my life in two worlds

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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: MY LIFE IN TWO WORLDS MARIE E. HENSLEY CHAPTER I. HEN I first began to think, in my real home in the spirit world, where all spirits live while they animate mortal bodies, I was amazed at the extremely realistic dreams, as I deemed them, of a place where I lived on the earth called London. I distinctly remembered and freely discussed them with my mother, who also dreamed like me, and with Elaine and Clara, whom I learned later, were my instructors, and governesses, called on the earth, guardian Angels. Elaine and Clara had lived on the earth long before I had, but had stopped dreaming, and were to take care of and educate me, until I would stop dreaming as I supposed. I could not tell which I loved best, my mother was very sweet and beautiful, so were chapter{Section 4Elaine and Clara, who were with me more frequently. Sometimes I was taken to my mother who seemed to be asleep, but who, in reality, was conscious on the mortal plane. I often remained with her until she awakened, when I would see Elsie, one of my mother's guardian Angels, help her to rise. My mother would clasp me in her arms and exclaim loving- "Oh, here is my own real little boy," But, oh, my poor little lame boy on the earth." I would invariably reply, so lately from the earth myself, "Here is your little lame boy, Mama, I am that little boy, to-day you sent me from you and," she would interrupt me with caresses and sigh, "How I wish I could be my real self on the earth, how sad it is." Radiant and beautiful spirit that she was, her lovely eyes would fill thinking of the little earth boy upon whom she vented occasionally, not always, poor earth mother, the grief of a stricken, proud nature, no not always, poor dear mother, only when tortured beyond endurance, would you lose control. ...
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