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Death Experience for Children

Infant disease Agree: 3 divider Disagree: 0


Both Agreements and DisagreementsMany times when an infant is born with what you on earth call a deformity, or a malfunction of some part of its systems or organs, the infant has chosen to go through those experiences because it was challenges that they were to experience and lessons even as an infant that they were to learn that would help them in a future long-term life on earth.

AgreeIt is difficult to tell a newly-injured person trying to cope with physical disablement that he or she has an opportunity to advance at a faster rate than those of us with healthy bodies and minds...The case histories of my clients convince me that the effort necessary to overcome a body impediment does acccelerate advancement.

Journey of Souls: Case Studies of Life Between Lives, Michael Newton
pg. 222, 1996

AgreeHandicaps are chosen by souls because it gives them opportunities they would not normally have, replied the spirit guide. Sometimes, it gives souls a different way to learn the same lesson they've been working on [in previous lives]. Often it is [chosen as] a challenge to the caretaker to show compassion, mercy, and love. Souls choose to honor other souls by making themselves the vehicle through which they can be born. They choose to care for those souls by allowing them, the handicapped children, to live this life as they wished-less involved in the ordinary, everyday functions of life. It is a unique opportunity for the handicapped child, and it is an opportunity for the parent to show love. These agreements are made out of love.

Courageous Souls: Do We Plan Our Life Challenges Before Birth?, Robert Schwartz
pg. 98, 2007

AgreeAccording to Seth, we choose our illnesses and the circumstances of our birth and death. This applies to every illness, whether it is a broken leg suffered from an accident, or an ulcer.

The Seth Material, Jane Roberts
pg. 134, 2001 Source

The chief problem about death, incidentally, is the fear that there may be no afterlife -- a depressing thought, particularly for those who have bothered to shave. Also, there is the fear that there is an afterlife but no one will know where it's being held.

—Woody Allen