A Natural Phenomenon

Many children remember their past lives-spontaneously, without hypnosis or prompting. Some as young as two and still in diapers blurt out, “I remember when I died before” or “My other mommy had curly hair”. They often describe details that they had no way of learning in this life.  Some remember startling personal details of relatives who died before they were born

Only recently here in the West have children’s past life memories been researched and documented. These memories have long been accepted in other cultures. Now we know that these memories happen naturally to young children in all countries of the world, regardless of the beliefs of their parents.  They can happen anytime to any very young child, but parents often don’t notice because they don’t know it’s possible or doesn’t know what to look for.

The vividness and emotional maturity with which toddlers relate facts from adult lives—and even tell of their deaths—signals that something extraordinary is happening here.  These children have much to teach us.  Children’s past life memories is a phenomenon with far-reaching implications for every person who is curious about the truth of reincarnation and wonders about their own past lives.

This section of the Past Life Center is dedicated solely to children’s past lives.  It’s where parents, researchers, spiritual seekers, and the intellectually curious can learn and share about the phenomenon of children’s past life memories.

Why understanding children’s past life memories is important:

  • Children’s spontaneous memories offer the best evidence yet for reincarnation
  • Parents (and grandparents) of young children who are familiar with the signs can recognize the memories when they happen in their own children.
  • So that everyone, whether parents or not, will see children differently, as experienced souls who have come to us for a reason.
  • Because children’s memories resonate and legitimatize adults’ experiences in past life regression therapy.

By Carol Bowman

Author Info

Belinda Muller née Watkins