Signs Of Reincarnation: Is Cellular Memory The Key To Our Past Lives?

Signs Of Reincarnation

These 7 signs of past life can offer you hints about who you were in your previous life and why you were reborn.

1. Birthmarks

This is one of the main physical signs of your past life. Most of us have either one or multiple birthmarks. Although we usually consider them as irrelevant and unimportant, these may hold the secret to uncovering truths from our past lives. Experts studying reincarnation claim that these marks may serve as physical evidence of rebirth. There are several documented cases that reveal similar patterns and marks on people who lived earlier.

Birthmarks can be related to reincarnation in 2 major ways. They might be an indication of an injury from a previous life, for instance a fatal wound that caused your death. If your birthmark is either brown or pink in color, then that is probably the area where you were injured in a past life. Another notion claims that birthmarks could be passed on from one life to the next one. It can help you identify similar marks on other individuals that might have been your past existence.

 

2. Bizarre Memories

Unusual and weird memories is perhaps the most common sign of past lives. These unfamiliar and detailed memories tend to surface at the oddest times. You may have certain memories from your childhood that never actually occurred. You can also remember places you have never been to and remember people that you have never met in your present life.

There’s a possibility that these can be merely false memories. But if you want to know whether they are related to your past life or not, you can conduct some research and find out if they actually exist in reality, like particular places or people or any other details that you may remember.

 

3. Déjà Vu

As mentioned earlier, deja vu can often be an indication of our past lives. Whenever you have a feeling of deja vu, consider it as a clue to how you lived in your previous life. As this sense is usually vague and fleeting, we are mostly unable to gather any concrete information from it. And hence it can be rather frustrating.

Deja vu can be triggered by a number of factors. Having a clear understanding of these factors and the triggers will eventually help you to discover and remember further memories and details from your past life. So when you have a feeling of deja vu next time, try to read the message and observe the trigger. And make sure to keep your mind open.

4. Recurring Nightmares

Memories from our past lives often tend to crop up through our dreams and take the shape of recurring nightmares as these are suppressed in our subconscious memories.

If you have the same type of nightmares repeatedly and can remember these dreams vividly for a long time, then it may be a sign of past life. These nightmares usually recall some type of traumatic experience from your previous life. You can dream about people you have never met in real life, or you may have nightmares about death or loss.

The key here is to focus on the details in order to understand your life from a previous existence. Write down all that you can remember after you wake up and conduct some research on whatever details you can gather. This will help you understand where you used to live or what you used to do before you were reincarnated.

 

5. Phobias & Fears

Your phobias and fears might hold the key to uncovering details about your past life. Although it might be an unlikely source, what makes us uncomfortable may be linked to negative and traumatic experiences from past lives. However, these usually do not include common phobias like the fear of spiders, snakes, sharks, heights etc.

If your phobia is exceptionally specific and highly irrational, then it may be linked to your past life. It can be a specific number, an object, a shape or it could be related to how you died like driving (if you died in a car accident) or the water (if you drowned) etc.

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