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People Who Died And Claim To Be Reincarnated Share The Memories Of Their Past Lives

Reincarnation, also known as rebirth is the belief that we don't get to live just one life. The concept explains that the non-physical essence of a living being begins a new life in a different physical form or body after biological death. Usually, however, we can't necessarily consciously remember the lives we lived before even though our souls still bear all the good and bad deeds we've accumulated.

The following people claim to have been reincarnated except they also happen to have memories of who they once were. These are their stories.

The Same Dream, 300 Times Over

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"I had a very vivid dream well over 300 times. It's always the same. I'm a 31year old Australian male with zero paramilitary culture which is another reason that I cant process my dream where I'm a passenger in a helicopter flying over a town that appears Middle Eastern. We have just completed a mission and the radio goes off. This is a little weird, I really don't think the message is in English, but I understand it all the same. The dream flashes forward. Then it's me about to jump out of the plane, oddly with a rope in my hands. I'm not talking about climbing gear. But actual thick rope. We use it like a fireman's pole.

The ground troops are in 'formation' against the side of a large house. The team knocks in the door and I'm second or third in line. Quickly moving through a room and into the next I miss a young boy to my left and he shoots me. I've probably got four or five bullets in me. I always remember the wall behind, cracked a little like they've gone through. Then black. For a split second, I'm on a hospital bed somewhere with bright lights. Then nothing." WyldeWest / Reddit

A Boy Beyond His Years

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"I spoke in full sentences from a very young age. My mom was flipping through a National Geographic. With my little hands, I grab the thing, flip back several pages frantically, and then I put my face like an inch above the page. I just froze there, poring over this picture of a ruined monastery in a desert, drinking in every little detail. 'I used to live there,; I said. She laughed. 'No, you've always lived with me.' 'No, no. This was a long time before you were born,"'I told her.

So she pulls me back from the page and asks me, 'well, what did you use to do when you lived there?' She says I told her, 'I wrote books, and I grew vegetables!' And my little finger pointed at an outbuilding of the monastery and an empty field behind it. Well, I can't read yet. My mother said she got very cold and started shivering from head to toe. The caption of the photo was explaining that the monastery was nearly self-sufficient, gathering rainwater in cisterns to support vegetable gardens year-round behind the scriptorium where the monks produced copies of the Bible and other holy books." - faceintheblue / Reddit

Some Have Gone To Regression Sessions To Relive Their Past Lives

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Regression sessions are designed to bring back repressed or lost memories with hypnosis. Here's one person's experience: " I went to a past life regression session thinking it would just be a bit of fun. It was actually extremely intense. Since then I've had a few past life fragments come back to me. One was in Pompeii. I remember the ring my husband had given me. It was enormous and ugly, but he was so proud of it. I remember that he died from some kind of routine treatment that I nagged him to get, and how guilty I felt when I remembered that.

Another was in the mid-1800s. I remember the room I was in, the smell of the fire, the tightness of my corset, the way my dress felt under my hands. I would not remake the choices I made in that life, but I feel a strong pull to that time. I am positive I have had other lives too, but I don't remember enough of them to be sure. It is hard to articulate how these are different from imagination or dreams. They feel so real." - coffeeandarabbit / Reddit

But What Does It All Mean?

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"I have many memories that aren't my own. Houses, people, faces, events, they are very short and normal memories, very vivid, but not really special. Is there a story behind it all? No. If reincarnation does happen, I don't believe there's a much bigger picture. Or maybe there is and I'm missing it, but I feel like any guy and don't want to find out more about these memories."

So what is the point of recantation if it's real? In Hinduism, the idea is that nothing is permanent but the true purpose of each reincarnation is another attempt to reach our highest self and attain Nirvana. When we fail. we get another chance through rebirth until Nirvana is attained. Yet some people find that their reincarnation memories may be nothing more than just memories without purpose.

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Maybe It's All In Our Heads

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" I have Dissociative Identity Disorder. When I was younger and before I started seeing a psychologist, I thought I had experienced a past life due to one of the others in my head (who is a horse) having his own set of memories. I still entertain the thought sometimes, but I usually keep these things to myself.

