Freud Points to Childhood for Many of Our Problems – It is Mainly Past Lives. Spirits have reported that Freud’s search for people’s inner problems didn’t go back far enough. It wasn’t childhood that was the cause of many mental difficulties – it was the effects of traumas and events in past lives. Click here to watch my YouTube video.
Trials or more precisely deliberate classes to teach you exactly what you need to learn. All set up beforehand by the Supreme Intelligence.
Contrary to what most of us have been taught, we aren’t here to merely be born into a random family, survive childhood, escape our teenage years without major injury and then it’s off to the world to be successful. We are on earth, just as we were in previous lives to modify ourselves. We are tasked to completely internalize the need to be a better, kinder, charitable and honest soul.
To learn more about your current life, read this book – The Problem is the Solution
My book to teach you how to ascend in your current life, so you next life will be fashioned more to help you with experiences, instead of harsh lessons: How to Live – Inner Peace through Spiritism
What I Learned About My Past Lives. More information was revealed to me about what I have done in the past. Knowledge of your past wrongs may explain what you are going through in your life today. Click here to watch my YouTube video.
In Leon Denis’ book, Life and Destiny, he relates different stories about reincarnations. In one intriguing anecdote, which occurred in the summer of 1862, he tells us that Prince Galetzin and Count R were together in Hamburg;
“One evening during a stroll they found a poor woman lying on a bench. Finding she was hungry and penniless, they took her to the hotel and fed her. After she had satisfied a ravenous appetite, the Prince, who possessed magnetic powers (meaning he knew how to hypnotize people), desired to experiment with her.” (Denis, 2012, p. 165)
Joseph Mery – A 19th century French writer who believe he lived during the reign of Augustus, the Emperor of Rome.
According to Wikipedia, Joseph Mery was writer of stories, satires, and plays. He lived in France, and was born in 1797 and died in 1866.He was an acquaintance of Alexandre Dumas, who wrote the Count of Monte Cristo, and many other famous works.
Joseph Mery believed he lived in the time of Augustus, at the height of the Roman Empire. Read more.
The question of the origin of the human spirit, our soul, the beginning of our immortality has been in the forefront of introspective questioning by humankind since the beginning of time. While some may believe that we are mere material beings who disappear forever upon physical death, many of us understand the presence of God, the Supreme Intelligence of the universe. We have faith that we have a soul. How did we arrive at being a distinct soul, a spirit is the question explored in this article. Read More.
Hannah Robinson experienced just the first few stages of a Near Death Experience (NDE), one of detachment from her body and a feeling of complete peace and love. Yet, this small episode embarked her on a self-discovery of her life and her relationship with her father. Read More.
Camilo Branco was a famous Portuguese author who lived in Portugal in the 19th century, he committed suicide in 1890. Communicating with the medium Yvonne Pereira, Camilo told his story. Part of his narrative is the history of his past lives. Camilo was one of the hecklers as Jesus struggled by, carrying the cross, on the way to be crucified. Read More.
Many religions believe in reincarnation, but why does Spiritism believe in it? Spiritism considers the early Christians also professed knowledge about our souls reincarnating, but this belief dissipated over the centuries after Christ. Spiritism renews the teachings of Christ and supplements them with the revelations promised to us. Read More.
We have a section in our NorthWest Spiritism blog; Reincarnation Stories – where we find histories of past lives from people mentioned in Spiritist’s books. These fascinating short glimpses into the multiple lives of others can help us understand our own trajectory and where decisions in one life can lead to circumstances in another. Read More.