07-10-2012, 04:19 PM
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Join Date: Dec 2011
Originally Posted by Craig Weiler
Personally I think that Acquired Savant Syndrome is an argument for reincarnation.
My theory is that we suppress our past life experience to make room for new learning. Somehow, this suppression has been damaged and the previous learning is suddenly "remembered."
Also, it isn't just the mind that has memory, but also the body. As someone who works with his hands I am keenly aware of how much of what I do is possible because my hands "know" what to do. The same must be true of piano playing and other skills.
I think this too, but only in some cases that are not related with accidents and things like that.
For example, I've always believed that most cases of child geniuses who report to "learn" skills with an anormal speed and ease, almost like if they already knew what to do even before facing them are in fact possible cases of reincarnation where some acquired knowledge of past lives could survive and manifest.
However It's obvious that brain design and behavior also plays a big part, if not, there wouldn't been the cases of average people that after an accident in the head, developed incredible mental and intellectual abilities.