Here's some food for thought: If Leia's memories are because of force sensitivity, why doesn't Luke have any "memories"? Luke: "I have no memory of my mother. I never knew her." First, the exchange between Luke and Leia reveals to us that at least Leia knows she was adopted. Weird that she would know that, seeing as how the story could be lethally dangerous to her, Luke, and the Jedi Order. But she knew. My point is that Luke should know something about his mother if Leia does. I don't think that Leia's force sensitivity means anything ON IT'S OWN!! Now, hear me out on this: First, I'll have to see the film again, but did Luke ever look on the face of Padme? I remember Obi-Wan showing Leia to Padme, and their faces met, but Luke was placed in her arms. It's possible the force allows Leia to remember the look on her face, and Leia can fill in the rest. Or, (now this is off the wall, but hear me out) is it possible that Anakin was unknowingly able to affect the midichlorian count of Padme? We know that this is a power of at least one dark lord. And we know that Anakin saw Padme twice after he turned to the dark side. Since his whole turn was based on her, I wonder if he didn't subconciously tweak her count to the point where she became somewhat force sensitive. Without being powerful enough to be a force ghost, she may have kept her presence around Leia, since Obi-Wan was watching over Luke. Maybe it was Padme and Leia that got the Falcon back to Luke in ESB. Thoughts?