Spiritual connections of parenthood don’t only apply to blood relations…
What is adoption all about? Is it by chance?
Our pre-birth research suggests that there is a reason for a soul to incarnate into a particular family, and there is a lot going on behind the scenes in every situation that we on Earth are sometimes not in a position to fully understand.
People born with natural pre-birth memories shed new light on adoption.
Sandie: “I lost three babies which just devastated me. After nine years of trying I could not get pregnant again so we adopted two children from foster care.
“A few years before we had even considered adoption, I spoke with a gifted woman who talks to angels. Without telling her anything, she asked me if I had three children in heaven. I said, ‘Yes.’
“Then she told me: ‘Don’t be sad because you will adopt and the souls of your biological children will come back to you as your grandchildren. You will know them when you look into their eyes.’
“Later that year I watched a news story about three young children who were removed from their home because their caregiver tried to kill them. It made me so angry!
“I called my mother and asked, ‘Why does God give people like that children when I have so much love to give and I can’t have a baby?!’
“Do you know that those were the exact children that were brought to my door 19 months later for me to foster and eventually adopt! My husband and I adopted two of the children and someone from our church adopted their older brother.
“The icing on the cake is that my youngest tells me all the time that he picked us as parents and used to watch us from heaven until it was time for him to be born.
“By the way, he was born on the exact day that I was due to give birth to my third baby.”
Pre-birth experiences help us understand how our Souls are lining up earthly parents even in the case of adoption.
Most people have one pre-birth contract with birth parents. Some Souls also have a contract with a set of adoptive parents.
So whether a child is born to the parents who raise him or not, that child may well have chosen those adoptive parents before birth.