there is no comparison, at all, to anything else
on a scale of 1-10, predicting what is going to happen in politics or doing readings for individuals is about a 4.5 in terms of difficulty or stress level; finding past lives is about a 9.8 in terms of complications and about 11.999 in terms of risk and/or stress
you start with only a basic idea of who people are and what they likely "did" . . . trying to find a possible match (a small needle in a GIANT haystack) involves tedious searching and incomplete data
as well as the added complexity of trying to be "objective" about yourself
some clang me, some don't
AND, after awhile, you have to fight the (always strong) desire to plug someone in who "seems right" just to have that part of the dance card "filled"
everything about these "matches" is pure speculation -- there is never a way to confirm, yes/no, if I am "right" and as time goes on and I "discover" people who may fit elements of the "profile" for which I'm searching
I find that people I originally postulated as "possibilities" may no longer make sense on the time line I am "creating"
do I keep them or "kill them off"?
complicated complicated complicated
I am also creating, refining, and expanding my "theories" as to how past lives may "work" which also impacts the score card of who/what/where might be "true"
. . . I end up being sort of like the mad great-aunt adding and subtracting people from her will !! :)
the biggest high wire act of my career, without any doubt
yet I continue to walk across it, umbrella in hand