Consideration

4 reasons why I, a realist, believe in reincarnation

“Past life”

“Reincarnation”

There is a certain amount of people who feel rejected just by hearing these spiritual words, isn’t there?

I used to be the same way.

“There is no God, and when I die, it’s over. There’s nothing left.”

I was completely convinced of that, and I thought it was the unshakable truth of this world.

Hmmm, but I guess there is a God, isn’t there? There are many people who believe in it.

But there are people who can’t be saved even if they pray

Well, it’s hard to say there is a God, but it’s also hard to say there isn’t……

Of course, just because I don’t believe in God, I don’t make fun of other people’s religious beliefs.

It’s up to the individual to decide what to believe or not to believe.

Thus, for a long time, I have lived my life thinking that spirituality is impossible for me, but recently I have gradually changed my way of thinking, and now I can no longer deny all spirituality.

Or rather, I’ve been affirming that a lot lately.

And one of the spiritual things I affirm is “reincarnation“.

Now I believe that reincarnation is possible.

I believe that past life exists.

So why do I believe that reincarnation exists today?

I would like to explain that now.

The fact that a system beyond human knowledge exists in this world

In my life, I have come to realize that there are many things in this world that I do not understand.

And there are things in this world that are incomprehensible but awesome anyway.

For example, I think the process of creating a human being is the best example of this.

When a sperm and an egg combine, a brain is formed, limbs grow, organs are formed, eyes are formed, ears are formed, and then the human being is completed. it’s a very mysterious and amazing system.

The following YouTube video is a computer-generated recreation of the process from fertilization to the baby’s appearance, and no matter how many times I think about it, it’s still a mystery.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lM2-8se6pp8u0026t

All it takes is the union of such a small sperm and egg, and the rest is automatically created, including the brain, heart, liver, stomach, intestines, and bones.

I can’t help but wonder who on earth created such an amazing system.

Will humans be able to create such a system in the future?

Recently, humans have finally been able to create organs using iPS cells, but we have yet to create a system that can comprehensively produce bones, brains, blood, skin, and so on.

It is truly mystical and seems to be a system that only God can create.

If this kind of beyond-humanity system exists, it would not be surprising if there are various other beyond-humanity systems in this world.

And I think that one of these systems that transcends human knowledge is the system of reincarnation.

I don’t think it’s surprising that there is a system where the souls of the dead are collected once and then recycled again.

Just like the food chain, it would not be surprising if there is a chain of souls as well.

There are many things in this world that humans do not understand.”

Once I recognized this fact, I began to believe in reincarnation.

Do children remember their mother’s womb?

Secondly, and this is also a strange story, but there are many children who have memories from when they were in their mother’s belly, so-called prenatal memories.

The following is a video interview with a child who has prenatal memories.

Since the testimony was given by a child as young as a kindergartener, I feel that it is unlikely that they are speaking a lie.

If you search for “prenatal memory” on YouTube, you will find various videos of young children talking about their prenatal memories.

But why do they remember what happened before they were born?

I don’t have any memories of being in my mother’s womb.

I think it’s very strange that they have prenatal memories, but at the same time, in the second half of this prenatal memory video, there is a story about a child who has memories even before the prenatal memories.

It makes me wonder what’s going on, but I also think that if prenatal memories actually exist, it wouldn’t be strange if there were memories even earlier than prenatal memories.

However, I have never seen a video of a 3 or 4-year-old child talking about a previous memory before prenatal memory, which I find a little strange.

I think that she is old enough to say the right lines when given them by an adult.

If a 3 or 4-year-old child was talking about memories from a previous life, it would be unlikely that an adult had infused lines into them, but with a 10-year-old, I’m not so sure. (The children who were talking about prenatal memories were quite young, so I believe that this is completely true.)

So personally, I can’t proudly claim that this video is true, but that doesn’t mean it’s a lie either.

Reincarnation is some sort of secret sauce that has been passed down from one ancestor to the next?

Also, when I hear stories about reincarnation, I often hear people say, “I’m from _ now, but I was from _ in a previous life.”

It is true that there may be cross-country reincarnation, but even if there is not, in my opinion, we all inherit some memories of our ancestors, and in a sense, we are continuously being reincarnated.

What I mean is that if so much information is written in sperm and an egg that can develop a human being, it would not be surprising if some of the memories of the owner of the sperm and egg are written in the sperm and egg.

And although the memories of our ancestors do not come to the surface when a person is born, I wonder if they have always been dormant in some way in the depths of the memories of the newly born.

And I think that the memories of our ancestors have been passed down from generation to generation.

I don’t know if it’s the memories of my ancestors, or their nature, or what, but I believe that if we have such advanced human body and brain systems, there is definitely something of our ancestors stored in our unconscious.

Believing in reincarnation can lead to a richer life

I also believe that we should believe in reincarnation because it allows us to live happily.

For example, there is a case in which a person who has been bereaved of a loved one is driven to despair, but by being able to believe that reincarnation is possible, that person’s heart is lightened.

This is what is called spiritual care.

there is also a case in which people who had been thinking about dying began to believe that there was an afterlife, and they no longer wanted to die and were able to live a richer life than before.

It is said that by being able to believe that life has no end, we are able to live this life with a sense of purpose.

If believing in reincarnation makes life more meaningful, then the truth about whether there really is life after death or not becomes less important.

I also believe that we should believe in reincarnation if it will make our lives easier to live.

Conclusion

So far, I have explained my reasons for believing in reincarnation.

To date, more than 2,600 cases of reincarnation have been reported in 40 countries around the world.

I’m not sure if all of these cases are really lies……

Moreover, it seems that scholars have been seriously studying reincarnation with a neutral and scientific attitude.

If it has been scientifically researched, and many cases of reincarnation have been reported, then it seems that reincarnation is really possible……

Maybe. Also, I think it’s not good to have a tendency to be treated like a crazy person if I insist on spiritual things such as “reincarnation”

Hmmm… but I can understand why some people don’t believe in spirituality……

I can’t claim with complete 100% certainty, but I still believe that reincarnation exists.

And most importantly, I think that life is richer when I can believe that there is reincarnation.

And even if things don’t go well, I will feel a little better if I think, “I’ll just do my best in the next life.

In fact, I’m thinking, “If I can’t get married, I’ll do my best to get married in the next life.” lol

So that’s it for my thoughts on reincarnation.

Thank you for taking the time to read this long! 😉

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