Children Who Have Lived Before by Trutz Hardo
Information: 234 pages, paperback
They say: In this book children from England, and the rest of Europe, the USA, Lebanon, South Africa, India, Israel, Brazil, Sri Lanka and Turkey remember their past lives. Scientists - most notably Professor Ian Stevenson, Director of the Division of Personality Studies at the Health Sciences Center at the University of Virginia - report on how their stories are then followed up to verify that the children's memories are correct.
Especially convincing are the cases of children born with missing limbs who are able to describe exactly where and when they lost these limbs in a past life. They also know precisely who their parents and relatives were and where they lived. When the children's statements are subjected to scientific verification, they are invariably confirmed in every detail.
Trutz Hardo is the most well known expert on reincarnation and regression therapy in Germany. He holds seminars in Europe, Australia, and the USA.
Reviews - rated 5/5 based on customer reviews
It is written in 8 chapters, one of which is about children that speak in a foreign language. It is amazing! These children start to talk a completely different language to their native tongue, with NO prior knowledge of that language. They then go on to tell their parents about the life they led before they were born to them, in another country. It covers each case almost scientifically, stating facts gathered from investigations mainly by Professor Ian Stevenson who travelled the world studying cases. Each case is pretty amazing and not all of them unique, in fact a lot of the stories are very similar. It makes pretty persuading reading to the reincarnation sceptics out there!
As the book follows so many different cases it is an easy book to pick up as and when you want without the usual few minutes of getting back onto it. The individual cases are also great for interesting conversational pieces with your friend and family. You need to read this book however with an open mind to other cultures. It can be difficult reading when you are reading about children whose parents spat in their mouths each time they spoke of their ‘old’ lives as a way of discouragement, or even beat them until they stopped talking about who they used to be. It is compelling reading and the book answers a lot of questions I had about the theory of reincarnation. It can open......more