Do you believe in reincarnation? Many do, and there seems to be irrefutable proof that some remember their previous lives, most of them are children. This makes sense as explained in Wayne Dyers last book, Memories of Heaven, Children’s Astounding Recollections of The Time Before They Came to Earth.
- Memories of Heaven
- Memories of Past Lives
- Memories of Choosing Parents
- Memories of Family Reincarnations and Role Reversals
- Memories of Spiritual Connections to Our Source
- Mystical and Precognitive Wisdom
- Invisible Friends and Spiritual Visitations
- Angel Stories
Out of the mouth of babes! It’s remarkable just how many young children who are barely able to speak full sentences, relay remnants of their previous life or time in heaven.
It seems that infants and toddlers often arrive here with memories of their lifetimes in the spirit world and frequently provide evidence of this to their immediate families. They tell of dialogues with God, give evidence that they themselves had a hand in picking their own parents, speak about long-deceased family members they knew while in the dimension of Spirit, verify past-life recollections, and speak eloquently and accurately of a kind of Divine love that exists beyond this physical realm and even of times when telepathic communication took place, as well as the ability to decide just when they would come here to Earth.
Memories of Heaven is a compilation of heartwarming and true stories that were gathered and organized into specific themes. As I read these accounts, I’m amazed at unbelievable stories these tiny tots openly share. One couple lost their fist daughter, Beth, due to heart problems when she was about three years old. Their third daughter, Amy, born fives years after this, hadn’t been told about Beth. When she was about three and a half, the parents pulled out a video of Beth, and Amy said, “That’s my sister Beth! I knew her in heaven before I was born.”
The stories are captivating and mind opening. I have a very open mind and believe there are so many things we don’t know. I’m so delighted our precious youth are able and willing to share their experiences through this fascinating book. Parents and grandparents are encouraged to take a much more active role in communicating with their new arrivals . . . and to realize that there is far more to this earthly experience than what we perceive with our five senses.