Saturday, 29 December 2012

More soul information...

It only just occurred to me, in a flash of blindingly obvious insight, that I should let you all know of two sites where you can get lots more information about souls, past lives, and the life between lives. These are:  (I am failing spectacularly to make a link, the site does exist, I have done something wrong)which is the official site for Dr Michael Newton's 'Institute for Spiritual Regression', and on Facebook there is a member's group called 'The Michael Newton Institute for Life between Lives Hypnotherapy' where people interested in the subject can discuss it.

Sunday, 16 December 2012

Soul Colours

My character Trynor, a spirit guide in "Despite the Angels", is tweeting these days, and has just made a comment about soul colours. This information comes from the work and observations of Dr Michael Newton, who regressed maybe 8,000 people to the "Life between Lives".
He reports that very young souls are bright white, and there is then a progression of colours through yellow to green, to blue and lastly to purple as souls mature and gain wisdom.
There is no virtue in being an 'old soul' compared with a young one, any more than it is virtuous to be in the final year of secondary school compared with being in kindergarten. It is just a matter of time.
Read more in 'Journey of Souls' and 'Destiny of Souls' by Michael Newton.
Follow Trynor on Twitter @TrynorTheGuide

Friday, 7 December 2012

Maybe they do guide me....

I have just finished going through and improving 'Despite the Angels', and although I wrote some new stuff, and deleted other bits, nothing the 'angels' said had to be changed. When I wrote the book I always found that once I started quoting the angels (spirit guides really) it flowed really easily. You might fear that it could be like a sermon as result, but spirit guides are very light-hearted and can be funny. Have a look at Dr Michael Newton's books,(Journey of Souls. Destiny of Souls) and you will get many examples. The afterlife isn't a scary place to go at all, but full of fun and laughter - as you'd expect, when people call it heaven!!