posted on Sep, 20 2016 @ 05:32 AM
In my opinion, remembering your other forms of existence can mess you up depending what you dig up. You feel slightly detached but it has a lingering
realness and you want to get to know that person more. But you have to move on and focus on the life ahead of you or else you will get really
depressed wishing you were elsewhere. So many stories of peoples' incredible triumph's of extreme survival and here you are wishing your life would
just end because you are tired of the scenery.
I feel slightly irritated with the process, the empty space of being a baby that seemed like a dream-like state where I don't remember anything and
you are left so disoriented re-developing a new brain and intellect that if you had a past prior to that the pieces are hard to put together.
I believe life on this planet is like trying to move through sand, constant repression. I have my own battle where I choose how much I value clarity
that day. I think a lot of people can't accept that there is more clarity to be had and they in-fact do not know themselves as much as I they think
Yes, I very much think re-incarnation is real, real weird. They came to me in childhood dreams but they were different, there was a narrative
explaining it was another life and I could experience the mind and being of this person. You would wake up with a child's mind in comparison, quite a
trip. I had a traumatic death in my last life that I got to experience all over again, it wasn't so terrible but leaves a mental scar. I do believe
there is some life lesson I am playing out to counter-act what happened.
In life things seem so long when we compare it on the scale of human age and regular patterns of buy a house, get this job etc. But on the mind's
scale it can take many years to change. It could be that we live primarily to change one or two things about the way we think and it may require what
would seem like a harsh life.