Why Are Children More Likely To Remember A Past Life, Without Needing Regression?

Young children are new arrivals on earth, and therefore closer to Source, with fewer memories from their current life weighing them down. Around the age of four or five it seems that most children become fully present in their current lives, and past life memories can then fade away and be forgotten. Children who spontaneously remember past lives will be reluctant to discuss them if family members dismiss their recollections as fantastical tales.

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However, in communities where belief in reincarnation is the norm, such as among Hindus or the Druze, there are many more recorded cases of children who remember past lives than in the rest of the world. This is probably because children feel more comfortable discussing these memories, and are not encouraged to dismiss them.

Many Druze children talk about their current life family as well as their past life family. There are many recorded cases for anyone wishing to read more on the topic. Dr Ian Stevenson travelled the world for over 30 years, recording cases of children who have past life memories. Thomas Shroder, a journalist, accompanied him on some of his travels and wrote the book, Old Souls – a highly recommended read if you’d like to know more about children and past lives.

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