My daughter speaks about four past lives

Discussion in 'Children's Past Lives -Age 7 & under' started by Michelle52112, Aug 20, 2008.

  1. Michelle52112

    Michelle52112 New Member

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    I have read many books on the subject and it seems the kids talk about one past life, not mine.

    She started after a bath when she was 2 1/2, in a calm voice she asked if I was mad that one time she died and no one took her to the hospital. I told her that when she was sick I took her to the Dr. and got medicine. She said " No, the time when I was your older brother and fell down the basement stairs. My sides of my head were smashed in and blood was coming out, you were my sister but you were only two and you cried, then I was dead."

    Her voice was so calm but surprised that I didn't remember. She gave great detail about it and still does. She said that she was my 4 year old brother and could pee standing up, her name was Ole ( that was the first word she wrote saying she knew how to because she had learned it before she died.)

    She just turned 6 this month but I'll never forget her fourth birthday, I went in to wake her up singing and the first thing she said was " I'm four today, this time I won't die when I'm four.

    She has talked in detail about three other lives and says we will always be together, we plan it that way. I don't ask questions, just listen to her. It seems like there are phases where one of them is on her mind for a while, then a few months later she talks more about a different life.

    She also was born with a rare deformity on both ears, they look squished, her hearing is fine. I have beed wondering if this could be from falling down stairs and smashing the sides of her head in, the way she said she died when she was Ole.

    I could go on forever if I got into the other lives she remembers so I'll stop for now, I would love to know if other kids talk about more than one past life and if the ear deformity sounds like it could be from that happening to her in another time. Thank you...
     
  2. Kay

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    Hi Michelle52112 thank you for sharing your daughter's memories with us. That is an interesting thought that your daughter's ear deformities could be due to the accident of falling down the stairs in her pastlife. I believe it is possible for injuries from a past life to come through in this way. I look forward to hearing any updates that you might get.


    Kind Regards


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    I should also tell you that she has only given great detail about two past lives. The other two she has just talked about a little bit, however, her statements were huge and I was able to validate one. It is always an adventure with my little girl. The other life she speaks of in detail is very emotional, this is the first time I've shared her memories with in this way and am just not ready to write about that one. She had gone to a christian pre-school and I was getting calls from the teacher all the time, they didn't like her comments. I changed school for her that year so she could be herself, sometimes weeks go by without her saying much about it. Other times she feels like sharing many memories and I just listen.
     
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    Deborah Executive Director Staff Member

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    Thank you for sharing. :) It continues to fascinate me when parents post that their child(ren) state their memories in a matter of fact tone. Not to mention - the child seems perplexed when the parent doesn't remember what they do.


    I appreciate your willingness to share - and I hope it helps others see it is more common than not. Please do keep us updated. :)
     
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    Welcome, and thanks for sharing your daughter's story, Michelle. :)


    I thought it was very interesting, and I hope you'll share more when you're ready - of any of her experiences. :thumbsup:


    Do you know anything about the name Ole? It's at least a Scandinavian name, used in Denmark and Norway. It's a form of Olaf. Has your daughter told you anything that would give you clues about the country Ole lived in?


    I hope you'll enjoy the forum!


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    Hello Michelle and thanks for sharing - it's very fascinating.


    I'm also curious if you were familiar with the name 'Ole' before your daughter mentioned it? (assuming you're not from Scandinavia :) )


    As Karoliina wrote, it's a Scandinavian name. It's a very, very common name in Denmark (actually it's my dad's middle name), although it has gone out of fashion now, it was very popular in the 1950's and 60's.


    Would that time span fit in with a possible past life of yours?


    How did your daughter pronounce the name? It could give a hint of nationality. Has she said other things regarding her life as Ole - hinted at your name, a place, a town, something like that?
     
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    Welcome Michelle and thanks for posting your story. I can't wait to hear some more. :)
     
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    I would like to thank everyone for responding. It's nice to have a place where I can share her memories without being judged. I'm not sure what country she (we) were in when her nome was Ole. When she was about 3 1/2 She was riding her big wheel in the and made comments about the riding toys she had before, when she was Ole. I asked her if she lived in Ohio then, she said "silly mama, you were there" then she rode away. After going in a circle she rode past me and said "All I know is that I'm not Scandinavian anymore". I don't think she had ever heard that word before, it's not something I would have said. She has told me our parents were mean and we didn't see much of them. She has also said that I only lived a few years after she (he) died. She pronounces the name with a long e, like Olie. I had never heard the name before. She never told me my name, she said I was her special baby sister. To this day she calls me " my special ". She always puts her hand on my face, gives me a kiss and says " I love you my special". I asked her why she calls me that about a year ago, she said "you've always been my special, but this time your not my sister or a baby, so that's why I just call you my special" It's very sweet.
     
