October 15

Past Life in Ancient India. The story of Katische and Harry continues.

Do you remember when Megan Jones the medium was talking to Harry after he crossed over, he thanked me for saving him twice?!!

Yes twice. Which meant that I had met Harry somewhere in another lifetime when our souls were both different "avatars" or human identities. The question is when and where did we meet? Under what circumstances? 

I undertook a trip to the Akashic Records with the specific intention of finding the lifetime in my eternal mindstream where I "rescued" Harry.

And I had to go a long way back! All the way to Ancient India.Watch it on the video below.

PS. I love sharing elements of my own story so that you can see the process - to lift the covers so it is not a "scary" or abstract concept for you. I believe this will help you with your confidence in our sessions and help you relax much faster into a regression session.

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Want to catch up on the Harry backstory.

Read these articles:

  • Part 1: Crossing Harry Over: https://katische.com/harry-and-his-mamma
  • Part 2: 97.3 Kiss FM- Radio Interview https://katische.com/do-these-photos-prove-our-medium-helped-a-spirit-crossover
  • Part 3: Crossing over Denis https://katische.com/crossing-over-dennis

Binge the entire playlist and catch up on the whole story:


Cindy Porter: We start to form or see, or just know or sense the familiar big steps of the Akashic record halls. We're just going to feel, keep floating up, feeling lighter and brighter, going higher and higher feeling lighter and brighter until we are light on the stone steps. When we get there, your record keeper is going to be waiting to greet you

when you are ready

and you've made it there. Greet your record keeper,

and they will lead us into your record room. And just let me know when you've arrived and settled,

just floating up, feeling higher and higher feeling lighter and brighter, with every breath that you're taking later and brighter

going deeper and deeper,

deeper, and deeper feeling lighter and brighter

up higher and higher to your

going up higher and higher and higher,

higher and higher.

Katische Haberfield: Yeah, I think I'm there. Tut was being annoying and turning everything into a pyramid. I told him I'm not here for that


Cindy Porter: That's okay.

We're gonna ask your record keeper, and I think I'm gonna call in Archangel Michael, as well to assist us today to please show us the record in which you first saved Harry in the lifetime in Harry's lifetime, so that we can see where this initial connection came from. And we'll just wait for your record keeper to bring that record forward to you

and place it on the table. In front of you.

We'll ask Archangel Michael to watch over us and help us to see the clarity that we need today.

Let me know when your record keeper has found the record.,

it feels like it's a very old


Katische Haberfield: Yeah. The only thing that I'm seeing is like a paper book I'm in trouble because I'm being superposed with a, seen like a, child in

like Rome, Greek white attire. And there's like a paper book, like a hard bound book. But you know how, when you do flower pressing.

Cindy Porter: Yep.

Katische Haberfield: That kind of paper. That's the only thing I can see.

Cindy Porter: Okay.

Katische Haberfield: I don't know why there's a boy in the room giving me that to me instead. I don't see the record keeper.

Cindy Porter: That's ok. We're going, I'm going put in front of you a big mirror today. Okay. Now look into the mirror and tell me what you can see.

No matter what it is, no matter how insignificant

Katische Haberfield: I see a beard brown beard.

Cindy Porter: Okay.

Katische Haberfield: Like a man with a, his face, just a shawl over his head.

Cindy Porter: Okay. All right.

Katische Haberfield: Like not a Turban, but a shawl know what I mean?

Cindy Porter: Yep.

Katische Haberfield: Same color fabric

Cindy Porter: is what he has all right.

Okay. What I'd like you to do is actually step forward

into the mirror

and into that timeline and see what you can see further.

Katische Haberfield: That doesn't make

sense, but

Cindy Porter: yeah it doesn't matter.

Katische Haberfield: Doesn't feel like it's Roman or Greek anymore. My brain is trying to show me is I've been to the Nepal, never to India. I've been to the river Ganges where I've seen the in Nepal. I have the really dry end of it, where they, cremate the bodies by the river that put all the bodies in the wood and light it, that goes into the river, which joins the river Ganges or rivers. And so the first thing that I saw was more like boy was at the river, plate in his hand, washing something.


And that's when it felt more Indian than anything else.


And then

person that I saw felt more like a holy man.

Cindy Porter: Okay.

