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Evidence of a previously life(reincarnation)? Lucid Dreamer Florida 3817 posts
5th Jan '13

This is an amzing story of a very young boy whose memories and amazing knowledge of WWII planes strongly suggest the past lives might be real. Here is a video about the little boy. These cases are quite common and if there is anyone here who has their own story to tell please share if you are comfortable with it. Here is the link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sT0B4V_kowo

T&J+4 2 kids; Apex, North Carolina 2612 posts
5th Jan '13

I think there's a book written about this little boy.
Both creepy, and crazy amazing at the same time.

user banned Ohio 4193 posts
5th Jan '13

Have you ever read Many Lives, Many Masters? If not I highly suggest it! I have had my own birth chart read and was even told what type of life I lived in a previous life... whether you believe in it or not is a matter of perspective I guess.

Lucid Dreamer Florida 3817 posts
5th Jan '13
Quoting T&J+4:" I think there's a book written about this little boy. Both creepy, and crazy amazing at the same time. "

The book is call Soul Survivor. I have not read it but I did here the interview with parents by George Nory on coasttocoastam. This story reminds of another told by a caller on a previous show in which his 2 year son had accurate clear memories of dying in the Veitnam war. I believe that a very large number of baby boomers are indeed war veterans from their past life. It no coincidence that shortly after the 2nd world war with all the deaths the baby boom process started.

Lucid Dreamer Florida 3817 posts
5th Jan '13
Quoting ZenMama:" Have you ever read Many Lives, Many Masters? If not I highly suggest it! I have had my own birth chart ... [snip!] ... even told what type of life I lived in a previous life... whether you believe in it or not is a matter of perspective I guess."

I loved that book! In fact Brian Weiss has a new book out which is loaded with testimonies of past lives and healing

T&J+4 2 kids; Apex, North Carolina 2612 posts
5th Jan '13
Quoting Lucid Dreamer:" The book is call Soul Survivor. I have not read it but I did here the interview with parents by George ... [snip!] ... from their past life. It no coincidence that shortly after the 2nd world war with all the deaths the baby boom process started."


I haven't read it either, I'm kind of interested in reading it but at the same time I don't know if I want to. If that makes sense.

Mama Crash ☮ 3 kids; 3 angel babies; Ocoee, Florida 15509 posts
5th Jan '13

I absolutely believe in reincarnation. That's an amazing story! :)

RollTide : ) 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Alabama 1081 posts
5th Jan '13

Interesting...My dad talks about how he remembers his past life where he was a little boy in New York. He says he clearly remembers having a horrible feverone night and his mother taking him to the hospital in the middle of the night. He says he remembers how cold it was, how he laid his head in her lap in the back seat of the car, shivering with fever in the cold and seeing the frost on the windows.
I don't have any specific memories, but ever since I was very young, I always had this feeling of existing before...I'm not really sure how to describe it. Man, I wish I could though.. And there are times when the feelings are especially strong, like, the first time I saw a painting of an ocean when I was little, I remember having a very strong feeling of having been there but I just couldn't retrieve the memories. I just don't know though. I'm a Christian and sure of my faith, and just not sure how reincarnation fits into it.

melindapple 1 child; Michigan 5420 posts
5th Jan '13

I just watched the whole thing, and that was kind of creepy. I actually believe it.

Lucid Dreamer Florida 3817 posts
5th Jan '13
Quoting T&J+4:" I haven't read it either, I'm kind of interested in reading it but at the same time I don't know if I want to. If that makes sense. "

I can understand that fear. If you want to read but are afraid to it would first probably be best to just view the interviews. My interest in past live stories is not about the life itself but when they are regressed to the point in which they die in that life they experience leaving the body and incredible peace and joy at the release.

Lucid Dreamer Florida 3817 posts
5th Jan '13
Quoting SweetAshMama:" Interesting...My dad talks about how he remembers his past life where he was a little boy in New York. ... [snip!] ... the memories. I just don't know though. I'm a Christian and sure of my faith, and just not sure how reincarnation fits into it."

I believe in the early days of Christianity reincarnation was an accepted doctrine but later dropped. If you ever want to try to go deeper and open up those memories that are probably cds or videos with guided meditations that can help you. The fact that those feelings are there is a big advantage.

Back to Noob Status Ohio 14048 posts
5th Jan '13

I would like to believe in reincarnation, but....I don't know. Sounds too...convenient. Like "Oh, I fucked up this time, but I have MANY chances to get it right!" :wink:

Clk 2 kids; Dexter, Michigan 11576 posts
status 5th Jan '13
Quoting Back to Noob Status:" I would like to believe in reincarnation, but....I don't know. Sounds too...convenient. Like "Oh, I fucked up this time, but I have MANY chances to get it right!" :wink:"


Well I believe in reincarnation and Karma so if a person was say a serial killer in next life he would become a victim who survives and has to struggle. Trying to make him or herself better. Don't know if that makes sense lol.

Fatty McRunnerPants 2 kids; 4 angel babies; Clearlake, California 59193 posts
5th Jan '13

I have strong memories if being a little girl in South Dakota during the depression. I lived with my grandma in a big house with a beautiful telescope. Thereve been times where I've gone places like New York and I know I've been there before.

Lucid Dreamer Florida 3817 posts
5th Jan '13
Quoting Clk:" Well I believe in reincarnation and Karma so if a person was say a serial killer in next life he would ... [snip!] ... become a victim who survives and has to struggle. Trying to make him or herself better. Don't know if that makes sense lol."

That makes a lot of sense. In fact I was previously about to start a thread about reincarnation asking if it is real did we at times previously live lives as very bad people such as killers. Because I believe these things I don't hate killers nor do I wish them to rot in Hell. I do believe there is no such thing as an evil soul as all souls are perfect in their true state but when it comes to the physical world it loses all memory of it true identity and lives as something it is not but at the same time it is part of the ultimate plan and souls do indeed choose to come here in order to truly know itself through experiences that can only happen in a dualistic reality.