Some Children Have Past-Life Memories. Here's What That Means

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There are 2,500 cases of children who have had past-life memories. In the clip below, Roxanna Namavar—a psychiatrist and intuitive who went to medical school at Kansas City University of Medicine and did her residency training at the University of Virginia, then went on to specialize in women's hormonal issues—opens up about the meaning of past-life memories in conversation with mbg Founder and CEO Jason Wachob.

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