Do you cry when you see your past life?

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  1. Zelda

    Zelda Active Member

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    For those who see and know who they were- do you cry at certain things that bring up your past life? For instance it could be a song, a building, or even a family photograph?
     
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    Well, not that I physically weep, but I do get fairly emotional, with a lump in my throat.

    Quite recently I was seeing a film, a comedy film, and there was a scene there when a ship appeared in a port, and I saw
    some sailors on its board - I nearly started to cry. They looked to me then a little like myself when I died at the age of 25 years in 1940 during what they call Taranto Battle, now.

    And some early mornings, when the sun peeps into my kitchen in some special way, I get terribly emotional, too, recalling a remote PL scene when I was getting ready to leave my home for a whole day, and my grand-mother was preparing a small parcel with some food that I had to take with me to eat at midday: just some ham, tomatoes, garlic, bread and cheese, and a bottle of home-made cichorium drink, still hot...
     
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  3. Zelda

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    Wow thank you for sharing this <3 I can feel the emotion in your words. I too have moments like that.
     
  4. Klaud

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    Videos or pictures of the Mongolian steppes always get me really emotional. I think some part of me desperately wants to go back, but it'd be a lot harder for me to make it out there now lol.

    Native American dances, like at a powwow, make me cry too.
     
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    Crying no, but i was stunned, totally stunned when i understood the strong connection between me and some shadow and lesser historical figures or some historical times.
     
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    months ago i've seen the movie of "the lost city of z" about the biography of percy fawcett. i had the same feeling when i see the men on his expeditions.
    also, the history of that explorer of past let me a lot of deep thinks, really, was not just a movie, but a jump of knowledge.
    now i am searching some nice movie with a perfect renconstruction of byzantine empire, and not only for reconstruction of my old previous life as artisan or magician but also for work, cause i am trying to create a game with this kind of settlement.
    but the only movie i found is "teodora" of '50 years. honestly i not want to see a movie about this whore of the past XD

    *facepalm*
    the unique movie about "byzanthium" is a vampires movie of 2012.
    uff. -.-
     
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  7. Cyrus

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    C'è qualcuno qui?

    Is there anybody here?
     
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    Sorry, i am busy these days, cause i am tring to fix my troubles with c++.
    but i read your comment. ^^
     
  9. Cyrus

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    I've just sent you a PM.
     
  10. Speedwell

    Speedwell Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

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    C++ is a powerful language, but I don't know whether it can be used to fix our troubles :)

    (Sorry, I understood your intended meaning, could not resist an alternative take).
     
  11. Elle C.

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    Sometimes I get angry at the places being in disrepair or "lost" from their former glory. Most of the time I am just incredibly curious about the changes or what happened to the people in them.
     
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    I recently was told about a movie plot that was a play on a past life that I had lived. A friend described the plot not realizing that I had strong ties to it and said that in the movie, instead of dying like I did, I (the movie character) live in the move and so does my baby and that was so hard for me because in dying that is what I wanted and in this life I still yearn to be reunited with my baby but I know it is part of my path to be in this life now. There was a time when I was concerned that I had only died and my baby had lived but I found out later that was not true either. I think my mind swims with what if’s and it pains me at times to see the faces of those who I loved in lives past and to feel alone in this life. I cry for the love and the loss.
     
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    Some things from history make me feel either sad, angry, homesick or alienated. Or amused. Or happy. Or guilty. Funniest thing I ever had were flashbacks and sudden memories from my current life.

    A few days ago watching something partly historical (something mentioned in another forum gave me the idea, I thought I might confront myself with possible triggers just to see what happens, if anything at all) left me with my heart racing, pain in the heart, stomach ache, a strange feeling in my hands so strong it was almost painful and a headache where the third eye is. I already knew about a connection and a life at almost exactly the same time, but didn't expect THAT. What the heck have I done or experienced? Knowing my ID for sure wouldn't help, as even if my PL was documented and I could read up events, this won't be the same as remembering, and you never know if things were exactly as described. I am convinced that there is something traumatic I don't remember yet. Unfortunately, I have the unhealthy tendency to assume the worst, what ever I consider to be the worst at a given time.
     
  14. Deborah

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    I do sometimes. But there are different types of tears. Those of joy and those of pain. Like SeekerofKNowledge stated, the WHO I was isn't as important as the feelings and emotions. They are deeply seated in my soul. Roger Woolger talks about this a lot in his book. "Other lives Other Selves"
     
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    Hi, everybody:

    I should have liked to download this as an audiobook, even in English.

    I don't understand this "WHO I was".

    The first thing I noticed in my first regression into my nearest PL, was a sensation, a feeling of my young and healthy body, the body of a young man twenty odd years old.

    I had long forgotton how it felt, but I recognized it at once, it was ME, I had felt it in that way so many times before, and I couldn't understand how could I forget it for so long a time.

    And I knew for sure that it was MINE.

    It was undescribable !

    And the things I was thinking at the moment, and how I was thinking - I think now almost like then, I believe I haven't changed in the core,

    I'm the same, only in different material wrappings - and I cannot understand why somebody took away from me everything that I had then.

    So my tears are NOT of joy, as I know I'll never be able to return there, even as a tourist.

    Best Regards.
     
  16. RedSunshine

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    I do, I cried when I saw my family photograph. :(
     
  17. Ministargazer

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    Yes, sometimes unexplainable emotions simply overcome you. It has no reason, it has no logic. You just know and you cry.
     
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    Zelda,

    The only thing I can think of where I cried because of a past life connection would be when I broke up with my partner in this life back in 2018. I knew our LTR of 7 rs was karmic in nature as he was from England and I was from the US. I visited the UK many times and met his family friends. And while there I did get a senses that I once lived there back in the late 1800's and earlier during the middle ages. But strangely I did not pick up the karmic connection between us while in the UK. It was not until we broke up did I fine out. As two days after the break up I heard The Song by Enya Sumiregusa Wild Violet did I understood the past life connection between us finally. It was not England but Scotland where we knew each other. The relationship ended badly then as I committed suicide by throwing myself off the cliff at the Isle of Skye. I was 31 at the time.

    Even though things did not work out in this life between us I will always love the man unconditionally from a soul level regardless. I can't tell you how many times I played that song during the break up. At least now I can listen to it without crying anymore.

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    Enya - Sumiregusa (Wild Violet) - YouTube
     

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