Have you ever wondered if your daughter was once your mother? Or if your grandfather reincarnated into your son? Sometimes, when connections feel even thicker than blood, we must ask: Is reincarnating into the same bloodline from a past life possible?
And that’s precisely what one of our listeners was pondering. Inspired by her question, today we dive into the difference between soul lines and bloodlines and, yes, how they can most definitely merge. Your family tree goes beyond names and dates. Its branches hold karma, purpose, and possibilities only the Other Side can see. Brenda discusses how reincarnated familial souls appear in her readings and how many already had a “feeling” this was happening (hello, Other Side whispers!); for others, it takes an extra level of observation and sensory awareness to put together the puzzle of past-life truth, as exhibited by Cathy Boyd’s book, The Boy Who Knew Too Much—a fascinating read of a toddler who reincarnated as Lou Gehring.
Like Russian Nesting dolls from The Great Beyond, souls are layered and stacked to carry out a lesson or purpose left undone. So join us today as we dissect the DNA of reincarnation because Earth School is hard without the strands that bind us all together.