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How to look into your past lives?

The attitude of different religions to the phenomenon of past lives and reincarnation goes back to ancient times. It is believed that the reincarnation of the soul can be defined as the essence of human existence. The soul follows a cycle of many lives and bodies. Reincarnation is not a common element of many ancient religions and does not refer to concepts that have existed since time immemorial. If it could be found in ancient drawings on the walls of caves or in the beliefs of the Egyptians and Greeks, reincarnation would always be the concept in which it was most believed.

This theory states that a person is born again as another person after his death. The Spirit returns to the material world after physical death only to return or be reborn into a new body. It is believed that the classical form of reincarnation theory was formulated in India around the 19th century BC, when the Brahmin scriptures were written. This instigated faith in this theory and spread it to other Eastern religions that originated in India, such as Buddhism and Jainism. It is believed that thanks to the spread of Buddhism, this theory was later adapted to Chinese Taoism.

Hinduism is considered an ardent supporter of the concept of past lives.

They believe that every living being is nothing but an eternally existing, immortal spirit or so-called soul that, at the time of the physical body's death, passes into another body in accordance with the laws of karma or reincarnation. It is believed that all the suffering that a person goes through in the current life is the result of his actions in the previous life. In other words, he pays for the karma he has accumulated in his past lives. Hindus say the ultimate goal is to deliver or moksha, that is, to escape from the never-ending cycle of birth, death and rebirth.

The concept of a permanent and changing soul is not true for Buddhism.

Proponents of this religion believe in the process of rebirth and reincarnation. Nirvana presumably means salvation in Buddhism, as does Moksha in Hinduism. Tibetan Buddhists, however, believe that a new born child can be the reincarnation of some dead people. It is believed that the souls of important llamas will later pass into a child born nine months after their death.