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.
Liz said:November 25, 2013 7:36 pm PST
Wow! I heard your segment on the Bill Carroll show on KFI in Los Angeles. I was so interested that I bought your book on iBooks. Fascinating stuff! I'm a doctorate student in clinical psychology about to start my dissertation...maybe I will need to rethink my topic. Thanks for a great read!
Malcolm Gibson said:November 23, 2013 1:49 pm PST
I have been wondering how many of these children that have this knowledge of reincarnation were born bu C section vs through the birth canal?
Kadri-Liisa said:July 30, 2013 10:50 pm PST
Thanx for putting this site up. I am bit surpised about the info what i have read about it - like those energetical books of Akarashi are book of Life mentioned in Bible. Have not thought about it before but it can be so.
I am christian from new apostolic reformation movement and recently started to look about the reincarnation and its connection with christianity and bible.
Amela said:April 22, 2013 11:20 am PST
I would like to give some information to people seeking to try and remember past lives. The two resources that helped me were books: "Mirrors of Time" by Dr. Brian Weiss (CD included) and "Practical Guide to Past Lives" by Richard Webster. Both books are valuable tools, and I have been able to use both successfully. First time I used Weiss' CD I actually had a vision of a woman in ancient Rome. Later, using one of the techniques mentioned by Webster, I was able to remember more about the Roman lady's life. Truly amazing. Try it!