Does a birthmark indicate a mortal wound from a past life?

Birthmarks as mortal wounds from a past life?

The first time I came across this theory was while reading Old Souls by Tom Shroder.  In the book there is evidence presented of young children (three to seven year olds if memory serves) that birthmarks these children have can be traced back to wounds that proved to be their undoing.

Whether you believe this to be true is not the point here.  I’m only presenting a widely held theory within some circles.  What you choose to believe is your prerogative.  Being that I write about Past Lives and Reincarnation, you should understand that this is a concept that I wholeheartedly embrace.  The Past Life concept that is, not necessarily the birthmark theory, however, the more I research these esoteric concepts, the more I tend to put credence in them.  After reading Shroder’s book and seeing the evidence put forth, it does provide some compelling stories that are challenging not to believe.  I can tell you that when I first came across the theory of birthmarks, I scoured my body for the tell tale signs.

Do you know a young child who has birthmark?
Have they mentioned being hurt where the birthmark is?

My advice to you is to take everything they say and listen intently.  Don’t disregard any story a child tells you.

Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!
Blessings to you.


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