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Learn more about who you are and why learning to love 
might be a challenge.

We each are the perfect design of a loving Father in heaven. 
Genetics help give us the traits, talents, attributes and challenges we need for our lives & missions 
. . . and pass on to our children. 
Weaknesses can become strengths. 
God uses what is - and we can learn to do the same.

We need love for self to have love to give others.

Embracing Life with Betty J. Eadie, author of the New York Times #1 Best Seller, Embraced By The Light. At the age of 31, Betty had what has been called the most profound and detailed near-death experience ever. Visit her website at embracedbythelight.com

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Category:spiritual -- posted at: 6:08pm PST
Comments[7]

  • posted by: on 2015-10-23 17:24:58

  • Betty, Thank you for all the energy and love you put into this podcast. Being a "chainbreaker" myself on my genetic bloodline and being adopted, I have a larger family than most. Also, what was shared here about co-dependency behaviors has helped me see myself in a new way. Today I find that letting go of all past hurts, abusive memories of abandonment, mixed with guilt and shame have all been healed by the immense power of prayer from others, and mixed with the love from heaven. Yes, God does love me, as He loves all His children. I signed up for a LOT in my heavenly blueprint for this life. But, by the grace of God, have been able to not only endure, but thrive. Thanks for this podcast...I need to do my ancestors lineage homework and find out more! God bless you, Betty, all your family and bloodlines. You know I love you, with all my heart! DeeDee/Denise and Larry

    posted by: DeeDee/Denise on 2014-08-21 13:09:36

  • Betty! I was utterly amazed by what I heard in your podcast when I recognized that you were reading the entire email I sent you. I am chainbreaker who emailed you from a very lowly and suicidal position last mothers day. Thank you for expressing your compassion and empathy for me. I like what you had to say about healing on a cellular level. It totally rings true in my spirit especially when I think about how I feel inside each and every single time I give LOVE to my children instead of the bruises I got from my own mother...It feels kinda like..I am somehow erasing the past with each kiss or kind word or trust earned with my kids...I am still suffering..and very lonely, but very much aware of Gods love for me and grace toward my future descendants. To be a CHAINBREAKER...one most suffer...this is true...but I also get the joy of knowing that my childrens childrens childrens children will be FREE and will call me blessed. Amen. Thanks Betty

    posted by: Serena Fairbanks on 2013-07-18 14:30:51

  • Thank you Betty. You are an answer to prayer for me. I found your website today and this podcast (#10) is the only one I've listened to so far. I can testify through the power of the Holy Ghost that what you explained is true. I also know by the same power that your NDE is true. I read "Embraced by the Light" in the late 90's. Thank you for returning to mortality to complete your mission. I have been blessed by your return. I have a question. Upon reading and hearing your NDE I got the impression that no matter what a person did or does in this life, they are forgiven and every action, regardless of it's badness, serves a divine purpose. If that is the case, which I am not sure it is because I may be misunderstanding something from your NDE, why do some people spend eternity in the lower kingdoms, the terrestrial or telestial? Why doesn't everyone go to the celestial kingdom if all acts, even bad ones, are for a purpose and are forgiven? Thank you for your reply. Paige

    posted by: Paige on 2013-06-28 23:49:13

  • Thank you for your podcast Betty, so inspiring and truly blesses me! It makes such perfect sense about cellular memory. My life has more meaning and purpose now about why i'm here and what the future holds.I've read your books and have reread them again. I thank God because he has open doors for me and I'm beginning to understand why so many things now that have happened in my life have a purpose and helps me in my walk with God and Jesus everyday! Bless you and I look forward to your future podcasts.

    posted by: Jess on 2013-06-14 00:19:21

  • Beloved Betty, thank you for these wonderful podcasts. I had a huge moment of insight when you talked about cellular memory and tied-in the scripture that says "the kingdom of God is within you". I will ponder this further. I have a question about prayer. As a mother and grandmother I was so encouraged by your insights in your books that a mother's prayers are powerful. I am passionate about prayer for my loved ones, the people I work with, my city, country and the world. What is the best way to pray for others, when we have already agreed to our life experiences before we came here? I pray with great love for the health and well-being of others, but I do wonder if there might be a better way to pray, given that we have a certain path already destined for us. for example, how do I pray for healing for someone who may have previously created with God to have serious kidney problems while here on earth? It grieves my heart to see a young loved one suffering, and I feel compelled to pray. I would love to hear your wisdom on this. thank you again for your ministry, I cherish your work. abundant blessings to you and your loved ones, Victoria

    posted by: victoria on 2013-06-13 15:02:51

  • wonderful information in podcast. Thank you! I do have a question regarding adopted people, and also the trend for many families to simply end. That is, no more children in the line at all. Not even adopted. I am wondering if that has to do with 'end times' or, if families are simply being ended as God does not want that line to continue on at all? It has always interested me as some in the family (the birth side) were never married, nor had any children. My cousin for example had a severe car accendent that prevented her, (and now that I look at it also for all three of her brothers have no kids, and others in the line were very solitary it seemed in nature etc. Have no clue as to why) and for myself..well, lets just say influences not healthy in relationship of adopted parents and victorian standards. Anyway I am wondering at the loss of family trees, as there seems to be a bit of a trend of that out there today, thus memory trends ending, and DNA, celular and so forth ended. Maybe there is an 'end' to family lines. I am also hoping that is not a kind of punishment or judgement by God on such things, but who knows. Seems rather sad to me. I also wonder how that places people in heaven too, as there is no one looking for them/us in reality.

    posted by: Vicki Gibson on 2013-06-11 18:43:49

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