Hi, everyone - For as long as I can remember (since i was around 5 or 6 or so), i've always known and felt reincarnation to be the path of our souls. I've always just "known" and "felt" that each of us is a small flicker of flame of a larger ball of fire. I've always believed we are all a piece of the whole. And I felt that everything in the world was also another piece of the whole, but in a different way. It was somewhat hard for me to put into words or explain to others something I've just always known and felt for myself. So, i was really intrigued within the past couple months when i found out about the Universe as a Hologram theory. I felt this theory seemed to explain these ideas that have always just been a part of my "knowing," and began to get excited that there were detailed explanations on how we could all be a small part of the whole. But this discovery of the Universe as a Hologram theory also brought forth for me something that shook me to the very core, and actually made me question my belief into whether reincarnation is real: If we truly do have access to every single experience that every other human flicker has had at any given point, what, then, would the purpose of reincarnation be? Why would we even need to incarnate at all if (to quote a song) "it's all been done before?" If the Universe is a Hologram, and we are all just mini-projectors, why could we not just view anyone else's movie at any given time? What is the true purpose of reincarnation, from a "Universe is a Hologram" perspective? I really need to know this - it's been troubling me for weeks now, and has had a very disturbing and real effect on me and my existence. Thank you in advance for your kind replies.