16mth old beginning to indicate past life

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  1. Klarry

    Klarry Senior Registered

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    I have a close friend whose mother sadly died when she was 10yrs old. For privacy's sake, I'll call the mother Karen and the daughter Molly.

    When she fell pregnant a couple of years ago, I instantly wondered whether or not her mother would reincarnate as the baby in order to spend more time with her 'daughter' after having been taken from her so tragically all those years before. I never mentioned this to Karen as, although she is a firm believer in reincarnation, I didn't want to upset her and wasn't sure how she felt about the possibility.

    A few days ago, I got an excited phone call from her saying that she had sat down with Molly (now 16mths old) and they were looking through a photo album. As they flicked through the pages, Karen was asking Molly to say who the people in the photos were and she was complying, identifying "Papa", "Mama" etc and many others. When Karen reached the page with photos of her mother and asked who it was, Molly immediately said "ME!!".

    Obviously, it's early days and her daughter is still learning to talk, but I think I'll definitely have more updates on this before long.

    I remember when Karen first took Molly overseas to see her father (Karen's father/Molly's grandpa) and I remember her exact words....she said "it was love at first sight". They were inseparable. Could Molly have instantly recognised her husband? Unfortunately Karen's father lives in Canada and she lives here in the UK but when they get together there's definitely a connection.

    I'll keep you posted! :)
     
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    Hi Klarry

    Thanks for sharing this story, it is certainly very interesting and I will look forward to reading the updates :)
     
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    That is a wonderful story. I am looking forward to the updates!
     
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    Just thought I'd add a small update as a couple more things have happened.

    Molly continues to grow into a beautiful and highly intelligent little girl. I know I'm bias but she really is a little joy. Anyway, I asked Karen whether or not she has said or done anything new as she's beginning to talk more and a couple of things have emerged.

    Firstly, she keeps requesting her 'bra'. Karen explains to her that she doesn't quite need one yet at 19mths old!! but she seems quite insistent that she wants her bra!

    The second thing is quite bizarre and I'll try to word it appropriately. One day, Karen was getting dressed in her bedroom and had her back turned to the rest of the room. When she turned round, she was quite taken aback to see that Molly had gone in one of her drawers, taken out a tampon and was mimicking putting it in the correct place. Now, there is NO way Molly could know what a tampon was let alone what it's used for etc and she has certainly never seen one being used either in real life or on TV.

    I find this quite interesting as I remember finding my mum's tampons when I was about 8yrs old and I had no idea what they were and I think I came to the conclusion that they were some type of cigar!!

    So it seems that whether Molly was Karen's mother in her last life or not, she's certainly remembering certain aspects of being a grown woman and given the tampon incident, this places her last life within the 20th century.
     
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    Interesting, Klarry, especially considering the "precociousness" of wanting things a woman would use.

    How old was Karen's mother when she died? I was wondering what significance, if any, there was to Molly wanting those "female-only" items.

    Will Karen try to discreetly ask Molly why she wants such items? It would be interesting to hear an answer.

    Aimee
     
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    This is so interesting, Klarry ! Along with Aimee's, question, I would like to ask how much time was there between the death of Karen's mother and Molly's birth?

    Eevee
     
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    Hi Evee,

    As far as I know, there was approximately 20yrs between Karen's mother's passing and the birth of Molly.

    I don't know exact dates, but it's definitely 20-21yrs.
     
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    Hi Klarry! :)

    How is Molly doing now?
    I would love to read an update! ;)
     
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    Hi Fab! Molly is doing great thanks - I saw her a couple of weeks ago and she's just fantastic. The only comments that Karen told me she has made lately are comments such as "When I was a boy I used to...", "When I was a big boy like Mark and Andy (her brothers)....". I also remember Molly saying to Karen and I a few months ago that she used to have hair on her face and indicated where a beard would be. She hasn't done or said anything more pertaining to the adult female traits she was displaying a while back.

    She's an amazing little girl though and I'll definitely keep you informed as she grows up.
     
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    It's been a long time since I updated on Molly and something happened recently so I thought I'd fill you in.

    Molly is now 3 and a half and is beautiful and clever, she has also acquired a new little sister this year - Jessica who seems to have a very different but complimentary type of energy. Karen told me lately that Molly had said "Where was I before I was in your tummy?", Karen said "I don't know - you tell me" and Molly said "That's just it - I can't remember and I want to....maybe Jessica can tell me because she was there not so long ago".

    Then, something happened recently. Every year, a photographer comes to Molly's playgroup to take photos of the children. Although Molly's behaviour is usually impeccable, last year she kicked up a fuss about the photographer and didn't have her photo taken. This year.....the same thing happened but she was better able to explain why. As soon as she saw the photographer, she went into hysterics and demanded to leave. When asked what the problem was she insisted that she'd seen the photographer before and that he was a bad man. Karen tried to reassure and said "yes, well you saw him last year, is that what you mean?" and Molly said "Noooo, I saw him BEFORE!!"...in the end, her exact words to Karen and the playgroup staff were "Nothing you can say or do can make me go back in there". So, they had to leave.

    Having had a similar level of recognition myself as a child, I very much understood how confused and frightened she must have felt and Karen immediately recognised that this may have been a past life incident. Although Karen hasn't pressed her too much about it, she's keeping her ears open for anything else.
     
