(ORDO NEWS) — Ian Stevenson’s book tells about a certain monk Wen Sayadaw U Sobhan. He was born in 1921 and at the age of 15 ended up in a monastery, and after a while he was already a full-fledged spiritual mentor.
For the first time, Sobhana began to talk about his past life at the age of 2, and these memories were with him for almost 58 years. Only after that did they gradually begin to be forgotten. In his past life, he worshiped Buddha, so after being reborn he was able to become a monk.
In addition to memories of a past life, Sobhana also talked about what happened to him after his death. He remembered everything, right up to the birth of a new family.
In a past life, he was a man named Meng Bosi, who lived with his family just a few houses away from Shobana’s new family. After Bossi died, his wife gave birth to a baby girl. Sobhana repeatedly visited them and always felt at home there.
He also remembers a lot about his death. He went to the hospital because he had serious health problems. When the doctor says he needs surgery, the memories cease.
The next moment and the man was in the forest. He walked there for a long time until he met an old man in white clothes. He took him to his native village. When they stopped in front of Bossi’s house, the elder went inside.
Then he went out, they passed seven houses and the elder said that it was time for him to go, and Bossi had to stay. When he woke up, he realized that he was reborn and now his name is Sobhana.
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