The Bigger Picture with Meria and Michael Reccia


3/11/15 The Bigger Picture with Meria and Michael Reccia. The baby that was submerged for 14 hours, her soul cried for help; Where is the soul? the body is a point of view, an assembly point;do we ever physically lock into our bodies? Lost time? “where were you”?; alive at all cost-is it part of the journey? cell phones and computers trap us in further illusion; our personalities are a suit of clothes;be quiet-go within; lose the technology and live; what is physical death? what guides are assigned to us? who are they? is it a family thing? Does love for others bring us back here? can guides be in bodies? is there good and bad? judgement? do we have to judge ourselves? rapid devolution the past 50 years; stay in the cleansing spheres or come back? Great spiritual knowledge. Stay tuned for his next book.









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3 Responses to "The Bigger Picture with Meria and Michael Reccia"

  1. pbraunschweiler says:

    After a fantastic Marathon News Show, followed by the usual fabulous “Roaring Truth” with Professor Jim Fetzer, you finish up with the always inspirational and wonderful “The Bigger Picture”. I have read all of the Joseph Communications Books, and just finished “The Fall”.
    I am so looking forward to the next one! Thanks, Meria, for these unbelievable shows that you always do. By the way, I have decided that “It’s time now, I have had enough. I am putting away this illusion. I am creating another one”. Have a great weekend!

  2. Meria says:

    thank you! I thought it was a pretty excellent week myself! hugs!!!!

  3. debalexander2000@aol.com says:

    A thought occurred to me when you said you could never understand why a soul would be willing to be encased in such a confined space in the womb for nine months. Leaving aside whether we believe that the soul enters from the moment of conception or at the moment of birth, I am wondering if the nine-month gestation period is not so much for the development of the baby as much as it is necessary to give the mom and dad (an/or other family members) time to get ready to welcome and commit to raising the baby.

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