Re: The more I remember...
Actually I know a good number of individuals who have had similar experiences.
One thing about past lives is that it is exactly what it says it is, a past life. Consider if you were born in a different culture to a different family with a different entire set of variables to grow up with, including a different body makeup and chemistry... Might you be someone totally different?
Now imagine if you suddenly were zapped from your current body into that other body and life... you might feel out of place in said situation and life.
Some of those individuals that I mentioned went so far as to experience dis associative personalities reflecting some of those past lives, or even the experience from those past lives speaking as it's own voice, similar to a multiple system. In these cases, these were not multiples, these were memories identified as not being them, and once these were accepted as part of who they are, then they became integrated back. My recommendation is to remember that you are correct in your current body, and in this life. The memories you experience are you, but have no bearing on this life.
I agree with Meirya, you are you, you are now, do not become obsessed with what might have happened at some point in a possible past you might have lived at the expense of what you are now. If you have another life sometime in the future, you may be remembering experiences from this life... don't let the experiences remembered be you obsessing over discovering other past life experiences.
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