The beauty of the internet is that there is no shortage of valuable and thought-provoking information available to the true seeker. The problem is that there is also alot of junk out there that tends to clutter the whole process as well. As such, it's always nice to get a few good leads on where to go for more info, thus the purpose of this page. Check back often to see if there's anything new!

Shown below are those sites having to do specifically with the theme of this website: spirituality, free-thinkers, and reincarnation. It's a bit thin yet, but it's very much a work in progress. (To go to the links page on my other site that has to do with the paranormal exclusively, click here.) I 've looked over each of these sites personally and while I don't necessarily agree with everything they might say or endorse every position they take, I believe they are worthwhile exploring. I leave it to you to decide for yourself if they have anything to say to you personally. Also, if you would like me to include your website here (no commercial/retail sites please. Personal sites only), drop me a line with the web address and I'll look it over. I won't guarantee I'll include it, but I promise to at least give it a look. However, if I choose not to include it, that doesn't mean it's a “bad” site. It just may mean it doesn't contain enough material to make it worth-while, or its subject matter doesn't relate to the general theme of my site. In other words, don't take it personally! Additionally, if I do choose to include your site, I hope you will return the favor. That way we both come out ahead! Enjoy! (P.S. Please report any broken or inactive links. Thanks.)

Sites guaranteed to get you thinking about God in ways you may not have considered before, along with practical methods for getting in touch with the divinity within. Not for the religiously and spiritually certain; seekers only.

This site deals with the book Your Soul’s Plan: Discovering the Real Meaning of the Life You Planned Before You Were Born by Robert Schwartz, and contains ten true stories of people who planned physical illness, having handicapped children, deafness, blindness, drug addiction, alcoholism, losing a loved one, and severe accidents prior to their births. The book presents the actual conversations people had with their future parents, children, spouses, friends, and other loved ones when together they planned the challenges they would experience in their upcoming lifetimes. I've read it myself and strongly recommend it. FAVORITE LINKSjjkkkkkkkkkkkjjjjjjjhhjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjkjjjjjjjjjjReturn to Home Page