[Excerpt from TT: 2009-02-08]
[tkmppi] “Nicknames are part of false personality. Sometimes even the false personality of the parent and not of the soul itself. The parents often give the child a name with a social significance, then promptly change it.” This quote from Messages from Michael has been discussed recently, in different groups, without getting much anywhere. What does it actually mean? Isn’t “a name with social significance” already a part of the parents’ false personality?
February 8, 2009
Troy Tolley, Channel
MICHAEL SPEAKS – Open Floor
[Michael Entity] Hello to all of you. We are here now. We will begin with Geraldine’s question.
[Geraldine] Hello, Michael :) My question has to do with the term non-linear and incarnations. In discussion groups some are saying this means that incarnations work like time-travel. For example, one might live one incarnation in the 20th Century and then the next one in 6,000 BC with the corollary that one could live different Soul Ages in any time. However, I’ve noticed that no one get channeled as experiencing a future life for the “now” incarnation. I’ve interpreted it to mean that lessons learned, agreements completed, External Monads completed, or karma earned and burned isn’t dealt with in consecutive lives, but more in a hopscotch manner. Could you elaborate on what non-linear incarnations means?