पुनर्जन्म की घटना कुछ वर्षों पहले तक केवल हिन्दुओं का अन्धविश्वास ही माना जाता था, लेकिन कभी हिन्दुओं ने कोई भी प्रयास नहीं किया कि शास्त्रों में जो पुनर्जन्म के विषय में बात की गई है उसे सत्यापित करने के लिए प्रमाण भी खोजें | जबकि विदेशी न मानते हुए भी प्रमाण खोजने में लगे रहे और आज उनके पास इतने प्रमाण इक्कट्ठे हो चुके हैं इस बात को सिद्ध करने के लिए कि हिन्दू धर्म में आत्मा अमर है कहता है तो वह वास्तव में अमर है | और यह धर्म और सम्प्रदाय से मुक्त है | यह और बात है कि दूसरे सम्प्रदाय वाले इन घटनाओ को छुपा लेते हैं, जबकि हिन्दुओं में यह बात कोई छुपाने का प्रयास नहीं करता |
आगे जो कहानी है वह यह सिद्ध कर रहा है कि जन्म-पुनर्जन्म का मान्यताओं और सम्प्रदायों से कोई लेना देना नहीं होता वह तो शास्वत सत्य है | A young boy in the Golan Heights claimed that he knew how he died in his past life, and despite some skepticism, he was apparently able to help bring the murderer to justice.
According to the Epoch Times, a 3-year-old boy living in the Golan Heights, on the border of Syria and Israel, told others in his village that he was murdered with an axe in his past life. The story was told by a witness to German therapist Trutz Hardo, who went on to author a book about children and reincarnation. Hardo says that Dr. Eli Lasch, who witnessed this particular situation, told him about it before he died.
The boy allegedly told others that he had been killed by a man with an axe in his past life, and because the people in his community took claims like that very seriously, they asked him what else he knew about that life. The boy reportedly took a group of people to the village where he was born, identified his killer, and even led them to the murder weapon. The 3-year-old apparently remembered the killer’s name, and when they confronted him, the killer reportedly turned white.
To make this story even stranger, the 3-year-old allegedly led the others to a body that he says was his past one. While that may seem a little far-fetched, villagers say the skeleton had a wound in the same area that the young boy had a birthmark.
Dr. Eli Lasch recalled this story to Hardo, who wrote about it in his book, and while some believe that it may not be true, others say it could provide some powerful proof into just how intuitive young children are. Credits: This story was originally featured on: www.opposingviews.com