This woman decided to live her present time. Far from finding specific topics, we can observe the usual karmic relationships in any kind of human reincarnation. In them, we could point to the relationship with her father and love affairs from the past. When she was 1 year old, her mother run away with her and abandoned her father, Lord Byron, but Ada decided to be buried next to him when she passed away, a kind of psychological meeting in front of her mother´s influence.
Practically effortless, she could develop her vital goals because her birth «instincts» were alike the need to develop her individuality, her independence and an emphatic enthusiasm for action and speed. As said, strongly impulsed by her mother, Ada was an energic woman, feminine and masculine at the same time: she studied maths and helped in designing the first calculator machine. At the end of her reincarnation she deepened into some established relationships, fixated them and developed communications in her nearest context.
In global terms, that meant an energy´s movement slowing down, a kind of densification of what was easily fluent, versatile and flexible at that moment. With this karmic disposition, freedom to move gives us a clear example about transmutation´s operations not always being equal to volatility/density parameter but being defined depending on much more broadened karmic movements than what light/darkness interplay supposes: after burning, theair is densified, rain falls, fire is turned off and all is renewed.
Beyond all that, this woman lived as she wanted to, in an unusual Sagittarian expression: that of self-defining over her previous consciousness´s mists, and according to her own intuition, imagination and intention.
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