posted on Oct, 22 2014 @ 04:02 PM
One of the two reasons I have always felt like " a stranger in a strange world" is that I was always aware that I was "from somewhere else". My
earliest memories are of a deep sadness... a yearning for "home".
Imagine... a toddler in his mothers arms at home... being homesick. That was me.
And I have somehow always had memories of other lives in other places. And this is the second reason I have never "fit in". Here, in this society
there is this actual discussion about the "possibility" of re-incarnation. Well, what do I do with the fact that I remember past lives. It's like
finding yourself in a reality in which people discuss the "possibility of the theory of childhood" and you remember yours while no-one else does. And
when you tell them that you do remember your childhood they begin to come up with alternate theories: "Perhaps these are just movies you saw and you
forgot" or "Perhaps you just have a vivid imagination" when mostly they are thinking "Perhaps he is just making his childhood up to fool us into
believing in this myth". Well, its a bit like that for me. I KNOW what I know. But there is exactly zero possibility of me proving what I know to
anyone else because what I know does not translate in that way. I was not, in a previous life, some major historical character that one could research
and verify facts. I do not have access to "special knowledge" that can be tested. It just won't be made to work that way. But I know what I know. And
this is why I have not shared any of this on ATS. I totally expected the "pics of it didn't happen" crowd to pull in if I shared any of this. But so
far so good for this thread! :-)
The details of what I remember are quite complete. I could write books about them. But what is more important than these details is what they have
taught me. These memories have taught me a great deal about why we incarnate and how we are here to learn and grow. I also remember loads of stuff
from between lives and my interactions with others in the "spiritual realms". And this has taught me that, truly, there is nothing to fear. This world
and the reality it is in, is actually an illusion. We are creating it and projecting it and we are doing so to set before ourselves a stage upon which
we can experience exactly the kinds of lives we now are. We are discovering what it is like to be utterly individuated and separated. But it is an
illusion. Behind the illusion there is eternal life, ongoing growth and everlasting self-expression. The things you fear are only your projections
and, in time, eventually, you will learn to manage your beliefs in such a way that you get more and more of that which is "right" for you and less and
less of that which is "wrong" for you. More joy, less pain. This lies ahead for you as it does for all of us. But first we need to learn the basics.
We need to learn to manage our minds, our beliefs and our fears, to take ownership pf these faculties of ours and not misuse them. And for that we are
now in the perfect "school"... this place of separation and individuation.
This is what I have learned from my memories of life between lives.
And the beauty of it all is I can prove exactly none of this to you. You have to decide (choose? create?) for yourself. Because in this place no one
can prove anything to you in a way that you cannot, if you wish, doubt it. You can believe anything you like and doubt everything presented to you. So
here you are free to choose.
Crazy reality, no?
edit on 22/10/2014 by Bootifool because: spelling