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Insightful Reincarnation Stories

Discussion in 'Spirituality and ME/CFS' started by Wayne, Jan 24, 2013.

  1. Wayne

    Wayne Senior Member

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    Hi Seewell,

    There's been a number of descriptions of lifetimes on this thread that were fairly traumatic. I think it's good to keep in mind there are probably many others where traumas are not the predominant experience. Here's one of my own.

    I was a young Warrior (around 12-13 years old) in a Native American tribe, perhaps in the 1700s. Felt like it was in Kansas or Nebraska. I became aware that a young girl around 6-7 wanted to follow me around and spend a lot of time with me. This was somewhat disconcerting for a young Warrior like myself. Even though I actually did like her company, I felt I had to be discreet about it. Didn’t want to get teased too much by the other young Warriors. :)

    Jump forward another 7-8 years, and I'm now about 19-20, and this young girl is now a beautiful young Indian maiden, around 15 or so. So beautiful, sort of took my breath away. I could see she was being prepared for a big upcoming event, which I quickly was able to discern was her wedding, to me.

    This was another insight into how my current partner and I have spent a number of lifetimes together, and how our bonds of love have carried over into this lifetime in a very natural way. After I told Alea this dream, her response (with a bit of a twinkle in her eye) was something like, "Looks like I knew in that lifetime we were meant to be together before you, just like this one."
     
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    Wayne Senior Member

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    Hi Seewell,

    I'm generally not quite this forward, but I feel I should at least "introduce" you to the man who I feel has the ability and willingness to serve, with love, anybody who asks for his spiritual assistance. After much due diligence, I came to believe he can help people become aware of their past lives, help resolve karmic patterns, and lead them toward true spiritual freedom.

    Five-Minute Video on Past Lives
     
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    Wayne.. thanks for sharing your experience.. so beautiful to read. Ive met a couple of my "soul mates" this lifetime but we werent supposed to be together this lifetime thou we were lovers in past lives..one of them I have more then one past life with. He ended up flying to Australia and we spent several great months together before he went back to England..."forever" friends/lovers. What was awesome is both of them knew me too (one is a very different age to me this lifetime and is MUCH YOUNGER then I now so a relationship was completely out of the question).

    He was completely overwhelmed (he cried) when he came across me again this lifetime as he has always carried the memory of me this lifetime.. in the other lifetime we had a couple of children together and my lifetime ended there (according to him, I myself dont remember that lifetime death but remember other parts of that lifetime and knew him), when I and our children drowned in front of him. He was unable to do anything to save us. With meeting me again this lifetime, he was then able to let go of all his emotions around my death in that other life which he'd carried around with him this lifetime for 20 years (with his soul carrying those aweful memories with the energy attached to them far longer.. hundreds and hundreds of years if one was talking linear time). Im yet to relive that death.. maybe my soul already cleared its energies in another lifetime.. I love water so maybe my soul is over it but his wasnt.
     
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    Hi Taniaaust,thank you too for sharing your story and going deep.I wish i had the gift that you have to see
    things,i know its there,i do get small visions,a flash that looks like a negetive ect.
    I used to be able to heal animals when younger.

    That story about your daughter - wow, you must have been frantic at the time.But amazed to.
    If i do try PLR i think it would be with someone who i trust - Though i have read about being able to see
    this i meditation,but in a gradual way.
    I know one thing its very hard to advance in my meditation with this illness .
    Thanks for that bit about american indians - if i was - i would feel proud to have been.
     
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    Seewell Senior Member

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    Lovely story Wayne.A happy one.
    i dont mind you being forward.I also like videos because i get bad brain fog.
    Im sorry i dont write in more detail.But its all i can do most of the time.
    Its the hu:).. I had an amazing realization a couple of years ago - that God - the creator - the big man - what ever you want to call him,is there for everyone,regardless of any religion.Hes inside every single one of us.The birds
    The trees everything.
    Anyway cheers for the link.
     
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    Wayne Senior Member

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    Thanks all for your nice comments. And here's an update on that lovely young Native American couple:

    W and A 017.jpg W and A 016.jpg

    Hmmm, I think they're a bit older (but most certainly wiser, right?). Perhaps looking at celebrating a 300th anniversary? :)

    ETA Looks like you can click on the "thumbnails" to enlarge them.
     
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    I actually dont at all have good clairvoyant sight...and really "see" things in that regard. In my case its usually a case of "knowing" and just "remembering" rather then trying to imagine or think about something (the moment one "thinks" one starts to invoke ones normal waking thinking consciousness which can then overshadow and alter info coming in from the "knowing place" it can actually "switch off" the info coming from that pure knowing place.. eg when someone says to a person "try to imagine yourself back in a past time"..that persont then is quite likely to do that and "often" it will then be just imagination. Like people tend to do with visualization meditations, they can go walking in a forest full of talking animals.. this may all seem real and it may well be on the "mental" or "astral" level of things but it isnt real on the physical level at all.

    Actually when I do "see" something visually.. it makes me wary if it is correct or not and I wouldnt believe what I was seeing (in case it was just imagination) unless I had the "knowing" of the event and actual "memory" of the event too. Ive been lucky as with many of m past lives..the others involved have remembered things too (without me prompting or putting ideas into their heads about what I knew), which then helped to further confirm what I believed I knew.

