About

Brenda Ann Babinski is writer, speaker, seeker and past life tourist. Living in the Rocky Mountains of British Columbia, Brenda was trained in Past Life Regression by Dr. Brian Weiss, and currently works to help others experience their own past and future lifetimes, putting pieces together to greater understanding and healing.

Featured in Wishes Fulfilled and I Can See Clearly Now by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, Brenda has had the honor of sharing her mystical experiences with a very large audience. Visions experienced at a Dr. Wayne Dyer lecture in Vernon, British Columbia helped to catapult her own journey, taking her from the mundane to the miraculous.

With an interest in all things spiritual and a wild curiosity for the unseen, Brenda continues her journey of discovery into this life, and beyond and welcomes all who would join her.

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  1. Hello Brenda,

    Thanks for choosing to follow my blog and liking one of my posts :-). I always appreciate feedback from fellow writers. Feel free to comment on my posts as well. Some of your posts are highly interesting and I look forward to reading more of them πŸ™‚

  2. Thanks a lot for visiting my blog & the follow. I feel so good when I get acknowledged by experienced people like you. Looking forward to reading more here. πŸ™‚

  3. Thanks for following my blog. i hope you enjoy it. I created my own version of past life regression as I wasn’t happy about the PLR I was receiving from others, and had remembered PL since early childhood. So it’s great to meet someone else with that passion!

  4. Hey Brenda, I was wondering if I can nominate you for the sisterhood of the world bloggers award. I’ve been reading your posts for a while now and feel you deserve this gesture. would that be okay?

  5. Hi Brenda, thanks for following my blog. You’ve got some great posts, I look forward to reading more. Btw, I’m a huge Wayne Dyer fan as well. Apart from Jesus he has probably been the most influential person in my life.

  6. Hello πŸ™‚ thanks a lot for the follow, I really appreciate it! Your blog is very interesting – it seems very thought provoking. I look forward to reading your blog.

  7. Hello…

    I was recently β€˜told off’ by a blogger (not a follower I might add), who said my style of β€˜welcome’ note was very much against blogging etiquette. Hmm, well I hope not to cause offence, but as you volunteered to become a follower of Uncle Spike’s Adventures, I just wanted to catch up and say β€œthank you, and that I appreciate your β€˜follow’ as there are so many interesting and entertaining blogs out there.

    Blogging since June 2013, my aim is to deliver an eclectic offering of posts, from my β€˜point n shoot’ attempts at basic photography, to the sharing of my travel adventures over the decades, as well as day to day happenings here on our farm in Turkey. Oh, plus a few observations, opinions and lighter-hearted stuff thrown in for good measure.

    I normally keep to a couple of posts a day, maybe 3-4 at weekends if I have something special to share. But if you are at a loose end one day, maybe you’ll enjoy trawling through some of my older stuff too. I have added plenty of categories to help in said digging process. That’s not me trying to be pushy or β€˜spamming’, but just want you to know what I’m all about.

    Thanks again and hope you have a great day…
    UNCLE SPIKE

  8. Thanks so much for visiting and following my blog. It is always a blessing to meet new people. Thanks for the comments on I will remember! Everyone should pause and give thanks for those who make our freedom possible. Look forward to reading your work

  9. What an interesting gift you have! I am always humbled by anyone who follows my blog as well as cheryllynnroberts.wordpress.com on poetry, and my more myserious blog under a pseudonym Oliana Kim at tracesofthesoul.wordpress.com where I can share memoirs and varied writings. I look forward to reading more.

  10. Hi Brenda, thanks for following my blog. I feel honored with your interest, and hope you find future posts interesting and encouraging on a path of love, understanding, and compassion.

  11. Thanks for stopping by and following Songs The Sunrise Sings. I’ve enjoyed reading through your blog. I think I had a possible past life experience a couple of times. I don’t talk about it much. Very powerful. Again, thank you.

    1. Hi Kathryn! How exciting to have some recollections of other lives. I’ve always found that they are very healing, comforting and teach me so much about myself and my relationships. Thank you for stopping by. I look forward to getting to know you better πŸ™‚

  12. Hi Brenda, Studied with Brian Weiss, very cool. You should be friends with my friend Karen Kubicko another past life regressionist. I do not do pl regressions but I do naturally read them (sporadically) and know many of my own, see them, and so forth. Please meeting such a lovely lady as yourself.

    Namaste
    Sindy

  13. Hello Brenda, it is a pleasure to meet you. Thank you for following my blog. I will return and do some exploring when time permits. I look forward to reading your musings. πŸ™‚

  14. Good day Brenda, Thank you very much for following my blog; Baaps Treats. I appreciate your time and effort in doing so and I hope that the content that I upload in the future would be of some good use to you. Have a blessed day πŸ™‚

    ~ Baaps

  15. Hello Brenda,
    Thanks for following my blog. I have just started blogging and I find that its interesting to do it here because I can interact with people. I have read your latest post “Truth with a capital T” and I would like to share with you my thoughts.

    I am a science, particularly physics, college student, and a future physicist. My path on science have always been my curiosity, on nature, on the reality of our world. I was on the quest to solve the ultimate question – what is the world that we are living in. What is reality? What is space, and what is time? It was sometimes hard to get to the answers as my questions are often philosophical rather than mathematical, and yet in school I am only taught of mathematical techniques.
    After reading your blog I have several points that I don’t understand, and I will keep these questions in the future while reading your new posts:

    1. What is the “Truth” that you are referring to? Is it the true inner feeling of our mind, peace of mind?
    2. How do you know if you have got there? As we can only see through our own eyes, how do we know if anything is Truth, if not just truth from our view?

    I am looking forward to explore your stories,
    Rocky

    1. Hi Rocky, thank you for your questions! Truth, in this context refers to my own spiritual truth. In my experience the seeking of spiritual “Truth” is a process that is continual and always evolving. We can never really know if we have arrived at the Truth because of the propensity to be ever-changing. I look at Truth as a journey, not a destination.

      I hope this helps. I understand a scientific mind may not be in sync with a spiritual mindset, but I applaud your curiosity. Thanks!

  16. Brenda (may I call you by your first name)?

    Thanks for the approval of the title β€œsleep . . . glorious sleep”, as well following the page, it is appreciated.
    After viewing your post β€œTruth With a Capital T”, I was curious of your journey for truth, as well inner peace that is acquired with repeating another persons methods, and inquiring of differing faiths in, as you mentioned, β€œtrying them on to see if the fit was right.” Of course, as you also noted, the journey differs for all of us without any one solution; however, I find (at times) peace, truth, and quietness with Christ, and if I may list as you did, four differing solutions in that journey:

    1. When a man’s ways please Jehovah, He maketh even his enemies to be at peace with him. Prov 16:7 (ASV).
    2. Surely I have stilled and quieted my soul; Like a weaned child with his mother, Like a weaned child is my soul within me. Ps 131:2 (ASV).
    3. My soul waiteth in silence for God only: From him `cometh’ my salvation. PS 62:1 (ASV).
    4. But I trusted in thee, O Jehovah: I said, Thou art my God. PS 31:14 (ASV).

    In your forth point you stated β€œThat piece of you that is connected to the Divine, where all Truth lives. Trust it. It will not lead you astray” to which in my limited knowledge a reply is thus; Consider what I say; for the Lord shall give thee understanding in all things. 2Tim 2:7.

    Thanks again.

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