Walk-ins and soul exchanges can take place in any way at just about any time. One woman told me she bent over to pick up a pair of boots and awoke a different person in the closet a few minutes later, unable to recognize her husband.
In February 2009, her body started experiencing massive dizzy spells that caused her vitals to drop, and she would pass out. The episodes got progressively worse and the doctors were stumped. In March of that year, her doctor requested a tilt table test, which measures vital signs in different positions. During the test, her heart rate dropped to a mere thirty beats per minute, and shortly after, she flat lined for about a minute. That was the point when the soul named Casey entered and was braided with Jean for about two and half years. Jean was pretty much in the driver’s seat while Casey observed. At the beginning of 2011, the two souls slowly started to trade positions.
In October of 2011, the body fractured her ankle and tore a ligament. Casey later found out that the feet are the holder of our grounding cords. This injury made sense because it partially “broke” Jean’s connection with the body. This was the beginning of her exit from Earth life.
Casey started to slowly “awaken” during the fall of 2011; and, by January 2012, she was flying solo as the soul in charge of this incarnation’s expression. However, it seemed like her body was rejecting her new soul. Mysterious bruises appeared on her body; she couldn’t sleep, had massive headaches, and felt like she wanted to crawl out of her own skin. A friend suggested that she “talk” with her body to explain things and help her calm down.
An ovarian cyst ruptured and left the body very ill and hospitalized in August 2012. While she was in the hospital, Casey was visited by her father, who transitioned to the afterlife about twelve years ago. He informed her that this event was extremely significant because it was her body’s way of accepting the new soul and releasing a lot of the repressed anger, emotional pain, and trauma it had held. Since she is a newbie walk-in, her body may still react when something comes up that triggers a cellular memory, but she is able to reassure her body that she is safe and that Casey is not going to leave her.
People have commented on how different “Jean” is, but they think she had an early mid-life crisis and simply turned her life around.
Because we are all unique, your personal story may vary from the ones shared in this book. However, I think you will find enough similarities to help you recognize what might have caused your shift. If you do not see any correlation between these walk-in stories and your own, do not worry. With or without a label for your experience, you can begin to express your soul’s authentic purpose right now.