What Are The Four Signs Of Children's Past Life Memory?

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    You can often tell when children are sharing past life memories as opposed to “making” up stories by the tone of their voice and the way they express whatever it is they say to you. When children make up stories you can see their little minds ticking over whilst they “create” the story in their own head first and then communicate it to you.

    If it is a traumatic past life memory, children can sometimes get upset recalling it – but in a lot of cases, children discuss past life memories in a very matter-of-fact way, then just get up, or turn away and carry on with what they’re doing originally (much like they got caught up in a moment of reverie).

    Consistency is another way of working out a tale from truth, children will often forget their "lies" or details from stories they've told before, but with real memories, they are drawing from something deep within their consciousness and so the details will remain the same.

    THE FOUR SIGNS of CHILDREN’S PAST LIFE MEMORY

    *Abridged from Children's Past Lives by Carol Bowman,
     
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