Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Reincarnated into the Opposite Gender

USO_WWII

Robin referred me to a thread of messages that put forth the theory that transgender people switched genders during reincarnation and that their gender confusion is due to leftovers from their previous life.

Years ago, when I was trying to figure myself out, those same thoughts crossed my mind. They were brought on by a recurring dream in which I was a female performer in the USO during World War II and died in a plane crash during the war (like bandleader Glenn Miller).

This dream occurred many times during my youth (when I was closer in time to my previous incarnation) and I would awake screaming as the plane went down. I have not had that dream in a long time, but I will never forget it.

I am neither a believer or non-believer regarding reincarnation, but if reincarnation is real, then it makes sense that if you switched genders during a reincarnation, there might be residue from the previous gender in your current incarnation.

 

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Source: MyHabit

Wearing Leota.

 

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Singer Daniel Diges femulating Whitney Houston on Spanish television’s
Tu Cara Me Suena (Your Face Sounds Familiar) in 2012.

10 comments:

  1. Stana
    Like you I do not know whether I believe in reincarnation or not BUT I have had many dreams and reveries where I was a woman in the 1930's or 1940's..wearing the dress style, hair styles and makeup styles of that era. Many of my dreams have me traveling as a woman on the trains of that era.
    I had sent you some pages from the Montgomery Ward Catalog of 1934. When I first saw those pages I had several dreams and reveries that were inspired by what the women of that day and age were wearing.
    I also have other dreams and visions where I am dressed in the attire of women of the mid 1800s and early 1900s that lead me to wonder if I was a women during those prior lives.
    Pat

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    1. My dream wardrobe varies between current styles and 1960s styles.

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  2. My ex suggested this. I told her that I thought I was going to be a woman in my next life and I was practicing.

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    1. An excellent and amusing explanation!

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  3. Dying before a girl has really gotten started as a USO performer would certainly be a strong reason to carry that loss forward into the next life. Imagine being on stage, with all of those young, lonely men forgetting their troubles while enjoying your song or dance...and then having all of that power to ease their fear and loneliness suddenly gone.

    I've had recurring dreams of being a farm wife in the thirties/forties...and the lack of power women had then...girdles and non-stop workloads...maybe this is why I went into engineering and rejected traditional female roles this time around...

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    1. How you gonna keep them down on the farm after they've seen Paree!

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  4. Stana, I think we all have experienced lives as each gender, some of which we remember because of unfinished business. Gender is incidental to our essential spirit. (FYI, I refer to myself as a genderfluid femophile.) xoxoBarbara.

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  5. Stana, I believe we have all been down that road before, and likely have unfinished business and memories. Gender is not a part of one's essential spirit, but just another experience. BTW, this time around I describe myself as a genderfluid femophile. Peace&love, Barbara.

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  6. every since i ever frist heard of reincarnation preincarnation i have belived that you can live hundreds of life times and you can even preincanate into previous life times i myself have come to accept this and i belive i have lived hundreds of times in in all of these lifetimes i have been female many more times than male so that now when i reincarnate male i feel somewhat at unease to the point that i want to be female again i feel right being a girl and when i am in a male incarnation i long to escape it and return to being a girl! more later!

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