How can we rise above our kindergarten and high school levels of understanding and live from a graduate school level? Knowing the vast amount of evidence in this chapter is one key. Optimally caring for the temple of your soul, especially via centering practices, helps you harness the resulting higher energy and power. The evidence for varying life experiences throughout eternity is vast and varied.
Categories of proof include religious and spirituality input, philosophical arguments, and clinical evidence. The third category is further delineated into the subsections of: classic proofs, curative evidence, similarities between lives, past life regressions, past life memories, and Dr. All of this evidence is discussed in Soul Proof but is too long for a short article. Here is just a bit of it. In this subsection, I will discuss hypnotically inducedpast life regressions PLRs as opposed to spontaneous past life memories.
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PLRs are designed to help hypnotized people remember supposed past lives. A deeply relaxed hypnotic state facilitates a calm but clear state of mind that results in less mental chatter. I have listened to and watched people in past-life regressions under hypnosis for thousands of hours.
I am convinced there is no deliberate, nor conscious attempt to deceive. The tears, shaking, flinching, smiling, gasping for breath, groaning, sweating and other physical manifestations are all too real. Brian Weiss, MD, author of Messages from the Masters and other books, says that he has received thousands of phone calls and letters from psychiatrists, psychologists, and other therapists who have done past life regressions for up to twenty years.
Some have found their own tombstones. They might have seen anachronisms of one kind or another—clothing and architecture that were completely wrong for the time period and place they had chosen—or a climate and landscape that would not match the map they flashed on… To my surprise, I found only eleven data sheets out of the 1, I had collected that showed clear evidence of discrepancies.
Wambach analyzed these accumulated past life recollections and compared them for historical accuracy in the areas of social class, race, gender, clothing, diet, population ratios, and causes of death in particular time periods. For example, she found that 49 percent of past lives were lived as women, while 51 percent were those of men—just about what one would expect in a random distribution, not a hoax. She also found that the number of lives reported around A. It is difficult, if not impossible, to believe that a group of randomly selected participants in past-life regressions could have co-coordinated their efforts to pull off such a colossal statistical hoax.
Joel Whitton, M. Although he had never studied a foreign language in his life, the man spoke comfortably and confidently in a strange tongue that experts identified as ancient Norse. Working independently, linguists who spoke Icelandic and Norwegian identified and translated some of these words. Several other words seemed to have a Russian, Serbian or Slavic derivation and these were also identified.
I would say this could fit the language pattern of the roving Viking. During another past life recollection, Harold wrote what looked like a bunch of scribbles. The alphabet he used was identified by researchers as a long-extinct script used in Mesopotamia. One final example of a PLR with validation features was provided by Dr.
Diane, an R. During a past-life regression with Weiss, she recalled an earlier lifetime as a pioneer woman who hid with her baby from Indians. To keep the baby quiet, she covered his mouth with her hand. Her baby, who had a crescent shaped birthmark beneath his right shoulder, died as she accidentally asphyxiated him. Several months after this regression, she treated a man with asthma at her hospital job.
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She nearly fainted when, while listening to his lungs, she saw a crescent shaped birthmark below his right shoulder. Both experienced an instant familiarityand connection that led to dating and a happy marriage. The massive amount of objective research by Ian Stevenson, M.
Stevenson, who headed the department of psychiatry at the University of Virginia, spent most of his sixty-year career perfecting methods for verifying the past life memories of children. His work is not better known because he writes for other academicians, a fact to which anyone who has read his books can attest. Nearly of these were stringently verified and 35 percent of these had birthmarks or birth defects that matched injuries from previous lives.
Eighteen of these cases involved two or more matching birthmarks. Stevenson calculated the chances that two matching sets of birthmarks—from a purported past life and the present one—would randomly occur only 1 in 25, times. The odds against this happening by chance eighteen times are astronomical. He wrote a clinical textbook for psychiatrists based on methods used by attorneys to reconstruct past events as accurately as possible.
He and his team investigated children who remembered possible past lives and their families, as well as the family and circumstances of the alleged past life. Given the exacting methods of these professional researchers, it was virtually impossible for anyone—especially third-world villagers—to conceal a hoax.
Upon arriving in that town, he led his family directly to the shop and knew how to repair a complex soda machine that had been intentionally disconnected to test his memory. During the next several years, she remembered more details of her past life and her family took her to that village. Sukla directed them to her former home and enjoyed a reunion with Minu, whose mother had died when she was a baby.
Jenny Wade, Ph. She views these as supporting an argument for consciousness independent of a physical body. Especially convincing, says Wade, is the high incidence of birthmarks and deformities in this life that correspond to injuries in a former life. The child who remembers the earlier life has birthmarks on places that correspond to the wounds of the prior personality.
Moreover, the birthmark corresponding to the exit wound is larger than the birthmark corresponding to the entry wound, just as the wounds themselves were, that being the normal pattern for bullet wounds. That is one type of case out of many involving birthmarks and defects. One Burmese girl, born with her right leg missing just below the knee, remembered the life of a poor teenage girl who sold roses to passengers at the railroad station. A train ran over her and severed her right leg. The girl made detailed statements and recognitions that convinced the family she was the reincarnation of the teenager who was killed by the train.
She also had a marked phobia of trains. Other examples of correlating birthmarks offering physical evidence of past lives include an Indian boy who recalled being killed by a shotgun blast to his chest. Another shotgun victim was hit at point-blank range on the right side of the head as confirmed from the hospital report. The Turkish boy who remembered this life was born with a malformed ear and an underdevelopment of the right side of his face.
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One woman had three linear scar-like birthmarks on her back. As a child, she remembered being killed by three blows to her back with an ax. Another boy in India was born with stubs for fingers on only his right hand—an extremely rare condition. He remembered a past life when his fingers were cut off in a fodder chopping machine.
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Visit About Dr. He examines the lives of those affected by reincarnation, such as children who can actually remember their previous lives. Instead of shying away from the skeptics, Stemman evaluates their leading theories and compares them to the findings that he has accumulated throughout his global research.
The Big Book of Reincarnation is thorough, well researched, engaging, and the most comprehensive book ever published on this fascinating subject. Topics that have long been scoffed by skeptics, past lives and reincarnation are enjoying a revival of mainstream interest after prominent medical professionals and scientists have added their personal experiences and research to a growing chorus of proof that the afterlife is no myth for the weak minded.
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Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Dec 15, Grumpus rated it liked it Shelves: audiobook , spiritual. However, I still believe this to be a worthy read because of all the intriguing stories regarding past life experiences. I find these absolutely fascinating -- learning how children born to a new family can identify still living family members from a previous life and be able to tell stories that only the deceased now living again family member would know.
So cool! I would love to be hypnotized to see what past lives I may have lived. View all 4 comments. May 15, Joel Hammer rated it it was amazing. Great non biased look at factual information about several stories and theories of Reincarnation without being preachy. Oct 04, Marilyn rated it liked it Shelves: reincarnation. Evidence for reincarnation in case studies. Lots of references if you want more information. A list of researchers and therapists. Those who know reincarnation is the truth won't need this book, but might find it interesting.
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