Graceful Insights: Grace—A History

Jamie channels Grace, who reveals details about her life in 1800s England, and her spiritual role in the afterlife. Grace also shares a few stories of her other past lives on Earth.


18 comments to Graceful Insights: Grace—A History

  1. burmy64 at 9:38 am

    Would be cool to do Genealogy on Grace, does she have a last name?


    • Amora at 11:50 pm

      I was hoping that would come up. It would be wonderful to find a photo♡

      • Amora at 11:22 pm

        Maitland’s last name? Have you Googled and found her? I tried . No luck yet. I want to Google and find myself! Maybe the life in england…

  2. jlcarpenter86 at 12:47 pm

    I was a little confused by one thing. She said she wait a whole eighty years for time for herself. Is that in Earth years? If time is not linear how do that they count the years?

    • sgriffin1171 at 3:53 pm

      Hello brother. As a child you would live from one moment to the next. There were no yesterdays and there were no tomorrows. All you knew of was there here and now. This instant was all you were aware of. You held no concern about where you would lay your head or what you were going to eat. There was no concept of time as you know it to be now. There was only being present in the moment. The concept of time is made up of calendars, schedules, and the creation of blocks or fractions of “time” based on the light of a day. These items break our connection to the natural flow of the Universe and even the Universal Laws of Creation. 1. You Exist and always will. 2. The All is the One and the One is the All. 3. What you put out is what you get back. 4. Everything changes except for the first three laws which never change.

      Grace has reverted back to what we experienced as children in regards time. That it does not exist except as a fabrication within our own minds as a controller. It is a bar to the cage each of us have built within our own minds connected to our beliefs and our experiences. It controls what we perceive and how we perceive it even unto how we experience it too. How Grace was describing her lives was more from the perspective of experiential and growth of Spiritual understandings than in time as we know it to be. That her perspectives are coming from how experiences in one life effected how she was in another and that the “time line” as we know it plays no part in the when or how we gain the understandings we do. Grace was placing her incarnations on a “time line” so that we could more easily comprehend what her environment was like and why her choices were so critical for her during that time. What barriers she would be facing when going against what was consider proper by societies standards and how devastating conforming to those standards was for her. She went very deep into the psychology behind societies vagaries in breaking down the family. I hope this has answered you questions. Blessings to you. Hugs and love.

      • Jamie Butler at 3:46 pm

        Thank you for the taking the time to write this:)
        I resonated with it:) Grace is such a great being of light and she works in so many different ways.

    • jaimerscomplete at 7:34 pm

      Hey Jessica, that occurred to me, as well. I just chalked it up to, possibly Grace trying to refer to it in our “human” terms, to make it more relatable and palletable, that was my guess.
      Touching and heartwarming, as always! ❤️❤️❤️

      • Jamie Butler at 3:45 pm

        you got it, more palatable. Sometimes when Grace speaks with me, I am taken out of my physical body to understand. I believe she is aware she can not do this with the listeners….so she speaks their language.

  3. jannauary at 2:37 pm

    No need to write here to thank Grace, I suppose. But I want to express my gratitude to Jamie and the team for making this available. I cried.

  4. jaimerscomplete at 7:35 pm

    Touching and Heartwarming, as always.
    Abundant gratitude for you all.

  5. Amora at 11:55 pm

    This was a very beautiful episode. Thank you Grace for your vulnerability. Thank you for your sharing and your honesty. Thinking of exiting this world in such a way always feels cowardly, like giving up. Selfish. It’s harder to understand and accept the other side of it. We love you,

  6. bobbym76 at 1:59 pm

    I absolutely loved this episode with Grace. It is hard to put into words how her stories moved me. It was really nice to see a more vulnerable side of her. She is becoming one of my favorite people to listen and learn from. Thank you for sharing, Love you all… – Bobby

    • Jamie Butler at 3:33 pm

      Thank you so much Bobby. Grace has taught me so much in my life it is such a wonderful experience to know she is in other people’s lives too! Send in questions you would like for her to cover:) She loves that.

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