Hall of Charts
In Sylvia Browne’s spiritual communications, the psychic conveys that there is a temple called the Hall of Charts. Sylvia has actually written a basic astrology book and is interested in the subject. So, the ideas conveyed about how we “plan our charts” on the other side are fascinating, and worth some consideration.
Here is what it says:
1. Francine (Spirit Guide) says that creating a chart is a very intricate process that is considered to be time-consuming even on the other side, and it’s one of the most important things we do because it has so many facets to it. We want to advance our souls, so successful charts need to include all the different emotions or experiences that life has to offer.
2. Just like college, life on the Earth plane is a temporary experience and you have many subjects to study and learn from. You see counsellors (Council members and your spirit guide) before you start school and map out your curriculum (your chart) so that you can gain knowledge in the most efficient and quickest way possible, and choose your major (your main life themes) and your minor (your option line or sub themes).
3. You then go to classes you’ve chosen (following your chart) and learn what each of them has to offer (living on Earth). If you don’t pass the course, you may have to take it again, or you might choose some electives to augment your overall education (reincarnation), but you’ll eventually graduate with a bachelors degree, a master’s or a PhD with your head held high. You’ll live for eternity fortified by everything you’ve learned.
4. We try to get as much assistance as we can while we are writing our charts, consulting with the council. Once the contract is completed and signed and we are incarnated, we can’t break them. All charts have options or tests inside of them, which we choose for the progression of our soul.
5. A chart must cover every single nuance and facet of experiences we’ll encounter in life, including our times of birth and death (with details of how we’ll die); our family members, friends, and loves; our marriage or lack thereof; our children, if any, our grief’s, losses, gains, so-called accidents, illnesses, and joys; where we live and move; our physical handicaps, if any; our gender, race, and ethnic background; our religion; if any; our level of education. Everything is done in a huge meeting room in the hall of charts, and we encounter numerous people who will have any kind of impact on our lives.