But who knows? Maybe when I was born, some extra souls got thrown in? The others in my head don't have such memories though. Either way, if I believe them or not, the 'memories' are still there." - INeedToSlowDown / Reddit

The next time you have deja vu, examine the memory and ask yourself, is it really yours? For all you know you might have thousands of repressed memories tucked deep inside your soul from past lives.

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Uplifting

The World's Oldest Person Just Turned 119, But What's Fascinating Is How She Spends Her Days

The oldest person in the world just recently celebrated her 119th birthday in a nursing home in southwestern Japan. Now if you're picturing an immobile old lady who does nothing bt spend her days in bed, think again. This woman may be at the end of her days, but she is still full of life.

The way that she spends her every day should be an inspiration to all of us that we're never too old to put in the effort everyday to live it to the fullest. After all, what's the point in living if we don't actually feel alive? Here's how she does it.

She Has Watched The Whole World Change

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When you've lived almost a century and a quarter long, you're bound to probably feel like you're in your own science fiction movie by the end. The world has drastically changed over the years. When Kane Tanaka was born, in 1903 in Japan, life was much simpler. This was the same year that the Wright brothers powered their first flight. Kane grew up around her nine siblings before she married a rice shop owner when she turned 19 years old.

Since then she has lived through wonders including two world wars, two pandemics, the rise of technologies, and more life changes than we could possibly imagine.

Today, Her Routine Is Quite Unique

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​Just because she has lived a long and meaningful life, doesn't mean that she's done living each day to the fullest. What's really fascinating about Kane's long life is the way that she chooses to live every day.

It turns out that even at her nursing home, Kane wakes up every morning bright and early at 6 a.m. and spends part of her day studying mathematics. She keeps her mind sharp and alert by spending the day solving number puzzles and playing board games. She has gotten so good at this that in 2019, she became an expert in the game of Othello, a strategy board game, even beating the nursing home's younger staff.

She Has Broken New Records

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Kane is now part of the Guinness World Records and has been since turned 117 and became Japan's oldest living person. On her birthday, Guinness even tweeted her a happy birthday and shared a video of her from 2019, when she was officially given the title.

Unfortunately, while Kane has adapted to much of the modern world, she hasn't made it as far as setting her own Twitter account to reply. Nonetheless, everyone who saw the tweet was inspired by her will to live as well as the way she chooses to live.

She's Got The Right Attitude

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Tanaka sounds like a delightful woman who emits all kinds of positive vibes. Her personality exceeds her intelligence and love for math because just like the average person, Tanaka also shares a strong love for fizzy drinks and chocolate. In fact, when she was gifted a box of chocolates during her Guinness ceremony, someone asked her how many chocolates she wanted to eat, she replied, "100." And why shouldn't she? When you've lived that long there is no reason not to indulge and maximize life's little pleasures.

Tanaka carried the same attitude when she was crowned Japan's oldest person at 117 and celebrated with a coke. Tanaka's positivity is radiant and comes across in all her gestures. When she was sent flowers on Respect for the Aged Day, she expressed her gratitude by making a peace sign.

Maybe Chocolate Is The Key

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Tanaka has another three years to go until she breaks the all-time record for the oldest person that has lived, which right now is held by Jeanne Louise Calment from France, who lived to 122 years. Currently, she holds the record for the world's oldest currently living person since Jeanne has since passed.

What's interesting about these two women is their love for their chocolate. They say that Jeanne ate two pounds of chocolate a week! Could chocolate be the new fountain of youth? The answer is probably in how these two women carried themselves in their youth and the way they're able to see the good in the everyday. However, Japan is known to hold one of the longevity rates in the world which have increased significantly in the last 60 years.

How Much Longer Do You Have left?

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​No matter how old or young you are in this moment, you are still alive for a reason. Make every moment count, have no regrets. Live every day to the fullest and find within it a reason to be happy. If you're still looking for a purpose, take a quick zodiac reading here to find out what your universe has to say about you right now.

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