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Reincarnation in a Nutshell

In Eastern religions there is a belief - which has remained valid for thousands of years, and is still vaild even now - that the soul has lived before the birth of the body and will live long after the death of the body. The soul is reborn in a new body and begins a new life as long as that soul has not yet fulfilled all its given tasks in order to reach eternal peace.

 

The soul is eternal and indestructible, it always was and always will be and from time to time it moves from one body to another one as a temporary residence. Our body is vulnerable, the life span of a body is finite. Our body gets old and dies, but the soul is eternal and keeps being reborn in a new body.

Rebirth in practice

At the moment of death the body stops functioning. Heart, blood circulation and the activity of the brain stop. The body begins to slowly decompose. The soul gets separated from the physical body and spends some time to analyse the current life experiences and memories. Then it begins a new cycle of rebirth, in which a new mental and astral body is formed. Slowly the tasks of the soul determined by karma unfold, and these tasks will determine the new body (the abilities of this new body, etc.) which will enable the soul to fulfil the newly given tasks.

reincarnation

So, the main purpose of rebirth is the ongoing development of the soul and the ego through uncountable lives till the soul reaches the ‘perfect state’ when it can rest.

Reincarnation in East and West

The rebirth of the soul is the fundamental theorem and teaching of Eastern religions, but it seems to be completely missing from Western Christian doctrines. However, this impression is only formed at a cursory first glance. If you then study the Bible more carefully you can find references that the soul never dies, but is reborn.

This concept was denounced in Europe in the Middle Ages, even if the New Testament showed that Elijah was reborn as John the Baptist. And there is another reference in the Bible that the blind man is punished for his sins from his previous life (and his blindness was not caused by his parents). In early Christianity the theory of reincarnation was natural and accepted but later, due to the pressure of church leaders, this concept was denied and rejected.

Is there reincarnation at all?

This is really difficult to prove. It sometimes occurs that you go to a place that you feel is familiar even if you haven’t been there before, or you meet someone for the first time in your life but you have a feeling that you know them, or you can even remember relatives who died way before you were born. But these feelings are not as convincing pieces of evidence as when someone without any previous study in a particular foreign language can speak fluently in that foreign language, or can provide a very detailed and accurate description of an event or place or person that they have never seen, heard of or met. Our memories and experiences, however, are ours alone, so in that case nobody else can feel it or experience it, and therefore nobody can claim with certainty that they are true or false.

Another piece of unquestionable evidence is when a child (even at a very early age) has specific knowledge about such things that would be almost impossible to obtain by anybody at that age. For example, a two year old girl talks about a battle with a historically accurate true knowledge (including names and places) which is unknown to the entire family. Another example is Mozart, who could compose wonderful pieces at a very early age.

Getting to know reincarnation experiences can be a really exciting process, it can help in getting to know yourself better, it can bring you closer to the real you. But it is not recommended to spend too much time on the analysis of your past life experiences, because you should not forget that the most important thing to find is your place in your current life and to fulfil your tasks here and now and be happy here and now!

 
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