It might get confusing if you have, maybe you need to stick to just the one account when talking about the same experience.
I find for myself, not to become obsessed with past lives. They are just that in the past nothing can change that outcome and to dwell in any past isn't good practice. There is too much good stuff to experience here in the present.
i also notice lights flicker and burn out for no good reason and things randomly turn on but its only when I'm in the house. my room is especially bad. lights blow all the time and my phone could be charged fully, then it will tell me 'battery low'. I also brought two pairs of noise cancelling speakers which suddenly stopped working only a week after I got them. They were both different brands and from different stores. I'm on my computer a lot, I notice this happens with computers... one of my computers hard drive suddenly blew up, then the monitor short circuited. the computer prior to that got random blue screens and the one prior prior caught fire. My parents used to blame me for breaking them.
i'm not the type to believe in the paranormal, especially after the things people have called me, attention seeker, troll, deluded, schizophrenic, etc.
my room is always always cold, and I'm usually freezing to the point I'm shuddering and have goose bumps yet i ask if anyone else is cold and they say theyre not, it feels warm. sometimes i hear knocking in the wall near my computer is when I'm there and its 2-3 in the morning. i usually feel like i am being watched around this time as well, its an eerie feeling.. i didnt believe in ghosts so i said out loud to myself ''i'm just crazy. there's no one here.'' a few seconds after i said that I felt like someone was scratching my shoulder. I checked my shoulder as if to rub off an annoying bug tickling my shoulder but nothing was there.
The 'memories' influence me a lot, for example i feel attracted to old clothing, furniture. It feels familiar but in a really eerie way. I also have an actual phobia related to the death memory. i actually have trouble watching films set in the 1900-1920 era because the nostalgia feeling and the feeling of 'missing' makes me feel so uncomfortable....
Edited by klainey, 05 July 2016 - 06:48 PM.