Children's Past Lives and Near-Death Experiences

Learn about the research into children's past lives by Dr. Ian Stevenson and Dr. Jim B. Tucker of the University of Virginia in Just Who Do We Think We Are #9 and read four stories of children who remember past lives in Just Who Do We Think We Are #10 under the "MY TWO CENTS Blog." In Just Who Do We Think We Are #11, read about Near-Death Experiences and Dr. Raymond Moody's book, Life After Life.

Inspiration from Abraham

"You cannot look at that which  you do not want and not join and perpetuate that vibration.  Take your attention from that which is not in harmony with who you are, and your 'now vibration' will adjkust to who you really are -- and then you can uplift others."

Esther Hicks and Abraham;

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Based on many years of studying the concepts that I have posted on my website, I have come to  the conclusion that: 

We are eternal spiritual beings who are currently living one of our many lives on Earth and who are the creators of our experiences through our thoughts and beliefs. 

This present life is, of course, the most important to us because we are on the cutting edge of time and space and our power to create is in the present moment.  Through studying the Law of Attraction, we can learn to use our thoughts to deliberately create the lives we want.  The Law of Attraction is as constant as the Law of Gravity--it is always working and responds to our thoughts whether we realize it or not.  So, as Mike Dooley says, "Thoughts become the things and events of our lives, so choose the good ones!"

If my website inspires anyone to look into the law of attraction or past lives or what happens when we die, I will be happy because I am convinced that these are all profound truths:  that our thoughts and beliefs become the things and events of our lives, that we live many lives, and that in-between our lives, we rest, study, learn and plan our next life.  For me, these ideas help answer questions about why we are here.


Shari Harris