Obe sex, connections and celebrities – if I had a dime for every email I have received on this subject I could have vacationed in New Zealand twice by now.
The emails fall into one of two categories:
1) I think I have a connection with this celebrity and I’m flipin’ nuts. Right?
2) I have a connection with this celebrity, we’re soul mates and how can we get together?
It’s always one or the other – I have yet to find an in between.
Here’s a way to tell if you’re a bit nuts or not:
A) If you picked #1 above, and you question your connection and your sanity, you’re sane.
B) If you picked #2 above, and you’re on the bandwagon without a second thought, you may need medication.
Why? Because a sane person questions – if even just briefly – a connection with anyone, especially a celebrity.
Even a person who works with connections on a daily basis, like yours truly, still questions every connection.
Now can you have a connection with a celebrity?
Of course you can. After all, they ARE people: souls in a human host. They have had past lives, known many different souls in their travels.
The trick is – what can you do about it?
Not a damn thing.
Honestly – no fooling.
Even with a normal, every day person, there isn’t anything you can do.
From personal experience, and from feedback from very close friends, you cannot tell someone you do not already personally know, about a connection/Obe sex experience. They have to come to the conclusion on their own. If the connection is true, then they will feel the pull that you do. They will have a draw to want to know more about you. True, they can ignore all the above, but a true connection cannot be ignored indefinitely. No matter who they are between, the connection has to be acknowledged on some level.
The worst thing you can do if you have a connection with a celebrity (besides telling them about the connection) is for them to see you as a fan. You may appreciate their work, but if you show up at every concert, back stage party, movie premieres, etc…they will acknowledge that connection and then bury that connection faster than you think.
If at all possible, try to get into their business, be one of their peers or co-workers or someone they see on a frequent basis.
The nice thing about past lives, is that there are future lives. They may be a celebrity in this life, but in the next life they could be the guy or girl next door. A connection is for eternity – and that’s a mighty long time!