Who has visited their past life location(s)?

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  1. SeekerOfKnowledge

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    There is a landscape in Germany which looks a lot like Tuscany, but if you feel drawn to Italy, it is most likely that you lived there.
    I wish I could go to Rome, at the same time, I would be kinda afraid of what I would feel. When nothing looks like it should anymore. I think I spent parts of at least three lives there. As a public slave, as a poor cobbler/girdle maker boy and as either the servant of somebody really rich or as a nobleman.
    Didn't recognize a thing in Paris, but then I didn't walk the same streets. The quarters where the lower class people lived will have changed a lot, too.
    I feel also drawn to Spain, but I do not have any memories of a past life in Spain yet. Maybe one of the unsorted puzzle pieces belongs there, but I cannot be sure.
     
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    I agree, they are very different... My father in this life was from Italy (Rome), and there is none like Tuscany. Go, for the regression. I will like to go there someday and drink wine I heard that is very good.
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    Not exactly. And the strong pull you feel already suggests that it is Tuscany indeed.
     
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    Its beautiful, can imagine galloping on a horse...It that you in the picture?

    :)
     
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    Thank you for your advice, MAATKE-RE, and for sharing.
    Regards.
     
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    No; at least not this life's me.
     

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    These images are beautiful, you must feel really homesick. Even though there are beautiful places in your current country, too.
     
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    Good Morning, Cyrus, I totally understand your reaction to visiting Tuscany. Twenty some years ago I had taken my Mother to Ireland where some of our ancestors came from and upon landing in Dublin when we walked out of the airport the first thing I did was take a deep breath and kneel down and kiss the ground because like you it felt like a homecoming. I felt such a strong connection to that place, something like I never really left there.
     
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    Hi Pyohn. I've been looking for people with connections to Ireland and Dublin in particular.

    Do you know the life that this connection stems from?
     
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    I also kiss the ground when I arrive in the airport in Cairo, EGYPT.
    I FELT THAT FINNALY I WAS HOME...
    I stayed 3 months it was the most happy moments of my life. Everyone love me. The strange part was, since my arrival in immigation and every were I go, I was welcome in this way:
    "Welcome back to your Home" ?
    I recrived so many gifts from so many strangers...
    In the Cairo Museum they look at me and said..." I seeing you here before..." and Ianswered Nop, its my first time." And they keep saying yes, one officer told him that I look like the statue of HATSHEPSUT and he reacted "YES! you look like Hatshepsut!... I smiled and thought if they just know the truth. Well, including in the Hotel they keep saying thst I have been there before, including in the jewlery stores... I sail the Nile every day from 4-6 and sleep as I did 3,500 years ago. Being in my home brought a sence of peace and gladness.
    Regards.
     
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    Gorgeous, look!
     
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    I've never thought of those sights as beautiful, it hasn't even occurred to me to associate such a word with them.
    They just make me weep like mad. On the other hand, the landscapes related to the sea-coast, e.g., are really beautiful for me.
    Sometimes I think whether have reason those people who say that this is a planet-prison and we all serve terms for something bad we did before all this reincarnation parafernalia had begun - I feel very confused. If it's true, it shouldn't matter to me if in one of such periods I was a Tuscan or smth. of the kind - but it does matter to me and I want to return just there, not to where I was before I became guilty of whatever they condemned me for...
     
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    Thank you for sharing, Pyohn, I quite understand you. Though I have nobody among my relatives who had any, even remote, ancestry, from Italy. Not even professionally related to that country. And I started to learn Italian at the age of 7 years, all by myself, and without saying a word to anybody. Then my mom discovered my manuals and the dictionary that I had bought by post with my candy-money, and she was very disturbed by this, first of all because she didn't want it to interfere with my school studies.
     
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    One lifetime that really stands out lately for me is in the forest foothills of the Himalaya in the Kashmir area. I even met someone who I was together with in that lifetime and we could both remember being slaves/servants there. I get the sense that I was a free Indian woman and that we were conquered and enslaved by Persians around 6/7th century BC.

    As far as going there, I always felt that I never, ever want to be back in India again. It's like a feeling of dread or hopelessness. At the same time, I do like the area there and feel some connection when looking at the pictures of Kashmir and the mountains in the distance.
     
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    That is wonderful Sasha, that you found someone from that past life time. And for me, I found everyone except for three of them who I believe are in hell.
     
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    I really want to travel but lower class existence economically doesn't permit that, I do feel like I have gotten around before though and certainly have broad tastes music and cuisine that isn't normal for my age group.

    Hope someone enjoys this.



     
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    Very beautiful! This music reminds me EGYPT 3,500 years ago! WAO! It's this song Arab? Gorgeous! Also sounds Like the music from India. I am enjoining it very much.
     
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    Ever tried Couchsurfing or BeWelcome?

    I used the 1st one, but not so much for economy as because I hate to travel as a tourist. Have never been in a place with a language I couldn't talk.
     
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