Do Souls Plan Suicide In Their Pre-birth Blueprint?

This article is so well-written, I just had to share it with you. I have the book, “Your Soul’s Gift: The Healing Power of the Life You Planned Before You Were Born” by Robert Schwartz and I resonate so deeply with what he has to say on this, and many other, subjects.

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I was gathering my thoughts around the topic of pain and suffering in connection with my previous posts about forgiveness and grieving, when news about Robin Williams’ passing and suicide became the headline.

One book that I have just started to read opens up with one of the characters committing suicide.

Hmmm…Synchronicity is clearly tapping my shoulder.

Death — especially suicide and abortion — is a complex topic that many of us are grappling coming to terms with.

I was quick to judge when I learned that Robin Williams committed suicide. Thankfully, I was also just as quick to catch myself, and I opted, instead, to do a deeper inquiry.

Why do souls commit suicide? Is it part of their spiritual contract? Do they know before they incarnated that they would end their earthly experience in such a manner? Is a suicidal person less spiritual and…

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6 thoughts on “Do Souls Plan Suicide In Their Pre-birth Blueprint?

  1. Thank you for re-blogging! Much appreciated. I, too, am so thankful to have been led to Robert Schwartz’ books — invaluable! Blessed be. 😀 ⭐ ❤ ⭐ 😀
    NadineMarie 😀 ⭐ ❤ ⭐ 😀

  2. I tried to comment but something didn’t work. I just wanted to thank you and NadineMarie for this. We need to keep informing and educating society about the truths of suicide. A book that helped me when I was asked to visit a family after a loved one had committed suicide was The Other Side of Suicide by Karen Peebles.

    Thank you for all you do!! I love receiving your emails!!!

    Blessings! Becki Hawkins

    Sent from my iPad

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    • Yeah, it looks like your comment didn’t come through, as I didn’t get a notification of it. I’m so glad that this resonated with you so much, as it did me, too.

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