reply to post by MyProblemWithEvil
I honestly don’t know mate.
I go back and forth on this one. On the one hand, I enjoy reading about past life research and I sincerely believe there’s something to it. The most
compelling evidence for me, is when a past life hypnotist will regress a subject to another life and suddenly the subject will begin speaking fluently
in a different language. (that the subject had never learned before)
Big name Regressionists like Dolores Cannon and Michael Newton (amongst others of course) have also taken subjects inbetween lives...and according to
their research --- we do in fact (in accordance with other guides and other highly evolved entities) choose many of the major events in our life.
One of the main conclusions that come out of their research is that the Spirit World is much more real than our Physical world. In other words --- the
life that we’re living now is more of an illusion or a ‘dreamscape.’
Earth, according to them, is one of many schools for us. And apparently it is quite a difficult one at that. However, although most of the big events
in our life have been predestined...we do still have free will. And so while we don't choose the big events, we do choose how we deal with the events
and also we can change our paths midcourse.
That said, I just can’t imagine why (like you said) someone would choose to either:
A. Be raped or murdered or
B. Be a rapist or murderer
That I can’t fathom.
So I guess, in conclusion, I honestly dunno.
When I look around at all the sh*t that’s going on in this world. Something that sometimes helps me, is to think of someone positive in my life. I
ask myself --- if I had a choice between not living at all or living a crap life but getting to know say my brother, mother or father, girl
friend...heck even my dogs. To me the choice is easy --- I would choose to be here (living) in an instant.
But on the other hand...if I was to broaden my perspective to include all the crap that’s going on in the world, rather than just my little life. I
dunno anymore, if it would be worth it.
I guess, maybe one has to decide if all the good in the world can outweigh the bad. And my answer to that question is “I honestly don’t know.”
Some days I’d answer yes, but more often I think, I’d answer no.
And if the answer really is No --- that the good doesn’t outweigh the bad. Than in that context...reincarnation does seem like a pretty sick,
needlessly cruel cycle that we’re stuck in.
Another way though of looking at life though, is that if everything is just an illusion, a dream, a stage full of actors ect. Perhaps we’re taking
everything too seriously? Perhaps we need to stop trying to oppress one another and just enjoy life a little bit more. Because all the bad that comes
out of life --- is pretty much caused by ignorant people who value material things or desires of the flesh over loving one another.
Argh, well now I seem to be getting too corny to continue...anyways who knows. I look forward to reading what far more intelligent people than me have
And btw, very interesting thread OP. You definitely (for better or for worse) got me thinking!
Oh yeah, lastly, regarding David Wilcock lol. I think he means well for the most part...but I sincerely believe that his high ranking “contacts”
are just playing him like a fiddle. Seriously, nothing that he has predicted (to my knowledge anyway) has come true. I have watched his documentaries
and they are very interesting...but still, in keeping with my general theme
I honestly don't know.