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My personal concept of Reincarnation...
#11
Well, actually, it's not uncommon for these memories to stay with some children throughout their lives. The majority of children forget, but there are a good percentage that don't forget.

As for having memories of being famous? Believe me, they are few and far between; the vast majority of souls whom remember past lives may find them emotional, traumatic, serene, happy, sad, mundane or cheerless even. They may cross the divide between wealth and poverty, countries, cultures, religions, and gender. Personally I have memories of past lives, where I was both poor, and wealthy; but not famous as far as my memories go.

Having said that, there is no shame to having a past life memory of being someone whom was 'prominent' for whatever reason during a past life. General Patton believed that he was once Alexander the Great. He may well have been. You see, depending on how old the soul of an individual is, equates to the likelihood, or not, of whether they may have had some notoriety in a previous life, whether it were in the Arts, or the Sciences, in the Political Arena or just as an infamous criminal.

We've all had, or will have, our '15 minutes' of fame, at some time on our spiritual journeys thro this dimension.

I would say this about my memories of having lived before. And that is that this is the hell that the biblical passages refer to, not some fiery underground furnace. That's all nonsense, in my humble opinion. When I say 'hell' as in here, I mean the emotions that one can take from prior lifetimes to current lives. For myself I have enormous area's of guilt, shame, and karma that I often feel that I need to assuage from some of my past life memories. But likewise, I also have some wonderful memories of being a very happy and joyous soul in other past lives.

In some instances, I feel proud to have overcome some phobia's and stigma's that I felt were burdensome to my current lifetime, emotionally. For example: In a previous lifetime I was so shy and introverted, that it was extremely problematic for my psyche to develop and evolve; which, in this lifetime, altho I am still rather quiet and introverted to a degree, and struggle to make friends and acquaintances easily, I have recognized that as an obstacle to overcome and have succeeded to some degree in overcoming such characteristics.

Another emotional obstacle for me is that in one past lifetime I had a child whom died, and I was unable to save her. She was extremely young, and died a horrible death; and the guilt that assails me in this lifetime, because of that untimely death is often too much to bear at times. I feel now, that I didn't try my best to save her. Altho I felt in that past life that there was nothing that I could do, in this life I am haunted by wondering if I could have done more. In that lifetime I was extremely poor.

The child that died in that past life, is a relative of mine in this lifetime. She has no memories of having lived before. She was also with me in another lifetime, of a different era to the one where she died as my daughter. There is a lot of negative karma to deal with between us from those two past lives.

In another past life memory I was a rather wealthy woman whom was extremely distant and uncaring of others feelings and emotions. Indeed, I seemed to be bereft of any emotional attachment to anyone. I'm appalled about that, and feel that I swept thro that lifetime as a barely functioning robotic type of narcissist.

If one has past life memories, they can, as I have indicated, come back to haunt one in the present life. It's not necessarily a 'gift' that one can always understand, or even feel good about. Often, because of the emotional residue, it can be traumatic and a heavy burden.

Jenny Cockell had similar emotional ties that needed to be assuaged, from a past life that she remembered. Jenny found all of her children from a past life; and all now accept her as their mother. Here is her story. The video is an hour long, but well worth the view...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4PieZfAdIa8




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#12
Did you recognize your past lives through visions or glimpses? Or did you do a regression? I apologize if you've already said. I've forgotten if you did.

I'm going to watch the video. I'm interested in this.

I find it really easy to believe there are many incarnations we go through. And there might be people we have been here before with. I have the gut feeling I have failed in my relationship with one such person, a relative now who is also a narcissist. I severed ties when it was evident that is was toxic for both of us. But I have a suspicion I failed that little test. Or big test. Oh well, karma now has a target on my back.
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#13
There's no such thing as an infinite number
All numbers are finite
The scientists have lost it
They are under some influence, i guess
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#14
(02-16-2015, 09:13 PM)Gizmo Wrote: Did you recognize your past lives through visions or glimpses? Or did you do a regression? I apologize if you've already said. I've forgotten if you did.

I'm going to watch the video. I'm interested in this.

I find it really easy to believe there are many incarnations we go through. And there might be people we have been here before with. I have the gut feeling I have failed in my relationship with one such person, a relative now who is also a narcissist. I severed ties when it was evident that is was toxic for both of us. But I have a suspicion I failed that little test. Or big test. Oh well, karma now has a target on my back.

No, no, Gizmo... The memories that I have had since I was a toddler of around 2 are all spontaneous memories. I have never been regressed. I am not saying that hypnotherapy should be avoided as an avenue to pursue in past life regression, but it is still a relatively new science, and very much unexplored as a tool for use in the medical profession.

