The Four Signs of Children's Past Life Memory

Discussion in 'Children's Past Lives -Age 7 & under' started by Deborah, Aug 1, 2003.

  1. argonne1918

    argonne1918 Senior Registered

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    Welcome, Ivory67. First start keeping a journal and write down everything that your son says relating to his past life or lives. As time goes on you may be able to do some research. See if you can get him to tell you what his name was, name of the town, etc. Have you read the book "Soul Survivor"? It's about Jame Leninger who remembers being a World War II pilot shot down in 1945. Carol is the one who advised his parents on what to do when he was having nightmares.
     
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    My 13 yr old has been having terrors since age 4 help!


    My 13 yr old daughter has been having the same night terror since she was about 4. she wakes up saying "we have to go, he is gonna get us, lets go home, the man is coming!" she is moving around and up but not awake although she looks wide awake! she has been sick with strep throat for three days and with fever. the fever has brought out the terrors again. everynight for three nights in a row. the man is coming and she needs to go! i have found her in my yard in the past trying to leave! last night i went along with her. i asked simple questions instead of trying to wake her. she said the same thing as always .. "the man is coming we need to leave.. he wont leave me alone." at one point she even woke and said she couldnt breath he was on her chest and when she woke he was staring in her face and wouldnt get up! i tried asking what year it was and what the room looked like but all i got was i dont know! please help!
     
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    Welcome to our group. It sounds to me like she is probably remembering a traumatic past life event. It might help her to see a therapist who is open to past life memories. Others here may have more advice.
     
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    Is your daughter interested in remembering? Does she remember anything even for a few seconds after waking up?


    If so maybe ask questions that relate to the emotions or circumstances of the memory such as "why is he after you" or "who are you trying to get to run with you" (she may be able to answer those better and then remember more from there).


    This is based on an unfortunate current life past situation...but... in that kind of situation all your energy is focused on the event and not much of you is worried about the year, address, or other 'at the time unimportant' details. Those details are important later for verification for a lot of things but at the time you only care about getting out of there. Trying to remember concrete things like that interrupts the flow of emotions and actions in the event and it can make you blank out the rest of the memory.
     
  5. Deborah

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    Hi Nfioretto,


    I suggest you contact Carol directly. Carol@carolbowman.com


    Also - have you read her 1st book? There are ways to deal with Night Terrors - see if this link helps. Please reassure her that she is OK - that she is safe now. Don't dig for who ~ what or when.....allow her to feel safe first.
     
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    thank you for replying everyone.


    I have not read.the first book but I have ordered it through Barnes and noble .. we have not seen a therapist I will be looking into that . I do treasure her whenever this happens . This time she ran into her brother's room and started shaking him to get up and go with her.I also noticed everytime this happens her hands have an issue either she is rubbing them or telling me they feel like they are burning and or numb. Since this is the first tome we had the terrors three nights in a row I was able to link the hand sittuation together . And although she does not remember anything but waking up at night she did tell me she noticed the hrs before bed that while awake we all seemed to be moving extremely fast! I do think she was able to take notice because it was happening for three days.. she wants to know as well. Last night we did not have night terrors but I did make her an herbal tea and added a little extra protection to her bedroom.. thank you
     
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    Contact Carol. She has contacts all over the country (the world even) and may know someone in your area that she can refer you to.
     
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    I am new to this forum. I have been reading other posts and was amazed other parents have had similar experiences. My son is now 8 years old. Since he was around two he has always said he is a soldier. His story has never changed. He says very matter of fact that he is a soldier and as soon as he "grows up again" he is going back to the military.


    He is fascinated with the military. He knows the names of various military weapons and gear. He will see something on tv and tell me the proper name of it and I have actually googled it before and found out he was right. He hasn't been around military people a lot and it's not something I know much about.


    Any ideas on how to tell if it is past life memories?
     
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    Welcome to our group. It sounds very much like it is past life memories. Start keeping a journal and write everything down. You can ask him open ended questions and see if he comes up with any more details. Usually the best times are when they are sleepy such as bed time, and riding in a car also puts them in the right mental state for remembering. Names, locations, etc. It would be interesting to know which war he was in. He is at the age when these memories start to fade. But there are also adults here who still have their past life memories. Have you read either of Carol's books? There is a lot of information in them. Also look at the book list and video archive section here.
     
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    Welcome to the forum! That is amazing what your son has said and his knowledge! I was very much the same at his age. I knew I wanted to be a soldier and studied the military. I used to stand on a foot stool saying I wish I was tall again. I have every plan of joining when I'm of age too! Hope your son speaks more on his memories, they sound very fascinating :)
     
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    When my brother was in high school they had a program called ROTC where people could join up and get a feeling of the military before enlisting. I don't know if it (or something similar) is available in your area but you might find it interesting.


