This blog has been translated into Spanish and Chinese.
Did you read Unplugging the Patriarchy? If so, you know about my past-life linchpin: guilt for helping give birth to the Patriarchy.
In my thirties, I met a psychic who asked me, “When are you going to let go of the guilt?” I didn’t have a clue what she was talking about.
Over 20 years later, after doing years of painful inner work to excavate past-life memories from Egypt, I saw the linchpin holding the pattern of guilt in place: I had collaborated with a group of women, created a tear in the fabric of time, and allowed a force to come through from the Atlantean cycle into this one—a force that master-minded the Patriarchy. Much wailing and gnashing of teeth ensued.
Until I pulled the past-life linchpin.
At that point, I realized that it had all been planned, that I had volunteered to help birth the Patriarchy in order to aid humanity in its ascension process. And suddenly, the strangle-hold of guilt dissolved into bubbles of bliss.
In order to identify a past-life linchpin, you only need identify the pattern as it expresses itself in this lifetime, lock onto the vibration, refuse to let go, and follow the line of energy back to the past-life where it all began.
Then you process the experience just as you would an incident that triggers you in the present. Only with a past-life linchpin, you get a whole lot more bang for your buck. You can eradicate a pattern that has haunted you forever, one that has shaped your evolution from lifetime to lifetime.
Suddenly the pattern drops. You see why you chose that initial experience, why you kept choosing it lifetime after lifetime. Suddenly you see that what you perceived as your weak point is really your strong point. And you make a quantum leap in consciousness.
So the question is: What is the linchpin with a defining charge for you? Is it sexual abuse from childhood? A sense of betrayal that shows up in relationship after relationship? An unexplainable fear of snakes?
The question is: What is the linchpin and do you have the courage to pull it?