Past Life Preacher

I was a preacher

In a previous life

I sang the souls into my flock

And out again

I bathed babies in the water of love

I raised my arms and channeled god

And glow flowed from my fingertips

I laid my hands on those

Who did not quite believe

And when my fingers lit

With the light of my truth

The doubtful saw

And opened their hearts to god

Witnesses to

The miracle of love.


Now I am here,

And god is everywhere and


And my job remains the same:

To stand in the light of divine in front of those

Who doubt and yet are ready

To see.


About Alix Moore

Alix Moore is a soul healer, a soul teacher, and a powerful channel for the wisdom and healing of the Archangels. She is passionate about helping lightworkers learn and heal so that they can fully embody their god/dess selves and fulfill their missions to serve and support the evolution of planet. Connect with Alix at
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8 Responses to Past Life Preacher

  1. Jill Joy says:

    I’m curious…did you have a past life insight? A dream or a vision?

  2. Alix Moore says:

    Hi Jill,
    Yes, I did. This is the third past life memory that came out as a poem (see Aries I Am/Was and Past Life Priestess for the other two, both on this blog.) I am a trained clairvoyant and I use psychic tools when I meditate to see and clear things as I work through my life lessons. I see images and receive words. In this case, I have known for a long time that I had been a preacher before. It was only at the time of this poem, however, that I got any details.
    Have you looked at any of your past lives? I’ll peek at one for you if you want–but only with permission. I don’t snoop!

  3. Jill Joy says:

    I’ve had hints and images at times of past lives. Sometimes about my past relationships with people in my current life and also images/memories of past life incidents that are related to current health problems. I’ve also had readers tell me out past lives from time to time. Feel free to take a look for me if you like. If it’s preferable, please send what you see to but I’m also OK if you want to post here.

    You know, a couple of my friends have recently turned Christian. The most recent said she finds the ideology easier to apply and more concrete than the types of “New Age” ideas of thinkers and writers she had studied in the past like Eckart Tolle and Deepak Chopra. I found myself shocked to hear her refer to her negative thoughts and belief systems as “Satan” trying to take over her mind. It seemed odd to me and maybe a step backward from thinking in terms of the egoic mind to believing in the existence of Satan. Then again it’s possible that it’s more concrete for her and thus more helpful. But I also found it a little scary. Seemed like she was placing the responsibility for these thoughts outside herself into some demonic force and the corollary could be to place divinity outside herself into a God that resided elsewhere. She also seemed drawn to the idea of a God that would judge her and make her pay for her transgressions but would also love her. The way she described it the judging God to me could also be interpreted as Karma.

    I’ve been thinking about this since we spoke this weekend. It was strange to talk to someone who had always had more non-denominational spiritual beliefs of non-judgement and consciousness suddenly become Christian and espousing these literal representations of good, evil and judgement. What do you think about the progression from “spiritual/new age” to Christian?

  4. Alix Moore says:

    Hi Jill,
    Yes, I will certainly email you your mini-reading. My pleasure.
    When I have looked at organized religions in the past, it’s a question of power. Do we hold our own power, and take responsibility for our own stuff, or do we hand over power and stop working so hard?
    Most organized religion tells us what to do–and what the consequences of our actions will be. The image I get for shifting from new age to christianity is that of someone climbing a mountain who gets tired and finds an inviting place to take shelter and rest.

    There may also be something specific that your friend needs that organized religion is giving her right now–I can’t look at her stuff without her request to do so, so this is just a general statement. Sometimes we have to experience what we really don’t want in order to clarify what we do want. I would hold the space for your friend(s) to walk their path to the light in the way that serves them best. Who knows, maybe they’ll switch back!
    There is no one truth.
    Love and light,

    • Jill Joy says:

      Well put…It’s been my sense also that organized religion and spiritual belief in general are a questions of power. Power placed in or outside of ourselves. You summed it up beautifully. Both are means by which we seek to understand our lives and to gain some knowledge of how to direct them. A spiritual approach is more internal, we seek guidance from our own internal spirit/soul/connection w/ God. And yes, I suppose with organized religion we access rules laid down by others to hopefully guide and direct our lives in a positive way. In some cases these rules are said to be God’s or “his” (because it’s generally a “he”!) prophets’. I have no doubt my friend is getting exactly what she needs. And yes, I think she is a bit weary. Thanks for your thoughts they helped me clarify my thinking on this.

  5. Alix Moore says:

    You are so welcome!
    it’s an interesting conversation.

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