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#1 Turtles_Mum

Posted 12 February 2013 - 01:05 PM

A strange thing happened while my DS nearly 3 was having his haircut last week.

Another hairdresser came over stared at DS and told DH that DS had been here before, DH assured the man that it was the first visit here. The man then went on to say not as in the shop but as in my DS has been in this world before and was a very old soul. He then said DS was very special. That was it, he then went about his business. I wasn't there but this was told to me by my DH.

As I know nothing about this kind of thing I wondered if anyone had any thoughts on this.

#2 Turtles_Mum

Posted 15 February 2013 - 07:29 AM

Anyone? sad.gif I am really curious about this...my DH thinks he might have meant a relative who passed before we were born...and we know DS is special but could he have meant something more?

As I said I don't know much about this so maybe there is no more to it...

#3 Feral Grey Mare

Posted 15 February 2013 - 07:34 AM

I have heard this type of thing said before and as a non-believer in anything even remotely psychic I think it is a load of hooey. I think your hair man was just trying to make conversation.

#4 DM. 2012

Posted 15 February 2013 - 07:45 AM

If you follow astrology, I have read that we go though the signs, starting at Aries and ending with Picies ( not sure what happens after that).  Aries are known as the infant of the zodiac. Picies would be the older ones.

While visiting my Dad in hospital last year, another patient in his room told us that our baby was going tobe very successful

Edited by Dylan's Mummy, 15 February 2013 - 07:49 AM.


#5 AMPSyd

Posted 15 February 2013 - 09:57 AM

I do believe that we have all had several stints here on earth, learning lessons etc.

And I have thought about it. There are billions of us here on earth, it kind of makes sense (well to me at least) that there just cannot be all those souls around - it is like to repopulate the world we all come back again and again. Yes, apparently both my DD and DS are old souls.

#6 daturah

Posted 15 February 2013 - 10:32 AM

I have had a lot of people - strangers and people we know and love - say that my baby boy has been here before. He's a Piscean, I certainly believe souls keep coming back to Earth to learn more things and reach a higher level of spirituality. And I myself felt a sense that he was an old soul as soon as he was born, so I agree with those who say so.
An hour after he was born, I was standing, holding him upright against my chest. He held his head up, leaned back and stared right into my eyes for a long time.  The midwife was standing behind me and she noticed; he then leaned back even further and looked straight at her.  It was captivating.
Also, ever since he was born, I had this sense he was frustrated with being a baby.  It felt sometimes like he knew what he wanted and knew how to do things, but the capabilities of his body would not keep up.  This has faded as he's gotten older.
I personally feel this is not crazy at all, however understand cynics may not agree.
Your baby probably is very special original.gif



#7 VJs Mummy

Posted 15 February 2013 - 10:46 AM

My 2nd dear son i have been told by numerous people that he has been here before and a few things he has said and done makes me belief he definately is a very old soul




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