Children Who Remember Previous Lives - Ian Stevenson, M.D.

Children Who Remember Previous Lives

By Ian Stevenson, M.D.

  • Release Date - Published: 2000-12-01
  • Book Genre: Spirituality
  • Author: Ian Stevenson, M.D.
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This is the revised edition of Dr. Stevenson's 1987 book, summarizing for general readers almost forty years of experience in the study of children who claim to remember previous lives. For many Westerners the idea of reincarnation seems remote and bizarre; it is the author's intent to correct some common misconceptions. New material relating to birthmarks and birth defects, independent replication studies with a critique of criticisms, and recent developments in genetic study are included. The work gives an overview of the history of the belief in and evidence for reincarnation. Representative cases of children, research methods used, analyses of the cases and of variations due to different cultures, and the explanatory value of the idea of reincarnation for some unsolved problems in psychology and medicine are reviewed.

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    By 18holliday92
    This preview is about a different subject matter all together. The author can’t seriously believe that this preview is an acceptable representation of the subject matter that is eluded to by the title. I read the preview, which I was impressed with by size only. The contents of this would not have brought me to the point of curiosity. The subject of the preview was a completely differing topic than that described by the title and one that leads the reader down a prescribed path of set opinions. I would like for the preview to be removed or changed, if the book is actually about children remembering previous lives. This not being the case, please change the title of the book. I heard that Mr. Stevenson was THE authority in the subject of children and previous life recall. It disappoints me to no end that I won’t find out if this is true. I have a lot of respect for UVA and I know this can’t be Mr. Stevenson’s doing. Please heed my review. Thank you.

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