If we die, do you think we'll be born somewhere else in another realm, and different universe, or just a different reality? If we were born here, now, in the 21st century why can't we be born somewhere else again when we die?
Our brains cannot remember what it hasn't experienced and so this may be why we can't remember our past lives.
Even if you are religious it is all possible God created Hell for the wicked to burn forever rather than escaping to another reality.
What do you think?
- Yeah, that makes sense
- No, impossible
- It's possible but I'm not sure
- Harbor is awesome
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I like to think of the possibility although I'm too much of a realist to really believe in it.
I think when you die it all just ends. Nothingness. That's it..
There's however supposed evidence for reincarnation with all the people seeking hypnotists for special sessions where they are apparently going so deep into your mind that your souls remembers actual past lives. I've watched a documentary about this once and it was very interesting because the hypnotised people were actually capable to remember details of places and history that a normal person could never possibly have known about. They even proceeded to take those people to the places they saw while being hypnotised and they described the feeling as very familiar and could even describe the houses and infrastructure of the past.
That was very impressive to me however the evidence seems too thin to really believe in it, I'm intrigued enough so that I do wanna get hypnotised to try it someday though :)