When the soul (re)incarnates, the mind is stripped off its memories from the past lives. It's truly an ingenious way to hold a human mind in captivity of the present moment. Perhaps it's a clever ploy of the universe to recycle souls and not have to worry about maintaining the sanctity of the past life relationships. Imagine how chaotic our lives would become if we retained all the memories from our past lives. We would be roaming around like disoriented and confused souls if we hadn't been given a chance to start over with a clean slate. Is it really a clean slate with no burden of past actions carried forward, and no shadows of misdeeds chasing us from the past? The brain retains images not only from our present lives but also from our past lives, the snapshots of which, at times, are revealed to us in our dreams. Oftentimes we discard such dreams as meaningless, for the reason that the people and locations we see in our dreams bear no relevance to our existing lives. Are these dreams irrelevant ? Are they meant to be discarded? Is there a possibility that these dreams are cosmic messages relayed to us in our sleep?
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Inner awakening volume 2 is a book that makes you see reincarnation from another perspective. It ties up dreams and our past lives, we all have thoughts within us that come from our past lives. Very good book to understand more about how our soul works in reincarnation process.
Vol. 1 was compelling enough for me to buy this one. I'm not a big believer in reincarnations but I must say this book had me thinking.
Explanation regarding Alternate realities made sense.
Past life regression examples, especially, the wife reborn as daughter.
I liked the flow and coherence in the content. Short and crisp. No beating around the bush. I could so much relate to author's experience. I have been on this path for many years and read a lot of books on this subject only to make sense of my own spiritual experiences. The author's explanation resonated so much with mine. There's no rocket science involved in understanding the awakening process. It simply means aligning with your inner core. Loved the simplicity of the content, especially the expansion theory and alternate realities. I would certainly have liked the content to be in the author's own voice. Would have added value.
Another wonderful piece by the author. I like the authenticity and simplicity of her work. I don't believe in reincarnation but I was tempted to listen to this audio only after buying Vol.1. Have to say I'm glad I did.
Part about Alternate realities was intriguing. So was about soulmates.
Author Anjali Chugh pitches his mercifully short collection of disjointed platitudes and recycled catch phrases as part of a larger volume of work, which the reader is encouraged to buy. The seemingly endless Afterword includes two painfully detailed web addresses where he can be reached for personal consultation.
Narrator Donna Havern's mispronunciation of common words suggests a limited grasp of the language, a distinct handicap for a professional reader. Examples: en-com-PASS-es, a-MIST (amidst), spiritchal, etc., and oddly, shtress (stress), shtripes (stripes), ashtral (astral); any word containing the consonant blend "str" is rendered "shtr". Very shtrange.
The author really knows how to get inside reader’s mind. I read the volume one of Inner Awakening and it is really good too. This Volume 2 deals with a topic that some people could be skeptical with but i do believe in reincarnation. We experience our life in a meaningless way when we don’t know why we are here or where we come from. If we take the time to know ourselves in a spiritual way we are definitely going to lead more meaningful lives. Very well written book.
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