Updated: Apr 1
Whether you believe in reincarnation or not, it is a subject that draws so many views. It can't be proven or unproven yet it can be one of those subjects that you want to avoid at dinner parties (when lockdown is fully over of course) at all cost, along with Brexit and the royal family!
My own personal views have been largely shaped by my culture and upbringing and the huge amounts of reading into anything spiritual in my teens and beyond. I have always for as long as I can remember been drawn to the energy of the unknown. Strange unexplained experiences in my very early childhood and a sense of knowing that there is more we can see has allowed me to follow my intuition. I had so many Deja-vu moments as a young child which then tapered off in my early teens.
There are so many accounts of reincarnation and the research done into this, particularly with children is want for a better word "absolutely fascinating." How can a 5 year old remember the great fire of London in so much detail or even recall an accident they tell you they have had when you know they definitely haven't had it with you! Often I will get flash backs to memories that I cannot place or meet people that I am sure I have met before as there is something so familiar but I can't place my finger on it! That's why I believe in Past lives...but maybe another subject to avoid at dinner parties... unless you have been sat next to someone who is boring the socks off of you!