The stories that children tell are often filled with the brilliance of their vast imaginations. While parents and family laugh and giggle at the colorful tales, some of this information may be relevant to a potential past life experience and there are specific alerts to look for.
Take Note of the Evidence
Some children are born with birthmarks that remain throughout their life. Studies of past life experience has made correlations to these birthmarks and devastating injuries that occurred in a previous life. Be aware if any conditions or places create intense moments of unhappiness or a level of discomfort in the child, when there isn’t any historic reason that you are aware of.
Pay Attention to Distinct Information
If a child begins to relate names, colors and places that are specific, start to make a journal to keep these details. The window of this self-recognition in children is not long, so it’s important to document what the child is conveying. Take note if a child expresses experiences involving times and dates that they have not been exposed to or a high level interest in favorite particular occupations. This is of special importance if the child becomes obsessive and refuses to expand their interests to include other activities.