Soul Windows: How To Recognize Your Transmuting Life Phases
There are life cycle patterns in which the divine or higher self, life coaches us through what is called a Soul Window. The windows opens at certain ages with energetic command signals designed by you before incarnation, prompting growth and change. As baby boomers are hitting the most challenging Soul Window of Chiron Return (mid-life redo and reset) and the young generation is experiencing the new Aquarian energy of instant karma, all the old paradigms of beliefs and foundations are crumbling. These Soul Windows were designed to allow you to make connection with your divine self or the watcher for a pep talk and/or new game plan for the next life cycle. Like a divine life coach calling you to the sideline and giving the next plays on your life journey. Those energetic changes allow you the opportunity to find your “Muchness” (all that you can be) and to let your “God Sparkle” light the way to another chapter in your life. These Soul Windows were designed to help us experience a life journey to the fullest. Otherwise, you would see grandmothers walking around with bows in their hair and still carrying their Barbie dolls. Lol!
There are six major Soul Windows acting as a handbook, helping the soul complete what it came here to accomplish. Your life was carefully scripted by only YOU, making sure the divine-self would be available to help realize that journey. Keeping you on track with opening those designated Soul Windows to coach and communicate. Here are some condensed excerpts from the book “Soul Windows..Secrets From The Divine” explaining how they work.
First Soul Window: The Awakening is 4 to 6 years old. The soul begins to realize they are in another incarnation but still attached to past life memories, imprints and a maternal need to feel grounded in their new life. The “veil” of being part of the vast oneness has not yet fully dropped.
Second Soul Window: The attitude of “This Life Is Mine” begins! Around 15 years old, the soul is now fully aware they have a new life that belongs only to them. That is where the teenage attitude starts!
Third Soul Window: From 22 to 30 years of age, the beginning of “Making Grownup Future Choices” come into play such as getting serious about a career, starting to think about wanting to nest in with marriage and children to leave behind hereditary footprints.
Fourth Soul Window:” OMG! I Just Found A Wrinkle” and hits between the ages of 32 to 39. This is when you realize you are not going to be young forever and are actually going to get old.
Fifth Soul Window: Around 39 to 46 is “Feeling Our Mortality.” We begin to comprehend there is an end game to this adventure we call life. We start looking at what our life will possibly be like older and how we envision that.
Sixth Soul Window: This is what is called Chiron Return…a reset, redo, clean out, start over, bring up old buried issues and the higher self making query to the soul, “Are you accomplishing what you came here to do?” This starts around 47 and can last all the way through your 60’s. It is when the dreaming soul is fully awake and vulnerable to the guidance of the higher self. With free will…. your choices are one to take full accountability for what is not working in your life and make changes though spiritual awareness or go into ego and fall even deeper down the rabbit hold of blame, bitterness and negativity. The second does not end well for the final days of the your life adventure with a deteriorating body, hopelessness and giving up. This brings an early end of life or one that is not very attractive or useful. The final Soul Windows are smaller, closer together and helps you ready for the return trip home.
Susan Z’s Conclusion:
All one has to do is go through an old photo album from childhood, teen years, young adult to maturity and see how we made choices that molded our future self. It is reassuring to know that when we designed this life adventure, we brought a lot of help and our own personal divine life coach.
Seven of Wands: Inverted (Upside Down)
Being challenged to make a stand and work through issues. Being pulled inverted, I believe it represents how differently things sometimes turn out in life versus how we planned it from ego. Sometime worse, sometimes better.
Princess of Wands:
Youthful energy of hope, sometime representing the inner child. This is a perfect card to show why in spite of hardships, disappointments and slap downs, we continue to maintain hope that things will get better. And eventually they do if we do not fall into despair.
Ten of Swords:
Challenges in life to help us grow spiritually. No one ever knows the “Big Picture” of what your life journey is really about and no one ever said life is fair. The great thing about reincarnation is one life you get to be Queen or King and then in another, possibly shoveling horse shit. But I believe it somehow all balances out.
Susan Z Rich is an emotional addiction counselor, spiritual intuitive and holistic therapist. She counsels others to see life in a more positive way and teaches personal accountability for life choices. She is also the author of several children’s books and Soul Windows…Secrets From The Divine.