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Children Who Have Lived Before

In this book, children from all around the world remember their past lives, and eminent scientists explain how many of these children's stories have been followed up to verify whether their statements have any foundation in fact.

Author : Trutz Hardo

Release : 2012-01-31

Publisher : Random House

ISBN : 1448118042

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In this book, children from all around the world remember their past lives, and eminent scientists explain how many of these children's stories have been followed up to verify whether their statements have any foundation in fact. Incredibly, when subjected to scientific investigation, children's memories about their past lives can invariably be confirmed in every detail. Supported by overwhelming scientific evidence, the children's stories in this book suggest that reincarnation is a reality for us all. Whether they are from England, Europe, the USA, Lebanon, South Africa, Israel, India, Brazil, Sri Lanka or Turkey, children who have lived before offer us insights into our global future, as well as profound messages from our collective past. This book is a must for anyone interested in the subject of reincarnation. '[Trutz Hardo presents] convincing evidence on reincarnation that will even give the toughest sceptic much to think about. I hope that finally many readers will learn the truth of reincarnation' Elizabeth Kübler-Ross, author of 'On Death and Dying'

Children's Past Lives

In Children's Past Lives, she tells how to distinguish between a true past life memory and a fantasy, offers practical advice to parents on how to respond to a past life memory, and shows how to foster the spiritual and healing benefits of ...

Author : Carol Bowman

Release : 2012-02-01

Publisher : Bantam

ISBN : 0307482782

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Has your child lived before? In this fascinating, controversial, and groundbreaking book, Carol Bowman reveals overwhelming evidence of past life memories in children. Not only are such experiences real, they are far more common than most people realize. Bowman's extraordinary investigation was sparked when her young son, Chase, described his own past-life death on a Civil War battlefield--an account so accurate it was authenticated by an expert historian. Even more astonishing, Chase's chronic eczema and phobia of loud noises completely disappeared after he had the memory. Inspired by Chase's dramatic healing, Bowman compiled dozens of cases and wrote this comprehensive study to explain how very young children remember their past lives, spontaneously and naturally. In Children's Past Lives, she tells how to distinguish between a true past life memory and a fantasy, offers practical advice to parents on how to respond to a past life memory, and shows how to foster the spiritual and healing benefits of these experiences. Perhaps the most moving, convincing, and best-documented evidence yet for life after death, Children's Past Lives will stand alongside the classics of Betty J. Eadie, Raymond Moody, and Brian Weiss in its power to comfort, uplift, and transform our thinking about life after death

Reincarnation:Why, Where and How We Have Lived Before

It is decided that you are to be removed; in vain you implore to have at least your
children, and you are at last forcibly taken away, and carried for days across
great undulating plains, and left with people in a little faroff town. Here you
become ...

Author : Dr. Douglas M. Baker

Release : 2016-04-26

Publisher : Claregate Ltd

ISBN : 1910228354

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Outlining the esoteric processes and mechanisms related to reincarnation Dr Baker describes the nature and purpose of the Soul and the role that reincarnation plays. The phenomenon of the near-death and the out-of-body experience are considered together with the cycle of death and rebirth as described by classical esoteric teachings. This work also outlines the karmic basis for a number of health disorders and the challenging circumstances which may confront us in our lives.

Life Before Life

Dr. Ian Stevenson, the founder of this work, has always written for a scientific audience.

Author : Jim B. Tucker, M.D.

Release : 2005-09-01

Publisher : St. Martin's Press

ISBN : 9781429969093

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For the past forty years, doctors at the University of Virginia Medical Center have conducted research into young children's reports of past-life memories. Dr. Ian Stevenson, the founder of this work, has always written for a scientific audience. Now, in this provocative and fascinating book, Dr. Jim B. Tucker, a child psychiatrist who currently directs the research, shares these studies with the general public. Life Before Life is a landmark work—one that has the potential to challenge and ultimately change our understandings about life and death. Children who report past-life memories typically begin talking spontaneously about a previous life when they are two to three years old. Some talk about the life of a deceased family member, while others describe the life of a stranger. They may recount details about previous family members, events in the previous life, or the way they died in that life. The children tend to show a strong emotional involvement with the apparent memories and often cry to be taken to the previous family. In many cases, parents have taken their children to the places they named, where they found that an individual had died whose life matched the details given by the child. During the visits, some children have recognized family members or friends from that individual's life. Many children have had birthmarks that matched wounds on the body of the deceased individual. Researchers have studied more than 2500 such cases, and their careful investigations have produced an impressive body of work. JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, stated in a review of one of Dr. Stevenson's scientific books that, "in regard to reincarnation he has painstakingly and unemotionally collected a detailed series of cases . . . in which the evidence is difficult to explain on any other grounds." Life Before Life explores the various features of this world-wide phenomenon, describing numerous cases along the way. We meet a boy in Michigan who, after being born with three birthmarks that matched wounds on his deceased brother, begins talking about events from the brother's life; a boy in Turkey who gives a number of accurate details, including the name, of a man who lived 500 miles away and died fifty years before the boy was born; and a girl in Sri Lanka who is able to recognize the family members of a deceased stranger as they are presented to her one by one, giving specifics about their lives that she could not have known from their appearance. Dr. Tucker presents this material in a straightforward way, relating extraordinary stories that have been amassed with a scientific approach. He then considers how best to interpret the evidence, and he lets readers reach their own conclusions—which, for many, will be profound.

