Who has visited their past life location(s)?

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  1. MAATKE-RE

    MAATKE-RE Probationary Member

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    I like to travel but always stay up to three months in a place if I like it, I like to take my time and wake up in my own time... I don't to travel in a group. I can see that you are from Spain, Spain has so much history. I never been there but my best friend who is an Architect ( and was in my past life his name was SENEMEN, SEN-MUT brother.) has been their and had send me pictures of the old architecture.
    Go back to, and be happy... You will have that sence of peace and that you are home...
    When I went to Egypt it was wonderful to be there, the people was wonderful, I want to go back and live there, but the turmoil in that part of the region keep me from going back.

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  2. There and back again

    There and back again Senior Member

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    Never knew of those, I really do want to leave the states for somewhere like New Zealand and start fresh. I Really hate the climate where I live and the economy is a joke for the young to middle aged, the only areas with any real job growth is the big cities and I loathe living in big cities with a passion.
     
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    New Zealand is a bad choice, I guess, as well as a big part of Australia, all because of the ultra-violet radiation from the sun, which in the Southern Hemisphere arrives to the Earth's surface almost freely, due to defects in the ozone layer in those latitudes. Just imagine how you'll be forced to put anti-sun creams every time you get out to the street (not to the beach), sun-glasses, and so on. And earthquakes.

    I daresay, what you want is to emigrate, not to travel. Should try learning languages: English is OK in many countries, but to really merge with the natives, you should speak their language. It's a bit like a kind of "re-incarnation light". Ever considered Brazil? You'll learn there things about your sexuality you didn't suspect you ever had. And life there is relatively cheap. Or Ukraine, Romania, Moldavia. Europe is OK (and much safer), but expensive, IMHO.
     
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    Cyrus Senior Member

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    Talking of architecture: just remembered reading somewhere about an American tourist who complained that the Spanish architecture looked suspiciously too Californian for her...

    Regs.
     
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  5. Sasha Y

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    Cyrus, having lived in Europe and the US, I can tell you that most of Europe is not more expensive than the US - except maybe places like Switzerland. And places like the Canary Islands (part of Spain) are very cheap for living, plus great climate. That's where I am right now.

    I like Australia too, but that one is indeed more expensive than both the US and Europe.
     
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    I meant more expensive compared only to Brazil, Ukraine, Romania & Moldavia - the countries I was suggesting to There and back again for a visit.

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  7. Sasha Y

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    If it's about moving to another country, the living cost is just one of the factors to consider. The living cost is only really an advantage if your income or pension comes from a more expensive place. If you have to earn money in the low income place, it is not much of an advantage living there.

    Plus, places like Brazil and Ukraine aren't exactly safe. Not to mention the language barrier that needs to be considered.

    For Americans, a place like Costa Rica might be better (and safer). Bali, Thailand, Vietnam are also good options. And since Romania is a part of the EU, you can just as well go to a nicer cheap country within the EU like Portugal or parts of Spain.
     
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    I am pretty much dead set on going to NZ and Brazil is one of the worst options for being me an introvert, I would do Europe but there is a lot of problems over there right now and it is not something I want to deal with for another time so to say.

    Few places can put a smile on my face like NZ as I love the mountains and all those amazing landscapes.
     
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  9. Enrique

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    I am mexican with spanish descent. I love to draw, paint and tattoo. Since I was a kid I loved to draw and paint. My mother banned me from markers and crayons as a kid because I would freely paint on the walls. I remember telling friends and cousins as a kid "I feel like the pencil controls my hand and I feel like I have an unfinished drawing or painting that needs to be finished" imagine a 6 year old saying that. Last year I started seeing a therapist and she's been making me meditate but in a manner where I see images in my head that pop out of nowhere. Everytime I see myself I'm painting in a beach or in a studio. My therapist suggest that I was a painter in a past life. A couple months ago I went to Barcelona and oh my.. I felt so alive being there especially in the gothic quarter! I visited "Els cuatre gats" where a bunch of artist use to gather and just party it up and I felt so happy like I was having a great time with friends the vibes were so strong but I was only with my wife lol. I felt like I was home and I did not feel like a tourist. There were some areas where I did randomly feel an unpleasant vibe like a scared sensation. After talking with my therapist she suggested I have a past life in Barcelona and the bad vibes was my soul feeling something bad that had happened to me there before. I have not done a past life regression. I have only brief bits and pieces of what I think is some of my past life. It feels so good to write this because I tell no one but my therapist, my wife looks gets mad if I even say the word past life and I'm not to open on telling people.
     
