When Childhood Play Validates Past Lives

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  1. indigosoul

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    When I was a kid I always played dress up; which ALWAYS included long dresses & skirts. My Grandma even made me a little bonnet because I kept asking for "one of those hats girls wear that ties at the chin". I remember wanting my hair to be long, curly, and red (it was fairly short, straight, and blonde). I played with dolls often; and as far back as I can remember, I was obsessed with having "twins"-wanting two dolls just alike. When I was around 4, I named my favorite doll Rebekah, and spelled it out perfectly all by myself. I tried to color her blonde hair red with a marker, much to the dismay of my Mom! I liked packing my Mom's suitcase & dressing up, pretending to go on a train.


    At around age 6 or 7, I became very fascinated with the idea of being a teenager. It started one day when I spent the afternoon listening to a radio station that was playing music from the 1950's. I sat there transfixed for hours just listening; and remember feeling so happy to hear those songs "again".


    After that I invented a game my best friend & I would play where we were "teenagers". I don't really recall exactly what we did, but we would get into one of our Mom's makeup & put it on. Something else that I did related to the 1950's is that around that time I was always asking my Mom for "some of those black and white shoes". She didn't know what shoes I meant so I drew her a picture of some saddle shoes. I didn't really know why I wanted them so bad, but I did!
     
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    When Childhood Play Validates Past Lives


    There are so many things that I can share here...


    My brother & I as kids used to play that we were Native American's, each a outcast from a different tribe, who met in the woods, and joined up for survival. We built a 'camp' with woven stick walls, had stores of food. We made & sharpened spears, made bows & arrows that could really shoot - (we to this day are very good at archery). We always needed to make sure we had enough to last through the winter. We named the different plants & seeds that we found in our yard, decided which ones were good or poisonous, & what there purposes were. We played this game hundreds of times, never got tired of it.


    We also played we were going west in a covered wagon, considering carefully what would we need to pack, how long would the food last, if horse were better then mules, how many rifles could fit under the wagon seat, etc...


    We also played that we were farmers, tending our crops, in the autumn when all the leaves fell from the trees, we pretended that the leaves were our crop. We had to plant, tend to, rake in rows and stack it. We would worry if rain or hail was coming that it would ruin our crop, then we would hurry to get it stacked and covered.


    We designed & built castles with lego & playmobil, made armies, commanded charges of medieval Calvary. We played out sieges from both sides. Siege towers, catapults, covered ditches & getting secret messagers behind enemy lines to call for aid were all part of our complicated medieval battle strategies...


    I'm sure we played out past lives, as everything we played was from some period of history.


    There are some fascinating stories here, I'm sure I will post more.


    Amy
     
  3. Mammatus

    Mammatus A Squid With a Rocketship

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    I recall early memories of playing World War II games. I was hooked on playing Call of Duty as well. I do remember however, feeling extremely overwhelmed when I played any of the Stalingrad missions they had. Berlin, Kasserine and Kursk missions had the same effect, but it was worse when I played Stalingrad. I HATED that city because of the way it made me feel (mind you, I'm only five and six at this point). Nowadays, I know that if I were to go to Volgograd, once off the plane, I'd probably break down on the tarmac. Also related to this, when I was about four, I remember telling my cousin I was moving to Germany. She started on about how stupid Germans were and how much she hated them. Needless to say, I was EXTREMELY angry afterwards, and it seems it hasn't worn off yet (speaking of this, if anyone here has any information on the line "Die Ost es leer", please let me know. It's bugging the taco-sauce out of me).


    I also have always been obsessed with the 50s and the 60s. The 70s somewhat too, but ESPECIALLY the 60s. I remember having always been fascinated with JFK's assassination (which I wasn't around to witness) as well as the Vietnam War. When I was in Middle School, and even afterward, The Cold War was my main subject of interest. I remember repeatedly stating that U-2 spy planes frightened me unnaturally, yet I always had wanted to fly a B-2 Stealth Bomber. I was so obsessed with the Cold War, particularly anything to do with Cuba, that I'd sit and watch for hours on end movies and documentaries about it. I also remember having known what Lawrence of Arabia was about, and hearing the lines "Have you no decency sir?" before having interest in the Cold War.