Having said that, scientists and physicians are making great progress in the field of regression; and indeed often have success in resolving medical and emotional issues for the patient.

Many children and adults have spontaneous memories of having lived before; yet others have only discovered their memories thro the use of hypnotherapy. Most children forget these memories as they reach the age of 5 or 6, but not all by any means. Some people, like me, remember them all their lives. Jenny Cockell never forgot her children.

Dr. Ian Stevenson, or perhaps it was Joe Keaton (I cannot remember now, which) once had a patient whom came to him in distress, because she had been married for 6 months, but was unable emotionally and physically to consummate the marriage. It was causing a lot of problems for the couple in their new married state.

She was regressed back to a past life whereby her present husband had been her brother. Apparently they had been Swiss in that lifetime, and lived on the side of a mountain. The brother had had an incestuous relationship with his sister in that lifetime (the patient in this lifetime whom could not consummate the marriage).

She became pregnant. I believe she was around 12 years of age in that past lifetime, and unable, thro fear of her parents anger or in loyalty to her brother, rather than tell them of her condition, she committed suicide by jumping off the mountain.

It turned out that in this lifetime, the man she had married had been her brother in that previous lifetime, and she felt tremendous guilt issues which had continued over into the current life.

Gizmo, you may not necessarily have failed any karmic test. The relationship that you broke off may have been a good decision for you, that you perhaps should have come to in the previous life, and which you have now remedied? Perhaps you decided that you needed to 'complete the karma' with that person in this lifetime and 'move on.' Smile

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#15
Interesting post, but I just wanted to inform you that, although we certainly have made some great leaps in the field of Biogenetics, as of yet no "Gay" gene has been discovered. Nor has one that in any way signifies one's sexual preferences.

Nor do I think there ever will be, as I think that is a psychological trait, with a possible genetic marker, but most likely not.


http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/...85604.html
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#16
(03-26-2015, 09:15 PM)Der Ankläger Wrote: Interesting post, but I just wanted to inform you that, although we certainly have made some great leaps in the field of Biogenetics, as of yet no "Gay" gene has been discovered. Nor has one that in any way signifies one's sexual preferences.

Nor do I think there ever will be, as I think that is a psychological trait, with a possible genetic marker, but most likely not.


http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/...85604.html

Have you seen the documentary, The Boy Who Was Turned Into a Girl? It's kinda old, and I'm not sure if it's accurate, but they attempt to describe it
No matter how bleak or how hopeless, No matter how hard or how far
You can never break my conation, Tear the will apart from desire
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#17
(03-26-2015, 09:15 PM)Der Ankläger Wrote: Interesting post, but I just wanted to inform you that, although we certainly have made some great leaps in the field of Biogenetics, as of yet no "Gay" gene has been discovered. Nor has one that in any way signifies one's sexual preferences.

Nor do I think there ever will be, as I think that is a psychological trait, with a possible genetic marker, but most likely not.


http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/...85604.html

Gay genes links: Just the tip of the iceberg.

http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg22...RVlWfmsUsA

http://www.theguardian.com/science/2014/...tion-study

http://www.dazeddigital.com/artsandcultu...f-gay-gene

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#18
Are yo even reading the links you post? Or just seeing a headline and posting?
All the ones I read merely speak of the possibility--or of "growing evidence" of a gay gene. But no proof.

I am a science guy--so until you show me a link which tells me the exact genetic marker (we numerize and nomenclate genes as we study them) that shows that homosexuality can be traced to s specific genetic pre-disposition, we will have to continue to agree to disagree.

I would advise you to ask a geneticist or maybe go to your local University and ask one of them. I work with docs all day and could give you some numbers?






http://www.onenewsnow.com/perspectives/b...-latest-in-

scientific-research-there-is-no-gay-gene#.VRWLf_nF8rU
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#19
(03-27-2015, 11:55 AM)Der Ankläger Wrote: http://www.onenewsnow.com/perspectives/b...RWLf_nF8rU

There will always be diversity in science, but the facts speak for themselves eventually...
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#20
My Great-Grandmother believed in reincarnation.
Not just because she did but I believe it is a possibility.
I like to watch The Ghost Inside My Child.
Also because in the Bible the folks thought John might be Elijah.
Sounds like they were hinting to reincarnation.
I also think that the people who are now in our lives may have been in our past lives.
I believe in about everything so this is nothing new.
I've never been hypnotized but I would be willing.
Be quite interesting to find out the results.
"It's Not Static" UFO
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