As a child, I was always told I was old for my age.
My parents never worried about me because I always had
the ability to take care of myself. I have always felt
this way, but it wasn't until I was about 17 that I
started to look into reincarnation and actually understand
what I was feeling.
Believing that I was a very old soul, I decided to have
a past life regression. My first glimpse into my former
self was in about the 1800's in Europe. I saw that I
was sitting in my cottage looking in a mirror and brushing
my hair. The person looking back at me had long dark
hair, brown eyes and olive skin -- I am the complete
opposite of that -- but when I saw her I knew it was
I was sitting brushing my hair, I got the strong feeling
that when I was this person I was vain and thought that
I was the best. I was not a very nice person. I was
pretty and knew it. All of a sudden, I saw a door open
in the reflection in the mirror, and a figure stepped
in the doorway. I knew this was my murderer. And my
vision went dark.
My next memory was from the early 1900's in America
and I was an old man sitting in a wonderful office.
I was a very successful man and very well off. Once
again, I knew this man was me, though he didn't look
like I do now. I felt as if I had spent my life building
up my wealth, but now as an old man I had no love to
share it with. I had become a scrooge. I was alone and
depressed and I knew that I had died this way.
was then that the regression ended, and I knew that
I had seen images that were trapped in my mind. It was
as though I was watching a movie, but was in it as well.
I am not a very imaginative person and have a hard time
coming up with stories, but these images came so easily
that I could not have made them up.
am not vain in this life because I have been there before,
and I keep love close because I have pushed it away
before. It was these images that helped me understand
more of myself. I refer back to these memories when
I go astray, and they help me get back on track to be
the person I know I am.
Please respond to: John
Posted Feb. 8, 2010