    I also remember times when I'd be obsessed with playing Ancient Rome, Ancient Egypt, Medieval Europe, and many times having been obsessed with the 79 A.D eruption og Mount Vesuvius.
     
  4. Shiftkitty

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    Childhood interests? One word: Dragons.


    Yes, I have always capitalized the word. Oh, sure, there were unicorns, pegasi, minotaurs, centaurs, elves, pixies, and fairies, but the best are the Dragons. I have frequent dreams of Dragons, and part of my meditation technique involves this one grand, green one with a bright orange ridge down his back. My meditations start with him approaching from out of the clouds and landing rather gently by me. I climb onto his shoulders and off I go!


    I've had many dreams where Dragons were quite prevalent, and no matter what they were doing, whether just soaring through mythical skies or laying waste to a kingdom, I was with them. I was either riding on one's back or else standing on a nearby tower, watching calmly as they did what they had to do.


    My favorite toy, however, is not a Dragon, but a stuffed "Tom" from Tom & Jerry. Cats are my favorite natural creature, followed in the number 2 spot by wolves.


    Childhood games were whatever the boys were playing, since we always managed to live near their friends. I did have aversions, though. I hate dolls. Not Barbies, I'm thinking "baby dolls". Seriously, they freak me out big time. They're just... *shudders* creepy!


    Left to my own devices, my play usually involved kings, knights, Dragons, unicorns, etc. Yes, "Sir Tom" and I rode to many great adventures!
     
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    I loved class units on the Civil War (and pioneer times- Oregon Trail, etc.), Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece/Rome (to some extent), the Middle Ages, and Victorian times. Time periods that interest me specifically (but never had a fun class on since they're usually not covered until high school) are WWII and ESPECIALLY the 1960s (ever since I was a kid).
     
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    I forgot i was gonna talk about other stuff. As kids we played loads of games that involved war even tho i was a gentle kind of little girl who wore loads of dresses and played with dolls i loved that too. we were hide and seek /war game obsessed in my street.


    I still have strong images or memories of me but as an adult riding a horse fast. pulling out swords , firing bows and arrows and breaking necks.


    I have loads of visions of violence and have flashing images of doing these things or having done them tho i have never been in a fight in my life.


    I feel like I was an assassin or warrior and one of my biggest obsessions was Xena Warrior Princess!


    The violence I imagine is always very slick and skilled but brutal and I have visions of riding a horse and can almost feel the motion even though I have only been on one horse when I was 10.


    The same images come to me regularly and in resting states when I'm not even thinking on that kind of topic.


    My only occurring dream is of floating/levitating and trying to explain the logic of it to people. I can taake a step and just manage to keep my feet off the ground as long ad possible.


    A psycic told me I had many past lives and my aura was rather large due to having so many lives like rings round me.Thats why i like personal space more than anything else. She said it was visible in my eyes that my spirit was old. and she's not rhe first to say that. she also said that in more then one life i was a witch and it ended badly.


    i do remember making potions as a kid. like quite a lot. but it think all kids do that.
     
  7. Tinkerman

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    Douxloulou, WELCOME! What you have written here is so typical of past life memories surfacing in the here-and-now. I would say you have some pretty strong ties to that culture and it seems they are positive. So often our memories are triggered by emotionally intense sadness. But I get the feeling you may uncover some wonderful memories. I believe the innate comfort, and, the feeling of "belonging" when you are with this group, is your soul feeling at home... it belongs there, it's at rest. I would stay in touch with these feelings and in meditation allow them to unfold.


    Tinkerman


    PS... love the vision of Paris you wrote about. Love, relationships, apartments, youth... all fit my vision of the place. I've only ever driven through it... and always wanted to stop and ride the Parisian carrousel of passion...: angel
     
  8. douxloulou

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    thanx


    Hey. Thanx for the reply! Ye I certainly did ride the carousel of passion..love the way you put that.


    I wouldn't even know how to meditate but I do wanna find someone who could help me work out what some past lives may have been, like do a regression therapy with someone skilled and long practiced.


