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Thread: What Are Your Opinions on the Possibility of Reincarnation and "Past Lives"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Víðálfr View Post
    But remembering past lives is not easy to do, I guess most people who are claiming to remember past lives are just dreaming and fantasizing or whatever else about it. Unless it's some saint or important spiritual figure to claim that he/she remembers some of their past existences, I really doubt it.
    The idea that only uniquely enlightened people remember past lives, and that it is a challenge to do so, just does not mesh with what I know. Many people who report past life memories say that they can't control it and that it just sort of happens.

    Among these cases the individuals often report feeling like they're the same person on the inside. These people tend to refer to their past life self in the first person ('I did this, I lived there,' etc.) and they often find the experience extremely confusing & emotionally jarring. The reason why Christians believe demons are involved in these things is partially due to the intense negative emotions involved.

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    I 100% believe reincarnation is real. Dr. Brian Weiss, for instance, has been dealing with reincarnation and past life regression for years.

    It is absolutely a reality and the sooner people start accepting it, the better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dani View Post
    The idea that only uniquely enlightened people remember past lives, and that it is a challenge to do so, just does not mesh with what I know. Many people who report past life memories say that they can't control it and that it just sort of happens.

    Among these cases the individuals often report feeling like they're the same person on the inside. These people tend to refer to their past life self in the first person ('I did this, I lived there,' etc.) and they often find the experience extremely confusing & emotionally jarring. The reason why Christians believe demons are involved in these things is partially due to the intense negative emotions involved.
    It comes to highly cultivated people naturally, when they are ready for it and capable of putting this knowledge to use. The distinction is in knowing the full significance, meaning and purpose of one's former lives. Those people who refer to their past life selves shouldn't confuse it for their true self.

    The key is found in the maxim Know Thyself, which has been mistreated by sham psychologists and psychoanalysts. Even the wiki article deliberately misrepresents the teaching by ignoring Plato.

    “for they imagined that ‘Know Thyself!’ was a piece of advice which the god gave and not his salutation of the worshippers at their first coming in.” Who is they? Certainly not the worshippers.

    It was neither an admonition nor command. There was no obligation to obey in these orders (such as in the counterfeit Jesuit and Rosicrucian sects). I was surprised to discover in Goebbels' earlier and untranslated diaries a critique on Jesuitism, which seems to have been a subversion of Catholicism. It's by no means coincidental that Hitler, Beethoven, and Mozart had Catholic upbringing while the greatest writers and poets have been Protestant.

    The maxim was a mark of distinction between practitioners. One can discover the teaching of reincarnation being presented as fundamental and correctly understood in Weishaupt's untranslated writings.

    Knowing oneself is undoubtedly the most difficult task, the very last thing one can achieve, because it means the full acquisition of a sense of proportion.

    Iamblichus mentioned 3 proofs for this qualification:

    1. Pythagoras knew his true Self. There are three states clamoring for control over man: mental (predator, beast of prey, faculty of intellect), emotional (negativity, destructive/mischievous, faculty of instinct), and physical (animal body, the mount we ride on). This is not an affirmation of the Christian view of the tripartite division of the human soul, which is a misinterpretation of ancient teaching. These three are mechanical tools at best. One can descry these distinctions in anti-Semitism.

    "The conscious intellect is, as it is propounded, only a formal tool, and is thus devoid of content. Once it is enthroned as a legislating sovereign, it signifies the end of a culture..."
    - Alfred Rosenberg, Der Mythus

    (This is by no means an endorsement of Rosenberg, who rejected Pythagoras while lauding Plato.)

    Presiding over these three is a guardian angel, what Plato called man's divinity, the sovereign part of the human soul, working in conjunction with "the gods" (Devas) supervising the nations and the world at large. In other words, there is a hierarchy.

    2. Pythagoras knew when it had entered into his present body.

    3. Pythagoras knew who he had been, and also, his latent possibilities (who he admired and who he hated, himself at his best and worst).

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    People who remember "it" by accident or by external (forced) means are really unfortunate people. Their present life is shattered by the knowledge. How can they reconcile who they were in the past with who they are now? How are they even to deal with the realization that their friend or spouse was once their mother/father/son/daughter/brother/sister in a past life? How can they be sure their lives were ever real? Surely they would retreat into an illusory view of life, like the Hindus and our philosophers.

    Hypnotherapists are unconscious servants of "Satan", they have a destructive interpreting effect in the life of man.

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    I do not believe in reincarnation but believe in a resurrection and Eternal life.

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    I do not hold with reincarnation per se, but I do believe in the transmigration of souls. That is, I don't believe Joe the Plumber is reborn as Joe the Plumber in a later life, but that (assuming his soul hasn't been strengthened enough to be freed from the physical realm to return to heaven) his soul- the divine spirit within him- will simply be placed in another body (the soul being potentially stronger, but without human memory) and the cycle of redemption or further transmigration will begin again.

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    Do you believe in Reincarnation?
    I don't rule anything out.

    A lot of quantum physicists today believe there are parallel universes and if this is true then it's easy to make a case for reincarnation.

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    I find the the very thought of being born back into this twisted world very disturbing, to say the least about it.

    Hopefully, it's a one-time nightmare.
    Aside from an ever increasing number of mortals who have willfully chosen to worship Satan and his minions, our battle has always been against the powers and principalities operating surreptitiously throughout this twisted world.

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