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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Endless Incarnation Sorrows: You Live and Die and Repeat: A Spiritual Odyssey of Mortal Imprints on Earth by Lucia Mann gives fascinating insights on past life and reincarnation. The discoveries Lucia Mann has shared will direct readers to the concept that an aspect of a living being starts a new life in a different physical body or form after each incarnation until the last death. The author's experience of having flashbacks of her apparent past lives resurfacing deep from her subconscious mind will make readers curious about past lives and the existence of more than one Universe. The life stories in the book, the many incarnations, and the tragedy of being born a Jew gives glimpses of the author's lives before this century and how past lives play a role in influencing current lives, and how sometimes even traumas and illnesses in the current birth are carried over from the past lives. Lucia Mann also explains how these births are used by entities to balance their positive and negative karmas and how many mortals have to suffer to reach the realm of enlightenment-immortality. Let's take this incredible journey with the author and travel back 35,000 years to her first imprint on Earth, a mortal being and beyond.
The stories are entrancing and will take readers into another realm and give them a new perception about life and the mysteries it holds when it comes to previous lives, reincarnations, and how the effects of sin can be passed down from one generation to another. The stories are set in different parts of the world, making readers aware of how mortals go through many journeys donning different roles; they might store some traumatic events in the hippocampus of their brain and this can influence their behavior patterns in their next births. Endless Incarnation Sorrows is profound and thought-provoking. Being someone who has always been intrigued and fascinated by the topic of rebirths and past lives, this book struck a chord with me. It reminded me of some of Dr. Brian Weiss's books, Many Lives Many Masters and Messages from the Masters, which speak about past lives, rebirths, and how a soul dons various roles in their many lifetimes to finally evolve and be free from the cycles of birth and death.