    I would also like to know where the image and feeling of riding horses and killing comes from.. I feel like I was a warior or assassin.


    My first word was cat and I was obsessed with them til I was 20. Much more so when I was young. When I was 2 I watched the news obsessivly and knew all the presenters names.


    I just wanted to ask what is your experience with past lives?
     
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    Hello Douxloulou. I think that you have all of the right ideas to begin your search. I do not know of any Regression Therapists in Scotland, but I'm sure there are. I recommend you read all you can find on the subject, we have a wonderful book reference section. Next, I suggest you start right now and keep a journal of all of your thoughts and memories... it will come in very handy. Explore this web site and all of the others that you come in contact with. But be very discerning and deliberate in your thinking process... there are a lot of goofy ideas out there.


    As for my own story, you made read about it in the thread A Police Sergeants Memories.


    I don't want to get to far off topic for this thread, so I'll wish you luck and look forward to hearing more from you.


    Tman
     
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    As a small child, I had a shoebox full of decks of cards. Some were standard decks of playing cards and others were things like Rook, Old Maid, etc. I used to take the face cards out of the Bicycle decks, and turn all the other cards over and use the backs of them to build 2-dimensional houses for the face cards to live in. The houses were huge and rambling, lots of rooms. All the people had names and titles and I acted out equally rambling dramatic stories of their lives. I have subsequently remembered bits of a life lived in Tudor-era England, and it's interesting to me that the Queens in the Bicycle decks are wearing gable hoods, which were common in the early Tudor period. They seemed very familiar to me at the time. Now if only I could remember the names I used! :laugh:
     
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    I remember being in first or second grade and walking up to a large framed wedding license that was my Great Grandparents and saying, "That's mine. I want it back." It has been known in the family since then who it will be willed to. I have been told that I was my own Great Grandmother.


    Also, when I was a bit older but still in elementary school I began reading nursing textbooks and doctor books and could actually diagnose some ailments. I never went to college, tho, so it was not a career path for me.
     
  12. Lady2

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    I did the same thing!

    Josefina - I did the same thing as a 9 year old! I used to get a favorite book and copy it word-for-word so it wouldn't be 'destroyed' and I would still have a secret copy of it. I too, have found out later that I was a monk, approximatly 600-700 years ago.


    I can't help but wonder if there are common traits that carry over from certain kinds of lifetimes...This post was one of the things that made me decide that I just had to join this past life forum, I know this was posted a while ago, but thanks for posting anyway.
     
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    As a youngster, I remember playing the role of a shopkeeper; complete with small miscellaneous items from around our house as a shop’s stock. I once had a meditation remembering another person e.g., colleague, boss, owner wearing clean overalls (clean overalls can signify the occupation of a shopkeeper). I also related to vendors selling form produce stands.


    I also remember enjoying illustrated books, TV cartoons, and variety-shows (esp. comedy) that portrayed examples of shopkeepers and their staff!


    I remember simulating play that involved putting string up around selected areas of our house. From what I've been told, the string may have simulated rope that acted as detours for pedestrians, and traffic.


    I also remember digging-up existing pathways in our backyard; possibly simulating road/right-of-way construction, and maintenance (complete with drawn road construction signs, and drawing road-lines with branches in the soil). Related childhood interests at the time included, traffic-lights, street-lights, and utility poles.


    I feel strongly that I was simulating the projects done by public-works officials.


    In a related meditation a few years back, I was walking across the street (a 1961 sky-blue Ford Thunderbird was stopped waiting for pedestrians to cross), through a landscape that appeared very much like a route to the public-works service center (a few-blocks away in the town I felt my PL lived).


    An important indicator of these memories may be that I was working-class; working two or even three jobs as a shopkeeper, produce vendor, and as public-works personnel.


    Historical societies might have kept archives, and displayed accounts of specific occupations esp. people who worked at more than one job.


    In short, some of the best memories I've experienced which may eventually help discover my PLs identity.
     
