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John 9:2 And his disciples asked him, Master, who did sin, this man or his parents, that he was born blind?
Janet said:March 20, 2015 2:53 pm PST
Heard about Dr. Tucker on Nightly News. Awesome! I'm not a child but have had reincarnations my whole life, and have found explanations. Thank you for your work!
Janet Kaye said:January 10, 2015 7:07 am PST
Does anyone know a site or person who can identify and hopefully translate the language my 18 year old daughter speaks in her sleep? I have a recording of it on my phone in which she goes on in long sentences. I know it is not gibberish because I happen to be a linguistics major and can hear the sentence structure patterns and the same words being used again and again. She also repeats the same sentences a few minutes apart which also indicate that it is not gibberish. Thanks! Janet
Laurie Cameron said:January 8, 2014 1:19 pm PST
Heard Jim Tucker interview on radio recently. His comments anent consciousness possibly being a separate phenomonon from the physical body reminded me of an "out-of-body" experience I had one time after being injured falling down a cave in Mexico.
I broke a couple of ribs and was generally bruised up and in a lot of pain. The next day we rented a horse so I could get back to friends who had the car. The horse had a wooden saddle and stirrups way too short for me to use so every jolt on the steep trail back was excrutiating.
At a certain point I realized I was going to pass out and fall off the horse. At that moment it became as if I were floating above our group as we passed through a settlement and on down. I could see "my" body still on the horse, although I did identify with it, but rather felt compassion for its suffering.
The "I" of the floating consciousness was not the self-identified "I" of ordinary ego consciousness. There was in fact no sense whatever of I-ness. My only memory covering that time is of being the floating consciosness - not the guy hurting on the horse.
I "woke up" in my body about the time the trail leveled out and the paid began to subside. The only "conclusion" I have come to as a result of the experience is that perhaps corporeal existence and consciousness are distinct and separable under circumstances such as extreme pain or stress, death or some forms of meditation.
I am a congenital non-believer. Terms such a "astral travel", "reincarnation" and so on strike me as mere place holders pending further penetration of mysteries or a conclusion such as ones drawn by Gautama and others that certain ontological questions are unanswerable - only to be held in don't-know-mind.
Kate said:January 5, 2014 3:05 pm PST
My son at age 2-1/2 recounted his birth experience and how he came from a place where his grandfather (my father) also resided. My son said that he recalls leaving his grandfather, who bade him farewell, and falling backward through a chute or tube. He said his memory stopped at that point. He repeated this story until he was about 3 and then never mentioned it again.