The medieval memories sharing circle

Discussion in 'Past Life Memories' started by Sunniva, Nov 16, 2011.

  1. Guillaume_D

    Guillaume_D Senior Member

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    I remember a few lives in middle age. I note there are a few monks here, and I was one too. I was a benedictine copyist in Italy in 11th century. My abbey was ravaged by an attack of normans, and I lost my faith in God.
    It's interesting to see that earlier I had another life as a viking, and I was part of raids on cities and abbeys. Good example of karma, no ?
    I had another life as an esquire of a knight in actual Belgium. And one as a thief punished by pillory.
    These are the lives in Europe. But in middle age I had also two lives in India: one as a yogi hermit, and one as a female dancer in a temple ( a devadasi).

    It's difficult to talk about a life in two words, it's reducing. There's so more to tell about each of them...
     
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    I’m taking this chance to leave this here for anyone who might possibly come across it in the future and see it. Anyone from the late 14th century, possibly from the royal court? I know I was Alice Perrers, lady in waiting to Queen Philippa of Hainault, and mistress of King Edward III of England. I have already found one person from this time and place, but I’m taking the opportunity to reach out and see if anyone else finds any of this familiar.
     
  3. Richard St. Clair

    Richard St. Clair Active Member

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    I recently did a past life regression using a youtube video by Brian Weiss. As I went back, I experienced being in a very constricting set of armor, and I think it was probably in the early 15th century and I would think also in France, but as I was in this suit of armor, suddenly I was amidst a group of dancing women who were gaily dressed and it was a wonderful time, but this was a very very fleeting memory and I don't know yet quite what to make of it, but it was quite a vivid memory and I think it was probably true. It was a very happy experience and I am interested in looking into it further, perhaps even doing another past life regression. The youtube regression with Brian Weiss was only a 30 minute session so I think I may need to do a longer regression with a CD which I got recently. I am quite new to past life regression so any help anyone can give me would be much appreciated. Thank you very much.
     
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  4. Spirit Sword

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    I only have Medieval and before memories for some odd reason.

    A few small memories from 1100's Japan. Mostly sitting quietly, riding horses, walking down streets. Contemplating my own impending demise. The little stuff.

    Then there was 1200's in England. I have this really vivid memory. I was with a group of people where I was either in charge or high up on the chain of command. We weren't decked out for war, yet suddenly we found ourselves surrounded by soldiers and were forced to surrender. I was being manacled by someone I knew quite well and felt extremely betrayed they would do this to me (even if I did or did not deserve it). Then there was a sequence of brief glances at being imprisoned.

    You'd think I wouldn't like the Middle Ages, given the negative experiences. I still love them, always have.
     
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  5. YouAgain

    YouAgain The Proverbial Bad Penny

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    As someone who had several lives in medieval Europe, I am interested in meeting others who experienced that time. My lives rather ran the gamut. Once as a rich fella who died of plague, once in a flash as an older woman who was working with herbs or plants in an outdoor shed, and once as a royal person. The lives I have an overall good feeling about are the rich man, who was a very good natured, spoiled, hedonistic, but basically kind hearted sort, and the woman who worked with plants. I had the flash of being her when I was about 18 and it was a very good feeling. She was content. The poor royal was----well, I don't think she was very happy when she died. I've been looking into her history and I can see why and exactly what I carried over into my distinctly UN-royal modern life from her. To my eternal regret, it wasn't the jewels. I would love to speak to others from this time. Horrible as it could be---and you don't get much more horrible than the Black Death---I still have a feeling of comfort and pleasure in certain things of the times. To this day a holiday isn't a real holiday unless it is celebrated a la the 1400s.
     
  6. fireflydancing

    fireflydancing just a fly in the sky Staff Member Super Moderator

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    Hey, it's YouAgain!

    Hi, I am certainly interested in Medieval Europe but it's so complicated. I do have lives in Europe in that past but I cannot make a timeline for myself. I tend to call all those memories 'medieval' but that doesn't mean I'm correct with that.
    It's so difficult to pinpoint any date, especially when there seem to be several past lives in the same area.

    Peasant life doesn't follow the latest fashions of the upper class. They keep on doing the same things for centuries.

    Another problem is: it seems that I had a lot of lives in which I died young. As a child or as a young adult. The oldest age I can remember by now must have been somewhere in my thirties. When I am reliving a past life, I see it through my old eyes (immature and not educated) so I am absolutely clueless about political, socio-economical or historical circumstances.
     
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  7. Klaud

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    There is something rather homey about medieval life. Maybe it was the over all simplicity and the satisfaction of having to do everything yourself.

    My experience with the medieval Europe was really only one lifetime that ended rather badly with me being burned alive. Personally, I wouldn't go back and do it again, but it's something worth remembering.
     
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    I had memories of a life in 1400s Wales. I was able to describe the geography of the landscape, and a chronology of events that I later learned really had happened. My husband died in a tragic way, which, I believe, is why I remembered those years. I never made peace with it, nor with him. Sometimes I wonder if I should visit the place, but I sense it would be like a graveyard without the people I knew and loved.
     
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  9. Richard St. Clair

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    I did a brief regression a few months ago and came up with a past life as a medieval music copyist. I visualized my hand in the act of writing seated next to a master copyist. It might have been two past lives, as in one flash I saw a page of ancient music writing called neumes, but in another flash I saw a more modern style of script. It was just a flash, no other details. As a musician and composer I am not surprised that I had at least one past life in music, but I've also had a strong flash about being an American composer named Arthur Foote, (19th-early 20th c.) whose music my own in this life strongly reflects. Also his life is very reminiscent of mine. I just have a very strong feeling he was a past life of mine. I've never had such a strong feeling. when I look at his sheet music or listen to it on CE, I have the reaction, "That's mine."
     
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