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    When I was little I would play 'hotel', which ment I asked my dad, or another relative to listen to my guided tour of the house. I then asked them which rooms they would like to stay in, told them of the activities they could do, exc.. I also did this talking to "invisible" clients. I also played another game, similar to this one, where I was this rich, strict person who owned a correction house for children, or sometimes a military school. I would advertise the treating and hardening of the children, the education given, the benefits, and give a detailed tour.


    I also played another game, where I went out in the garden, and tried to find 'healing' plants, that I would collect and place in a bowl, which I would then prepare a mixture with.


    When I was seven or eight, I started playing spy and 'spartan'. Very similar games. The first consisted of taking notes of my relatives behaviors, listen to their conversations, go into their stuff to try to find any suspect items. The other consisted of establishing a plan, sometimes during the night, were I had to retrieve a certain item. I would arm myself with a stick, or a small knife, and go quietly, without uttering a sound, to retrieve the given item. I would sometimes make detailed plans, and develop strategies. When I got the item, I had to bring it back to a base, then put it back, depending on the item..


    I don't know if any of theses apply to my past lives, none of my current memories (who are somewhat limited) indicate so.
     
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    Interesting thread.


    When I was a kid, I was obsessed with the Little House on the Prairie books, and everything having to do with life in the early 1800s west. My mom made me a sunbonnet and dress and I even wore it a girl scout meeting (I was a weirdo.) I was also a horse crazy kid from the time I was little. I rode horses as a hobby until my mid-teens.


    As somebody else mentioned, I also made "soup" and "potion" out of plants and leaves. And jewelry and baskets out of pinestraw.


    No idea if it's related to a past life. Maybe I will find out someday.


    It's a shame kids nowadays don't do much "playing" like we used to.
     
  16. VikingGirlTBird

    VikingGirlTBird A True Viking/Medieval Person at my very heart!

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    Greetings Everybody!

    When I was child/teenager (Five years old/six years old to about fifteen years old.) I used to play my favorite make believe game that I came up with called the "The Bad King!" with my best friend, my younger cousins, and my younger good friend with just ourselves as the characters and also with barbies, toy figurines, and playmobile figurines. In "The Bad King!", there was always a super evil medieval villain who was either a really evil medieval king, a really evil medieval nobleman/lord, or a really evil medieval black knight who abducts a medieval damsel in distress who was either a medieval queen, a medieval princess, or a medieval noblewoman/girl, forces her to marry him, and forces her to do "romantic" and "loving" things (Like hug, cuddle, kiss, hold hands, and have children with him.) with him because he really romantically "loves" her.

    Also in "The Bad King!" there is usually a medieval knight in shining armor who is the usually a medieval prince, a medieval nobleman/lord, or a medieval knight who is usually her lover and comes with the damsel in distress's father's knights/army to defeat the super evil medieval villain and all his evil black knights/army, rescues her, and marries her.

    Also, the super evil medieval villain usually had spies acting as good and friendly knights, soldiers, and guards in the damsel in distress's father's army spying for him on the damsel in distress, her father, her mother, her lover, her family and friends, her father's knights/army, and other good people always trying to do evil (Things like abduction, forced marriage, hurt them, kill them, and etc.) things to them.

    Also, the super evil medieval villain's black knights, soldiers, and guards and his spies acting as good and friendly knights, soldiers, and guards were usually very mean and very abusive to both friendly and enemy civilians (the middle class/towns people, the lower class/peasants/serfs, religious people/priests/monks/nuns.) and used to hurt, beat, and sometimes kill the men and of course, stalk, try to court/seduce, abduct, and forced the women and girls to become their wives and make the children their own children. Then they would make the women do "romantic" and "loving" things with them and make the children do "loving" things with them. And later on the good guys in main damsel in distress's father's army with her lover would come and rescue them.

    Also, the super evil medieval villain's black knights/soldiers/army would make war with the damsel in distress's father and have battles with his knights/army and raid his lands, castles, towns, and villages.

