When Dorothy Eady arrived to Egypt for the first time, it was obvious to her that she had been there before.
I think it would be overwhelming and a huge amount of memory needed. I'm good with the memory wipe. Heck, I have trouble remembering where I put my glasses much less have room for another life or so.I believe that we don't remember it all because we don't need to; besides it would be overwhelming to carry all that prior information along with our current lives info.
Garnet, I can relate. I have this "pull" of familiarity with certain things/places I see AND hear. Music can do that to me as well.Thought I'd share something I have noticed. I have this book with beautiful pictures of places in Portugal. Whenever I look at these pics, I get this feeling that...A good way to describe it is when you have a tune playing in your head, but the memory of where you heard it is just out of reach. I feel like a lot of the architecture in this book looks familiar, but I have never been outside the country. It is like a phrase on the tip of the tongue, but always elusive.
I think if this really happens it would be in the eyes, the window to the soul.I have heard and I think maybe its true that we even somehow look the same from incarnation to incarnation. But then again how could we if we change races and genders which they say we do.