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    Sunniva, thanks for your thoughts. I was born in 1976, so I guess that time could have fit with me. I wish I could remember everything she does, and what happens after one life and before the next. She say's we will always be together, only apart for short times. She makes it sound like we plan our lives out together. One day, completely out of the blue she said " Don't you think it would be weird and funny if I'm your husband one day?" After saying that she laughed a little and went back to painting her picture. I love how normal this is for her and I'm hoping she stays this way, I have learned so much from my pretty little girl...
     
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    What a sweet story about her and "my special." Thanks for continuing to share. :)
     
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    Your daughter sounds like a true sweetheart, and it's wonderful to hear how strong a bond you two share. :) I believe we all do have these souls that we tend to share lifetimes with over and over again. It's a comforting thought, imo. :thumbsup:


    How exciting that your daughter did say something about Scandinavia in connection to Ole's life! Do you get any feelings thinking about Denmark or Norway (or Sweden)? If your daughter brings up Ole again, maybe you could ask her something like "Was it Denmark we lived in - I keep forgetting?" :D


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    Next time she brings it up I will ask about Denmark and tell her I forgot, thats a good idea. This is off the subject but I think it's very interesting. This morning when I was walking her to school everything was normal, then we walked past a mother with a new baby in her arms. Sophia said "look how cute Mom, I used to be little like that after that rude Dr. took me out of your belly". I told her that she was a new baby at one time and now she's a big 1st grader, then I asked why she said the Dr. was rude. (she has never seen him since she was delivered and he's a very nice man) She told me " I worked so hard to get in your belly when no one thought I would, Then when I wanted to come out he stuck a toilet plunger on my head and pulled so hard it felt like he was pulling my brain out. Thats so gross that he put a toilet plunger on my head."


    I could'nt believe what I was hearing, they did have to use the vacuume thing to help get her out, but I have never told her about her delivery. I told her that they have tools to help get babies out sometimes but it was not for a toilet. Then she said " It looked like one, and I just wanted to snuggle you after he pulled me out, he didn't let me. I can't believe they would put me in a plastic bed and take me away from you." I asked her if she remembered what the Dr. look like and she described his right down to his facial hair and glasses. I was shocked, this has never come up before, everything she said was correct. It's to bad the school is so close to our house, I wonder what else she was thinking. Maybe she will bring it up again after school. I've never written or talked on the computer before, this site is a great, safe feeling place to share what so many other would think is just crazy. Thank you!!!!!
     
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    Amazing!


    I just wanted to comment that you have an amazing child! I have never read of, (although there are probably cases out there) a child who could spontainously remember past lives, and pre-birth existances in such remarkable detail. She seems like an advanced being.
     
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    Wow thank you for sharing your stories. Your child is amazing! It's fascinating what she can remember and it must be amazing to actually be there and listen to what she has to say. My son told me a few things about being inside my belly before he was born, but nothing about the delivery.
     
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    Wow, her memories are just amazing! To remember her birth and four other lives is quite the blessing. Just record as much as you can and enjoy this glimpse into immortality. What a precious girl! I loved how Karoliina suggested mentioning Denmark- it's casual and helpful. I look forward to more updates!
     
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    Your jaw must've dropped to the ground listening to her. :D


    It is so fascinating to have a child with such detailed memories. It does happen to other kids, too, though (as a comment to Val's post), but each is of course special! And not nearly everyone is as articulate as your Sophie. :) I'm so glad you're the kind of parent that will listen and won't tell Sophie she's silly or anything like that. :thumbsup:


    Do keep us updated!


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    I would like to thank everyone for their comments. Of course, I agree she is an amazing little girl! ;) They all are, some just seem to talk about memories more clearly. All I've been thinking about the last two days is how well she remembers her delivery. After school yesterday I told her that it was very special for her to remember that. She was very funny about it, she said " We were both there, so of course we both remember. I'm just glad that thing was never in a toilet, that would be so gross." Then she laughed about how funny it was to think that. She seems to know so many things, I'm shocked by the things she says all the time.