    My best friend, my good friend, my cousins, and I got to play all of the main and minor characters but, my favorite characters were always the women, girls, and children who were major and minor characters, and ultimately of course the main damsel in distress who ultimately gets abducted by, gets forced to marry, and gets forced to do "romantic" and "loving" with the super evil medieval villain but, ultimately gets rescued and marries her knight in shining armor/lover. Also one of my favorite character's was the damsel in distress's knight in shining armor/lover because I really loved medieval knights. All my cousins and friends and my least favorite character to play was the super evil medieval villain because we all did not like playing "the bad guy.".
     
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    VikingGirlTBird A True Viking/Medieval Person at my very heart!

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    The other games I used to and really loved to play as a child were "Knights and Castles", "Vikings", "Pirates" featuring Black Beard/Edward Teach that we all really love to play especially at my grandmother's beach cottage in Kill Devil Hills on the Outer Banks in North Carolina, and many other games related to history in some way or form.

    For some reason, all the games usually always had to have some type of evil in them just to really make them really interesting and there usually always had to have some type of damsel(s) in distress and some type of villain(s) who usually abducts them and forces them to marry him because he really romantically "loves" them.

    My favorite characters to play were the damsel in distress, the hero who was a lot of the time a warrior, a soldier, and/or a knight, warriors, soldiers, and knights in general, and women and children in general.

    PS: There was absolutely no sex and sexual assault/rape in the game "The Bad King!" and in any of these games because as a child I absolutely did not know about and absolutely did not had a clue about what sex and sexual assault/rape were.

    Now that I am no longer a child or a teenager who is fifteen years old, that I am now a full grown adult now and so are all of the others, and that I can not my play all my favorite make believe childhood games even though the child with in me still really wants to play them.

    I have now turned to my great love of learning about, researching about, and reading about history to fill in the great void. I still really love learning about, researching about, and reading all time periods in history, especially from Prehistory to the Sixteenth Century and most of all, especially the Viking Age and the Middle Ages!

    As for my childhood obsession about damsels in distress, I now know whole a lot about, learning about, researching about, and reading about the sexual abuse, exploitation, sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual enslavement and the abduction (For marriage, sex, or sexual assault.) in peace and/or wartime in all time periods in history including modern times but, especially in the Viking Age, The Middle Ages, and in Prehistory to the Sixteenth Century.
     
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    VikingGirlTBird A True Viking/Medieval Person at my very heart!

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    Now as for my favorite make-believe childhood games validating the many past lives that I had:

    (1.) Me playing a medieval knight/soldier while playing the games "The Bad King!" and "Knights and Castles" probably validate my past life dreams as French knight during the Hundred Years War and

    (2.) Me playing the damsel in distress or various damsels in distress while playing the games "The Bad King!", "Knights and Castles!", and etc probably validates all my past life dreams as (1.) a child or a teenage girl somewhere in Ancient Celtic times running from a man who was going to do something evil to me (I do not know what.), (2.) as a woman or a teenage girl in Ancient Germania when an enemy tribe was raiding my village and abducting and enslaving women and children,

    (3.) being abducted and enslaved as a teenage girl by the Vikings after a Viking raid in Anglo-Saxion England,

    (4.) being an in a village during the Viking Age in a raid as a little Viking girl (Maybe abducted and enslaved after the raid.),

    (5.) being chased by soldiers in the abbey as Medieval English nun because they wanted the keys I was holding, (5) being sexually molested, sexually assaulted/raped, and then murdered while getting ready for my wedding on my wedding day by my friend as noblewoman or a gentlewoman in Sixteenth-Century Scotland, and finally

    (6.) being chased and then cornered by laughing British Victorian soldiers in as a woman in Victorian Britain. I do know for sure but, I was probably sexually assaulted/raped during the raids or after the raids as a slave in many of the past lives above but, I do not remember.

    There were probably many other times in my past lives that I was sexually harassed, sexually assaulted/raped, abducted, and/or forcibly married but, I have no memories of them but, I have a whole lot of hints that they probably happened. My favorite make-believe childhood games, especially the game "The Bad King!", probably being one of the biggest hints.

