My First Experience of a Past Life Entering My Current Lifetime

While walking the long halls of high school, I passed by a girl I had not even met.

I felt disdain as soon as I looked at her. I knew instantly that I had a very deep feeling of dislike towards her. I was almost afraid of her.

I thought, “Why?”

It was odd, feeling so mad at someone I do not even know.

She was pretty, standing there laughing with some friends of mine. There was no reason to feel that way. I never met her before that day. She looked like a nice person.

My next thought went against my Catholic upbringing … I must have had a bad experience with her in a past life. Well, that explained it. I therefore immediately brushed off the bad feelings against her and continued walking to class.

This experience lasted for all of thirty seconds. I never really thought about past lives as a true occurrence before. I met her not long after this day; she was a genuinely nice person. I never let my guard down around her, as though I subconsciously needed to protect myself, somehow.

I always knew a few things about myself: I know I really liked the 1920s. (I absolutely love flapper clothing and hair.) I know I have an uncanny love of all things French. I offhandedly attributed these loves to a past life … but really … I said this half in jest up until the day I remembered my first past life. Now, (several past life regressions later) I know my strong 1920s and French love came from very fun past lifetimes.

As far as the girl, I saw and met in high school, I have never remembered her in a past life … yet.Do you see the second bird in the photo? I took this photo and did not notice her. It is perfect for this post.

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When was the first time you experienced a thought/happening/etc. that made you think, “Oh, that has to come from a past lifetime.”

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Do Birthmarks Disappear When a Past Life is Remembered?

I have a peculiar birthmark shaped like a bullet hole right on the front of my neck. It was a prominent brown spot as a teenager. Finally, on February 21, 2011, I remembered the lifetime that explains this birthmark. (I have always wondered what unresolved lifetime it marked.)

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A stray bullet shot Helen in the front of the neck causing her traumatic death in 1927 and leaving me with a birthmark. Helen was not ready to die; she was having way too much fun. A birthmark is leftover energetic remnants from a past life trauma. Usually it marks the way you die in a past life. Ian Stevenson spent several years painstakingly documenting birthmarks. His work scientifically shows that birthmarks are directly related to a subject’s death in a past life.

Interestingly, since I have remembered this lifetime and experienced catharsis, my birthmark has noticeably faded. Has it faded since I released this past trauma? Quite probably. Healing came from re-experiencing the shooting, offering forgiveness and coming to terms with the ordeal.

Karen - HS grad photo

Karen – HS grad photo

If you think about it, everything is made up of atoms. Each atom is (in simple terms) a vibration of energy. Everything around us, including you is a vibration. But, we are vibrating so fast, we appear solid. Everyone has heard of auras. (Sometimes, I get lucky and can see someone’s aura.) Again, it is the energy part of you that can be seen. We are all, essentially, made up of energy. Therefore, if you die traumatically and you were not able to come to terms with that death, a “spot” is left on your energy. It can become a birthmark. I healed that “spot” so now it is going away.

Karen - Photo from HS

Karen – Photo from HS

Above are a few photos of me. These two are from high school – over 20 years ago. (I know… I am giving away my age. I loved that Princess Diana haircut… then.) You can clearly see the birthmark is dark brown. The other was taken a year or so after I remembered Helen’s lifetime. The July 2012 photo, below, was also taken after being at the beach for nearly a week (I thought the sun would make it darker). If you look hard at my recent photo, you can see a faded brown spot. (Also, the photo of me on my “About Karen Kubicko” page was taken about nine months after the regression.)

Karen - as of July 2012

Karen – as of July 2012

Compare these photos. Can you see a difference in the color of my birthmark?

I have another question. Since I have healed this past life trauma, will my birthmark completely disappear? I will let you know.

Do you have any birthmarks? Are you curious too?

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Related post: The Great Gasby and My Life in the 1920s