reply to post by wonderworld
My philosophy of Religion in college didnt touch the sugject of reinarnation so i'm at a loss for words.
Neither did mine, so either one accepts that it doesn’t exist, because the teachers said so, or research it and actually find out for oneself
whether it is true or false. I say again, that the higher mind reached through ones intuition, can say whether something is right or wrong
What is involved with your Reincarnation Board Interview? Who are the CEO's of this board. Ones who pass judgement?
At an appropriate time after your material body and your spirit/mind complex have parted, if there is the need to reincarnate, then you go to view a
re-run of the highlights of your life, together with a guide. The only one to pass judgement on you is yourself, and as the main events are viewed,
there can be no denying what you said or did. No lawyer can argue a point and say that his client wasn’t there, for the facts are clearly there for
all to see.
Then your Interview follows with you, your principal guide and some of the higher spiritual beings, as required. This meeting is held in the spirit of
great love and understanding for the individual. The aim is to determine the best course of action as according to what happened in the most recent
incarnation, and the state of karma gathered over all the soul’s lifetimes.
If an adverse lifetime is considered appropriate, it is assigned with great love for the individual, in the knowledge that it will give them the
opportunity of correcting negative traits on the long path to spiritual perfection. On the other hand, beneficial incarnations are also awarded, where
it is considered appropriate.
Are you saying that the human spirit is attached to the fertilized egg of a groundhog or plant?
No, I’m not saying that. What I am saying is that individual souls or spirits are created, and to begin with they inhabit forms of life at the low
end of the spectrum. They have numerous incarnations going up the chain of different life forms, until they reach the kind of animals that come into
contact with mankind on a regular basis, so that they have some experience of the human lifestyle, and all this vast experience is known at soul
level. Then when it is considered appropriate, that soul is allowed the first human incarnation of many.
How is it possible that there are exceptional circumstances, when there are walk-ins, when a highly evolved soul inhabits another soul’s body
by agreement? Do they sit and chat about it first? That wasn’t meant derogatory.
Yes, I know that is a genuine question. What you need to understand, but only if you want to, is that when you die, you still survive. In the spirit
realms people live, they are as concrete to each other as we are now. They live in dwellings, have countryside and rivers and oceans; great libraries
and galleries, and institutions of learning.
If you wanted to be an engineer in an upcoming incarnation, you would need to study the subject in some detail, underneath a tutor who was a Master
Engineer. Isambard Kingdom Brunel, the designer and engineer behind bridges, railways and iron hulled ships, is still an engineer and gives tuition in
All the great people who have ever lived, still do; either in further incarnations, or in spiritual realms and they don’t give up interest in their
subjects, on the contrary, they continue with them for the benefit of mankind.
There are cases where a human life is started with one soul and another swaps with them further down the line, and do they talk about it first; of
course they do. It’s part of their divine soul paths, and everything is done within the boundaries of Divine Law; also known as Natural Law.
Why would someone agree to let another spirit enter not knowing if he will end up being a beaten bear with a stick?
Because the choices they were given were in the long term best interests of their own soul development, or their previous transgressions of Divine Law
were so bad that they faced immediate reincarnation into an adverse set of circumstances.
It is difficult to determine the difference of your knowledge and your belief.
Sometimes it is very difficult to turn a belief into knowledge. I’ve had an enquiring mind for long as I can remember, and I have annoyed teachers,
co-workers and family with my constant questions. I’ve never taken no for an answer when it comes to the aspects of life concerning our existence,
and what we can see and can’t see.
The biggest question has always been ‘Why’? What’s it all about? Can it really be to listen to Pink Floyd; to eat more baked beans this year
than I did last year; watch every episode of The Shield; grow more palm trees in my garden; vote for some corrupt politician to become elected and
steal from the people?
These things are just the scenery and props in a never ending play, and we enter at various times as different characters, making our final exit to a
higher place. Life is never ending and we are indestructible and divine.
I tend to find concepts from all kinds of places, some of them quite unpromising, and these become tentative pieces in a spiritual jigsaw puzzle. They
get put together; offered up to see if these symbols of belief fit together completely as if they were made for each other. Some do, and very many
don’t, but eventually an elegant but simple picture of the truth emerges, and when it does, you just know it. The Higher Mind says Bingo!
Ive never researched Reincarnation. I admit it is over my head. I do believe the word Religion is to broad and has branched off in several
Sadly most religions aren’t progressive. They rely on the word of God, transmitted through the minds of mankind and written down thousands of years
ago, and edited by mankind to suit their own ends.
God and His senior personnel talk to people all the time, mind to mind, and it is sometimes written down and published. Channeling comes into this
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