How to know if you have a past life connection with someone


You walk into a room and you see him. Your eyes lock. There is something very familiar about this person yet this is the first time you have ever seen him. It's unexplainable connections like this that could be a result of a shared past life with someone. If you think this sounds like nonsense, there's tons of scientific evidence dealing with the subject matter. Pioneers in the field of past life transgressions like Dr. Brian Weiss and Dr. Michael Newton say there are many ways to tell if someone in your life could have been part of your past.


Shared Life Experiences

  • Keep an open dialogue with people. If you have a connection with someone you just met, you can get to know them better by asking them questions about their life. In return, answer their questions honestly. If there are any similarities, make a mental note.

  • Journal your conversation. Write down what was similar and what was different. Make sure to write down the details of what was talked about.

  • Keep in touch with this person and discover more similarities that you have in common. You may decide there was not enough of a connection to continue. Whatever you decide, stay disciplined in your awareness and journal all your experiences.

Tips & Warnings

  • Not all connections from our past lives are good connections. Sometimes you may meet a person who was an enemy of yours in a past life. The lesson of the relationship will make itself known as you spend more time together.


  • Same Soul, Many Bodies, Dr. Brian Weiss, 2005
  • Life Between Lives, Dr. Michael Newton, 2004
  • Photo Credit alley to past image by Alexanderk from meeting image by Herbie from eyes image by EvilGirl from hypnotic swirl image by Nadezda Pyastolova from journal and fountain pen image by jimcox40 from pendulum image by e-pyton from
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