Return to Life

Return to Life

Extraordinary Cases of Children Who Remember Past Lives

Book - 2013
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Investigates cases of children remembering past lives, including a boy who describes a previous life on a small island, and a boy who finds his past self in a photograph from the 1930s.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2013
Edition: First Edition
ISBN: 9781250005847
1250005841
Branch Call Number: Philosophy & Religion 133.901 Tuc

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JAM2017
Mar 02, 2019

Wonderful book down to earth, factual and believable. if you are a believer you will enjoy. I could not put it down.

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dano62
Oct 04, 2017

This book gives credence to the expression "kids say the darndest things". The simplified explanation of quantum theory (particles, waves, entanglement, observation) really helps refine things. Luckily the children grow out of it, and usually only have such reflections when sad, angry, etc. Memories are often associated with a past untimely death. He discusses dreams, sequence of events/lives (time/space) in chapter 9.

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smartlizard
Oct 15, 2015

One of the most engrossing books I've ever read and one of the most formative. It is as scientific as one can get with a subject like this. Chapter 8 alone is as fine a non-mathematical explanation as you will find on how sub-atomic particles "smear" into energy. Even physicists like Feynman and Planck agree with him. And, of course, consciousness is energy--and Feynman and Planck have both said that consciousness is the causative factor in the universe!

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lauk
Oct 13, 2015

This is a very good read. The evidence are very convincing and also very scientific. The book contains mainly 3 parts - stories of past-life memories, scientific explanations of consciousness, and author's own model of afterlife. I have to say that you need to be very open to appreciate this book.

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starkradio
Mar 03, 2015

This is drivel. It is bombastic, full of speculation, and lacks any evidence or science.

Don't waste your time. I tried suspending my window of disbelief, but it came crashing down on my common sense halfway through chapter three.

It's not even well-written nor an entertaining, trashy read. It's just bad.

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