Rules #28f: Who is The I That is Me? - Birth-Marks Past Lives Roadmap
"It must be mentioned that in the centre of Georgiana's left cheek there was a singular mark, deeply interwoven, as it were, with the texture and substance of her face." (Nathaniel Hawthorne)
Birth Marks: Roadmap to Past Lives
The past and the present are deeply interwoven when birth marks are indelibly imprinted onto an individual's physical body. This happens for two reasons. One, the body has not had enough time between its incarnations to heal properly. Two, the mind needs to reconnect with the past life trauma so it can be healed and released. So a birth mark is formed at the site of the past life damage when the individual chooses to reincarnate into a new life.
"So Who Really Is The ' I ' That is ' Me '?"
When we come into greater awareness of our past lives, we understand that we are more than our current personality. We see that we are infinite beings and we connect with the truth about the totality of our existence. We ask ourselves "who really is the I that is me?" From time to time, the answer to this question leads us to learn more about our birthmarks, the roadmap to our journey in past lives.
Here are different types of birthmarks and their probable past life causes:
Unhealed Burn Mark: This deep red birth-mark is the body's way of remembering being burned by fire. The darker the mark, the less the wound has healed karmically. Usually this is because the past life is recent and the related trauma has not been processed.
Healed Burn Mark: This ultra white birth-mark is the body's way of remembering being burned by fire. The lighter the mark, the more the wound has healed karmically. Although it is somewhat healed, there are still lessons to be learned from this old wound.
Single Bullet Wound: This birth-mark was caused by a bullet that entered on the left (notice the perfectly round pattern on the left compared to the right side). The uneven pattern on the right is a remnant of a related powder burn. This wound tends to be brown.
Embedded Bullet Wound: This birth-mark was caused by a bullet that became embedded in the body (and part of it). Notice the perfectly round shape of an antique bullet as well as the "burn" ring around this birth-mark. This wound tends to be black.
Sunken Bullet Wound: This birth-mark was caused by a bullet that became embedded in the body (and part of it). Notice the rounded shape of a blasted antique bullet as well as the deep indentation of this birth-mark. This wound tends to be red.
Scattered Shots: This pattern of marks was produced by sprayed shots (a bunch of bullets shot all at once) by an antique gun. The pellets of varying sizes all struck the skin at the same time in a tight pattern. This very common pattern can exist anywhere on the body.
Cannon Shots: This birth-mark is becoming increasingly rare as time passes because cannons are no longer used as weapons. This wound tends to be black as the cannon shot deeply scorched the skin. With each new life, the size of the cannon birth-mark shrinks.
The slightly curved birth-mark is indicative
of a fatal stab wound inflicted by a knife, dagger, or sword. When
these appear on the side of the face (as in this case), it was most
likely from a sneak attack while sleeping and was undoubtedly fatal.
Speared Through: Spots on the eye are almost always from being directly punctured there. This was a favorite form of assasination in past lives. It was usually done when the individual slept. It always proved to be fatal because a stab in the eye was a stab to the brain.
Scalped: The birth-mark features a patch of the scalp where hair cannot grow and a "bloody looking" patch appears in its place. This is how the scalp would look after the patch of hair was forcibly removed. It is how the body remembers being scalped in past lives.
Poisoned Arrow: The birth-mark features a central mole with a discolored ring around it (depicted) and usually comes from past lives. This is how a poisoned arrow wound looked. If the arrow did not kill the person, the poison it was dipped in would do so.
Botched Surgery: In past lives, often the cure for a disorder was worse than the cause. This was especially true of surgeries which were done without anesthesia and often without a clear idea of how to do it. More often than not, past life surgery proved to be fatal.
Branding Mark: In past lives, those who had committed crimes were often branded with a hot iron. This mark is a faded dragon brand which was placed on the back of the neck of Chinese activists and dissidents to mark them as enemies of the state.
Slave Chains: In past lives, those who were in chains had their skin rubbed raw where it was constantly chafing against them. This damage was often so deep that the body would layer the area with callouses as a form of protection that often carry forward as cancer.
Remnants of Torture: In the past, one of the ancient torture techniques was to place a band or rope around the head and tighten it until the individual "confessed" or died. Often this torture proved to be fatal as well as leaving a birth-mark in future lives.
Suicide Wound: This birth-mark is the kind left when an person committs suicide by shooting a gun into their head. This birth-mark is unusual is that it features a red mark which looks like a trail of blood dripping from the point of bullet entry at the top of the head.
Plague Bubo: This birth-mark looks like a wart but is not one. It is the body's way of remembering a bubo from a lifetime during the Black Death (also known as Bubonic Plague). Living through a pandemic is super stressful and often takes many lives to heal.
Harsh Hairs: This birth-mark is known as a "Morgellons Fiber" which mimics the stages of Syphilis: canker-like open sores (Stage 1 Syphilis), raised or mucuous like skin patches (Stage 2 Syphilis), and infiltrative, destructive lesions of skin (Stage 3 Syphilis).
Leprosy Patch: This birth-mark looks like a wart patch but is not one. It is the body's way of remembering the initial spread of leprosy as the path always forms on the spot of the first outbreak. Like the plague, leprosy often takes many lives to heal.
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Credits: inspired by Jody H and from channeled information.
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