Early signs of remembering my past life? Need help :)

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  1. SisterPrincess

    SisterPrincess New Member

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    Hi everyone,
    I accidently found this forum a few hours ago and decide to post a question that i have been wanting to ask. But i dont know who and where to ask about this. I hope someone here could help me about this.
    I am a 30yo young woman, in a country in south east asia.
    All my life, i always feel i dont fit in. I feel people cant understand me.. Sometimes i want to end my life. But i know thats not a good thing.
    I had a dream when i was during my teens,
    I was in an open space, a backyard of a huge house/castle i believe. And i was in a part. I remember, i was a young lady wearing a dress, a light beige/light gold/colour i believe.
    I was with a man, i dont know who he is. I held his left arm, as we were entering the area of the party (i guess).
    He began to introduce me to a gentleman, a middle aged man.. I can only remember these lines
    - "good evening my lady"
    - the man who was with me said "this is earl xxxxx" i cant remember the name! Its upseting somehow
    haha.
    But i can remember i was English.
    when i started to recall the dreams and decided to find some images on google to describe the dress i was wearing, i got chill and my head feels like spinning. I also feeling my heart beats faster. Here i attached the dress that a bit simillar to what i wore in my dream.
    To be honest a part of me is teling that it might be a sign of remembering my past life. The other little part of me saying, that its only a dream.
    But after i read a few threads heare i starting to believe that it is the early sign of me remembering my past life. But i dont know whether should i continue "digging" about my past life
    If anyone can help me with this, I really appreciate it. image.jpg
     
  2. argonne1918

    argonne1918 Senior Registered

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    Welcome to the forum. Yes, I think this is a past life memory. "Earl" would be a sort of royalty title in England. There are people here in the forum who can better answer or identify the time period than I can. We have people from all over the world here. They will be introducing themselves later. :)
     
  3. Anna H.

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    Hello, SisterPrincess, and welcome to a place where you fit in and people understand you.


    Do you know who first owned the dress in the picture? Knowing that might help you find out who you were.
     
  4. SeaAndSky

    SeaAndSky Senior Registered

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    Hi SisterPrincess:


    Doing a google search on the picture turns up lots of hits from the 1910s of similar gowns. The particular gown in question is identified here as being worn by a prominent member of the Astor family:


    https://www.tumblr.com/search/1910s%20gown


    This is a very prominent and wealthy family with a long history in the U.S.:


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astor_family


    The Astor family article lists the names of some female family members who would hae been in the right age range to wear this particular gown, so that may be a good place to start.


    Cordially,


    S&S


    PS--The person who wore this dress would almost certainly be in a position to meet a British Earl at a party.
     
  5. SeaAndSky

    SeaAndSky Senior Registered

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    Hi SisterPrincess:


    As a follow-up, I should add that, based on your English reference, the Astors were prominent in both England and the U.S. with a lot of intermarriage across the "pond". You may be interested in Nancy Astor as an example of the type of people we are talking about here, though I have no idea at this point whether she wore the gown in question:


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nancy_Astor,_Viscountess_Astor


    http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2011/mar/26/nancy-astor-family-dynasty-ian-sansom


    Cordially,


    S&S
     
  6. Sister Grey

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    An Earl would be addressed and introduced as Lord Soandso, even though he's the Earl of Placename.
     
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