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Jaxerback   posted:6/21/2012 9:44:37 PM  (Reply)
I came across a book lately,and it has really opened my eyes on the subject.
Although I have read countless stories down the years,nothing has really made me "believe",until now.
The book is entitled "Many lives,Many masters, written by Dr Brian Weiss,1988.
Dr Weiss is not an easily fooled man,he headed the Psychopharmacology unit at the university of Miami,and was appointed chief of Psychiatry soon after where he published thirty-seven scientific papers and book chapters in his field.
As he says himself,years of disciplined study had thought him to think scientifically and to disregard anything that could not be proven by traditional scientific methods.
Then a young woman became one of his patients,and changed his life.
I recommend reading the book,but the doctors last quote is this,"I hope that you will be helped by what you have read here,that your own fear of death has been diminished,and that messages offered to you about the true meaning of life will free you to go about living yours to the fullest,seeking harmony and inner peace and reaching out in love to your fellow humans."
Good advice me thinks...
Jaxerback   posted:6/21/2012 9:53:46 PM  (Reply)
The young lady did not respond to standardised therapy for her many phobias and in desperation doctor Weiss tried hypnotherapy.She began recounting in great detail,past life experiences.When asked during one of these sessions,"what is the year?",she replied 1536 B.C.!!
This I have a problem with.
If she was really thinking as that person,how would she know a man called Jesus Christ would be born 1536 years in the future,indeed if ever really existed at all.
Or was she aware of all of her incarnations,including her present one,and simply gave a date that the doctor could relate to??
paranormaltrey   posted:6/28/2012 2:28:52 AM  (Reply)
This is interesting. I haven't read the book at all but I am a strong believer that the subconscious holds many secrets.. possibly the secrets of what and who we were in the past. Although, I'm a bit skeptical with people who claim so easily that they are fully aware of who they were in their past lives. It would be amazing to authentically unlock our past memories because this would let us gain more knowledge about life. I truly love the idea.


Trey
slurpie114   posted:6/28/2012 7:57:12 AM  (Reply)
Zomg
Jaxerback   posted:6/28/2012 8:35:30 PM  (Reply)

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paranormaltrey  posted:6/28/2012 2:28:52 AM  (Reply)
This is interesting. I haven't read the book at all but I am a strong believer that the subconscious holds many secrets.. possibly the secrets of what and who we were in the past. Although, I'm a bit skeptical with people who claim so easily that they are fully aware of who they were in their past lives. It would be amazing to authentically unlock our past memories because this would let us gain more knowledge about life. I truly love the idea.


Trey
It is a fascinating subject,something I think we all should research!!
yangfilo   posted:7/5/2012 12:14:48 AM  (Reply)

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Jaxerback  posted:6/21/2012 9:53:46 PM  (Reply)
The young lady did not respond to standardised therapy for her many phobias and in desperation doctor Weiss tried hypnotherapy.She began recounting in great detail,past life experiences.When asked during one of these sessions,"what is the year?",she replied 1536 B.C.!!
This I have a problem with.
If she was really thinking as that person,how would she know a man called Jesus Christ would be born 1536 years in the future,indeed if ever really existed at all.
Or was she aware of all of her incarnations,including her present one,and simply gave a date that the doctor could relate to??
My problem is with the population (constantly growing). So besides being re-incarnated there is an endless supply of new people being added all the time? All of these new people would have to be on their first life. How do you know if you are on your first life?
Jaxerback   posted:7/5/2012 9:15:53 PM  (Reply)
Maybe the "new people" are only new in our universe!!
There are allegedly an infinite number of parallel universes...
Just a thought.
The mind boggles!!
Tawana   posted:7/9/2012 4:51:52 PM  (Reply)
gary107   posted:7/25/2012 3:25:41 AM  (Reply)
reincarnation - the hope of those who have not had enough of life already.
gary107   posted:7/25/2012 9:58:56 PM  (Reply)
life continues until you have been sufficiently punished.
Jaxerback   posted:8/2/2012 8:02:14 PM  (Reply)
Punished for what?
What kind of divine entity would want to continually punish people for actions they are not even aware of??
gary107   posted:8/3/2012 3:40:44 PM  (Reply)
>>Punished for what?
What kind of divine entity would want to continually punish people for actions they are not even aware of?? <<

