Reincarnation was once part of the Bible but was removed thinking it would take away the power to get people to move in the right direction to repent etc.
Also the University of Virginia did a study of thousands of children that remembered past lives and were able to verify all the facts and came to the scientific conclusion that there was some type of reincarnation going on.
Also many people who have had near death experiences have also noted that they have come to this plane many times over and over again… with many different bodies.
And if you watch TV and the show Ghost Hunters they actually have images of spirits that are there on infrared but not there with regular vision. — thus there is something else going on.
Dr. Ian Stevenson’s life work was all about reincarnation and had amassed over 3000 cases of children remembering past lives with proof that they did remember elements that were impossible to know.
A boy in India, Gopal remembered being killed by a man and remembered his former name and the name of the killer and even details of the family—it all proved to be true.
Some children even have markings on their body that correlate to knife wounds or gun shot wounds and even born with no fingers relating to having to had fingers amputated in a previous life.
And some children speak perfectly in other languages without being exposed to that language.
A child in Beirut remembered being killed in a car accident and all the facts of his other life checked out, even the location of the accident and names of friends.
All the Spiritual Text talk about moving towards the light and raising vibration to attain enlightenment and then in the end finally letting go of all ego and melting into “THAT”.
And as for not remembering our past lives as adults… would you go through all the pains of learning your lessons, if you knew for sure that you had to go through them again?
Most of us don’t want to go through the pain in the first place… let along decide to do it all over again.
We have a huge aversion to pain.
But some of us march forward anyway… believing that we are doing the work of “THAT”.
For me… it gives me a profound sense of peace that I can learn… and then learn some more.
Dr. Paul Haider