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A fear or Rejection or Loss can turn a potentially happy occasion, like the winter holidays, into one that’s full of stress.

In this week’s broadcast, Ainslie talks about these fears and why it’s important to reach out to others with compassion and peace – especially during the holiday season. Click the video below to watch.

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A FEAR OF REJECTION IS CAUSED BY ABANDONMENT IN A PAST LIFE

Rejection as a fear is caused by the soul’s feelings after being abandoned by your mother or dying alone in a past life.

A person who is alone and dealing with a fear of Rejection might feel particularly isolated during the holidays. They may see everyone else having fun and enjoying themselves, which emphasizes their feelings of loneliness.

WAITING FOR THE OTHER SHOE TO DROP IS A SIGN OF PAST-LIFE LOSS

A fear of Loss originates in a past life where you lost something dear to you like a child, partner, or home, and it threw you off your life plan.

This fear may cause you to see loss as a theme in your life. Perhaps you’re always waiting for something to go wrong, for the ‘other shoe to drop.’ Even when things are going well.

A TALE OF HOLIDAY SPIRITUALITY INSPIRED BY DICKENS, BUT NOT THE ONE YOU THINK

Before he met Christine, Ainslie describes his Christmas memories like the opening of The Tale of Two Cities: ‘ It was both the ‘best of times and the worst of times.’

While today he considers himself fortunate, he reminds us that many may not be so lucky. He asks us to be compassionate to others, regardless of your spiritual or religious beliefs.

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