Many believe that the soul of someone who died can be reborn again on earth. Also called the transmigration of the soul, this particular event would prove that we keep living even when our body dies. With the technology of today, the fact that we can reincarnate is easier to justify than most beliefs. You would only need someone with a vivid memory of his other life and then compare them with documents and recordings of the past. This also implies that we can memorize these events even without having a brain.
This particular phenomenon would reenforce another strong belief stating that everything that happens to us is chosen by us. This conviction is about our power over our lives and the ability to control and attract any occurrences but, what about those who was born poor or those handicapped. This is when reincarnation comes into play, introducing the probable existence of a natural law called by most as karma.
Although the concept of karma is viewed a bit differently depending on the beliefs of many different religions and groups. Karma is essentially about reaping what you sow. In other words, all the events that we cannot foresee or control are determined by the actions and choices made in the past. This phenomenon is often seen has some kind natural justice but with enough life experience, karma seems to be more about learning and growing then paying for what we did. There is no definitive rules to follow in order to insure good karma since they seem to be different for each individual. Considering all the facts, it is very possible that the judge and jury is our own inner selves, materializing our every wishes at the best of his abilities. It is important to realize that the worst enemy you can have is yourself. Ultimately it is very important to get to know your real self in order to better cooperate with each other in order to heal and grow faster.