Phillip and his grandmother, Jean, had always been close. They used to go out on junkets together, exploring nearby shops and discovering artist treasures. They had a great love for one another that only seemed to grow with time. It was particularly hard for Phillip when, in her mid-80s, Jean passed on.
After this particularly tough year, and just shy of the first anniversary of Grandmother Jean’s passing, Phillip found himself standing face-to-face with a hypnotist who was offering to guide him through a past life regression
Phillip had never done such a thing. But he was curious. And he trusted the hypnotist. So off they went. The hypnotic suggestion that Phillip regress to “a past life that would be most helpful in this life” took Phillip to a past life with his grandmother, Jean. In the past life, they were siblings, and Jean looked quite different than she did in this present life, but there was no doubting who she was.
Phillip could see even beyond this past life to their close bond. Their work together in the spiritual realm. The physical lives they had experienced together. The fullness of it all. In relief and gratitude, he began to cry.
It doesn’t matter what form (body) that loved one from home incarnates in; through physical incarnation after physical incarnation, you will recognize them, because you recognize the essence of them — their spirit.
Likewise, it doesn’t matter what form the relationship takes, because relationship — and the focus of this book, intimate relationship — is not about form, it’s about love and connection. Love between mutually consenting adults. Love between souls and spirits.
Does it matter if the relationship is between people of different religions, races, or cultures? Does it matter if the relationship is between a straight couple or a gay couple? Not at all. What matters is that they love each other. Relationship is not about form, it’s about love and connection.
Why do you incarnate with loved ones from Home? For the pleasure of it, and so that you can help each other.
This doesn’t mean it’s always smooth and easy. Sometimes you get caught up in old issues, and other times you experience rockiness so that you can continue to make strides in your personal development — your “self-actualization.”