I'm not sure how everyone else remembers their past lives. For me, it seems to come like a movie. I'm never quite myself interacting in the scene, but it doesn't really feel like I'm an outsider who's just watching them, either. In any event- sounds usually trigger recollections for me. The most recent was a creak of a wooden floor. Instantly, I was back on a wooden ship that made similar noises. I don't know the purpose, but I know it was connected to my early 1840s-sometime before the start of the 20th century life. I'm guessing it might've been something akin to a riverboat, but I can't say for certain. My mother, who was on the ship with me, hated it. I can remember one of my brothers telling us how awful it was to be on a boat, and having the feeling that he hammed up his own experience. I remember sitting down on the deck to write a letter and in a journal, and someone I know coming up behind me and startling me. I don't know who I was writing to, but I believe it was a friend of another one of my brothers, and having the feeling that whoever surprised me would have no problem informing my brother of that correspondence. A roundabout way of getting to my question, which was- does this happen to anyone else? How do you see your past life memories, if you see them at all? Thanks for reading, and please stay well.