Saturday, October 13, 2018

Reincarnation: “One Day At A Time”

At a very young age, even though I’d never heard of the notion of reincarnation, I somehow ‘knew’ that we all would be born again and again in the physical sense just as surely as we go to sleep each night and reawaken each morning. I had a sense that some lives would be better than others, just as some days are better than others.

It wasn’t until I was pushing forty that I fully embraced what this meant though. After all, reincarnation is rather daunting in that it means one lives countless physical embodiments while learning life’s lessons. A single incarnation can be tough enough, but at least it’s only for a finite amount of time. Very few of us would want to live forever and ever in physical embodiment or in any other form, unless it were to be in spiritual form. 

‘The Good News’ is that we all already do live forever in spiritual form. Indeed, this is the great news that the Spirit is immortal and already exists in the Spiritual Plane now and forever. It is only when our Spirit chooses to manifest into the physical plane to learn life lessons that this mortal coil we call ‘Life on Earth’ is experienced. But, because while we’re incarnated, we are ‘beyond the veil’. Thus, we don’t remember our Life Before Life (or shall we say, Life Between Life).

It is a joy and a blessing to know that we are spiritual beings having a human experience, but the rigors of countless physical embodiments is challenging, to say the least. For any one who is yet uncertain about their spiritual nature, it’s enough to cause them to cling to Orthodox Christianity’s belief that it’s just ‘once around the block’ and then we’re home forever.

That’s why, whether you believe in reincarnation or not, we can still only live this life that we have here and now ‘one day at a time’.

Dr. Raymond Moody’s Book series beginning with “Life After Life”.

“Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds: Akasha”
Begin at point 15:40

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All Is Vibration, All Is Energy

To gain a better appreciation of frequency and vibration, watch:
"What Is Light?" (4 1/2 minutes)
Kurzgesagt – In a Nutshell
Note: This is one of the best and most essential video clips that I've ever seen.

Watch at least the section about vibration and 'alpa camasca' starting at the 19:30 mark:
Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds - Part 1 - "Akasha" (31 minutes)

In the above video, the following phrase is used:
The Incan word for “human body” was alpa camasca, which means literally, “animated earth.”