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Finding Past Lives in the Present

How my soulmates accidentally taught me that we all straddle multiple existences at once.

We were strangers visiting opposite sides of the same moment and coming to identical conclusions.

And yet somehow, being told by a stranger, “You lived during World War II” makes a lifetime of Holocaust nightmares so much more real.

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Berlin’s Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe (a.k.a., Holocaust Memorial) — Photo by Pixabay from Pexels

Here’s where my past-life soulmates begin to come in. Recognizably:

“I want to watch a movie right now. I really want to watch Schindler’s List. I have no idea why.”

Definitely worth watching.

Because after a lifetime of trying to repress Holocaust nightmares, and to dismiss the spontaneous and brutal war-era visions in my meditations as “random” intrusive thoughts… it was no longer so easy to ignore this all anymore. My reality had already begun to shift.

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First date: drinks. (Photo by Oleg Magni from Pexels)

After all, even when we don’t remember our past lives, they are speaking through us.

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This. (Photo: Laura Rosell)

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