Yesterday's Children

Jenny Cockell believes that she lived and died 25 years before being born again. In this book, she tells the story of her previous existence in Ireland & her search to find the children she had in her earlier life who are still alive today.

Author : Jenny Cockell

Release : 1993

Publisher : Judy Piatkus

ISBN : 9780749912468

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Jenny Cockell believes that she lived and died 25 years before being born again. In this book, she tells the story of her previous existence in Ireland & her search to find the children she had in her earlier life who are still alive today.

Children of Incarcerated Parents

children lived prior to maternal incarceration, if not with their mothers. African
American children were significantly more likely to have lived with grandparents
or other relatives, and Whites were more likely to have lived with their fathers or ...

Author : Yvette R. Harris, PhD

Release : 2010-03-29

Publisher : Springer Publishing Company

ISBN : 9780826105141

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"This important book covers developmental outcomes of children in this predicament, parenting from prison, and family reunification. It is filled with research findings and addresses clinical issues as well. Many children are affected by a parent in the criminal justice system, and this book is sorely needed. The editors and contributors have produced a wonderful resource." Score: 94, 4 stars --Doody's This book serves as a comprehensive source for understanding and intervening with children of incarcerated parents. The text examines the daunting clinical implications inherent in trauma throughout development, as well as social and political roles in ameliorating intergenerational delinquency. It conceptualizes the problem by using an ecological framework that is focused on the experience of the child. Children of Incarcerated Parents addresses developmental and clinical issues experienced throughout the trajectory of childhood and adolescence with a focus on interventions and social policies to improve outcomes for this under-studied group. The chapters explore individual, community, and national levels of policy, programming, and legislation.

Reincarnation

Author : Trutz Hardo

Release : 2017-06

Publisher : Jaico Publishing House

ISBN : 8184959095

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The Big Book of Reincarnation

Examining the Evidence that We Have All Lived Before Roy Stemman. Chapter 8
Children Behaving Strangely Growing up isn't easy. Children can be a joy and
watching them develop in their formative years gives parents a huge amount of ...

Author : Roy Stemman

Release : 2012-05-01

Publisher : Hierophant Publishing

ISBN : 9781938289071

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Is DEATH the FINAL CHAPTER? In The Big Book of Reincarnation, Roy Stemman attempts to answer one of the big questions of existence: Is death the end? Or, is it the merely the end of a chapter in the book of existence? A self-described "skeptical believer," Stemman uses his skills as a professional journalist to perform an in-depth exploration of reincarnation. Using case studies, anecdotes, and physical evidence from the best-documented cases from around the world, Stemman shines a bright light on this subject, inviting readers to decide for themselves on the basis of facts, rather than on the basis of hearsay, speculation, and superstition. Stemman finds fascinating examples of evidence of reincarnation in the nightmares of a Louisiana bayou boy, the past-life recall of a renowned neurosurgeon, the research of a highly respected university professor, and the unique system of governance in the mountains of Tibet, to name just a few. He examines the lives of those affected by reincarnation, such as children who can actually remember their previous lives. Instead of shying away from the skeptics, Stemman evaluates their leading theories and compares them to the findings that he has accumulated throughout his global research. The Big Book of Reincarnation is thorough, well researched, engaging, and the most comprehensive book ever published on this fascinating subject. Readers who love Brian Weiss’s Many Lives, Many Masters and Only Love is Real will appreciate the depth of study that the author brings to this work. Topics that have long been scoffed by skeptics, past lives and reincarnation are enjoying a revival of mainstream interest after prominent medical professionals and scientists have added their personal experiences and research to a growing chorus of proof that the afterlife is no myth for the weak minded. Neurosurgeon Dr. Eben Alexander’s book, Proof of Heaven, is one such example. The truth is, a deeper exploration of the human psyche and transpersonal psychology offers a frontier for the brightest minds of our day. Other popular books that explore these and related topics include: The Wheel of Life by Elisabeth Kübler-Ross Life After Death – The Burden of Proof by Deepak Chopra Life After Life: The Bestselling Original Investigation That Revealed "Near-Death Experiences" by Raymond Moody And many others