Katische Haberfield: Cause the original feeling that I had was like, if you could imagine Jesus with a shawl across his head. Yep. Like that. Then as soon as I was seen the scene, it was more like a holy man with a dot on his forehead and a beard and like the robes that they were over there I want to say Sikh but, I don't think that's right.

You know what I mean?

Cindy Porter: Okay. Can you still see the boy? Is he still at the river's edge?

Are you able to walk closer to where he is? To see what he's doing more easily,

like just washing something. I just got

the pre long things on. I'm getting confused cuz this is totally not the image of what I flashed to when I saw the image of Harry that whatever he, was previously drowning, but this one here, I feel like

Cindy Porter: put it out of your mind,

the previous stuff, put it out of your mind. Just try and stay in the present moment with where

you are.

Katische Haberfield: Like he just felt suddenly like a chess piece that just toppled over sideways with a boy. You know what I mean?

Cindy Porter: Yep. Flipped.

So has he fallen into the water or fallen on the ground or what has happened?

Don't overthink it.

Katische Haberfield: well, the first instinct was pushed, but I feel like

Cindy Porter: don't overthink it. Just relax. Just say whatever it is, no matter how little sense any of it.

Katische Haberfield: The first feeling was like another child pushing him. And then the second feeling was like bully, pushing. Then I feel like

it's usually crowded there and that it wasn't crowded.

Cindy Porter: Okay. So there

was no one there to see

what happened.

Katische Haberfield: That's why I feel like.

Pushed over like a chess piece and

Cindy Porter: are you able to go forward a little bit and see what happens next?

Katische Haberfield: Feeling is you know how a baby can drown in a bath that's got almost no water in it. Just like that.

Cindy Porter: Okay. So he's drowning

Katische Haberfield: Cause the,

the tide doesn't feel like it's in. Do you know what I


Cindy Porter: Yep. I know exactly what you mean. That's the sensation I'm getting like it's, he's right at the edge. And it's only, shallow


Katische Haberfield: Yeah. It's in Pompei when they discovered the, yes, the body, the statute, not statues, they look like statues, the real people, and they're forever in that locked in that position It's like he's forever locked in that position. Just sideways with his head on the mud. Cause it's muddy. And then with his shape of his body's like a Z like his knees are under him.

Cindy Porter: Are you able to tell, did he hit his head when he Flopped over.

Katische Haberfield: I feel like, maybe his hands are tied. The first scene they weren't.

Cindy Porter: Yep. That would make


Katische Haberfield: Yeah. Second scene. It feels I know he's completely tied up or something's hands are tied.

Cindy Porter: Does it feel like a prank to you? Like I know you used the word bully earlier.

Katische Haberfield: Oh, I feel I feel like the reason he was at the water at late afternoon,

because what do you call it? The caste system, like he was a leper.

Cindy Porter: Okay. Yep.

Katische Haberfield: Like untouchable.

Cindy Porter: Yep.

Katische Haberfield: And I'm seeing like

he couldn't walk properly. Like a limp and I'm seeing like in forest gump has his like calipers on, but this kid doesn't have leg calipers on because it's India and you can't get leg callipers. Like that sort of if you imagine he didn't have leg CAS, but he walked like Forest Gump did with the leg callipers on. I dunno why tied up.

And that's why I'm maybe feeling like somebody saw him there and thought it was funny to push him. And because of his condition and the fact that he was wearing these thongs

he couldn't get back up.

Cindy Porter: Yep. So a joke, prank. Yep. Yeah.

Katische Haberfield: Like they were taunting him. I feel like's there's a show that I watched a couple of times on the TV about people who go to the rivers and they look for coins.

Cindy Porter: Okay. Yeah.

Katische Haberfield: In the, and I've washed up from long time and then they sell them. I Feel like the tide was out, he was looking for coins.

Cindy Porter: Like he was scavenging.

Katische Haberfield: Yeah. Yeah. But that he was going to use the coins to buy things.

Cindy Porter: Okay, so he's, done.

Katische Haberfield: Oh, I see. I see he had the plate and it's the, yeah. Kept saying like the gold mining. Yeah. Like panning. Yeah. Yep. And he was panning and sifting through it just to find the, coins and that someone came up to him and taunted him and then threw the plate at him so it hit his head and then he fell over and he tied his wrists.

Something like that. Then he couldn't get back up because of the sticky and the tide was coming in. And so I feel like he lapsed in and out of consciousness. The tide began to come in and I feel like I got confused cause I see me or whoever I am wading out to the middle of a river.

