What if the reason that we can’t remember our past lives is because it is too difficult to comprehend?
I have always believed in the fact that if there is other life out there in space, it more than likely would be too difficult for our brains to comprehend. Like, we possibly could not understand what an “alien” world looks like, or even what that other life looks like because it is so different from what we as humans experience, and too difficult for our brain to process. So, what if we are reincarnated, but across all life out there, not just here on Earth, and we can’t remember because our brains are different and can’t understand what we used to.
Going into that further, the people that do remember their past life(s) are the ones that happened to be reincarnated on Earth for the second or possibly third time. Why there are so little people that do remember their past lifes on Earth, could be due to the fact that the chance to be reincarnated as a human, twice, is so slim, let alone maybe a third life. But, our chance to be reincarnated as any living organism on Earth would be slightly greater. So, because us being an organism on Earth has a greater possibility, we probably were on Earth a few times before, but also may not remember due to the differences in our brains such as size or yet again, our understanding of what is happening around us.
I had a really good morning. So here’s what went down. Last night I was supposed to be getting pipe but there was a citywide curfew. So I couldn’t go into the part of the city where he lived. So I went to sleep last night naked as usual and started having these dreams about boyfriend #2 and stuff. This morning boyfriend #2 texted me some freak shit. And the rest was exactly what this picture looks like. And I lived happily ever after…