    The life she talks about most is when she was Ole, but that was not the most recent one, I'm wondering if she speaks about it so much because it was a short life that ended in a tragic way. She loves being a girl, she says so was so used to being a boy everytime it's great to dress up and have pretty shoes and hair. This has been a problem because it started when she was two, that means the last four years it's taken forever for her to get ready in the morning. She is a perfectionist about everything. However, if that's the only problem I'm fine with it, and very lucky. I do belive we have been together before and will again. She made up a game she always wants to play while it's snuggle time. She calls it the thinking game, she tells me to think of something, usually a color or animal. Then she looks at me and gives the correct answer. Her life does seem to be on a different page than most. She acts so grown up whith her words and actions it's hard to belive she's a little 43 lb. girl.
     
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    She really is a special girl - with a very strong intuition and apparently psychic gifts. I love how her attitude towards it all is so healthy and "not-a-big-deal". I'm sure that is the result of your attitude, Michelle, as her mother, showing her it's okay to be what she is. :thumbsup:


    Anytime you're comfortable with telling about her other memories, we're all ears. :)


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    Wow, Michelle! I just read this thread and loved reading every bit of it! Sophie sounds so adorable! My son is almost 13, but also was sucked out with a toilet plunger, lol. :p Poor baby, I wonder if he thought his brains were gonna fly out, too! :D That's wonderful that you're letting her talk about her past lives, and that you're asking her questions. My son remembered past lives, too, and I wish I had written everything down. I recently had a session and discovered that my son and I have had many lives together, too. He has always been afraid of being apart from me, from infancy on. It was really bad when he was 8. Well, I just discovered that his current father took him away from me in a past life, and told my son that I was dead, so that he wouldn't look for me. Well, my son told me a couple years ago that that happened! His father in this life is uninvolved and has to pay child support. So, that's karma acting out...he took my son before in a past life, and now I get him in this life, and he has to pay. It's all so interesting. My son was my older brother in another life, and he took care of me, since our parents died. Anyway~I think it's wonderful that Sophie is sharing and remembering so much. Kudos to you for taking her out of a school that isn't supportive. :thumbsup: Good job, mom!! Okay, time to walk around the lake! :) Have a great night!
     
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    I wanted to share another PL she has talked about. This is very confusing for me because it shows that she chooses where to go and when. Last summer, right before her 5th birthday we were at my grandmothers house (Nana), we go there all the time. My daughter and I went upstairs for something and while we were walking up the stairs she started with " I remember being in Nana's belly, it was so warm and cozy in there." I told her that she didn't grow in Nana's belly, she grew in mine. I told her how Grandma (my mom) grew in Nana's belly, I grew in Grandmas and she grew in mine. She said " No Mama, I mean a long time ago, before Grandma was her baby, I was growing in her belly and I was going to be your mom, but my body didn't grow the way it was supposed to and I wouldn't be able to have you, so I left Nana's belly before my body grew all the way."


    She gave me many details about what was going on with my grandparents at that time, told me that my uncle had just turned 1, my aunt was 3 and my mom was not born yet. I couldn't belive she knew the order of my mom and her siblings, she also told my about the house and the yard, this didn't make sence to me because she said the yard didn't have grass but it was pretty. She told me Nana's belly was where she went after she was Ole. I asked my mom about this and she was confused also, and shocked that she knew the birth order of Nana's 3 kids. My mom told me that my grandparents used to live out west, So the yard didn't have grass. But she didn't know if Nana had ever lost a pregnancy. We asked Nana if she ever had a miscarriage, She said she did.


    Nana said than between my uncle (who was 1 at the time) and my mom she had a miscarriage (just like my daughter said). It was 1952, then she had my mom two years later. I told her what my daughter had said, of course she was suprised and cried a little. I told her everything Sophia described in the house and the yard, even what they were doing that weekend, everything was correct. Nana is one of those people who only belives what can be proven, this changed her mind. She was shocked with all the details my daughter gave and said there was no other way for her to know all of it. She does belive now that my daughter is the baby she lost. She was only four months pregnant. Well, that is another one of the memories my little girl has shared.
     

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