reply to post by ValentineWiggin
This was very interesting to me. I have been studying metaphysical phenomenon like our souls and free will ever since I experienced a darkness purer
than the blackest black that lasted for more than a year. I have discovered through my scientific research that we do, in fact, have free will and
that we do, in fact, have a soul.
One other thing I have discovered in my research is the existence of super-space... a reality outside of our current one, where one could see a
lifespan just as you described, and go to any point of it, just as you described.
In Hindu lore, Krishna tells Arjuna of the human condition. He says that every soul on earth, whether or not that soul remembers it, desires something
that is impossible to manifest. This one desire acts as a fuel for all desires - every soul desires to be one with Krishna, even while remaining in
the illusion we call life!
Clearly, no soul is capable of taking on this role, so to accommodate them, Krishna gives every sentient form the ability to focus and defocus
possibility. Recognizing that each one will eventually see the futility inherent in this illusion of control, Krishna nevertheless allows each one to
die and reincarnate over and over again, enabling the illusion to persist as long as each being remains enchanted by it.
Just today, I received a private message from an individual who had been impressed by my metaphysical knowledge in threads he had been reading. He
wanted to know what happened in the afterlife. I told him that I had scientific proof of our soul, and of free will, but could only guess that the
afterlife either had something to do with reincarnation, a spiritual space outside of the physical existence, or both.
Is it coincidence that we met today and that I read this thread of yours? I am leaning towards no. What you are describing actually fits into my model
of our existence quite beautifully. On the surface, it answers some questions - although our soul is eternal, do we reincarnate as the same person
over and over again, or assume different lives?
The most important thing it does, however, is give me a clear conceptual model of super-space, a life timeline and the choice we must make after we
For that, I thank you.
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