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#21
(03-11-2018, 01:38 PM)The Comedian :D Wrote: I'd like to know why everyone who remembers a past life is Alexander the Great, or the Witch Queen of New Orleans.
Nobody is ever a janitor who was overcome by ammonia fumes while cleaning the toilets, or a street beggar who was run over by a Microsoft help desk employee on his way to work in Mumbai.

I got into all this for about 15 or 20 years, back when I was in my 40's and 50's, and was able (through dreams and visions) to remember snippets from half a dozen or so lifetimes.
Sometimes I was somewhat important (bullfighter; doctor; shaman;) other times quite humdrum (a monk whose job it was to make handwritten copies of the Bible; also other things which I won't post here).

How we died in those lifetimes create phobias and fears in this lifetime.
If we manage to recall the past life reason for those phobias/fears, we can overcome that trauma.

I'll give you one example:
For years, since I was a young child, I had nightmares of being chased by a bull. The scenes would be different, but I was always being chased, even upstairs into a barn hayloft. I would have these dreams maybe once a year or so, for many years.

Then when I was in my 40's (and had been working with metaphysics for a few years), I "called in all my scattered energies".
I went to sleep and had the most amazing dream! I was a bullfighter, and quite a good one; rather famous I guess.
First I was on stage doing the bullfight dance, with dancing, castanets, etc. -- It was exhilarating!
Then I was in the bullring, and shortly after that the bull charged me and I knew I was going to be killed.
Then I woke up.

And when I woke up, it wasn't as though it was a dream. It was real.
The following day, it wasn't as though I had had a dream. I remembered the experience as clearly as though I had done this the previous day. And for weeks and months after the dream, that feeling remained -- That it wasn't a dream, but something "I had done" just those weeks or months earlier.

And ...
Following that dream (around 30 years ago), I have never again had a dream of a bull chasing me.
   “Come, Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful. And kindle in them the fire of your love. Send forth Your Spirit and they shall be created. And you will renew the face of the earth.”    
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#22
(03-11-2018, 03:12 PM)Aquarius Wrote:
(03-11-2018, 01:38 PM)The Comedian :D Wrote: I'd like to know why everyone who remembers a past life is Alexander the Great, or the Witch Queen of New Orleans.
Nobody is ever a janitor who was overcome by ammonia fumes while cleaning the toilets, or a street beggar who was run over by a Microsoft help desk employee on his way to work in Mumbai.

I got into all this for about 15 or 20 years, back when I was in my 40's and 50's, and was able (through dreams and visions) to remember snippets from half a dozen or so lifetimes.
Sometimes I was somewhat important (bullfighter; doctor; shaman;) other times quite humdrum (a monk whose job it was to make handwritten copies of the Bible; also other things which I won't post here).

How we died in those lifetimes create phobias and fears in this lifetime.
(snip)

I have no fear of anything.
I must be the Highlander.
There can be only one.
Well, maybe two.
Drinks
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#23
You will have to correct or live through past mistakes whether you remember them or not.

I have remembered and done past life work, as per usual was never anyone special, the Roman era was fucking shit.... and we are cycling right back into some more of that now with the moslum march on to do the same, just go watch as the pope washes and kisses their feet, and idiots cheer on the “refugees” ....fools Slap
fucking religions Ham that’s one thing I got out of this, these “gods” can go jamb it up their collective asses, the crazy horrible things humans do for them defies all logic and reason.

What happens between lives is a really interesting topic also.
The Journey of Souls is a easy read, I got it as a free PDF online.
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(03-11-2018, 03:12 PM)Aquarius Wrote:
(03-11-2018, 01:38 PM)The Comedian :D Wrote: I'd like to know why everyone who remembers a past life is Alexander the Great, or the Witch Queen of New Orleans.
Nobody is ever a janitor who was overcome by ammonia fumes while cleaning the toilets, or a street beggar who was run over by a Microsoft help desk employee on his way to work in Mumbai.

I got into all this for about 15 or 20 years, back when I was in my 40's and 50's, and was able (through dreams and visions) to remember snippets from half a dozen or so lifetimes.
Sometimes I was somewhat important (bullfighter; doctor; shaman;) other times quite humdrum (a monk whose job it was to make handwritten copies of the Bible; also other things which I won't post here).

How we died in those lifetimes create phobias and fears in this lifetime.
If we manage to recall the past life reason for those phobias/fears, we can overcome that trauma.

I'll give you one example:
For years, since I was a young child, I had nightmares of being chased by a bull.  The scenes would be different, but I was always being chased, even upstairs into a barn hayloft.  I would have these dreams maybe once a year or so, for many years.

Then when I was in my 40's (and had been working with metaphysics for a few years), I "called in all my scattered energies".  
I went to sleep and had the most amazing dream!  I was a bullfighter, and quite a good one; rather famous I guess.
First I was on stage doing the bullfight dance, with dancing, castanets, etc. -- It was exhilarating!
Then I was in the bullring, and shortly after that the bull charged me and I knew I was going to be killed.
Then I woke up.