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    Thank you for posting Enrique, and welcome to the forum.
     
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    Hola, Enqrique, encantado de conocerte.

    I feel very like you when I go to Italy, and even in some parts of Barcelona and suburbs, especially with old buildings, I have flashes of memories like I recognize the places and situations, and I get so emotional, no te imaginas, compadre.... I know it was NOT Spain, but Italy (though these two countries are very similar) where my past life took place, because of the landscapes. But it's very like what you feel.

    Un abrazo muy fuerte, Enrique, te deseo todo lo mejor. Cuidate mucho.
     
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    Thats amazing. I've always been really interested in Italy! I heard it's wonderful and from the stuff I see on the internet. Mucho gusto! Igualmente te deseo todo lo mejor! Cuidate :)
     
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    Hi, me too - Italy, Rome to be more specific. I was there when I was a kid and was remembering my past life there, the statues were the same etc . Also when older visiting Grand Canaries, knew I had been there before, knew my way around. Also New York. Same in France, Paris, the Eiffel tower - all from experienced past life as "Anna" (young in the 1950's, died in the 1970's). Anna's husband would carry camera with him and take lots of photos, especially of the childr and her and she felt a bit embarrassed but he was a very serious photographer and she would make funny faces instead ;) In NY for instance when Anna was photographed with her husband outside on the street by apartment building, memories I had had years before, was proof to me when I saw a photograph of them with that surrounding, background.
    /Li La,
     
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    Ministargazer Ministargazer

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    So far, I have travelled to past life locations of one life previously lived - San Francisco, L.A., California, U.S.A., Chicago, New York, New Orleans - and found that when I got there I began to slip back into the old patterns, unconsciously reliving that life - "Go Back Jack" and do it again. It seems that our karma is always there waiting for us to return ...
     
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    I visited one place, not really expecting anything in particular, but to get a feel for the town, see whether I would recognise anything. It was late summer and tourists were flocking to some sort of festival. The atmosphere, like the weather was warm and pleasant. Did I recognise anything? I'm not sure, it felt very welcoming and enjoyable to wander the streets, I enjoyed eating outside at a pavement cafe and having some wine too.

    There were though a few little oddities, things which seemed a bit disturbing. One was, one of the spectators at the festivities had collapsed in the street and there was blood. I felt as though I should do something but others were nearer than me and already seemed to be taking care of him. It was a crowded place that day. Someone tried to lift my camera which was dangling from a strap around my neck, but I was strangely unperturbed, it was almost as though I was waiting for it to happen, inviting it, that was a rather foolish way to carry the camera but I didn't care. I caught hold of the strap and stopped anything further. If I'd been alone in a quiet alley there might have been violence, but in a busy street it was unlikely, the perpetrator vanished into the crowd.

    Afterwards, years after in fact I started to consider that it had almost been like a stage set, I'd been acting out my role and others had unwittingly played their parts, it seemed to echo some things which might have happened, not just like that, not the same, but somehow a re-invention or rewriting of the script, as sometimes happens when a book is made into a film, and the screen version bears some resemblance but deviates from the original.

    Some of the people I met there, traders and tourists seemed like friends, or like people I knew, that's not to say they actually were the same, but again, playing out some roles in my play.

    Overall an enjoyable visit, but a little thought-provoking too.
     
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    I'm about to spend a weekend in Paris, where in my PL I had a week's army leave. I remember in detail a lot of that week, and what I did. I'm going back to retrace my steps in certain places, so it should be an interesting time, I hope.
     
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