Reliving life?

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Not sure why this has been on my mind lately - curiosity, I guess - but: with all the other phenomena discussed on this board, is anyone aware of people who claim to have "relived" parts of their life? That is, anyone who claims to have found themselves in the past, in their younger body, and made new choices in life?
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(2021-10-28, 08:14 PM)Will Wrote: Not sure why this has been on my mind lately - curiosity, I guess - but: with all the other phenomena discussed on this board, is anyone aware of people who claim to have "relived" parts of their life? That is, anyone who claims to have found themselves in the past, in their younger body, and made new choices in life?

Not I. 

I am replying because I recall reading in one of the Seth books that one of the features of the life review (and beyond) is the ability to do just that. To revisit actions and decisions and change them to see how they played out. It is the kind of thing that makes me wonder - am I living that alternate path right now?
I do not make any clear distinction between mind and God. God is what mind becomes when it has passed beyond the scale of our comprehension.
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Supposedly my current life has been one in a series of restarts where my soul keeps going or getting inserted back at the same timespace point. Either purposely or automatically, it seemed to depend on what part of the series this is. But since I have a little more knowledge each time, no two timelines can be exactly the same. I also have no idea how long this has been going on for, this could be the second life or the 1000+ life, I have no way to know. Supposedly the lives have been getting longer with each loop. Starting off only 25 years or so. I don't think this counts as reliving parts of a current life though even if it's all true.
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