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Soul Conversations: Confronting "The One Who Got Away" On The Astral Plane



 




Soul Mediator:
Some cases are too bizarre to be believed. This  case definitely falls into that category. It revolves around a concerned father finding one of his son's ex-girlfriends named Tara on the astral plane. His sole intent was to convince the young lady to give his son a second chance. Sam is convinced that his son, Kevin has made a terrible mistake in cutting this particular young lady loose. He spoke to his son about this to no avail. He decided to take matters into his own hands by going on the astral plane to discuss this with her directly. I interviewed both the father and son at the same time.  It was a highly charged conversation to say the least.

Soul Mediator:
How did this all begin?

Sam:
My son has such potential. He's always been brilliant when it comes to books and concepts. But, in the romance department, let's just say he has a hard time discerning a good woman vs. a not so good one.

Soul Mediator:
How do you feel about what your father just said about you?

Kevin:
I mean, I am not surprised. He's not exactly wrong but, at the same time I have a right to my life.

Sam:
Which is being wasted as we speak.

Kevin:
Dad...

Sam:
 Is it so wrong that I want the best for you? She is top of the line. She would be a good wife for you. (pause) But, of course that's probably why you are not attracted to her. Just pretend that she is nothing special. That should work.

Kevin:
Enough. You have no idea what you are even talking about.

Sam:
I am talking about the fact that you can't appreciate a good woman when she shows up in your life. Instead, you waste your time on women whom are not about anything substantial.

Soul Mediator:
I can appreciate that you want what's best for your son. But, he is an adult and he has right to his choices. Browbeating him will not change that fact.

Kevin:
Dad, you're right. She is a great woman and any man would be blessed to have her as his wife. She deserves the best. But, I am not the best for her. I have caused her too much pain already. I had to cut her loose for her own good. I was destroying her day by day.

Sam:
So improve yourself. Do whatever it takes to be the best man possible. Just don't lose her.

Soul Mediator:
Sam, what is your biggest fear around Kevin not being with this woman? Why is it so important that Kevin reconcile with her?

Sam:
Tara is a positive influence on Kevin. During their relationship, his whole outlook on life improved. He was changing for the better with Tara. But, it was almost as though the happiness and good feelings overwhelmed him and he had to flee.

Soul Mediator:
What do you think about that Kevin?

Kevin:
It's true that I was happy with Tara. Hell, I even follow her on Twitter. She's upbeat when most people wouldn't be. To this day, after everything that I put her through, she still doesn't hate me. She wants me to be happy. Yes, there are things that I wish I could take back. But, I can't and I have to live with that. Dad, I know that you mean well. But, Tara and I are over for good.

Soul Mediator:
How does that make you feel to hear your son's admission of guilt?

Sam:
It's difficult to hear. I believe in my heart that Tara is the woman for him. But, I also understand my son's point about him being a toxic influence on her life. She deserves to be happy.

Soul Mediator:
Agreed. Do you promise to stop visiting Tara on the astral plane?

Sam:
Yes.

Kevin:
Thank you, Dad.



 

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