Cindy Porter: Yep.

Katische Haberfield: Like I said, just go with it and say it.

Yeah. I feel like I was fully clothed much later.

Seeing something bobbing in the river and I didn't see him. But it was muddy and the way he was. Yep. And that

I got him from the river and

Cindy Porter: what can you see happens next?

Katische Haberfield: I feel like he's alive, but he's very swollen. Water. Yeah.

I feel like I laid him down on the, steps the top of step is flat. Yep.

And sort of waved around trying to get attention. And I feel like there are women in Sari's coming,

A lady in a red sari.

I feel like there's nothing that can be done. Like,

I, it was really primitive in the efforts to get the water out.

So we

trod it on the tummy to make him vomit it water. So I'm getting like an image, not very nice when in the olden days they had those great big, gigantic things that you'd press and they were like, they would puff the air into the fire. Yep. Like that image that for his body,

see, like he opens his eye for a moment like aknowledgement,

but I think that's it because all I can see in the corner of my eye is the,

the fires, the lighting for burial. Although I don't know that they would do that for a caste cause they have to burn all of them.

Cindy Porter: Okay.

Katische Haberfield: So you did bring him back and he enough for him to realize it was you that got him out of the river.

I'm just getting a lot of really bright, light flashing behind my eyes. Like

maybe I was a seer some sort, I could see this spirit go up to heaven. I dunno. Yeah. I'm just seeing when you look at the clouds and the sun goes stream through, they put those big, like strips of light.

Cindy Porter: All right.

If that's all you're seeing, we might,

are you able to walk to the river's edge and look at your own reflection in the river?

Just relax. It's not important if you can't.

Katische Haberfield: I keep getting a mishmash. It's the words that I get. I would like, imagine if Jesus looked Indian.

Cindy Porter: Love it. Excellent. Okay.

Katische Haberfield: Then I dunno what he looks like, but then I got the words. Imagine something like what yogananda looked like.

Cindy Porter: Okay.

Katische Haberfield: Wherever that is

paramahansa yogananda he looked like little bit like that. Not him, but like that.

Cindy Porter: Okay.

Katische Haberfield: So I think, yeah.

Cindy Porter: Okay. All right.

I'd like your present self to try to ask your past self if there is anything more that you need to see from this timeline.

Katische Haberfield: I get the feeling of

This is the one time I felt very angry.

Cindy Porter: Okay. Can you feel, why?

Katische Haberfield: About the layers of caste society in India?

Cindy Porter: Yeah.

Katische Haberfield: Something about why is a cow more important than a child? Something about

feeling like an outsider in this incarnation.

Cindy Porter: You are?

Katische Haberfield: Yeah. Following that spiritual path as always but not feeling comfortable in this one.

Like disillusionment, like

is no different than

the lies in the other religious lifetimes.

Again, like they're missing the point.

They got it a lot. Got a lot wrong.

Like I felt unholy. I'm clean and dirty, even though I was dressed in white was a holy man.

Cindy Porter: Okay.

So can you feel into it and tell me, do you think that you yourself may have become a leper in that lifetime and that's why you feel unclean and dirty?

Katische Haberfield: No.

Cindy Porter: Okay.

Katische Haberfield: I think I hung around there. Yeah. I think, I,

I think after this boy died, I chose to live amongst them.

Cindy Porter: Okay.

Katische Haberfield: And there was nothing wrong physically with me.


I feel like It was a religious protest.

Cindy Porter: Yep.

Katische Haberfield: I didn't feel dirty physically. I felt dirty on the inside.

Cindy Porter: Can you feel like why?

Because it doesn't seem like you have done anything to feel that way.

Katische Haberfield: No, I haven't done anything. It's it's feeling spiritually dirty.

Cindy Porter: Yes. But why, if you haven't done anything?

Katische Haberfield: Because the, it's like when they burn the bodies, the Ash goes everywhere. It's like the other day when I visited the, one of the graveyards the first time I've ever been there when they lit the the cremator I got a shock to see the smoke coming up, even though I've read books about it. And I've seen videos on watch the human body burn, see it in real life unexpectedly and to breathe in the remains of the person who's dying. I knew immediately that

You are part of everyone and you breathe in everyone. And I feel like this lifetime, I feel dirty because briefed in

wrong belief, wrong knowing.