And when I woke up, it wasn't as though it was a dream.  It was real.  
The following day, it wasn't as though I had had a dream.  I remembered the experience as clearly as though I had done this the previous day.  And for weeks and months after the dream, that feeling remained -- That it wasn't a dream, but something "I had done" just those weeks or months earlier.  

And ...
Following that dream (around 30 years ago), I have never again had a dream of a bull chasing me.

When I was young I had this dream I was in England, and there were large balloons tethered everywhere that were high up in the sky, I forgot most of the details but I was among people I knew, and we were all doing something that seemed important.

Years later I discovered that they used tethered balloons for anti aircraft defense in WW2 over London.

Kinda weird huh?
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(03-11-2018, 04:06 PM)The Comedian :D Wrote:
(03-11-2018, 03:12 PM)Aquarius Wrote:
(03-11-2018, 01:38 PM)The Comedian :D Wrote: I'd like to know why everyone who remembers a past life is Alexander the Great, or the Witch Queen of New Orleans.
Nobody is ever a janitor who was overcome by ammonia fumes while cleaning the toilets, or a street beggar who was run over by a Microsoft help desk employee on his way to work in Mumbai.

I got into all this for about 15 or 20 years, back when I was in my 40's and 50's, and was able (through dreams and visions) to remember snippets from half a dozen or so lifetimes.
Sometimes I was somewhat important (bullfighter; doctor; shaman;) other times quite humdrum (a monk whose job it was to make handwritten copies of the Bible; also other things which I won't post here).

How we died in those lifetimes create phobias and fears in this lifetime.
(snip)

I have no fear of anything.
I must be the Highlander.
There can be only one.
Well, maybe two.
Drinks

No nightmares or troubling dreams?
   “Come, Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful. And kindle in them the fire of your love. Send forth Your Spirit and they shall be created. And you will renew the face of the earth.”    
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#26
I also remember reading our blood stores information in it from our ancestors. So what happened to them, will be stored in our dna etc. For survival purposes.
"Here they defended themselves to the last, those who still had swords using them, and the others resisting with their hands and teeth."Herodotus VII, 225
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(03-12-2018, 12:25 PM)atabrigade Wrote: I also remember reading our blood stores information in it from our ancestors. So what happened to them, will be stored in our dna etc. For survival purposes.

That's another theory/opinion.

Some years back I read a book by Taylor Caldwell (I don't remember the title of the book), and her opinion was as you said in your post ~ that we don't reincarnate, but those things we remember are from our ancestors and the memories are stored in our DNA.

I tend to go with the reincarnation theory as opposed to the DNA-memory theory.
I suppose we'll know the answer to that question when we get to the other side.
   “Come, Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful. And kindle in them the fire of your love. Send forth Your Spirit and they shall be created. And you will renew the face of the earth.”    
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#28
(03-12-2018, 07:16 PM)Aquarius Wrote:
(03-12-2018, 12:25 PM)atabrigade Wrote: I also remember reading our blood stores information in it from our ancestors. So what happened to them, will be stored in our dna etc. For survival purposes.

That's another theory/opinion.

Some years back I read a book by Taylor Caldwell (I don't remember the title of the book), and her opinion was as you said in your post ~ that we don't reincarnate, but those things we remember are from our ancestors and the memories are stored in our DNA.

I tend to go with the reincarnation theory as opposed to the DNA-memory theory.
I suppose we'll know the answer to that question when we get to the other side.

I think there are elements of both within us.
I do not remember any past lives yet I do have some inclination for certain things that I think I inherited.
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#29
(03-12-2018, 07:16 PM)Aquarius Wrote:
(03-12-2018, 12:25 PM)atabrigade Wrote: I also remember reading our blood stores information in it from our ancestors. So what happened to them, will be stored in our dna etc. For survival purposes.

That's another theory/opinion.

Some years back I read a book by Taylor Caldwell (I don't remember the title of the book), and her opinion was as you said in your post ~ that we don't reincarnate, but those things we remember are from our ancestors and the memories are stored in our DNA.

I tend to go with the reincarnation theory as opposed to the DNA-memory theory.
I suppose we'll know the answer to that question when we get to the other side.

It could be a bit of both...
Thinking
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#30
(03-12-2018, 07:22 PM)Mmmkay Ultra Wrote:
(03-12-2018, 07:16 PM)Aquarius Wrote:
(03-12-2018, 12:25 PM)atabrigade Wrote: I also remember reading our blood stores information in it from our ancestors. So what happened to them, will be stored in our dna etc. For survival purposes.

That's another theory/opinion.

Some years back I read a book by Taylor Caldwell (I don't remember the title of the book), and her opinion was as you said in your post ~ that we don't reincarnate, but those things we remember are from our ancestors and the memories are stored in our DNA.

I tend to go with the reincarnation theory as opposed to the DNA-memory theory.
I suppose we'll know the answer to that question when we get to the other side.

It could be a bit of both...
Thinking

Absolutely.
We do seem to inherit skills and a propensity for various things from our DNA,
so why not Memory as well? 1dunno1
   “Come, Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of your faithful. And kindle in them the fire of your love. Send forth Your Spirit and they shall be created. And you will renew the face of the earth.”    
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