Divorce and the Special Needs Child

Another way to avoid being served by the sheriff is to have your lawyer speak
with your spouse's lawyer and agree that ... where the children have lived before
the filing of the divorce Petition; any prior litigation about custody of the children; ...

Author : Margaret S. Price

Release : 2010

Publisher : Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN : 1849058253

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Children and the Law in Texas

Allowing the child to have a role in the process is a good thing for everyone. Must
a child have lived in the adoptive parents ' home for any specific length of time
before an adoption petition can be filed? No, not before the petition is filed.

Author : Ramona Freeman John

Release : 1999

Publisher : University of Texas Press

ISBN : 9780292740518

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Can a girl get an abortion in Texas without her parent's consent? Are parents liable for damages when their teenager crashes the family car into a neighbor's Mercedes? What happens when grandparents help a noncustodial parent hide a child from the parent with legal custody? Ramona John tells it like it is in this non-lawyer's guide to all areas of Texas law affecting children. Using layman's language and a quick-reference, question-and-answer format, she offers expert advice about dealing with lawyers and judges and about using the law to protect and serve children. Texas parents, grandparents, teachers, and health care and social service providers will find this an authoritative guide to their legal rights and responsibilities regarding children.

Children and Childhood in American Religions

During that time the Lord revealed to Joseph that children who die in infancy are
saved in God's kingdom. ... they lived before birth; that children have eternal
potential to become like their heavenly parents; that children are born innocent;
that ...

Author : Don S. Browning

Release : 2009-02-16

Publisher : Rutgers University Press

ISBN : 9780813546957

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Whether First Communion or bar mitzvah, religious traditions play a central role in the lives of many American children. In this collection of essays, leading scholars reveal for the first time how various religions interpret, reconstruct, and mediate their traditions to help guide children and their parents in navigating the opportunities and challenges of American life. The book examines ten religions, among other topics: How the Catholic Church confronts the tension between its teachings about children and actual practic The Oglala Lakota's struggle to preserve their spiritual tradition The impact of modernity on Hinduism Only by discussing the unique challenges faced by all religions, and their followers, can we take the first step toward a greater understanding for all of us.

There Once Lived a Mother Who Loved Her Children, Until They Moved Back In

Last time S. told me that he got up at noon. December 30. New Year's Eve is
tomorrow. Barely passed exam today. Cried in the hall. S. finished first and left
right away. Gathered up courage and asked Lenka where she and S. were going
 ...

Author : Ludmilla Petrushevskaya

Release : 2014-11-06

Publisher : Penguin UK

ISBN : 0141973145

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Here are attempts at human connection, both depraved and sublime, and the grinding struggle to survive against the crushing realities of the Soviet system: in Among Friends, a doting mother commits an atrocious act against her beloved son in an attempt to secure his future; The Time: Night examines the suicide of the great Russian poetess Anna Andreevna with heartbreaking clarity; while in Chocolates with Liqueur the struggle for ownership of an apartment between a nurse and a madman turns murderous. With the satirical eye of Cindy Sherman, the psychological perceptiveness of Dostoevsky, and the bleak absurdities of Beckett, Petrushevskaya blends macabre spectacle with transformative moments of grace and shows just why she is Russia's preeminent contemporary fiction writer.

Comparing Federal and State Prison Inmates, 1991

Children of sentenced Federal and State prison inmates, 1991 All Male Female
Characteristic of inmates Federal State ... Federal prisoners were more likely than
State prisoners to have lived with their children before their admission to prison.

Author : Caroline Wolf Harlow

Release : 1994

Publisher : DIANE Publishing

ISBN : 9780788132001

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The first joint survey of prisoners held in state and federal prisons. Interviews were conducted among inmates housed in 53 federal and 273 state prisons. Samples consist of about 14,000 state prisoners and about 6,600 federal prisoners. They were queried about their social and criminal histories. Represents the single largest collection of information on prisoners ever undertaken in the U.S. Covers: current offense, sentence length, criminal history, drug and alcohol use, weapons, personal and family characteristics, HIV, and activities since admission.

