In a lot of studies conducted by Dr Ian Stevenson, many people who incarnate outside of a family group tend to keep the same facial looks. Now, considering that a humans looks are basically the outcome of what their parents look like, how could this be possibly explained? If this was the case all the time, then we would have families who look nothing like each other, right? Unless, of course, the soul is incarnating back into the same family, and will obviously look similar. Maybe that shows most souls do incarnate into the same family? If we come back resembling our old self, does that not show that the soul probably has more power over altering their own body than most people might think?