Sojourn: Karma, Reincarnation, and the Evolution of the Soul
Through past-life stories, Sojourn illustrates how karma and reincarnation work, and how the soul delivers lessons, heals psychological wounds, and develops talents over the course of our many lifetimes. It also describes the stages of evolution and the unique perceptions, lessons, and contributions of each stage, and how soul age affects how we parent, what we enjoy doing, our choice of work, and our relationships. The stories and information were given to Gina Lake by her inner teacher.
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The Journey Begins
Soul Age and Behavior
Soul Age and Relationships
NearDeaths and Traumatic Deaths
Unfortunate Love Affairs
Slavery and Servitude
Mental Illness and Mental Disability
Imprisonment and Seclusion
About the Author
Murder and Suicide
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