I believe in reincarnation(rebirth)since I am a Hindu and spiritually also many HIndu saints have written about it.
Man keeps visiting to this physical world repeatedly, until all his ambitions are fulfilled. Karma and reincarnation go hand in hand.
Jerry said:May 11, 2015 5:26 pm PST
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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.