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#61 Yosei

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Posted 07 October 2005 - 05:38 PM

For some reason, even though the rest of China sounds vaguely frightening to me (not sure why, I like many aspects of Asian cultures generally, but tend to lean more towards Japanese and think of China as a somewhat scary place, albeit with good food), I was watching some documentary on the telecourse channel, and they mentioned Fujian Province in China. I'm not sure I'm even spelling it right, but somehow *that place* sounded safe, familiar, and like I had lived there once and just really wanted to go back there. Incidentally, what they apparently are noted for there is growing the finest Oolong tea in the world and having tea-brewing competitions, I suppose the way places in the US have chili cookoffs, as well as meditation ceremonies around it, similar to those in Japan. And I have always loved tea, even as a toddler when I could convince anyone to give me a taste, which I gather most children don't care for the taste of it. I also tend to meditate with it, and did before I knew about it being used that way in Asian cultures, or even that what I was doing was called meditation( though I admit, tea just favors that usage naturally anyway). So, I'm figuring that could well have been a place I lived in another life.
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Posted 07 October 2005 - 06:53 PM

I have been told that I'm a very old soul. I feel a strong pull to 15th/16th century England. The Tudor/Elizabethean Court. I have been told I was a shepherd of men. Also some time was spent in Venice and ancient Rome. I think I was involved in the arts. I don't know if I believe all of this. Could be.

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Posted 14 October 2005 - 01:46 AM

I have been told that I'm a very old soul.  I feel a strong pull to  15th/16th century England.  The Tudor/Elizabethean Court.  I have been told I was a shepherd of men.  Also some time was spent in Venice and ancient Rome.  I think I was involved in the arts.  I don't know if I believe all of this.  Could be.

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Funny, cause I'm very attracted to the era of Queen Elizabeth I. I admire her sooooooooooooooooooo much. I can't tell you how many times I've watched "Elizabeth"; Cate Blanchett did a wonderful job portraying the Virgin Queen. I have studied up on her so much, and everything about it seems so familiar to me. Especially when they write about her death, her final days. She was courageous, and wise, and tough.
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Posted 18 October 2005 - 06:43 PM

I really feel I spent some time at the Court of Queen Elizabeth. I think I was also familiar with her father Henry VIII. I always feel a great sense of dread whenever his name is mentioned or if I am reading or watching anything relating to him. Gee, I hope I wasn't one of his wives :yawn:.

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Posted 19 October 2005 - 06:01 AM

I am strongly drawn to the Renasaince era. Makes sence rhat I'm a "rennie". I'm also drawn to the old west and love the movies about Billy the kid and the Earps. This once doesn't make much sence WW2??? Not sure why.

I have had no readings of past lives and don't even know where to begin.
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Posted 19 October 2005 - 11:51 AM

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What's that? You live in Podunk and don't have accessed to a trained hypnotist? No problem. Go to http://www.astralware.com and snag a copy of their PLR software.  I haven't had a chance to do a session with it, but from what I sampled, it does a very good job of reproducing what a hypnotist would do in a PLR session.

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Posted 19 October 2005 - 12:50 PM

Past lives...my fav topic...

Ancient history is my favorite subject, and being that Sumerians were one of the most ancient and beautiful cultures, I had a feeling that I belonged there. I thought their beautiful drawings of their snake gods were delicate and wonderful, and so my guess is I was probably a priestess of some sort...but that's all I could get out of these certain 'pulls of interest'. I was born with an odd gift of fine artistic love, and the certain 'love tug' for sketching or drawing ancient arts of their times.