    Maybe the game, "The Bad King!", might hint of me being a very wealthy medieval heiress or a widow that was abducted by a medieval nobleman/lord or a medieval knight, raped, and was forced to get married to him because he wanted to my wealthy inheritance in a past life. And/or it might hint of me being pursued, sexually harassed, and/or sexually assaulted/raped or captured, abducted, sexually harassed, and/or sexually assaulted/raped and was to forced to become a concubine, a so-called "wife", and/or a actual lawfully wedded wife to friendly and/or enemy soldiers in a raid ,a war, and/or during peacetime during Medieval times in a past life.

    But I ultimately do not know, just food for thought. Also, I am absolutely in no way trying to condone the sexual abuse, the sexual exploitation, the sexual harassment, the sexual assault, the sexual enslavement, and the abduction of millions of women and teenage girls (For sex, sexual assault/rape, sexual enslavement, or marriage, especially forced marriage.) all throughout history and in modern times. I actually get extremely upset (More so with than most subjects/topics.) when I actually read all about these things happening all throughout history and in modern times.

    But, at the same time, I am still actually extremely interested in knowing a whole a lot about, learning about, researching about, and reading all about these extremely horrible things in history and in modern times and ultimately learning how to prevent them, help the survivors, and etc. It just might be that my subconscious was trying to turn extremely traumatic experiences that probably happened to me in many of my past lives into positive experiences just to deal with all that trauma that happened to me in a past life by turning it into fun make-believe childhood games.

    And maybe my very strong interest in all the subjects I just mentioned above is really my subconscious trying to make sense about all what just happened to me and is trying to gain as my knowledge about these things in order to keep me safe, try to prevent it from happening again, and to help me cope and heal from it if it happens again and etc. But, that is just my theory.

    I am very sorry if I really upset somebody and that I was absolutely trying not to in any way to condone all these things and that I actually strongly condemn all these things. Sending prayers of love and healing to everybody!

    PS: There is one more game that I really loved to play when I was a child and that was to play "Air Plane!" with my cousins. We used to pretend we were in an airplane going somewhere and that game validates my past life dream as an airplane pilot in the early twentieth century. I always really loved and got really excited by and still really love and get really excited by flying in an airplane. One of the most exciting ways to travel, especially during take-off and landing racing down the runway like a roller-coaster especially in a big jet airplane. Love it!

    Peace! :) ;)
     
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    Wow, quite a bunch of first-post posts! A note about rape though, men and boys get raped also. When I recall a young man who killed himself after being laughed at by hospital people.
     
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    True, I feel that much more work needs to be done in this field to change matters ( attitudes etc ).
     
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    What comes to mind is when I was a little girl and having been read Cinderella, when mom came to the chapter of her wedding day I was very unhappy and said something like I don't like weddings ( now thanks to exploring past life memories I have felt forced to go through with a wedding in two past lives that I tried to get out of but then caved in, hoping for the best. sadly right in both cases, it was no happy ever after ).
     
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    Hi Jaimie,

    Regarding your post #80, the best thing we can do is pray and work for the health and continuance of Western Civilization IMO. I believe these gains are very fragile, and are really only as solid and stable as those that enforce and perpetuate them. Hence, I am by no means secure that they will continue if the West falls.

    Cordially,
    S&S
     
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    Cool thread. I played a lot of games that make sense in the light of my past lives, but thinking like this got me wondering about what could be the reason I was so obsessed with pretending to be a mermaid when I was a kid. :'D Like, truly obsessed, I would swim in a lake for an entire day at times and really expect to grow a tail. If it's past life related somehow, I have no clue what it would mean. I don't think I would have been someone who was trying to find mermaids or other myths, since in my play I simply wanted to be one, really really badly, like swimming with a tail made complete sense to me. I don't think there's any evidence for the existence of mermaids, it's just that I'm wondering if there could be an explanation to this since it was so distinct. I guess I could've just lived somewhere where people swam a lot and had mermaid stories? Or it could not be past life related at all, and for some reason mermaids just struck a cord with the little dreamer me. I don't know...
     
