In this interview, Brian Weiss talks about whether we reincarnate as animals (or animals as humans), how many lifetimes most people have experienced, if past-life regression can cause issues in addition to healing them, what to do when we experience a traumatic past-life memory, how often we regress to a lifetime that is relevant to our current issues, and Dr. Weiss' viewpoints on 'old souls' and 'soul mates.
In this video report, I cover the subject of suicide from many different angles. Based on the evidence of my 13-year investigation into the afterlife, I share with you in this video what happens when people who have committed suicide return home to the spirit world, the consequences of their act, whether or not they go to a place some people might call hell, how their suicide affects their soul and their soul's growth, how their pre-birth choices are connected to their suicide, why everyone's soul who has lost a loved one to suicide knew...
What did the Buddha really say about the after life? I have heard that Buddha said the soul is not permenant. That the soul dies with death, and reincarnation is just your conciousness moving on. I have even heard that He originally never spoke of Nirvana, but one just becomes enlightened to end the cycle. Than why in the Dhammapda does He speak of immortality, surpassing the gods, conquering death, heaven, and hell?
Basically, when you die, your mind skips over to a parallel universe through quantum frequencies and waves, thus you continue to survive. Similar to my previous question on the string theory, and human consciousness existing in higher dimensions, but this is from a more materialistic standpoint. Where as, evolution takes place, but on a quantum level. Your thoughts?