    The subconcious talks to us in symbols and visions..and what someone "sees" could be just symbolic for something else and a person who is really "wanting" to know past lives will often eagerly take this info in and start thinking it must be correct due to they are wishing to know. There is such thing as false memory and those who are "trying" to remember past lives by various means are so much more likely to be evoking a false memory. (this is all a reason why I never had any past life regression done on me professionaly in the past and only messed with it playing with a friend). The more eager someone is to know.. the more likely to have false memory occur. Irronically the best way to get past life memories... is to not really care much to know.

    One truely cant correctly remember things until one should be doing so. There is no quick and easy way to go and speed up such a process. Yes one can get past life regression done..but how will you know if its correct or not without having a certain depth of spiritual connection to your soul? If you do have it done.. look for things if which you could get validation on after.
     
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    I guess that was a bad choice of words that you can see things, but you must have a gift for this..
    I have learnt a lot in this area over the last 4 or so years.Ive also had some dark energys trying to stop me.
    PLR is one area im very interested in.
    I dont think i have had any vision(or whatever) whilst willing it to happen.Its always when im not concentrating on any spiritual stuff.

    I meditate mostly to help with my brain fog and anxiety-which helps alot.
    I know enough to tell the difference between my subconcious seeing what it wants to see,and something
    more than that.
    I have a spiritual connection to my soul - i always have. And may i never stop learning.
    Thanks for making me think.
     
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    Hi wayne,i watched it "Reincarnation is just another day for soul":)
    (been browsing through the home page too)
     
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    Hello!

    My name is Melanie Camero and I am a Religious Studies student at California State University, Northridge. We are currently doing research on memory and identity in the context of reincarnation. In order to learn more about what constitutes as identity through the process of reincarnation, a survey has been developed for those who have experienced reincarnation or believe in reincarnation. I was wondering how everyone felt about taking a survey? The survey is easily accessible through this link : https://s.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_6...BrandID=qtrial

    Thank you!

    Melanie Camero
     
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    Wayne Senior Member

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    Sushi Moderator and Senior Member Albuquerque

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    Link doesn't work for me either.
     
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    Me either. Maybe we're in the wrong lifetime
     
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    Wayne Senior Member

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    Maybe we're in the wrong dimension. Sure feels like it sometimes! o_O:)
     
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    @Wayne and all

    I've had one spiritual experience after another lately, but can't talk about those on here much. But do have a pretty cool experience from many years ago.

    Anyways, while riding a motorcycle in the past I had a near death experience. I went flying off a jump at about 60 miles an hour. I didn't even know the jump was there because I was going around a blind corner on a fire-road.

    Imagine coming around a corner and hitting a 3 foot tall jump at 60mph that you didn't even have time to prepair for. We are talking about a old and heavy 1970's dirt bike with suspension not anything like todays bikes. After I hit the jump, the rear suspension kicked my legs and body vertical over my head while I flew through the air at 60 mph. At that moment, my whole life flashed before my eyes in about a couple of seconds.

    Turns out I had a near death experience. Didn't realize what happened until recently watching this video. At 3:00-3:15 it starts to talk briefly about what near death experiences are and how they are recorded. Pretty strange.
     
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    Wayne Senior Member

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    "For many years, self-contempt colored every aspect of my life, telling me I deserved neither spiritual unfoldment nor the love of God. I didn’t know where this problem came from."

    The above is the opening paragraph to one woman’s story about discovering a past life that had profound implications for her in this life. In this lifetime, she developed a strong interest, even a fascination with the Vietnam War. She considered whether this had something to do with a past life, but her current age seemed to preclude her having been there.

    But the fascination continued—she even made a special trip to Washington DC to visit the Vietnam War Memorial. The experience she had there was one of feeling like a soldier, and considering the names on the walls as veterans like herself. It un-nerved her to the degree she had to leave, and how it has the potential to profoundly affect them going forward.

    One day she was watching the movie, Born on the Fourth of July. She at one point yelled to her husband in the other room when the Vietnam War started. He replied it was 1955, way earlier than she had known. It suddenly opened up a past life for her, at that very moment.

    She was indeed an American soldier in Vietnam in 1959. She (as a man then) was an expert in detecting booby traps, and came upon a situation where she knew one was going to blow, probably killing everybody in her unit. She had to make a split decision, and she threw herself on the trap, dying instantly, but saving the rest of her platoon.

    She found herself hovering above the scene in a blissful state as the platoon members gathered around her shattered body. Her commanding offer was angry and disgusted, calling her a fool for having committed suicide. She immediately became confused, and then began to feel extreme shame and self-contempt. She believed what she had heard.


    She then began to wonder how she might heal from this. Not long after, she was in a spiritual discussion class, where they were sharing stories of spiritual experiences. Soon, she found herself relating that lifetime, and as she did so, found her face burning with shame. The class listened in silence and with love.

    By the time she finished speaking, she wrote these words, “a healing balm of divine love had flowed into my heart”. As she gazed around the room, she had an important realization. She knew, with “absolute certainty” that she had not committed suicide. She "had acted out of love for her platoon".


    She wrote: --- "From that moment on, I was a different person", and knew with certainty that she was indeed worthy of God’s love.
    ...................................................................................


    I first read this story several years ago, and still enjoy occasionally reading it again. Thought I'd take a few minutes and share it on this thread. — Feels like dramatic and insightful story of how those who've passed on can still see and hear what's going on in the physical world, and how that can profoundly affect them as they continue their spiritual journey.
     
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