Have you ever wondered if reincarnation really exists? The topic has got two schools of thoughts. While some people firmly believe in it, some other people do not.
A person can have past life regression as little as 15 minutes, but to remember after a point of death, and into “soul memories” it goes up to forty-five minutes of trance induction.
Several religious people consider this advanced intuition to be a sign of an “old soul”, an experience that someone has had from a past life.
Across the world, over two thousand cases of children have been examined. The children describe violent or sudden death. Many demonstrate emotional or behavioral characteristics that appear connected.
Some kids even bear birthmarks or birth defects. Dr Jim Tucker from the University Of Virginia School Of Medicine states that these experiences about the past life “typically involve very young children who spontaneously start talking about a past life”.
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Dr Jim Tucker firmly believes that past lives are possible. Here are some startling accounts of children who seemingly have had link with their “old soul”.
Sonam Wangdu was born in 1991. He was only two years old when he came upon the realization that he was in fact the fourth rebirth of the original Tibetan lama – guru. He started to have insights since before he was born, like the visions of his mother and her own lama, as well as the words of the third reincarnation of the Tibetan lama himself who informed in 1987, “I will be reborn in Seattle”.
James Leininger is another four-year-old boy in Louisiana who believed that he was a pilot of World War II. He was apparently shot down.
The boy’s parents finally realized that their son may have intuitions about his past life when the latter mentioned these words, “Airplane crash! Plane on fire! Little man can’t get out!” Surprisingly, he also had knowledge about WWII aircraft that would seem completely impossible for a toddler to know.