Is It Possible to Experience a Past Life and a Future Life At the Same Time?

Posted by on January 12, 2017 in Afterlife & Reincarnation, Reality's Edge with 10 Comments

Mira Kelley | Heal Your Life

Reincarnation

A Serendipitous Past Life Regression

A few years ago, while I was still working as a corporate lawyer, I decided to stop by a Barnes & Noble near my office. As I browsed through the shelves in the New Age section, I saw one of my favorites, The Nature of Personal Reality by Jane Roberts. The book felt good in my hands when I took it off the shelf; then, just as I began to open it, a thought popped into my mind.


“Put your personal card in the book”.

I had learned not to question such moments of intuition, but to follow them with playful curiosity. However, even I had to admit that this thought made no sense. Still, I reached in my purse, pulled out a card, and tucked it between the pages. As I put the book back on the shelf, another thought came up.

“Whoever buys this book and finds your card will be a very special person”.

This thought felt foreign, as if it came from someone else—someone who knew much more than I did. There was a sense of something mystical surrounding the words.

My soul recognized the feeling, but my mind could not explain it.

Months later, after I had completely forgotten about the incident, I received an e-mail from a man named John. He explained that he had gotten the feeling that it was time to read The Nature of Personal Reality again. So he went to the same Barnes & Noble I had gone to, across the street from his own workplace. He picked up the very same copy of the book I’d had in my hands, and my card fell out. For reasons unbeknownst to him, he kept the card.

When he got home that night, he visited my website. After reading for just a few minutes, he e-mailed me. Something was pushing him to do it, he said; it was almost automatic.

John told me that he was a single man in his mid-20s who had embarked on a spiritual path a few years before but felt very lonely with no family or friends walking beside him. I then shared my experiences with past-life regression, explaining that what people learn during regression is always perfectly aligned with where they are and provides healing in the most unexpected ways. In my excitement, I offered to regress him, and he was curious enough to say yes.

I had no idea that I was about to encounter the first—and perhaps the most surprising—lesson I would learn from past-life regression.

After I helped John go within himself, I asked him to tell me what he saw, felt, and heard. He described standing in front of a barbershop on a cobblestone street. He commented that the lampposts on the street had shades. He was wearing a suit—brown pants, a vest, a striped shirt, and a brown jacket. To complete the ensemble, he had on dress shoes and a hat he described as a “newspaper boy’s cap.” He was in his early 30s, and his name in that life was John, too.

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  1. 309188969213608@facebook.com' Learning The Truth says:

    Follow Us to Learn The Hidden Truth !

  2. 1185182744830379@facebook.com' Любомира Любенова says:

    I have. And everything is possible.

  3. 10204732648382189@facebook.com' John Patrick Forte says:

    Absolutely

  4. 10153507197254727@facebook.com' Donna Jean Siegel says:

    The man was only focusing on those two lives but he might have had others overlapping as well.

  5. 1617898705125197@facebook.com' Tatyjana Buldakova says:

    In present

  6. 10154089225578222@facebook.com' Kimberly Garbacz says:

    Your current life will bear a close similar to a past one because it is one in which there are lessons unlearned and karma unhealed.. You are getting a redo.

  7. 10153507197254727@facebook.com' Donna Jean Siegel says:

    So many possibilities of how this could happen. One is joining onto the person who died in ’78. However after re-reading this it sounds like he jumped backward in time after dying in ’78. Which…I’ve known someone to jump forward, so why not backward.

  8. 487334698089087@facebook.com' Michael Contreras says:

    no the future as yet to be.the past yes.

  9. 1143015479046922@facebook.com' Pat Ganela Adayo says:

    I though it depend to our every self motivation and right path of life to be chosen in our very own different destiny…

  10. 165223557142466@facebook.com' John Harris says:

    I think so. But i can not prove it.

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