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Published:January 24th, 2006 00:01 EST
Do You Have Dreams About a Previous Life?

Do You Have Dreams About a Previous Life?

By Saly Alhady

Every one of us has dreams, maybe daily or in ocassionally, and some people see dreams when they under stress in their lives. Dreams mostly depend on our daily experiences; it sometimes happens that there are little or no recognizable elements in the dreams, but there are other kinds of dreams that are strange and unbelievable: those in which you feel you have been somewhere or done something before, when you could not possibly have. Most people who faced this experience during which they remember verifiable previous lives, do so when they fully awake.

There are different cases of this situation, like children who think they can remember a past life, and they can recall details about places, names and experiences they`ve never known in this life.
For example, two twin girls, ages 6 and 11, are tragically killed. The father was a strong believer in reincarnation, and was sure they would be reborn to his wife as twins. Twins are born, and between the ages of 2 and 4, they start making statements about their dead siblings. Another amazing story in India: two-year-old Gopal Gupta starts to remember information from a previous life in a nearby village. Details include the child behaving as though he is of a higher caste than his current family. He also (later on), knows details of how a business partner had been shot dead, and business details later confirmed by the other family.

In other cases, they found people speak who in different languages they haven`t learn; such as Cynthia Henderson, who "remembered a life during the French Revolution. When under trance, she spoke in French without any trace of an accent, understood and answered questions put to her in French, used dialect of the time, and knew the names of streets which had changed and were only discoverable on old maps."

The stranger thing about this subject is the gender conflict. Men dream that they were women in their previous lives, or women dream they were men, which bring conflict to their emotion.

In the end, I think you have to ask yourself a question which is: Do you believe it or not?

Note: this subject is based on books and references, which have the real stories about people faced these experiences.