Recently on Facebook, someone posted this YouTube video about a very interesting reincarnation story. It’s a truly fascinating bit of video that was shown on FOX news.
Here’s the Link:
I hear about so many situations where the child is saying “I was this person. This is what I did. This is where I lived. My wife’s name was ___.” And since the parents don’t believe in the stuff and have no reference for it, they literally don’t know what to do. It freaks them out. They try to talk the kid out of saying all the stuff – sometimes using punishment. Which of course confuses the child.
In the wrong hands, certain religions or cults, the head person – whoever that may be – would say the child is possessed, which would lead to all sorts of horrible experiences. It’s amazing what people do in circumstances that cause them to be afraid. When, in reality, the child is only saying the truth.
It reminds me of a famous story about a little boy about 4 who had a brand new brother or sister. He kept insisting that he wanted to be in the room with the baby alone. Well, the parents didn’t know what to do with that. So they decided to let him be with the baby, but they had the room monitor on so they could hear. The little boy didn’t know the room monitor was on. Apparently, he went over to the infant, leaned down and whispered, “Help me remember. I’m forgetting who God is.”
Anyway, beautiful story.
We all forget the older we get. We all forget being connected, re-membering the truth about who God is, who we are, that we are a divine being having a human experience, that joy is our natural state of being, and that struggle and strife are human creations, that love heals everything and is the greatest force in the Universe.
Debbie “Takara” Shelor