    I also had a friend who joined something for the Army in junior high.
     
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    I will try and do some investigating in my local library and record department over the next week or so and will post anything I find out.Thankyou for your interest
     
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    A few years later my youngest son told me a story about how he became my son. He was 4 years old when he told me In the same matter of fact way as my niece, he explained a place of such beauty I was almost envious of his memory. I wrote it on a pice of paper and put it in an envelope to give to him when he leaves home I also recorded the witnesses who were there at the time.


    John's Story


    "Before I was your baby I lived with God in a castle, the castle was very very big and there was a lot of smiley people there." "What did the castle look like?". "It was shiny and big and made with light stuff and glassy stuff." "Wow, light and glass" did it ever break?" "Mommy your being silly" "What else did you see in the castle?" "Hmm, let's see there were really really a lot of colors." "Wow colors huh, what colors, were they like your crayons?" " No the colors didn't have gray in them" "This is gray the other colors don't have gray in them" "Yes they do" "No I don't see any gray in this red one" "Yes it is" "Wow, so the colors here have gray but the colors in the castle don't?" "yep,they're prettier too!" "What else do you remember about the castle?" "There was a buncha kids we we're all friends it was fun." "Who took care of you?" "The light people sang songs and danced for everybody." "Gee, it sounds really nice in the castle how did you get here?" "I asked God if I could be born he said yes so Here I am!" "WHO
     
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    Great information in this thread and a link to excerpts from Carol's first book.
     
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    My son, who is 16 now used to have horrible night terrors as a toddler. I can't remember him saying anything about previous lives when he was little but he did/does have some signs of having lived past lives. He is completely obsessed with WWII. He knows everything you could possibly know about tanks. His dad and I were in the Air Force so know nothing about tanks! Also we got out of the military when he was just a baby so he wasn't really around the military lifestyle. He also has dreams about fighting Nazis. So bizarre. When he was a baby, I felt like he was very upset at not being able to communicate. He would get frustrated and rake his face with his fingernails causing it to bleed. He would also get mad and bang his head really hard on the floor/wall/table. I always felt he was frustrated at not being able to talk. When he started talking, all that behavior went away. I thought perhaps he remembered being able to talk and was angry when he couldn't. I have always felt he was an old soul. He has never cared what other people think and just happily marches to the beat of his own drum.
     
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    Has he read about any WWII military people? Has he seen their pictures? Does he relate to any of them? Does he look like any of them? Does he or you know anything about George S. Patton? Maybe Montgomery "Monte"? James Leninger, who was a WWII pilot shot down in the Battle of Iwo Jima in a past life, bears an uncanny resemblance to his former self. See the book "Soul Survivor". Other children who have had their former lives identified also bear striking resemblances to their current selves.
     
  17. Christina Conrad

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    Yes, he has! He reads everything he can about it and is always recording stuff on the History Channel. Patton is one of his favorite generals but my son said he made a mistake getting rid of one of the tanks and going with a different one. I will have to look up some more WWII people and see if he bears any resemblance. One thing that is funny is that he is 16 and LOVES Frank Sinatra. Back on Veteran's Day, I volunteered with an association we have called MILVETS. One of my co-workers is the president of the club. She invited a WWII Iwo Jima veteran named Hershel "Woody" Williams. When I told my son he went NUTS. He said, "I Have to meet him!" I asked if it was ok and was able to get him on the guest list. I allowed him to skip school that day to go because it is very important and a once in a lifetime opportunity. Let me tell you, I had to ask my son to back off because he was asking so many questions talking to him that it help up the start of the ceremony! LOL! Then afterwards, I was ready to go and my son talked more with him and some other war veterans from the Korean and Vietnam war and we were basically the last people to leave. My son has such a deep respect for military he goes up to every person he sees (especially elderly) that have war veteran ball caps on and thanks them for his service. It truly blows me away that a 16 year old in this generation does that. He makes me proud. Here is a picture of him with Woody.
     

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    That's awesome, Christina. Made me tear up.
     
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    Really interesting read thank you!
    My eldest son, now 6, spoke quite eloquently at the age of 3 about a small house by the sea where he lived with this sister and her children. Needless to say he has neither a sister or children!
     
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    When my daughter was an infant she would laugh in her sleep (before she really even knew how to laugh) then about 30 secs later she would gasp for breath as if she was being choked or drowning. This happened every night for the first year, then tapered off.

    Now, at 5 yrs old, she does it about twice a month. The laughing...30 seconds later the choking. I want to know so bad what is going on. I have woken her up a couple times to ask and she forgets and wants to get back to bed.

    I have no doubt that it is how she died in her past life.
     

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