using your Truth Love Energy to learn how to choose, and to choose how to learn
I read up on the Wright brothers and can validate that in a previous life I was likely Wilbur Wright (1867-1912) as he was the Wright brother who had lived the briefest life. Also being a quiet Scholar-cast Sage in this lifetime, I very much resonated with this account of Wilbur:
Bishop Milton Wright wrote of his son Wilbur: "In memory and intellect, there was none like him. He systemized every thing. His wit was quick and keen. He could say or write anything he wanted to. He was not very talkative. His temper could hardly be stirred. He wrote much. He could deliver a fine speech, but was modest."
From a Private Live Chat on August 1, 2012
[Diane]: Please tell me about my most fun past life.
[MEntity]: As "fun" is relative, we will share one (of many) examples that would be determined by those Personalities as a "fun life".
[MEntity]: One might be from around approximately 1,500,000 years ago during a life when foodstuff fell into high fermentation for your people, leaving everyone to exist in a kind of shimmering state that shifted between the Physical and Astral, full of hallucinations.
[MEntity]: This was "a lot of fun" for your Essence and the Personality of that lifetime, as all plans were scrapped, and all seriousness or intentions lost to the simple play of being in an altered state.
[Diane]: Did I have any fun lives in the last 200 years?
[MEntity]: We would not say that "you" have, but other "you's" have. This life is unique to you, and you, alone, even if your Essence is a constant across all lives.
[MEntity]: An example from the past 200 years might be the brief life as one of the fragments known as "the Wright Brothers". Though his life may not be portrayed as such, it was registered as a great deal of fun by that Personality.
[MEntity]: We will look at this again, but we think this record is valid.