Clearly the type of entity that would want to encouage improvement in those who are being pushed to improve.
Jaxerback   posted:8/3/2012 7:51:59 PM  (Reply)
How would a person improve???
Improve where?
I think you mean that by taking a more spiritual path,you improve as a person??
That maybe the case,but by helping out people in everyday situations without any form of religious dogma is the goal...
gary107   posted:8/4/2012 2:41:48 AM  (Reply)
we are being pushed along towards what is the major question. I am not certain that structual religion as we know and observe it is clear in letting us know the right direction. There is much unclear history to all religions and they tend to acquire layers of structure that obscure their real and first meaning and intent. They are like an ocean goingship with too many parasites attached to the bottoms of their structure and there is so much drag while trying to move along.
I think at times they all need a good cleaning.
Jaxerback   posted:8/7/2012 1:44:29 AM  (Reply)
There are too many human parasites,and that is a fact.I personally am sick of all the blatant abuse of power by people who should by their nature not have any...as you probably aware of,people who crave power over other people are mentally unbalanced ,and in fact could be considered psychotic!!
All of our nations "leaders" therefore are selfish psycho's .
Its a scary theory!!
ghost1384   posted:8/8/2012 8:54:36 AM  (Reply)
The truly scary part is the simple fact that most people are blind to the power these others hold.
spiritech0   posted:8/8/2012 10:51:46 AM  (Reply)
Leadership seems to depend on the authority, like I don't want surgery performed on my brain by a monkey holding a poo-crusted club. Reincarnation seems like an "immortal" narcissist's idea of justifying their addiction to abuse. For example, this quote: "As man now is, God once was. And as God is, man may become." Even ancient alien theorists agree that every creature has a parent of sorts. Evolutionary theorists believe a particle eventually becomes an intelligent creature capable of becoming a powerful influence on the existence. But reincarnation?

It seems similar to spirit or body or other material possession, which I suppose is okay if you're posessing your own body, whatever laws that falls under. But what of memory? What kind of monster goes Manchurian Candidate on everyone so they suffer misery after misery then says, "Rape? Murder? It's okay, just live it up because in your next life the [enemy of choice] will be thy b1tchez."?

If I have any control over my sentience when my mortal body dies in 300 years, I'll do my best to let you know what's up. But if everyone's right, and you can reincarnate, or go to a rest place, or travel the cosmos, or become a god if you want... neato.
gary107   posted:8/8/2012 12:17:24 PM  (Reply)
it is claimed that the "little people" live to be 300 years old. The quote is from Mormonism. I did not know they believed along those lines.
Jaxerback   posted:8/9/2012 7:53:45 PM  (Reply)
There are plenty of those little fellows in my Country!!
Never experienced anything personally,but the tales go back for many generations!!
pams1966   posted:8/11/2012 9:40:12 PM  (Reply)

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Jaxerback  posted:6/21/2012 9:44:37 PM  (Reply)
I came across a book lately,and it has really opened my eyes on the subject.
Although I have read countless stories down the years,nothing has really made me "believe",until now.
The book is entitled "Many lives,Many masters, written by Dr Brian Weiss,1988.
Dr Weiss is not an easily fooled man,he headed the Psychopharmacology unit at the university of Miami,and was appointed chief of Psychiatry soon after where he published thirty-seven scientific papers and book chapters in his field.
As he says himself,years of disciplined study had thought him to think scientifically and to disregard anything that could not be proven by traditional scientific methods.
Then a young woman became one of his patients,and changed his life.
I recommend reading the book,but the doctors last quote is this,"I hope that you will be helped by what you have read here,that your own fear of death has been diminished,and that messages offered to you about the true meaning of life will free you to go about living yours to the fullest,seeking harmony and inner peace and reaching out in love to your fellow humans."
Good advice me thinks...
I have the Book and have read it many times, you are right if nothing can convince you, this can. I Love the Book and recomend it to everyone. It is an eye opener


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