05. Why One Does Not Remember Past Lives


Dear ones, we would like to expound upon the "veil of forgetfulness" which occurs for most people at the time of their rebirth back into this world.

There is no religion which can explain why all people are not being reborn equal. For example: one may be blind, another with great musical talent, and so on. - Uthrania Seila Sentana-Ries


Is the Veil of Forgetfulness Necessary?

July 16, 2012

Before the time of the Equinox, and when the same generations are reincarnated back on this plane for lessons to be learned, or for great talents to be developed, or for the positive or negative karma (what you sow you reap) to represent itself toward the individual, group or nation - the veil of forgetfulness in most instances is placed each time over the conscious memory of each person. This is done in order to safeguard the individual from having to deal emotionally with previous experiences from past lifestreams. But you will have a soul recognition and intuition without the experience remembered.


Remembering and emotionally experiencing past lifestreams consciously would be too much to handle for the individual otherwise, and in many instances would interfere with the present lifestream in which that individual finds itself incarnated in.


It is DNA - or soul remembrance - which the individual must now deal with subconsciously, and that simply entails "that" particular growth which has been severely encoded within the system of the individual, must now participate in the testing of its own solidness within the individual's holy universal structure.


In other words: It is your soul remembrance in the subconscious part of the brain due to your DNA continually receiving instructions throughout your accumulated lifestreams, which is put to the test when you arrive back on an earthen world with the same lessons to complete.

       -Uthrania Seila Sentana-Ries