Hello there, I was wondering what your interests were as a child and if it connected to a past life
My badBriarRose said:Twilight, first tell us how your childhood interests relate. We'd love to hear!
This is obviously past life related. The dancing could be more recent, like 20th century. I'm mechanically inclined also. At age 6 I was repairing (with a hammer) my mothers spring-type clothes pins that were on the ground in pieces in the back yard. I would put the pieces back together and place them in her laundry basket. Today I save lots of money by doing most home and appliance repairs myself. I recently found a similar individual on an internet blog who came up with a way to keep freezer drains from freezing up. Very simple and inexpensive. The guy is a genius. I used his method in my freezer and a friend's and now there is no more ice in the bottom of the upright freezer. I had at least one past life where I had an important factory job, so the ability may come from that.ColourODarkness said:Since I was very young, perhaps 4 or 5, I've always wanted to dance~
Tap, ballroom, ballet, street, it didn't matter as long as it was a form of dance.
I've also always been fascinated by motors and machines. I want to pick them all apart and see how they work. From the age of 6 or so I would take apart the VCR or the games console just to look inside and figure out where all the pieces went and what made them work. Again nobody in my family is any good with technology or mechanics so this was a bit of a mystery too
Thanxs, ^_^makes me wonder if there are Ghost Hunter documentaries on Nottingham Gallows.BriarRose said:It's interesting that you liked horror- I think you mean films? Sometimes confronting what scares us head on is the bravest thing to do. I was interested in everything as a child, except sports. They still bore me "stiff - watching them, doing them, and people who like doing them! LOL I exempt American football, out of loyalty to my husband. I learned about it for him. I have found that a lot of my childhood interests are connected to past lives. Those interests are often good hints about who we were. There were certain historic figures who interested me before the age of 10 - I can think of Daniel Boone, the Marquis de Lafayette, Jefferson, the Adams family - Abigail and John. I loved the pirate, Jean Lafitte, Martha Washington, Dolly Madison, and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Those are biographies I read that made a strong impression. I certainly wasn't any of those people, but there are a few I may have known. Any one else with particular childhood interests, that may be PL related?
Do you know who Forest J Ackerman was? You need to get this dvd. Amazon has it. It's mind boggling.Shiftkitty said:Like any other fan of monster movies my first exposure to them (in this life) was via Hollywood. The aristocratic "Dracula" image never sat well with me, though, and don't even get me started on "Edward".