The Autobiography of Geraldine Farrar: Such Sweet Compulsion

The Autobiography of Geraldine Farrar: Such Sweet Compulsion

The Autobiography of Geraldine Farrar: Such Sweet Compulsion

The Autobiography of Geraldine Farrar: Such Sweet Compulsion

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I DIED in the beginning of the year 1923. That is, my spirit freed itself from its physical wrappings.

I have always been a "sensitive;" and since my departure to another realm, I have had the constant yearning to communicate with my daughter, and thus once again voice the note of love and encouragement that united us so closely while I was on the earth.

For the present, that urge seems possible only through the intermediation of a close friend, sympathetic to us both, and a "sensitive," like myself.

My daughter is not yet placed in such a frame of serenity that she will permit me a direct approach to her; but sometimes, when she is in a mood of retrospection, or dreaming, or engrossed in self-study, she suffers me to impinge upon her subconscious mind, and then she is sympathetic to reception. How correctly she will interpret me remains to be seen . . .

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