--- On Thu, 12/3/09, khepra wrote:
> Is reincarnation real or are we picking up on the imprints of
> peaple memories and thinking they're ours?
And the real question for me is "how do you test it?"
... and I don't yet know.
The important thing is people DO have "past-life memories" which, when cleared, make a huge improvement in their lives.
So you want to work within your unihipili's belief system.
It's that simple.
So you do what works.
There is no definitive evidence for reincarnation.
I published a paper called "Recycling: A New Theory of Reincarnaton" when I was going for my Master's Degree.
Here's the basic idea ...
We know that every single cell does have "cellular memory" ... and it's obvious that the cells in your body came from "somewhere" ...
... your mother's body at birth ... your DNA ... the food you ear ... the air you breath, etc.
And the odds are that the molecules which make up your current body once made-up another persons body.
So it is possible that some of the memories attached to those molecules could pop-up as if they were your own.
... and it more likely.
The Theory of Reincarnation is a belief system that developed to explain the phenomenon of people remembering things from the lives of deceased persons.
It's a strange phenomenon, deserving an explanation.
But, does a person "reincarnate" ... in toto ... from-lifetime-to-lifetime?
... I can't give an athoratative answer.
But, no one can.
If anyone says they do know, for sure, then run away quickly!
And keep studying!
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