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    Thanks for the update Klarry. Molly indeed sounds like a charmer. I always enjoy reading along as toddlers begin growing older.

    John
     
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    Very interesting reaction ...

    It makes me wonder if she knew this man in his current life before she was reborn, or if one of her past lives coincided with one of his past lives.
     
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    Hi John and Moondansyr,

    I've a feeling that she must have known him in a past life because in his current life, he's a really lovely man. I know that people can appear to be one way whilst being completely the opposite behind closed doors, but this man has worked at the playgroup for a number of years and no-one has a bad word to say about him. Apparently, he's lovely.

    I think Molly is definitely entering 'the age window' where she's becoming very aware of her spirituality and may start speaking of past lives. I know everyone says this, but she is very advanced and has the strangest but most charming 'grown-up' manner. I think it'll be very intriguing to see how she continues to grow and develop.
     
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    Just thought I'd post another potential past life statement by Molly. I was speaking to her mum at the weekend and she was telling me that recently something had happened when they were returning home on a train.

    They stopped at a station and a really old man got on the train and Molly's face apparently lit up like a Christmas tree!! The old man seemed very drawn to her too and sat in the seat opposite. Molly leaned across the table, rested her chin on her hands and started talking and talking away to this man intensely. For the rest of the journey, they had a very long and exclusive conversation.

    When Molly and her mum (Karen) got off the train, Karen asked why she seemed so happy to see the old man.....the answer was simple and to the point. Molly replied "He was my husband!".

    Slightly off-topic too, my husband and I were looking after our nephew the other weekend and his mum told us to ask him whether he likes asparagus. We asked him numerous times and he simply replies "No - dangerous". His parents are devout Christians who would never entertain the idea of reincarnation so I kept my mouth shut but I couldn't help but wonder if this weird little quirk that they simply thought was a cute little oddity was a past life thing. I'll keep my ears open for him in the future as well!
     
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    Hi Klarry,

    Thanks for the update! Molly sounds like a sweetie -- I had a big grin on my face reading about her conversation with the old man.

    Your nephew sounds cute, too -- I wonder where the "no dangerous" comes in? Is he old enough to ask -- "why is it dangerous?"

    Aili
     
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    Hi Aili!

    My nephew is two and a half years old and I did try to ask him why he thought asparagus was dangerous but he didn't (or couldn't) expand on it. I asked him if he'd had it before and didn't like it and he just shook his head and kept insisting it was dangerous. I may have to wait until he's a little older to solve that mystery! :)

    Molly is three and a half now with the vocabulary and sense of of a 7yr old so I think there will be quite a few more updates to come!
     
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    Hello! I came across the forums, and I've been reading through the posts. Everyone's stories are absolutely entrancing! I fully believe in reincarnation, and find the subject of past life and pre-birth memories to be fascinating.


    Anyway, I wonder if maybe your nephew was allergic to asparagus in a past life, and that's why he thinks of it as being "dangerous."


    How wonderful to have two such children in your family! Does anyone know, is it common to have multiple children with these experiences in the same family?


    I can't wait to get copies of Carol's books!
     
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    Welcome to the forum, myxsomaxholiday :)


    Carol's books are wonderful -- I know you'll enjoy them. You can read chapter one of Children's Past Lives here.


    You might want to check out the FAQ Section -- there are some great reference threads in there that you may find enjoyable.


    Feel free to drop into the Members Introduction section and tell us a little about yourself.


    Looking forward to hearing more from you,


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    It's been a while but Molly (who is now five) has recently spoken about more past life issues. Her mum rang me the other day to say that she was putting her to bed and Molly was in that 'in between' state between waking and sleeping.


    As she deepened into her relaxation she said "You're the best mummy I've EVER had". Her mum said "Thankyou....how many mummies have you had?" and Molly instantly replied "Two others that I can remember....one in Canada who was a nurse and one in Antarctica". Slightly taken aback and thrown by the rather unusual mention of Antarctica, her mum asked her about it. Molly (in a noticeably different voice which sounded more grown up and using language and terms she doesn't normally use) said "My father was on expedition there but my mother thought it was too cold for me so sent me away to school in France".


    Molly's mum thought this was interesting because she wasn't aware that Molly knew the word 'expedition', or that Antarctica would be a fitting place to go on one. She was also interested in the mention of France because every time she takes Molly to France in this life, she adores it, fits in like a dream and seems to have no problem picking up the language whilst there. I was with them in France earlier this year and I was able to see that for myself.


    Both of the past life mothers Molly mentioned didn't spend much time with her - I can't remember what she said about the Canadian nurse but the gist was that they weren't close or didn't see each other often. Molly's mum wonders whether this is why she chose her to be her mum in this life because Molly's mum IS able to spend all her time with Molly and as a result they are incredibly close. Maybe she just needed a life-time with a really fantastic 'mother/daughter' relationship.
     
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    WOW! Thanks for sharing, Klarry :) The story about Molly is really exciting. Especially the part about Antarctica and the expedition.


    It would be so cool if she would be able to elaborate on it - perhaps it would be possible to validate if she remembered the name of the school in France.
     
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    Thanks for the update, Klarry - that was VERY fascinating! I hope you'll keep us posted, if Molly will talk more of her past lives in the future. :thumbsup:


    I hope you're doing well yourself, too. :)


    Karoliina
     
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    What a fascinating story! Thanks for keeping us updated. :)
     

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