Hall of Charts

In Sylvia Browne’s spiritual communications, the psychic says that there is a temple called the Hall of Charts. Sylvia is interested in astrology, which is evident from the fact that she wrote a book for beginners on the subject. So, the ideas that were talked about on the other side about how we “design our charts” are interesting, and it would be good to give them some thought.

This is what it has to say:

1. The creation of a chart, according to Francine, who is a spirit guide, is a very complicated process that is even considered to be time-consuming on the other side. Nevertheless, it is one of the most important things that we do because it has so many facets to it, and it is one of the things that we spend the most time on. Since we desire to make progress in our spiritual lives, the charts we use to do so must take into account the whole range of feelings and experiences that life has to offer.

2. You will encounter a wide range of subjects and fields of study throughout your time on the Earth plane, just as you would during your time in higher education. Before you start school, you meet with counsellors who are members of the Council and who serve as your spirit guide. They help you plan your course of study, also known as your chart, so that you can acquire knowledge in the most efficient and fast manner possible. They also guide you in selecting your major (your primary life themes) and your minor (your option line or sub themes).

3. After that, you follow the directions on your chart to visit the courses you’ve selected and find out what each one has to offer (living on Earth). If you don’t do well in the class, you could have to retake it or choose some other classes to improve your overall education (this is called reincarnation), but in the end, you’ll still graduate with a bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degree and be able to walk proudly with your head held high. You will spend forever living a life strengthened by all you’ve ever experienced.

4.While we are working on creating our charts and talking with the council, we make an effort to get as much support as possible. We are unable to go back on our word after the contract has been finalised, signed, and we have taken physical form. Each chart has a variety of choices or examinations from which we must choose in order to further the development of our soul.

5. Our times of birth and death (including specifics about how we’ll pass away); 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; a chart must cover every single nuance and facet of our experiences.  Everything takes place in a huge meeting room nestled in the hall of charts, where we come into contact with a large number of individuals who will in some way have an effect on our life.

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