Living by Faith

influence continues to her children, and down to mine as well! I am grateful for
the life that you lived before her - it has inspired her and all of her children. But
beyond that, you have influenced me directly. You are such a great man. Any
time I ...

Author : Judith Combs Puckett

Release : 2010-12

Publisher : Xulon Press

ISBN : 1612153933

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"To be ignorant of what occurred before you were born is to remain always a child." Cicero (106 BC - 43 BC)The century that transpired during the lives of Cecil and Norma Combs began its journey in a horse and wagon across rural America and ended in the International Space Station. Their news came first by word of mouth and finally by instant messaging via the Internet.How did they survive such enormous change and challenges and yet maintain their sanity and balance? The key ingredient was their faith in God's sovereignty and providence. They raised a family of fourteen children believing that God was in charge of their lives, had a specific plan for them, and would provide everything they needed to fulfill that plan.Like so many of The Greatest Generation, they were humble, ordinary people who lived each day by the dictates of their hearts. Despite living simple lives, they impacted thousands of people. They were faithful to the tasks God set before them, and they loved people. Rather than quoting the Golden Rule, they lived it.This is the story of the history, the struggles, and the victories of an ordinary family. This is the story of Cecil and Norma Combs, two people who lived by faith.Judith Combs Puckett is a freelance writer, mother of three, and grandmother of seven. She has written poetry, magazine articles, and Sunday School literature since retiring from OG&E Electric Services. She has served alongside her husband Jim during their 45-year marriage as he pastored churches in Florida, Georgia, and Oklahoma. She and Jim live in Norman, Oklahoma, and attend One Church in nearby Moore. She enjoys traveling, reading, walking, and photography. She welcomes your comments by e-mail at jpuckett3@yahoo.com.

Twenty Cases Suggestive of Reincarnation

I think that we should allow for the possibility that different hypotheses will best
account for different cases. ... these cases have gained any monetary reward as a
consequence of the children's claims to have lived before and whatever publicity
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Author : Ian Stevenson

Release : 1980

Publisher : University of Virginia Press

ISBN : 9780813908724

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Can anyone speak a language he or she has not learned normally, in childhood or later? Claims to have accomplished this are made from time to time, but only rarely do they receive support when carefully examined. In this volume, Dr. Stevenson presents detailed reports of two cases that seem authentic. Authentic instances of speaking a language that has not been learned normally (responsive xenoglossy) suggest that another personality (perhaps one of a previous life) had learned the langauge. Cases of responsive xenoglossy thus add to the evidence concerning the survival of human personality after death.

Big Jesus

Do I have to believe that Jesus died for my sins? What about those who never
heard of Jesus? What about those poor bastards who lived before Jesus? What
about children who have heathen parents? You get my point. People assume
there ...

Author : Jimmy R. Watson

Release : 2015-01-12

Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN : 1498200494

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This may be the most honest book ever written about Jesus. As a veteran pastor in the United Church of Christ, Dr. Watson shares his thoughts on the timeless topic of Christology--the doctrine of Christ--with new and creative insights, informative and accessible theology, personal anecdotes, and lively wit. Nothing is off-limits in this no-holds-barred contribution to the Jesus genre. Big Jesus is not another theological "spin" on the identity and nature of Jesus of Nazareth, nor is it a sentimental fairytale for those who prefer their Christology to be served up on Sunday mornings with fluffy sheep, little children, and footprints in the sand. This book is for Christian adults with a sense of humor.

The mother's help to the religious instruction of her children. 5 pt. [in 1].

... the virtue of all that He suffered for us , benefited them who lived before His first
coming , as well and entirely as those who have lived since then . No one in fact
had come before Him , Who is from Everlasting , saving that robber and thief the ...

Author : Mother

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It Takes A Village To Name A Child

Legend has it that he was born multiple times, an Ogbanje. At his first birth, he
lived till seven months and died mysteriously. Then his mother got pregnant
again, the child lived until his seventh month and died under similar circumstance
.