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    I can't help, but think of sailors and the legendary stories of seeing mermaids, having a kind of romantic, mystery view of it. Imagine being a child in those days and being told those stories, it must have been exciting. :)
    /Jaimie
     
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    found my old stories from when i was a little kid and could not spell right. I wrote about being trapped in a hospital with crazy people, and in another being on horse and people dressed with those long, what ever the name is for them, monks and so on. I have no recollection of ever writing a story about being trapped in a hospital, but I do remember the familiarity with those long monk and priest wardrobe of choice. Unfortunately in 2 of my past lives I was a patient in a mental hospital, sort of depressing actually once that unwrapped itself, but on the sunny side of things - I did get out both those times...:eek::rolleyes::p
    /Jaimie
     
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    I'm not sure if necroposting is allowed on this forum, I looked through all the rules and didn't see anything about it. But I've got some relevant stories. So if it's not allowed then I just won't do it again.
    I'm not yet sure how it might play into past lives, but I played in very non-typical ways when I was a kid.
    I would play with anything available to me. I'd shave the Barbie's heads and give them spiral "face tattoos". The Barbies had removable heads, so I'd occasionally pop one off and put it on a stick to indicate they lost the battle. (I also used to paint V-shaped stripes on my forehead, spirals on my cheeks, and stripes on my chin- that specific pattern- and pretend I had face tattoos. Still not sure where or why I came up with the idea.) I'd throw belts across my chest and pretend they were bands of bullets, pick up a big stick and pretend it was a long gun, grab some old boots out of the closet. I'd gather random plants and pretend like I was making medicine out of them, by grinding them between rocks. I'd make "catapults" with rulers and books in school, to the dismay of everyone else in the room. I liked to find things that would float and pretend I had a fleet of "war boats."
    Obviously that's not all I did, but those are some recurring themes.
     
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    What age range were you when this happened? Could it be possible media, movies or historical stuff influenced this behavior? If this was from a young age and entirely independent that is a chance that something is going on.
     
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    VikingGirlTBird A True Viking/Medieval Person at my very heart!

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    Greetings Everybody,

    When children play their make believe/pretend childhood games dealing with their past lives and unconsciously remember their past lives by sort of reenacting their past lives, are the things like the storylines, plots, events, people, characters, objects, and etc in their games usually turn out to be exactly the same exact things that were in and/or happened in their past lives that they are reenacting in their games or do the things like the storylines, plots, events, people, characters, objects, and etc in their games are sometimes not exactly the same things that happened in their past lives but, are very similar things that were in and/or happened in their past lives that they are reenacting in their games?

    For a example and this particular example a just a example that I just happened to made up: Let's say when you were a child you had a specific favorite make believe/pretend childhood game dealing supposedly with a specific past life and in the specific childhood game dealing with your specific past life you were reenacting you pretended you were in royalty in the Middle Ages/or the Renaissance, fell in love, got married, and where in deeply in love with your spouse, had a whole lot of children, saw your children get married to other royalty, only lived in your one and only dream castle/palace, had many servants but, they were mostly women or a equally mix of men and women, mostly raised your own children and your children lived with you guys until they got married because you guys had a very strong bond and a relationship, and etc, etc, etc, etc, and etc.

    But, in reality in that specific past life that you where sort of reliving/reenacting in that specific game from childhood you were high ranking nobility in the Middle Ages/or Renaissance, had a arranged marriage but, really grew to really love (Not romantically love but, love as in like a family member, a best friend, and etc.) your spouse, had a whole lot of children, saw your children get married to a member of the royal family, other high ranking nobility, and/or a very slightly lower nobility as your family in rank, travelled to and stay in many of your castles that your owned but, one was your favorite and you spent the most of your time there, had many servants but they were mostly men and just a couple of women, mostly did not raised you own children and sent them away to other noble households but you still had a very strong bond and a relationship with them and etc, etc, etc, etc, and etc.

    So, as you can see sometimes stories that we play out in our childhood may or might not be exactly the same exactly stories that happened in our past lives but, if they are not they very same exact stories, they are very often very very similar stories to what really happened in our past lives. That is what I honestly feel like my childhood games dealing with my past lives are like in relation to what actually happened in my past lives.

    PS: Sorry of the very long post and spelling and typing errors and sorry if I got too off topic and derailed that thread everybody. I really did not mean to do that.

    Yours, VikingGirlTBird!
     

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