Maybe the "reincarnation" issue is confusing because of time. If in a realm where there is no time, then a soul wouldn't exactly be "coming back again" because there would be no real "again" in timelessness. What this man experienced and is sharing is (perhaps, but I don't fully understand)something he is trying to put into human language-- and thereby is limiting the unlimited to a set of sounds and symbols; our language is being used to express a situation for which there are no words. I am ever grateful for his trying to tell us about his Journey.
And "reincarnation" itself becomes a word that is an issue to some: some religions believe in it, some religions condemn it; this experience he describes seems to be free of the more human aspects/limitations that are embedded in our faith/lack of faith journeys toward the Great Other. As fascinated as I am by his Journey, sometimes I have to fall back and let what he posts here work on me; let it simmer around in my head for months as I wait for understanding; keep close to my heart these things I don't understand anymore than I understand the endless colors of orange in one shrub among hundreds of others along a dry creek bed. All is a great wonder, a great mystery, and we can only yell "Wow!" into the deep autumn skies and savor the richness of what we can't fully grasp.