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Past Lives & Reincarnation / What is permanent during a cycle?
« on: March 13, 2016, 01:10:23 PM »
I would like to know what chart's parts remain constant during a peculiar cycle. I think that role stays the same but what about overleaves and male/female ratio? What about essence twin and task companion?

Book & Movie Reviews / The seven types of personality book
« on: March 09, 2016, 07:40:02 PM »
I discovered Michael Teachings after reading this book in its French version.

What is odd in this book is that it does not talk about soul age maybe to avoid displeasing people who do not believe in reincarnation.
It talks about 'perspectives' and these perspectives are:
- survival (infant)
- rules (baby)
- competition (young)
- relations (mature)
- philosophy (old)

Nevertheless, it's a good book to introduce Michael Teachings. It talks mainly about roles and a very little bit about overleaves.
It's one of my preferred books.

Introductions / Re: Jean-François's introduction
« on: March 09, 2016, 06:07:46 PM »
I will take some time to study my chart. Yes, I think I will publish my chart on this forum.

Thanks for your answers, Jean-François.

Introductions / Jean-François's introduction
« on: March 08, 2016, 06:10:02 PM »
I'm Jean-François Lozevis, a French 3rd level mature king living in Paris. I am very interested by the Michael Teachings though they are complex.

My main belief systems are:
- christianism: I believe in about 80% of catholicism. For instance I do not believe in Hell and I do believe in reincarnations;
- Angels and Archangels of the Kabbale; I have numerous books on the subject;
- Michael Teachings: though (maybe due to my skeptic overleaf) I think that it cannot be 100% accurate.

Before asking my chart to Shepherd Hoodwin, I believed that I was a scholar. But thinking about it, I notice that:
- I'm not a leader;
- I'm maybe somewhat perfectionnist; as computer programmer, I noticed very often little mistakes done by me and other programmers. I really like good work; so I believed that I was not perfectionnist and I know perfectionnism has a big cost either in time, in energy or money;
- I like very much knowledge; but it's maybe because I'm mature and my life quadrant is knowledge;
- I very often flee conflicts.

That's all guys for today.

Hope to see read you on this forum! Jean-François.

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