When I was immigrating to Israel, I asked my friend — a rabbi — whether or not Jews believe in reincarnation.
He said “Which Jews? Where? When?” Beliefs in reincarnation transcend religious, ethnic and historical borders. Almost every known religion has incorporated it at some point and in some place.
Since Jews have no dogma pertaining to the afterlife — or even if there is an afterlife — we can choose to believe as we like.
I’ll take Reincarnation, thanks. With a side of Heaven in case I need a vacation.