According to the Zohar, the portion of the Bible we read this week, known as Mishpatim (in English, “Laws”); it is actually a code for the laws of reincarnation. Now many of you know that I am currently travelling around the world talking about my new book, To Be Continued: Reincarnation and the Purpose of Our Lives. So far, it’s been an incredible experience, and I’ve had the honor of meeting many of you in person. For those of you whom I haven’t yet met I’d like to share a few short excerpts from my book that, in conjunction with the energy of the week, I hope will help awaken a new perspective on life for you.
When we leave this world, the door closes. When we reincarnate, the door reopens. But sometimes when we reincarnate, the door from a past life is left slightly ajar. This explains how some people can remember details or incidents from their past lives.
When you or I experience such a glimpse, we call this a déjà vu experience. In French, these words mean “already seen.” You... Read More