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Are You a Walk-In?

This happened to me on the day I turned 30 years old, long before I learned about walk-ins. I was in an emotionally and physically abusive relationship, with little-to-no self-worth, and was unable to release myself from this nightmare. I had reached the point where I felt the only way to end the pain was to step out of this life. I felt that, even if I were to pay consequences on the other side (if there is such a thing as a consequence), it surely had to be better than what I was enduring here.

I had a young daughter at the time, but I reasoned that she had plenty of loving family members who would assume her care, (something I would never have fathomed under normal circumstances). When you’re in a deep, dark place, you can reason yourself into anything, even at the risk of causing devastating consequences to those left behind. Thankfully, my decision to leave would take a life-altering turn.  

On that day, at my lowest point, I remember having an excruciating migraine. This could have contributed to my decision to leave, however, something else happened. The pain in my head was so bad that I locked myself in my bathroom, turned off the light and laid down on the cold floor. It was the only place I felt I could get relief from the assaults on my senses. I fell into a deep sleep. When I awakened, my headache was gone and I felt a bit better, a little shaky, but definitely in a better place, mentally. I got up and resumed whatever it was I was supposed to be doing that day. 

About a month later, we (my ex and I) had another huge blow-up over his infidelity. I found myself pinned on the bed, with him holding my arms down over the top of my head with one hand, and slapping me in the face with the other. Something deep and ancient seemed to awaken inside me. “Release the Kraken!” I uncharacteristically felt strength welling up from within and managed to work one hand loose. In one glorious moment, my clenched fist made a perfect arc from above my head to the center of his face. I heard a loud pop and he immediately let go of my arm and grabbed his bleeding nose.

I never felt more alive or more determined to fix this life than I did in that moment. (I’ve always been curious how he explained his two black eyes to his co-workers the next day!) Within a week I was out of that place, and I filed for divorce not long after.  

Needless to say, my lifelong interest in the paranormal and the gifts I was born with continued to evolve to where I am today. I truly believe I entered life during that time to help usher in a New Age and be a source of comfort and encouragement for those who have joined this exciting era with me.  There isn’t a lot of information out there about the purpose for walks ins, but I can share my own feelings that we are here to be a support system and guides for the coming change of ages.  I only know this because of dreams I, (prior personality), had when I was nine or ten years old.

In one of these dreams, I was hiding out in an old cafe or diner, in a small city that had recently been decimated by war. I remember knowing I would be one of those who would emerge from the rubble to recover the remnants of people who survived, and help the rebuilding process or even, as I am beginning to believe, prevent it from happening in the first place. But, if I was to be a walk-in, this didn’t make much sense, unless my life was planned out for the first personality to gather those experiences from age birth to 30, and myself, the current personality, would step in and continue the journey of helping people find their way in this world until the change of ages took place, (I believe we have entered this new age). 

There is so much more I could share, but in order to understand walk-ins and learn if you could be one, please consider reading Ruth Montgomery’s book, “Strangers Among Us,”. Who knows? You, too, could be one of the thousands of walk-ins who volunteered to make this world a better place!

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