Past life therapy can help resolve karma, improve relationships, cure diseases and aid your personal growth. Above all, it can bring you a step closer to the timeless in you that can never die
Reincarnation has been one of the integral beliefs of most religions, especially in India. However, it was Dr Satwant Pasricha, a student and co-researcher of Dr Ian Stevenson, world authority on reincarnation research, who first conducted a scientific, empirical research into the phenomenon of spontaneous past life recall in India.
In her attempt to validate reincarnation, Dr Pasricha came across some interesting phenomena including strange birthmarks, often corresponding to the previous personality, or their manner of death. Her research revealed some interesting facts, such as changes in gender or class are rare in most cases of spontaneous past life recall (as against evidence from PLR).
Dr Pasricha also came across cases where a child started to talk about a previous life after suffering from a near-fatal disease. But the previous personality claimed to have died after the birth of the child. This is known as parakaya-pravesh or possession.
During her research, Dr Pasricha discovered that many children who remember their past lives often do so in a state of fever. "It is possible that the fever changed the brain metabolism enough so that previous life memories could come into consciousness," she writes in her book Claims of Reincarnation: An Empirical Study of Cases in India. Though her research could not provide absolute proof of reincarnation, the probabilities of fraud seemed minimal in a large number of cases.
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