Another thing that is really funny, I'm full blood Italian, my father being from Sicily and my mother from Rome, both of them have a great interest in the Roman/Greek history. I, being uninterested in that culture, had a better feeling of home in the middle east. I've had dreams before of seeing a golden hallway, but I haven't got much details from it yet.
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Posted 19 October 2005 - 10:48 PM

I believe in past lives.. Kinda like dasa-a-vo: Don't really have a great understanding about it all. :ghost:

Where would you begin to know about a past life even if you had lived one?
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Posted 20 October 2005 - 12:41 AM

Earth Spirit, thanks for the tip. I'm gonna checkit out and give it try soon.
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Posted 20 October 2005 - 05:12 PM

Well I obvioiusly have a very large obbsession with Jack The Ripper and honestly get chills when I am either studying something new on him or watching a documentary or dreaming of going to london to check out his old spots. Does this mean I was Jack the Ripper in a past life. I dont belive how true it is but supposably I might be related to one of the suspects that could be him, is it possible to be related and the same person in a different life? I dont belive I am the reincarnation of Jack but know you have me thinking....thanks
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Posted 20 October 2005 - 05:14 PM

I am on the fence about this one.  I want to believe in it but as with anything  paranormal there is just such a lack of evidence and perhaps no way we can ever really prove in them. 

Simmy....we may have something in common...I am completely obsessed with the Titanic and joke that I went down with it as well.  I also have a huge phobia about deep water...anything deeper than my head is considered deep water even if it is only 1 inch above my head.  However, I also love all things nautical.  I love lighthouses, nautical decorations, would love to live with a view of the ocean, I love collecting shells...etc.  So, I have often joked that I was a pirate or sailor that went down with his ship.

I also have a fascination with Jack the Ripper and had a dream one night that I was one of the victims.  So, is it possible?  Or did I dream it because I had just read a book about him not too long before.  And with Titanic..my great-grandfather loved to read and was fascinated with the Titanic and he died before I was born, so maybe I am not re-incarnated from a Titanic passenger but from my g-grandfather.

But, I also beleive that sometimes we WANT to believe so much that we will take any like or dislike and say it is from a past life.  Just because I am interested in Irish culture and you in Chinese does not mean we came from past lives.  We all are unique people with different tasts and are going to be drawn to different things.  I love babgpipe music, but just becuase I heard it on a CD once and fell in love.  I didn't pick one up and play it when I was 2, I don't have memories from listening to it...I don't think I am from a Scottish heritage in a past life.  I just like the haunting sounds a bagpipe makes.

So, basically, I liek the idea of believing but also our fears and extreme likes might just be our personality.

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that would be wierd me the ripper and you one of his victims over 100 years later and posting on the same websight
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Posted 20 October 2005 - 10:44 PM

A fortune teller once told me that I'm not going to meet my soulmate in this lifetime, because I was married to him (or her?) in my past life. I don't know if there's any truth to that but anyway, it would've been nice to find out who I was exactly, I suppose. I was so stunned Whirly Dude I didn't get to inquire further.. Hehe...
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Posted 21 October 2005 - 07:40 AM

A fortune teller once told me that I'm not going to meet my soulmate in this lifetime, because I was married to him (or her?) in my past life.  I don't know if there's any truth to that but anyway, it would've been nice to find out who I was exactly, I suppose. I was so stunned  :hug:  I didn't get to inquire further.. Hehe...

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So we only get one soulmate per life? Well I guess that makes sense if reincarnation is real but thats still pretty sucky in my opinion. So if you miss your soul mate the one time she or he is around then your screwed into meeting second best for the rest of your time on this planet.
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Posted 21 October 2005 - 10:29 AM

So we only get one soulmate per life?  Well I guess that makes sense if reincarnation is real but thats still pretty sucky in my opinion.  So if you miss your soul mate the one time she or he is around then your screwed into meeting second best for the rest of your time on this planet.

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(If reincarnation & soulmates were at all true)

I don't see how that could be so tragic if you could reincarnate several times.

Anyhow, the message of that reading was probably specific..

Maybe it doesn't follow that if you already met your soulmate in your past life and was with him/her, then you're not going to meet him/her again in this lifetime.

Maybe multiple soulmates are possible.

Maybe the fortune teller doesn't really know how it works.

I dunno if anyone's sure about how it works.
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Posted 21 October 2005 - 11:06 AM

I feel I have lived in England before in a poor part of town. I look up and see shadows with people on the roof tops. Smoke in the air. I've dreamed this many times.
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