Author : Chinazor Onianwah

Release : 2015-07-06

Publisher : Chinazor Onianwah

ISBN :

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With vivid illustrations and abrasive insight, Chinazor Onianwah gathers strewn skeletal remains of Africa’s history, fleshes it out and breadths air into it in typical griot style; this is the Africa that comes alive in this narrative, "It Takes A Village to Name a Child, Celebrating the bestowment of Ancestry, Faith, Identity and Legacy of African roots of Biblical Hebrews." In this narrative, which intertwines history, archeological data and mythology, he compels his readers to re-evaluate stereotypes and what it means to be African. Not only would any reader – African or non-African – be amazed at what they never knew that they never knew of Africa; they may find it endearing to be African. After all, it was barely 60,000 years ago that we all came out of Africa. Painstakingly, Chinazor employs his wealth of experience as a news reporter/researcher to connect dots of historical events since the beginning of time through Biblical "Genesis" to the present day to render a befitting portraiture of Africa. And in so doing, answered frequently asked questions: Why a naming ceremony is essential for an African child Why the African is the forbearer of Biblical Hebrews. How the Ashkenazim (European Jews) usurped Hebraism and the Holy Land Are blacks less intelligent than whites? What is in a name like Barack Hussein Obama? Why Africa is so rich yet so poor Excerpt: On October 14, 2007, a few months after Barack Obama announced his candidacy in the US Democratic presidential race, a biographical article appeared in Britain’s Sunday Times Magazine about Dr. James Watson, the American molecular biologist, who is best known as the co-discoverer of the structure of DNA. It said he was "inherently gloomy about the prospect of Africa as all our social policies are based on the fact that their intelligence is the same as ours — whereas all the testing says not really." In what appears to be a response to racists who hold similar views as Dr. James Watson, in a paper titled "Did they or didn’t they invent it? Iron in Sub-Saharan Africa," Stanley B. Alpern wrote, "The idea that sub-Saharan Africans independently invented iron is more than a century old. It goes back at least to a German scholar, Ludwig Beck, who published a five-volume history of iron between 1884 and 1903. In the first volume he wrote, "We see everywhere an original art of producing iron among the numerous native tribes of Africa, which is in its entire essence not imported but original and . . . must be very old." Around the same time some Egyptologists, notably the Frenchman Gaston Maspéro, concluded that ancient Egypt had learned its iron working from black Africans to the south. The German Felix von Luschan, better known among Africanists for his writings on the art of old Benin, also thought sub-Saharan Africans originated iron technology, as did the British metallurgist William Gowland..." The night Barack Obama stood to address the world on his victory as the first African American to win the US Presidency; he was standing against the backdrop of hundreds of years of a racist belief that blacks are inferior to whites. This notion of blacks as inferior to their white counterpart reached its apogee when European governments led by Great Britain embarked on a vigorous campaign to promote the virtues of colonialism by denigrating the natives of the colonies and claiming that the savages needed to be civilized by the ‘white man’. Public displays of indigenous people were held for scientific and leisure purposes. Between 1877 and 1912, approximately thirty “ethnological exhibitions” were presented at the Jardin zoologique d’acclimatation. “Negro villages” were major draws in the Paris’ 1878 and 1879 World’s Fair; the 1900 World’s Fair presented the famous diorama “living” in Madagascar. At the same time, the Colonial Exhibitions in Marseilles (1906 and 1922) and in Paris (1907 and 1931) displayed Africans in cages, often in stark nudity.

Last Child in the Woods

Saving our Children from Nature-Deficit Disorder Richard Louv ... “Unlike where
we had lived before, kids were actually out there running around in the trees,
building forts, and playing with their imaginations,” he recalls. “They were putting
up ...

Author : Richard Louv

Release : 2013-07-04

Publisher : Atlantic Books Ltd

ISBN : 1848877498

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This huge international bestseller, fully revised for non-American readers, is now in ebook. Last Child in the Woods shows how our children have become increasingly alienated and distant from nature, why this matters, and what we can do to make a difference. It is unsentimental, rigorous and utterly original. 'A cri de coeur for our children' Guardian Camping in the garden, riding bikes through the woods, climbing trees, collecting bugs, picking wildflowers, running through piles of autumn leaves... These are the things childhood memories are made of. But for a whole generation of today's children the pleasures of a free-range childhood are missing, and their indoor habits contribute to epidemic obesity, attention-deficit disorder, isolation and childhood depression. This timely book shows how our children have become increasingly alienated and distanced from nature, why this matters and how we can make a difference. Last Child in the Woods is a clarion call, brilliantly written, compelling and irresistibly persuasive - a book that will change minds and lives.

The Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal ...

Dr Bruce read the following paper : - It is within the experience of every one
engaged in midwifery practice that some women ... There remained the fact ,
however , that the child had lived until the eighth month , instead of the fifth only ,
as in her ...

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