by Dana Taylor
My blogging has slowed down lately because I am devoting time to writing another book. It is based on a series of journals compiled over the last ten years of Supernal Adventures with my circle of friends. One of the chapters concerns Pre-Life Planning and Exit Points. The chapter is too long to post, but I thought focusing on Exits Points would provide food for thought.
Akashic Record readings revealed that we humans actually design a blue print for our lives before we are born. Key relationships and life challenges are set-up. How we respond to them makes for an ever-changing set of possibilities. Built into the blue print are possible Exit Points. Should life be too over-whelming, there are several opportunities embedded to depart and go back to spirit. Interesting concept, isn’t it? Very different from most of Western thinking.
Getting a heads up on an Exit Point may have prevented my Supernal friend, Sue, from taking one. Here is a journal entry from 2006:
Supernal Journals ~ September 20, 2006
Sue was very ill last week with a flu. I called her to check up on her. She said she was napping on the couch a lot. She sounded very weak, but said she was taking care of herself and turned down offers of help. She didn’t want anyone else to get ill, so Paula and I just kept calling.
On the third day in, she didn’t sound much better. She said, “I just had the strangest dream.”
“Oh, yeah, what was it?”
“I was driving on a freeway. I drove past Exit 53. I kept driving and then I passed another sign and it also said Exit 53. I drove and kept passing Exit 53. Isn’t that strange?” she said weakly.
Oh my gosh. Exit 53! Though Sue was too sick to remember or understand the message of the dream, I knew exactly what it meant. Last year Sue had an Akashic Records reading with Helen and asked about her exit points. Helen could see several exit points.
“I see ones at 19 and 28.” Sue recalled her car wreck at 19 and the emergency C-section at 28. In another era, she and her baby would have died.
“I see one at 53. Are you 54 now?” Helen had asked.
“I’m 52.” Hmmm….
Sue is now 53. Exit 53! She is sicker than she knows.
Paula and I alerted Sue’s adult children of the severity of her illness. Her son and daughter ignored her protestations of being a bother. Her son bought medication and hydrating drinks. Her daughter moved in for a couple of days and took charge of nursing. Indeed, Sue was running high fevers and even hallucinating for a while. Without intervention, she could have gotten deathly ill.
We thanked Spirit for giving us the information through Helen and dreams before she got on the offramp of Exit 53.
The best explanation I’ve found about Exit Points comes from channel Sheryl Pedersen providing information from a spirit guide called Lady of the Sun at her website Spirit Speaks. Here is an excerpt from Exit Points:
Most of you plan for exit points when you develop the outline of what you are coming to earth to do and experience. You can choose to leave or choose to stay depending on what is happening in your lives at the time and in the lives of those around you. For a leaving affects many other souls and needs to be carefully planned.
For many people, the exit point represents a time when your karma has been cleared and you have done and learned most of what you came here to do and learn. You have the option of returning to spirit, or staying here and creating a new life for yourself, having let go of the past and being free of karmic debt.
When you reach one of these exit points, you arrange to meet with your soul’s support team on the other side to discuss what to do, what is best for the soul at this point and what is best for those around them. Much discussion and planning takes place, but ultimately the individual soul makes a choice. Read the full article.
Of course the idea of Exit Points and the concept that “the individual soul makes a choice” when to pass, raises a multitude of questions. Are fatal accidents not accidental at all? Do people choose to die in war, by violence, “pre-maturely,” via a dreadful disease? Are Near Death Experiences (NDE) Exit Points not taken?
As Ben Franklin said, “Nothing in this world can be said to be certain except death and taxes.” But perhaps, we do have some wiggle room on a soul level as to when we take our leave.
Do any of you know if you passed up an Exit Point?
Well, I’m not planning to make my exit any time soon. I’m enjoying the Supernal Adventure too much.
Have a great day–
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