Like you, I am totally mesmerized by the concept of recalling our past lives and the many truly amazing reincarnation stories that exist for those who look for them. Below I would like to share with you two of my favorite reincarnation stories!
There are many practitioners that specialize in taking you back under various forms of hypnosis and these are becoming more and more popular amongst adults and also children. These sessions can be used for several purposes, not the least of them trying to identify the cause of phobias and fears.
It is among children and their retelling of past lives and reincarnation stories that really sends the shivers up your spine. Even with the most vivid imaginations that children often have, not even in their wildest dreams would you believe that they are making up some of these accounts. The detail and the clarity way beyond their years acts as clarification that these children really have tapped into something beyond our normal realm of explanation.
This first one is directly from a session where a young boy was being interviewed.
“Sit on your Mom’s lap, close your eyes, and tell me what you see when you hear the loud noises that scare you,” Norman gently instructed Chase.
I looked down at Chase’s freckled face. Nothing could have prepared me for what I was about to hear.
Young Chase immediately began describing himself as a soldier-an adult soldier-carrying a gun. “I’m standing behind a rock. I’m carrying a long gun with a kind of sword at the end.” My heart was pounding in my ears and the hair on my arms stood up as I listened. Sarah and I glanced at each other in wide-eyed amazement.
“What are you wearing?” Norman questioned.
“I have dirty, ripped clothes, brown boots, a belt. I’m hiding behind a rock, crouching on my knees and shooting at the enemy. I’m at the edge of a valley. The battle is going on all around me.”
I listened to Chase, surprised to hear him talk about war. He had never been interested in war toys, and had never even owned a toy gun. He always preferred games and construction toys; he would spend hours at a time happily building with blocks, Legos and his wooden trains. His television watching was strictly limited to Sesame Street and Mr. Rogers, and none of the Disney movies he had seen depicted war.
“I’m behind a rock,” he said again. “I don’t want to look, but I have to when I shoot. Smoke and flashes everywhere. And loud noises: yelling, screaming, loud booms. I’m not sure who I’m shooting at-there’s so much smoke, so much going on. I’m scared. I shoot at anything that moves. I really don’t want to be here and shoot other people.”
Although this was Chase’s little-boy voice, his tone was serious and mature-uncharacteristic of my happy five-year-old. He actually seemed to be feeling this soldier’s feelings and thinking his thoughts. He really didn’t want to be there shooting at other men. This was not a glorified picture of war or soldiering; Chase was describing the sentiments of a man in the heat of battle who had serious doubts about the value of his actions, was terrified, thinking only of staying alive. These feelings and images were coming from some place deep within him. Chase was not making this up.
WOW! Truly amazing and certainly beyond the imagination of a young child! And also, this one from an 18 month old little girl who had previously only jabbered random words and never a complete sentence.
Elspeth was only eighteen months old and had never put words together before-had never uttered a complete sentence. One evening when her mother was giving Elspeth her bath, the baby said, “I’m going to take my vows.” Her astonished mother couldn’t believe her ears. This was Elspeth’s first complete sentence-and did she say “vows”?
When she questioned Elspeth, the little one replied, “I’m not Elspeth now. I’m Rose, but I’m going to be Sister Teresa Gregory.” Now her mother was stunned. They were not Catholics: Elspeth could not possibly have known about nuns and vows. She was only a baby!
Elspeth went on to tell her mother that “when I was here before” she had been an old lady and wore a long black dress with a black cloth over her head. That was it. Then one day, two years later, Elspeth filled in the story about the nun’s life, describing her jobs at the convent. Her day began when it was still dark; she milked goats, made cheese, and helped prepare the food. The nuns said prayers often, and when a certain bell was rung, they had to stop talking, no matter what they were doing. Elspeth saw herself as an old woman who fell over and died while saying prayers in her tiny room.
I gotta tell you, it absolutely makes the hairs on the back of my neck stand on end. Surely this can’t be disregarded as toddler imagination?! I really believe in reincarnation as there is so much evidence, unexplained scenarios and examples such as the two reincarnation stories I have listed for you above.
Taking all this into account, is it your wish to learn about past life regression? Do you have a desire for yourself to try and “go back?” Do these reincarnation stories inspire you to learn more?
Previously a therapist that performed past life regressions was quite hard to find. On the chance you did find one, it was often a circle of drugs, hypnosis, therapy, meditation, and more and more therapy, until the subject would eventually break into this important wisdom state. This was normally after investing months or years and thousands of dollars into the program.
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The reincarnation stories/examples above have been taken from Children’s Past Lives, by Carol Bowman. Published by Bantam Books.
Copyright 1997 by Carol Bowman and Steve Bowman. All rights reserved. These excerpts may be copied and shared for non-commercial purposes only, provided that the text stay intact and that this notice stays attached to the text.
I hope you found the reincarnation stories above interesting and thought provoking!