DAY 14, JUNE 7: VISIT TO FRANZ LISZT’S BIRTHPLACE, NOW MUSEUM, EVOKES STRONG EMOTIONS

How do you begin to write a story about revisiting a lifetime as HUGE as that of Franz Liszt? I know, I know... we are not supposed to have any attachments to our past lives. "Been there, done that, and move on" is what our spirit guides tell us. "Get on with new experiences and lessons." And that's exactly how I feel about some of my other "big" imperial or royal or religious past lives (like Constantine, Theseus, Saint Philip, Pope Julius II, King Phillip II, etc.). A shrug. "Been there, done that." But there is something about my Franz Liszt and Prince Albert lifetimes, both running in parallel in the 19th century, that has always had a strong emotional element attached to them.