Collecting Evidence of Reincarnation (video)

There is a continual growing number of posts on youtube these days that authenticate the doctrine of reincarnation. One of these, which I am sharing now, discusses the research behind children’s past life memories that can be factually verified. It was posted by Walter Semkiw, MD, whom I served with for three years as research co-chair on the board of directors for the former International Association of Regression Research and Therapies (IARRT), the original past life regression training and research organization.

Dr. Semkiw has now founded the Institute for the Integration of Science, Intuition and Spirit (iisis.net), dedicated to exploring the evidence of reincarnation. Walter writes, “Reincarnation evidence shows that religion, nationality, ethnic affiliation, gender and race can change from one incarnation to another…The knowledge that one can be born Jewish in one lifetime and Christian in another could have prevented the Holocaust. Similarly, if Israelis knew they could be reborn as Palestinians, if Muslims knew they could be reborn as Christians or Jews, if Sunnis understood they could reincarnate as Shiites, conflicts and wars based on these cultural differences could end. This organization is dedicated to the positive social change that evidence of reincarnation can bring.”

Evidence of reincarnation offers a glimpse behind the scenes of these earth lives, and can potentially stop the hatred and violence between groups of people. After all, how can you harm someone who could possibly have been your beloved deceased grandmother? Or what if you knew that you might chose to incarnate into the very group of people you persecute for the sake of a soul lesson? It puts the focus back on the soul energy behind these life forms and the importance of finding a way to look beyond ideological differences. If reincarnation and the soul planning behind these lives were common knowledge, how much more harmonious life could be here on earth?

Please enjoy this 10-minute video!

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