20 Jan 2016, 13:34
when my mother was dying, my deceased grandmother was there to meet her, my mother would have conversations in front of me with her, one of the things my grandmother told her was that my son used to be her son.
How did your mother take that, Curious - or you, for that matter? There are many aspects of the notion of 'reincarnation' that I find hard to swallow. I accept wholeheartedly that when we pass over, the spirit or spirits of another(others) who is/are already deceased do come closer to greet us and help us through our transition. I believe this - indeed know
this, because I have experienced, first-hand, on numerous occasions the dying person who in front of me has spoken to various passed-over members, speaking to them by name. The person who is dying has not been in any way 'afraid' on those occasions, but taken it all very matter-of-fact - invariably with a radiant smile of pure wonder and happiness on their faces, and sometimes speaking coherently where for some time previously they have been unable to do so. On some occasions they have said that the person that visited them said they would 'come back again tomorrow' - and that 'tomorrow' was the day they died. I know, for a fact, that both my mother and father will be there to greet me when my time comes - because my deceased mother has told me this herself
, as well as passing this specific message on to me through a number of mediums on different occasions. All of this I can accept - not just as a belief, but as a knowing
, because it has been shown to me personally.
However, if my mother (or anyone else) were to tell me that my son used to be my grandmother's son (which would also make him my father
), I would have a hellova time accepting and dealing with that!