Hello, everyone I would like to share my experience. I am 19 now and I had past life memories as a child. I didn’t recall any names, places or events, or maybe I did and forgot about them. But I am quite sure that I remember who I was (my personality and preferences) and I still believe that in my present life I am not so different as I was in my past life/lives. I was born as a non-European girl in a small place to atheist parents. For a long time, I thought I was an European boy from the past(1940s or earlier), and I didn’t know anything about Europe or the past. Before I was 15, I lived in a strange state. I was living in both the past and the present. It is very hard to explain, I was partly held back in my previous life and partly aware of my present life. This is actually not so bad because in my opinion, my previous life was great while my present life is so miserable. I never liked my name, it looks and sounds strange to me. It didn’t bother me that much, especially before 15, but when I was 3 or 4 years old, I really hated my name for a while and wanted to change it but couldn’t think of a name I liked. I also don’t like how I looked. Although just like my name, I hardly thought about this before 15. Before I was about 6, I thought I looked a lot different than how I actually looked. I might have remembered my appearance clearly back then, now I am unsure about it. I think in my previous life, I was between 4-12 years old and had brown hair and blue eyes. After I realised how I looked, I didn’t like it and was upset about it. Apart from disliking my name and my appearance, I had experienced some sort of gender dysphoria and culture shock. I don’t remember talking about anything related to my past life with my parents when I was little. Although if I ever talked about my past lives or spoke another language, they would probably think it was nonsense and forgot about it. However, I do remember a conversation I had with my grandmother when I was around 5. We were talking about something, and she asked ’You prefer girls, right?’ I answered ‘No, I prefer boys.’ I remember wondering why she asked the question as I thought it is quite obvious because I am a boy, of course I would prefer boys. My parents used to ask me to choose my clothes, shoes and toys. At first, I chose clothes and shoes that are for boys, and my parents told me that I cannot have them because they are for boys, after a few times, I stopped doing so. However, they were fine with me choosing boys’ toys. As a child, I have read or heard stories (usually classics from more than 100 years ago) written by European authors and seen things that originated or existed in past Europe. (I didn’t know they were from Europe back then.) I found these stories and objects very interesting and pleasant. In contrast, the culture and language of my native land always seem weird and extremely boring. Another thing I really dislike about my present life is the modern world. I have no interest in most things invented or made after the 1940s. This is also the reason why I believe I lived in the 1940s or earlier in my previous life. My parents are atheists, they only believe in science and they enjoy using modern technologies. I was educated to only believe in science, and for a long time(especially age 6-12), I believed that anything cannot be proved by science and any religious ideas were completely wrong. I had also completely forgotten about anything that happened before age 6 when I started receiving education. At age 15, I was in the most horrible situation of my life, and I started to remember what happened before I was 6. At the same time, I began to fully become aware of my present life. At age 12, my school started to teach English and I also learnt about Europe. I began to watch some films and tv shows from mainly Britain and America because I found them interesting, particularly the ones about the past. Even though the school had English classes, I learnt English from the films and the shows. I was usually getting median grades in school, but I always got the highest grade in English. I could spell most words correctly based on their sounds without trying very hard to memorise them, but I found my classmates often could not do that. I felt I never tried hard to learn English unlike how I was learning other subjects. Apart from that, I was never good at my native language. I frequently got the lowest mark in school and besides being able to understand enough to study other courses, I only knew basic communications. An English teacher who believed that I had excellent understanding in English asked why I was good at it, I couldn’t explain. So she told me a story about a little girl who can speak French without ever learning it while not able to speak English. I was afraid of a lot of things for no reason (Although now I suppose my past life experiences might be the reason) and possibly still am. Basically, the things that I do not like are the things that scare me. For example, I do not like modern technology and any culture besides European culture and I am also afraid of them. And being an European child in the past explains that. I recall that I used to play with some other children, they seemed to really want to grow up and always pretend to be grown-ups in games, while I just want to be a child. In addition, I wanted things that I never seen before, mostly toys such as rocking horses, jack in the box, dolls house and wind up toys. Furthermore, for a long time I thought my family was poor but in reality my family was middle class. Additionally I wanted to have a job and I was very upset that child labour was illegal. Another thing I was interested in was the circus though I have never been to one. Now that I live in Canada, the thing that bothers me most is modern life. I have noticed from an early age that products now have much worse quality than before and people now are extremely wasteful. Later I found out it was because of planned obsolescence which, in my opinion, is a horrible idea. But most people including my parents don’t believe that. I think it is because most people didn’t have experience of living in about 100 years ago and suddenly woke up and found the world has changed. I tried past life regression, it wasn't successful. Thank you for reading this. My writing might be too long and does not make sense and I am not good at explaining things. I basically described my entire life. If you have any questions or suggestions just let me know. And I would like to know if anyone have similar experiences.