Trust me, it's all bullshit..
A new show on the Bio channel about reincarnation. Sorta interesting.
These kids under 5 blab stories about dying to their parents in their past life with great accuracy.
I used to want to be reincarnated when I was young but as life goes on I wanna be in heaven when I go.
Interesting show because most of the kids past lives were victims of a tragic death.
LOL, I thought you might say that.
Sorry for your soul.
I'm not, nor my soul.
I've felt and saw things some people only read or dream about.
Some people just never connect to that place in time or ever will.
One guy on the show was like you " all bullshit, I don't want this in my house, blah blah blah ".
By researching what his kid was saying he found the truth and now believes in the past and ghosts and maybe even God.
Impressionable people, especially, are subject to deceit, not only that, all of us, impressionable or not, are subject to error. Some you're aware of, but most, you're not. Our minds play tricks on us everyday.
Tell me, what would be the purpose for a soul to re-enter the life of a young child?
You wouldn't be impressed with a ham samich and a blowjob for that matter.
A soul that would have something to contribute to mankind, thus reincarnated.
It needed to be recycled to carry out an order by God or whatever you want to believe (or not believe) in.
I felt things when I was young and still do that can't be explained.
I can't say I'm impressionable or weak.
Though I agree, we all subject to error.
Why believe in such things without evidence?
Do these kids know Algebra? When the French Revolution took place? Who was responsible for initiating WWI?
There are very simple tests that could be administered, none of which they would pass. I say that in complete confidence, not arrogance, because science is unbiased.
Why don't we see anything like that? Why don't they speak or act as adults would? Why do they seemingly only selectively remember certain events? Events which would absolutely not "contribute to mankind", such as tales of past relatives or embellishments of past lovers?
Whether you believe or not, it would behoove you to read ANYTHING by Michael Newton, Brian Weiss, or Ian Lawton. They are highly educated, highly respected psychiatrists who work with "life between lives", or as it is known outside the US "the interlife". Perhaps you will better understand what and who these kids are after educating yourself. And perhaps these kids will have some sort of resolve as to the events they "remember" if they were to undergo appropriate hypnosis by a certified LBL therapist. This subject is not about religion or psychiatric bullshit - I am seriously opposed to both. But after a shit ton of research about LBL, I feel at peace with where we go when we die, why we decide to come back and why sometimes we decide not to, and most importantly, the greatest power god grants us: free will. I hope you will at least consider this notion, Padawanbater2.