This is probably something that I should have thought to put up sooner, but I didn't. LOL!
Anyway, as the creator of the site, I would be interested to know just how everyone came to find out about Soul Reconciliations. Did you happen across a link to it on another forum? Did another member refer you? If so, who? Did you just stumble across us in your travels through the web?
Last Edit: Jan 31, 2011 21:07:24 GMT -5 by Laurasia
Through Carol Bowman's forum I found your thread about Hans, and when I saw you had a blog up for it I followed that which eventually led me to this forum. I wasn't all that comfortable sharing my stuff on Bowman's forum so was thrilled when I found this place.
I got here from Carol Bowman's past lives forum. The concept intrigued me, and I'm interested in the WWII time period (in addition to 1960s-70s- I had a dream last month that I don't know if it was "real" or not, but it got me obsessed with the concept again for the first time since high school), so I clicked on the link. But I don't have any specific past life memories, which I feel rather bad about since I have nothing to add to the conversation other than "cool!"
The only thing I'm going on blindly here is a general interest in the time period, that WWII-on-the-homefront movies make me cry, and when I was watching one in 2005, the name "Charlie" came to mind for some reason, but I didn't know a Charlie. The next year, I dated a Charlie (forgetting about that experience until later- fortunately I had written about it in my journal at the time), and we've been together ever since.
I've tried past life regression, but it's never worked. I feel bad about just being a lurker (save for the "Free Help" thread, which seemed like a godsend... was I "supposed" to find this site?), but I don't know what else to do.
Last Edit: May 11, 2011 13:00:54 GMT -5 by pixarfan
I think, when I was having my Black Wall incident, I randomly googled "reincarnated nazi" and went through a few pages before this popped up. I waited a while before I joined, but I did inevitably join.
Verzeih mir, bleib bei mir Und ich sagte noch: Vergissmeinnicht.
Don't worry about your lack of memories, dear. Often times that "familiar hunch" is all that we start with in regards to remembering a particular lifetime. I was like that for YEARS in regards to my lifetime as Hans before any actual memories began to surface. So no worries there. Perhaps you were meant to find us?
Well I am certainly glad that you were able to find us via your search. It's been great having you here. ;D
Hi, I'm Mooseroom... and this was a random thing. :sigh: Here I go again.
I'm 21. I grew up with this attraction to the Jewish community. When I was 13 I had this dream, and I don't know what came first or if they happened at the same time. I became obessed with the holocaust, I read a lot of the books I could get my hands on, and any movie I could find and rent at age 13 without asking my mom.
Right after my 15th birthday a nun said, speaking to a group of teens I was with (I was catholic), 'If you don't want to be catholic you don't have to." This sparked my interested in the jewish religion. I read any book I could get my hands on and understand.
When I was 16 I started attending a synagogue, I felt at home. At age 18 I started a conversion. At age 22, I've given up on it basically. My rabbi was unhelpful and my community small and hard for me to fit in totally.
My boyfriend, whom I love dearly, finally got pulled into this. (There was drama the rabbi was starting with a friend of mine who I still talk to, and I was trying to open up to the synagogue board about my unhappiness with his lack of leadership.) I finally opened up to him about my deep desire to be Jewish, and the pain the conversion process had caused me.
Now he is hell bent on getting me legally converted. This makes me happy, but scares me. I'm satisfied with my life, I learned to not need a silly paper. I'll admit, I still have issues and pain related to it that keeps me from being involved, which does make me unhappy, but I'm filling the void with hobbies. ANYWHO.
So, today. I started goggling reincarnation again, and found you.... Just wanted to see other peoples experience.
Welcome to the forum mooseroom. Thanks for telling your story. You have come to the right place for discussing your past life suspicions. I had just released a book about healing past life pain from the Holocaust and have other material through blogs if you want to check it out. But you certainly are not alone. Hope to see you around more!