I just had a thought that is kinda strange.
I have always felt that the line between love and hate is very thin. Joy and sadness, too. It seems to me that on a different level, opposites are in
fact the same things- two sides to the same coin, and we just choose which side to focus on and experience.
Like we choose not to experience the tears as joy, because we have beliefs in that being the "wrong" emotion to feel, when a loved one just passed
away. But physiologically, they are the same. Perhaps different parts of our being are aware of opposing things that are simultaneously true! (I won't
be able to see and talk with him...booo.....he is free and back to his origin! Yay!!!).
This goes also for things like conflict and cooperation.
You can see this on message board life when you get into a very bad disagreement with someone, and both walk away without having agreed or
compromised, and then months later you see that person repeating exactly your point that they so violently disagreed with before!
In some way, there was a merging and exchange that happened there, just as if we had agreed to take in and combine our thoughts. The only difference
is that in one case, the merger was consciously acknowledged and in the other it was not.
So... I was reading this book about the many well researched cases in the world that suggest reincarnation to be possible. There really is a very
large and seriously analyzed body of evidence, especially in cases of children that remembered past lives, spoke of them, gave all kinds of
information that could be confirmed, had birthmarks or scars from the previous life and death.... it is pretty compelling.
I was reading about cases in which soldiers killed in battle and war seem to reincarnate in the land they were fighting in- not back at their home
land. In big massacures, years later, people in the area end up with kids that claim and show all the signs of having been- the enemy troops.
Little english children talking about their german plane that crashed, speaking german and saluting pictures of Hitler.......chinese parents of tiny
japanese.......must be rather strange, and difficult to deal with!
But somewhat poetic as well- karma, perhaps? Go to war, become your enemy. Then you must live together, love each other, take care of each
It hit me that in many cases, men only get to these other places because of war- if there was no war to fight, they would never go there, never know
that land or it's peoples.
Is war actually one way that the souls of humanity merge, exchange, enlarge their experiences?
Some soldiers go get married with women in the enemy territory and a more "conscious" genetic exchange and merging occurs when they have offspring.
But could war be the subconscious equivalent of a merger???
Just reading about the seeming threat of war with the Korea's right now, and the conflicts between the middle east and the west. We have always
wondered why war exists...
Maybe because it was the only way to get some people together spiritually??
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