It is amazing how this bedtime story awakens memories in little children. This oral story has over three centuries old. Then in sixteen ninety seven it was published in Europe in a version by Charles Perrault. Another version, the most famous was written by the Grimm brothers. I’m not an expert on reincarnation at all, but what I’ve experienced by talking to several people who believe in this doctrine has told me that when they listened to this story was like a magical time-travel journey. As children listen to the word “forest” immediately you see their faces being illuminated with something pleasant and terrible at the same time. The same occurs when they hear the word “wolf” It is not only this story, but many others as well.
As a little boy I was lucky to listen to a lot of bedtime stories narrated by one of my great grandmothers who was French. She was an expert storyteller regarding European tales. It was thanks to her that at very young age I became an avid reader. Then in elementary school a lot of stories worldwide made such impact on me that I was sure this wasn’t the first time I’ve read them. The famous illustrator Gustav Doré did a lot of these magnificent illustrations. Here I wish to suggest looking at some of these illustrations to make your total memory work for your benefit.
It has long been my strong conviction that it really doesn’t matter who we were in our past lives, what matters the most is to be able to rescue our victories regarding facing problems and solving them. Also to discover still undiscovered talents and skills due to a lack of chance to apply them here and now. The mastery of our lives is a serious matter, but also an enjoyable ride.
If you have personal techniques regarding past lives memories and wish to share them you are welcome to do so. Amorifer