Cindy Porter: Okay. So what wrong belief,

Katische Haberfield: collective mindset,

Cindy Porter: what wrong beliefs and what wrong knowings,

Katische Haberfield: wrong belief that there is anything to differentiate people.

Cindy Porter: Okay. Yep.

Katische Haberfield: Like lower middle upper class.

Yeah. No

wrong belief. Cause

Somebody born to somebody in the caste whatever the lower, I dunno, the words Brahmin and all the different ones. And whatever the lower is lower one is if you're born that way, like this child, you have to stay that way. No matter your merit in life, what you do born this way, you die this way.

I'm thinking.

It's not right.

Cindy Porter: Yeah.

Katische Haberfield: Not the wishes of

all that is again, another misinterpretation. I feel despondent like I wanna cry. Like I feel like I have a sense of understanding that I travel through time trying to understand different cultures and different belief systems. And I place myself in these roles and each time I see the misinterpretation of the word of God, I tend to despair about it

don't understand why they get it so wrong. Not the wishes. why are they blind? Why are they blind to these false teachings?

Cindy Porter: Do you feel responsibility because they get it wrong?

Katische Haberfield: I feel like I'm trying to find key to stop it all.

Cindy Porter: Okay.

Katische Haberfield: It's a common


Cindy Porter: Yep. Have you had any success, do you feel like you've had any success in finding that at all?

Katische Haberfield: Sore head so I can't move it. Yeah.

Corruption wealth.

Is that like the glitter.

Cindy Porter: You're okay. You're protected. You're safe.

Can you tell me what you're feeling?

Katische Haberfield: So, why do I have to witness it so many times?

I got the message the first time.

Cindy Porter: Does this make you feel like you are unlucky because you have to continually witness this over and over?

Katische Haberfield: I feel like I drew the short straw. I feel like I can't access my power.

Cindy Porter: Can you feel into that and tell me, does Katische also feel this way

in this present lifetime?

Don't worry if you can't,

Katische Haberfield: I don't feel, the same searching element, feel the same

sense of burden.

Cindy Porter: Do you feel like you always get the short straw?

Katische Haberfield: I feel like she set it up, so she didn't this time. So

like she had help.

Cindy Porter: So then

looking into Katische's mind, is it, of her choice to believe that she always gets the short straw, even though that is not how her present lifetime is set up.

Katische Haberfield: I think she chooses a short straw.

Cindy Porter: Okay.

Katische Haberfield: I think she's given

many straws to choose from.

Cindy Porter: Okay.

Katische Haberfield: Feel useful.

Cindy Porter: Sorry.

Katische Haberfield: To Feel useful.

Cindy Porter: Okay.

Are you sensing anything else?

Katische Haberfield: So Jesus, again, mother Teresa, the word "martyr"

Cindy Porter: ohAll Here

to support you..

Katische Haberfield: About, she feels ineffective getting their message through ends up like,

like at least the martyrs are themselves, their message gets through.

Cindy Porter: Okay.

All right.

So if you look at the message you're trying to get through, as you're trying to send it, can you see it hit a brick wall and not be able to penetrate?

Can you see that visual?

Katische Haberfield: I'm just getting the feeling that

patience. It's not time for the message to be fully understood here.

Cindy Porter: Okay.

Katische Haberfield: The message of equanimity.

Cindy Porter: Okay.

Katische Haberfield: All good things in time. Divine timing.

I think like you wanna pour a concrete driveway? You've gotta put the wooden planks down the side first so that the concrete doesn't run out and go down the street. And you've gotta set up the preparation to pour the concrete. So it makes the right shape.

Cindy Porter: Yep. You have to prepare everything first.

Katische Haberfield: Yeah.

Cindy Porter: Are you sensing anything else?

Katische Haberfield: That's a feeling of

Follow the yellow brick road there's a path through all lifetimes. They all make progress on the last one.

Cindy Porter: Okay.

So you can, see's

Katische Haberfield: frustrated


frustrated, she's tired of chipping away only at small bits. She wants miracles, but she wants to do

miracles this time.

Cindy Porter: Okay.

Katische Haberfield: Big change. Not small change frustrated with small change.

Cindy Porter: Can we ask Jesus or one of the others that have come in to support you, if there is a way to speed up the path for you?

Katische Haberfield: Healing.

Cindy Porter: Okay. All right. Then perhaps we should take you off to the healing rooms.

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