By Dr. John L. Reizer
Editor at NoFakeNews.net
For as long as man has been able to think about important questions, he has probably been pondering one of the biggest questions of them all; do we live again? It’s a good question and one that has been seriously debated by many people throughout the world.
Quite a few of the modern religions that are in existence often preclude their followers from even broaching the subject of reincarnation. The truth be told, everybody in the world at one time or another has wondered what happens after it’s all over here.
We are borne into this world out of thin air and miraculously adapt to our earthly environment. Did you ever stop and think about how absolutely amazing it is that young children can easily master the language skills of any geographic location they happen to find themselves in? How is it that some very young children, with no prior experience, can play a musical instrument better than schooled musicians that have been practicing their artistic expressions for thirty years or longer? Why can some people remember past lifetimes in other parts of the world? Did you know there are documented cases of people that have been hypnotically regressed so that they can remember previous lifetimes? These same individuals are often able to suddenly speak and understand a foreign language? How is this possible unless they have lived before?
Several years ago my mother became very ill. She developed stomach pains, had little to no appetite, and lost an incredible amount of weight. She believed she was going to die and was admitted into a hospital several times only to be told on each occasion that she was physically fine. Finally, at my request, she visited a hypnotherapist. The therapist unlocked her subconscious mind and when she came home she began to feel better. Suddenly she had a strong urge to write poetry. This was a woman that had never written a poem in her life. Several years later my mother has authored over 3,000 poems and published many books. The funny thing is the poems are very good. Damn good as a matter of fact. Another funny thing about my mom’s poetry is that she believed she was not always the person responsible for writing the words that would land on the pages of paper in front of her.
A couple of years ago, my mother visited a reputable, psychic medium. She truly wanted to know who or what was really behind the poetic expressions that continued to flow out of her pen on a daily basis. The session with the psychic explained, pretty much, everything that had happened to my mom and she was finally able to understand why poetry had suddenly consumed her life. I won’t tell you the incredible story here, but I will tell you that my mom would say, “Yes,” if you asked her the question: Do we live again?