Do you remember your PAST LIVES? If you're like most of the 2.11 billion people who believe in rebirth or reincarnation, you probably don't remember. Many of us don't even recall our dreams, or our memories as a baby. Children under eight are more likely to remember vividly their previous lives — according to extensive research. In TRUE REBIRTH, we explore the truth of reincarnation and rebirth — the evidence, anecdotes, and true stories. Is there evidence of rebirth or reincarnation? What is the proof of past lives? How many people believe in either rebirth or reincarnation? What is the difference between rebirth and reincarnation? Reincarnation is one of the oldest spiritual concepts, but it also aligns with physics, cause and effect, and notions of karma. It transcends religion. Many agnostic or atheist-leaning people at least accept the possibility of rebirth. Billions of people around the world believe in the truth of rebirth or reincarnation — which are not identical concepts. Rebirth and past lives assume a continuity of mind. Reincarnation tends to speak the language of the eternal soul. Both are widely accepted as truth in many cultures and the majority of religions or spiritual paths, including Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, and Sikhism, Daoism (Taoism), Shinto, Shamanism, and most older faiths including paganism.