Can We Reincarnate In the Same Family?
These questions seem the same, but are subtly different: I’m asking ‘can we?’ while Dr. Dyer is wondering ‘could we?’ And the term ‘with’ implies everyone being connected to everyone else in the family from previous lives together. I’m suggesting a new wrinkle in time: coming back to continue a family line, either as a help to one of the family members, or as a prompt for my thinking…
You can read about one such story from Dr. Dyer’s book Memories From Heaven here. It seems to echo my own feelings of what happened in my family.
After My Granddaughter was Born:
My sister, Anne, and I speculated on whether my (unnamed) granddaughter was actually our mother reborn. You see, we both ‘felt’ it to be true, although, at the time, we had no way to prove it. But the feeling stuck, although we never spoke of it again.
For the past few years, I’ve been researching/experimenting with birth and death charts to see if anything in them can demonstrate connections of a reincarnational kind. I’ve been overwhelmed with the ‘proof’ lately, so I think the penny finally dropped yesterday. I decided to compare/combine my mother’s charts with my granddaughter’s birth chart. Here they are:
Those with eyes that see can discern the apparent patterns between them. It is not a ‘slam dunk’ but it’s spinning around the rim of the hoop. Especially significant is the North Node of my mother’s natal chart linking her ‘fatal’ Moon with my granddaughter’s Moon in Virgo. And my mother’s natal South Node is conjunct my granddaughter’s Uranus in Pisces (“especially since Uranus can have ties to past life memory”). So, just to make sure that I got that point, my granddaughter’s South Node is conjunct my mother’s natal Neptune @ 17° Leo. My mother’s volatile ‘natal’ Moon/Pluto conjunction in Cancer is conjunct her own ‘fatal’ Part of Fortune and my granddaughter’s PoF. And finally, my mother’s ‘fatal’ Saturn is conjunct my granddaughter’s Ascendant @ 29° Gemini.
That’s enough ‘proof’, I think.
You may be wondering why my granddaughter is unnamed here. When she was adopted into a different branch of our family tree, I was forbidden to talk about her publicly, lest my daughter Amy should try to contact her. Unfortunately, this is a big deal in our family, effectively dividing it in two. Up until now, this has been painful, especially for me. But this ‘revelation’ of my mother’s continued presence in the family is already healing the wounds.
Thanks for still being here, Mom.