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"We are not born once, but many times. We are born into many different bodies, in many different worlds."

Worldwide, children can be found who reported that they have memories of a previous life. 2,500+ studied cases have been noted by the University of Virginia's Division of Perceptual Studies. These cases span various beliefs, often with verified details and birthmarks matching past wounds. Some exhibit behaviors and recognition tied to previous lives.


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Stunning Case Of Sam

Stunning Case Of Sam

Professor Jim Tucker thinks that past lives are possible. Here are startling accounts of children who may have been reincarnated.

One day a young boy, Sam tells his father that he changed the diaper of his son (Sam's father) when he was his age, claiming to be his deceased grandfather. As the boy, Sam, continues making similar remarks, his parents, Ron and Cathy, piece together a strange story. Sam believes he is his late grandfather who has returned to the family. The parents are intrigued and ask Sam how he came back, to which he responds that he came through a "portal."


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Sam's advanced language skills surprise his parents. He mentions having a sister who turned into a fish due to "bad guys," which eerily aligns with the grandfather's sister's murder decades ago. One year before Sam was born, his grandfather had died of a cerebral hemorrhage.


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References From Indian Philosophy

References From Indian Philosophy

• Hinduism: The concept of reincarnation is central to Hinduism. The belief is that the soul (atman) is immortal and continues to be reborn (samsara) into a new body after death, depending on its karma (actions and deeds). The goal of Hinduism is to achieve moksha, or liberation from the cycle of reincarnation.

Buddhism: Buddhism also teaches the concept of reincarnation, but with some key differences from Hinduism. In Buddhism, the soul is not immortal, but rather a temporary construct that arises from the mind.


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Nirvana in Buddhism is the state of liberation from suffering, desires, and the cycle of rebirth. It represents perfect peace and enlightenment achieved by letting go of attachments and understanding reality.


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Sikhism: Sikhism believes in "Punarjanam," the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth. The goal is to attain spiritual liberation and merge with the divine and break free from this cycle. Guru Granth Sahib, touches this concept well

Jainism: Jainism teaches "Samsara," the cycle of birth and rebirth due to karma. The aim is to achieve "Moksha" by purifying karma through non-violence, truthfulness, and detachment, as outlined in the Jain scriptures which resembles the core concepts of Hinduism and Buddhism.


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Ancient Egyptian religion, Taoism, Tibetan Buddhism etc also support the concept of reincarnation as well. We'll briefly discuss about these all and will try to cover as much as possible in future. So stay tuned..


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Is Reincarnation True ?

Is Reincarnation True ?

Many Americans, including Christians (29%) believe in reincarnation, with a significant number even recalling their past lives. The Dr. Oz Show has featured proponents like Dr. Tucker and Dr. Eben Alexander, while reality TV series including "Life, Death and Reincarnation", "The Ghost Inside My Child" and "Who Was I: My Past Lives" explore cases of past-life memory. This fascination with reincarnation stems from its hopeful promise of improving in subsequent lives, offering an alternative to the concept of eternal hell. This belief provides a sense of mercy and opportunity for personal growth.


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Famous Believers

Famous Believers

Many famous intellectuals and writers in the Western world have expressed belief in reincarnation. Thomas Edison mentioned starting a new Earth cycle, while Henry Ford adopted reincarnation at 26, finding it a way to utilize collected experience across lifetimes, easing his mind and expanding his perspective on time. This indicates a notable historical interest in the concept of reincarnation.


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Work is futile if we cannot utilize the experience we collect in one life in the next. When I discovered reincarnation it was as if I had found a universal plan….Time was no longer limited….The discovery of Reincarnation put my mind at ease.”



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"Mommy, I’m so homesick"

"Mommy, I’m so homesick"

One of the UVA case studies involves a young Oklahoma boy named Ryan who experienced vivid memories of a previous life. At the age of four, he expressed a strong desire to return to his former Hollywood home, describing it as glamorous with a big house, pool, and fast cars. He would often express being homesick and frustrated by his inability to remember all the details. When his mother, Cyndi, showed him old Hollywood books, Ryan became excited upon seeing a picture from a 1932 movie, "Night After Night" identifying one of the actors as himself in his previous life.


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Plane On Fire

Plane On Fire

Dr. Tucker learned about a notable reincarnation case from TV producers in 2002. This case involved James Leininger, a Louisiana boy who believed he was a World War II pilot shot down over Iwo Jima. The Leiningers discovered James' memories when he was two, recounting a plane crash nightmare with specific details. James also knew intricate WWII aircraft details that seemed beyond his age. For instance, he accurately corrected his mother about a plane's components and identified aircraft names in a History Channel documentary.


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The boy named James Leininger claimed to remember his past life as a WWII pilot named James who flew off a ship called the USS Natoma. The Leiningers found a WWII aircraft carrier with the same name and a pilot named James Huston who died in action. James had nightmares about his plane crashing, but his distress lessened when his mother sought help from a past-life therapist. James's parents wrote a book called "Soul Survivor" about their experience.


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Skeptic Professor French suggests James' memories could be influenced unintentionally by parents and circumstances. Dr. Tucker claims documentation supporting James's statements predates any knowledge of James Huston, while French argues that children's statements can be ambiguous.


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In conclusion, the phenomenon of reincarnation has captured human interest through compelling case studies. While skeptics question the origins of past-life memories, proponents present intriguing evidence, as seen in cases like James Leininger's, Sam and Ryan. The exploration of reincarnation prompts contemplation about memory, consciousness, and the possibilities of existence beyond a single lifetime, bridging the gap between the known and the enigmatic. It's up to you either you want to believe it or not.


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I'm interested in the Unknown | 📚 Bookworm | 🎨 Creative soul | 🌌 Explorer of the Beyond. (άλθος) ♡


Hey guys, after a long time I've come back again with a phenomenal concept of "Reincarnation" and will continue the beyonder series bringing interesting topics for you. In our upcoming topics we'll briefly discuss reincarnation even deeper. So stay tuned with me and hopefully you'll like it. Remember that "We are all connected, through our souls, and we are all on a journey to enlightenment". Peace 🕊️


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