Saturday, January 16, 2016

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The Strange Reincarnation Account of Arthur Yensen

Arthur Yensen's book I Saw Heaven
While searching for some more other-dimensional accounts while in the astral plane I stumbled across the NDE experience of an Arthur Yensen. It is actually quite an interesting story. Seems that while attempting to live the hobo experience during the Depression, he had hitched a ride with someone, subsequently had a car accident and was injured. During that time he experienced a spectacular vision of a spiritual dimension.

One part that really caught my eye was this quote from him:
"Reincarnation certainly explains a lot of things that would be hard to account for otherwise. From my experience I'm convinced we have all lived and died many times. The reason we don't remember our former lives is because our vast soul memories are not transferred to our baby brains at birth. All we know in this life is what we learned in past lifetimes. That would be the reason why some things are so much easier for us to learn than others. For example, Mozart didn't have to learn music because he already knew it.

 One of the good things about reincarnation is that at the beginning of each lifetime we are cleared of all past prejudices, learning blocks and wrong teachings, and are ready for a fresh start - just like a new term at school - and, like school, when we have learned enough of life's lessons, we graduate and don't have to come back to this Earth anymore, except as volunteers to teach stragglers."
Be sure to read his entire account!

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