do you wonder why?

Before being born into this life, I knew as a spirit what I was supposed to work on. I don’t want to list them all here, but I carried a bunch of “objectives” with me. My guides offered me various options for earthly lives where I could work on these objectives. One of them involved being born as Hasan, the son of Mahmut and Ülker in Turkey. Another meant being born as Karl in Norway, the son of Olaf and Inga. There was Yamato in Japan, the son of Yuici and Suki. They offered me a few options, and I entered into some of these lives as a spirit and experienced them thoroughly. I looked at the potential. However, I did not go through all the options exhaustively, because the choices differed. I only saw the potential and made a choice based on that.

I was summoned to a council of wise spirits, who politely asked me, “Look, you understand how Earth is one of the most testing planets in the universe. Some who have been born there never want to return. You have chosen to take on a lot of lessons. Are you sure you want this? Do you think you’ll be able to handle them all?”

I replied, “Oh, this is nothing. If I can manage to deal with them all in 40 years, what more could I want? Give me more subjects.” The council then conceded and gave me permission to incarnate on Earth. I don’t have to describe how these spirits were extremely wise. They know everything about us, but they never judge. Sure, they know whatever seedy secrets you may have, but none of them are interested in such things. They just follow the motivations you act upon and provide support and guidance when necessary. They might say, “Well done, but don’t you think six times is enough now? Do you need to be loved that much? Stop denying it and see the many people around you who love you.”)

While your mother is pregnant with your new body, you follow her around for about three months, waiting to enter the body. Once the fetus is ready, though, in you go.

This is briefly what we do before we arrive here.

(Note: I mixed a cocktail of Michael Newton’s Journey of Souls, Annie Kagan’s The Afterlife of Billy Fingers, and several other sources, together with my own insights and things I learned from conversations with dear friends. My intention is to give you a taste, even if it’s just a teaspoon from the cauldron of truth.)

Part 3

Dear Brave Souls, why did we separate from the source? The answer is actually really simple. Now it’s summer of course, and Eid is fast approaching. What are we going to do? Some of us will be traveling abroad, while some of us will travel in our own countries. For example, some of us left Turkey to go to Egypt last month. We saw impressive places there and returned with some amazing experiences and memories. After landing again in Turkey and leaving the plane, we were completely different. It was like we had all risen up a level.

This is the main objective of our separation from the source. We are travelers within existence, but we will finally return to where we started, the source, with our countless stories, experiences, and memories…

So, while traveling in Egypt, did we torture ourselves with homesickness because we were away from our precious land? Did we cry about it? No. Turkey has always been there for us, and we knew it would be there when we returned. Maybe if we had been away from a month instead of nine days, we would’ve started to miss her more. You know the feeling when you’re abroad for long periods, you start to miss your native land…

Actually, this is the source of all the pain we go through. As our journey time lengthens, our longing for our motherland, the source, increases. We miss its warmth and safety, as well as the feeling of just being there. We want to return immediately. In this life, it is interpreted as our subconscious longing to return to the mother’s womb, because the womb is a symbol of the creative source. The source of our body is our mother’s egg, but the source of our soul is the egg of existence. The father’s sperm fertilizes the mother’s egg, and so a body is formed. The existence egg, however, is the universal sperm from the Creator’s energy, a divine thought that fertilizes. From this our soul is formed and we are born. When we are born into this world, we are also born into the universe…

As souls, we travel for so, so long, before eventually returning to where we started. This is called death in our incarnated lives. Of course, we don’t go back into the mother’s womb, but our mothers are also a part of Mother Earth. When we die, our bodies return to Mother Earth, and our souls continue their universal journeys. (By the way, I would like to point out that among the souls, those who choose to incarnate on Earth are highly respected, because it is one of the most difficult experience fields in the universe. Many souls prefer easier planets after incarnating on Earth, but some of us keep returning to Earth despite all the pain and suffering.)

You know, sometimes I’m filled with joy. I find souls who I know very well from the afterlife, having been incarnated here on this planet. I sometimes embrace them physically, or I’ll greet them with words. I am extremely lucky. We are all extremely lucky…

To the readers of this article, I wonder if we’ve crossed paths somewhere before. Even if we never have, we have now, my dear friend. You are my brother, my sister, my family, my love, and a part of my being. Open your arms and let’s embrace. Come on!