Posted by Karen Hadalski at 12 January 2012

Category: Reincarnation

Many wonder, “What proof is there that reincarnation is a ‘fact of life’?”  In Karma:How To View It, Use It, and Lose It, I refer to various organizations, individuals, and traditions that have been researching and approaching the tenets of reincarnation and karma from different starting points and perspectives–one of these being insights gleaned from individual mystics and “seers.”

I currently live in Virginia Beach, Va. which is home to Edgar Cayce’s Association for Research and Enlightenment (A.R.E.).  This is the city in which Cayce (1877-1945), one of the world’s most credible psychics, lived, gave many of his well-documented “life readings,” and where the library of these readings, Atlantic University, the Cayce-Reilly school of massotherapy, and the A.R.E. conference center are located, today.  They also run a summer camp for children, teens, families, and adults in the mountains of Virginia. Attending a weekend conference at the Beach, a week-long camp session , or exploring the Cayce readings/teachings online at: are all sound options if you are interested in receiving a good, reliable introduction to the subject and methodology employed to obtain life readings. Cayce gave his “Readings” by going into a trance-like state, “seeing” the person’s body, and “reading” their soul’s history from the “Akashic Records,” which I can only describe as a kind of permanent library of all that ever was located in the etheric realm.

Additional research being done to expand human knowledge about, or “prove” that reincarnation really is a fact of life, is being done in the fields of documented near death experiences (NDE’s), spontaneous past life recalls (especially by children), and hypnotic regression conducted by therapists and other licensed professionals. Each will be touched upon in future blogs and are explored more fully in my book.


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