Does reincarnation really exist?
Belief in reincarnation traverses many cultures and spiritual systems. You may have come to this page out of simple curiosity or perhaps because you experienced a particularly potent past life dream or had a "deja vue" occurrence. Or, perhaps you strongly disbelieve in the possibility and hope that none of these books will be able to sway you, resulting in stronger enforcement of your disbelief. Then again, maybe you came here because you hope that it is true, but have been taught otherwise, and hope the evidence relayed within these books will push you to what you would like to believe.
Naturally those of us who have created this website believe in reincarnation. But whether we believe or not, does not make it true or false in the larger sense or for your own personal beliefs. I've always liked Seth's reply to one who disbelieved in reincarnation, "However, you will reincarnate whether or not you believe that you will. It is much easier if your theories fit reality, but if they do not, then you do not change reality one iota," The Seth Material, Jane Roberts pg. 146, 2001.
Reincarnation: The Phoenix Fire Mystery
by Joseph Head - S.L. Cranston
This classic anthology offers ancient and modern perspectives on Job's question: If a man die, shall he live again? Spanning over 5,000 years of world thought, the selections invite consideration of an idea that has found hospitality in the greatest minds of history.
Reliving Past Lives
by Helen Wambach
Helen Wambach, a noted psychologist, professor, and therapist, assembled over 1,000 subjects in small workshops and under hypnosis regressed them to specified time periods in the past. Each subject was given a posthypnotic suggestion that enabled him or her to fill a data sheet documenting the experiences of that past life, and pinpointing the place on the map in which it was lived.
The data sheets provided the most of the verifiable evidence in Wambach's study. These lives were lived in different parts of the world, and the distribution agrees with the known population densities of these areas at the appropriate historical times. Because each recall is individual, there would be no way that telepathy, fantasy, or chance alone could determine the way in which the cumulative statistics emerged when the data was evaluated. These data build an impressive case for the existence of past lives.
Exploring Reincarnation: Classic Guide to The Evidence for Past-Life Experiences
by Hans Ten Dam
Written by one of the world’s leading authorities, Exploring Reincarnation examines the full range of explanations for past-life recall. This definitive study includes case histories from around the world, as well as intriguing theories about the relationship between body and soul—from general social beliefs about past lives to detailed questions about karma and past-life regression therapy. It is an outstanding introduction to reincarnation from a historical, scientific, and philosophical point of view.
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