By my one of very worthy friend; SearchingTheMeaningOfLife (I’d hope I’d be recognized and confirmed 🙂 )
I’m born in the time of “Radio Day’s” as Woody Allen might call it, in that time in which there wasn’t TV and the only general communication was the radio in that times. Therefore, I’ve got a whole experiences to listen to the radio and the young friends might not believe it, it was a fascinating experience. it had helped me to learn to imaginate.
Anyway, when I was young and still listening to radio, there were a many theatre plays in it, you might not believe but those days there were writers for the Radio Piece. Theater in the radio, and they were wonderful acts happened: one of them it was written by a very famous writer (that I have unfortunately forgotten his name) about the wandering souls, our souls which go to nowhere land and waiting for the nxt act. there were four souls who met each others and sat and talked in the waitings time, and in between, they began to like each others, two men and two women.
one of the men said that he’d know that they’d all go into the new life on the Earth, the have begun to definite and wish how they could be in this new phase, they have liked each other in this very short time and they’d hope to get a nice life on the Earth in the new life, but exactly, at the time of reincarnation, they find out that they will have a tragic life; It’d mean that they married in pair and one of the men felt in love with the other’s wife and at the end there in murder! very sad story anyhow, there’s not a matter of believe in or not, C. G. Jung once said: I don’t believe in what I don’t really know about it. the main thing is that we all as humans when the time comes and we died, there will be something that’d surely remains, if we are here on this Earth to get through an examination as
Graham Hancock once stated.
Anyway, it’s a highly recommended issue here to read and spend a thought on it.
“We come from a dark abyss, we end up in a dark abyss: in the bright space we call it Zoe. As soon as we are born, the return begins. At the same time the beginning and the return. Every moment we die. This is why many have said: The purpose of life is death. But as soon as we are born, the effort to create, to compose, to make the matter of life begins. Every moment we are born. That’s why many have said: “The purpose of ephemeral life is immortality”
Assketika N. Kazantzakis
Life and death are the two sides-poles of the same coin, THE LIFE, as the ancient wise men said. We, as lovers of wisdom, suffice to accept their views in order to realize the very course of evolution.
But what is death? Is there something after the end of earthly life? Why are we born? Who we are; Where do we go from and where do we go?
All of the above questions call philosophy, religions in their essence, and the very science of psychology to answer.
Let’s try to unroll the skein. Let’s take things in a row.
“Death, in my opinion, is nothing but the separation of two things that were previously united. Of soul and body, “said Uncle Plato.
All ancient peoples, Sumerians, American Indians, Egyptians, Indians, Chinese, Japanese, and Greeks believed in reincarnation. Large personalities such as Pythagoras, Plato, Aristotle, Confucius Lao Tse, Buddha and more modern, such as Nietzsche, Schopenhauer and others have confirmed this old theory.
Reincarnation, then, is a very old teaching, which shows us the succession of life and death in human existence. Before proceeding, let us meditate by observing the nature itself, which teaches us the existence of circles … Each new spring succeeds in the winter … every new day at night … Man, as an integral part of nature, participates in his rhythms and, following them rhythms, lives, dies and resuscitates in this world.
Reincarnation teaches us that the human soul, or spiritual energy, changes body. It changes physical presence every time and so lives various lives in the flow of evolution. Moreover, the very purpose of the Reincarnation Law is to perfect the being. Through the successive reincarnations, the human spirit is perfected, acquiring the necessary experience and knowledge, and thus rising more and more to the source of the spiritual light from which it originated.
But what is it that is unchanging, reincarnated, and what is it that changes with every life? Again, we will turn to the depths of antiquity, collecting all these elements that humanity has inherited. Thus, the inner traditions impart that man, as an evolving being, has an Eternal and indestructible part of Heavenly origin, the Spirit, or the Ego, and another perishable, moral and earthly part, subject to changes in life. This second part we call it personality (does the word “persona” do not mean the mask of the ancient Greeks? Remember the masks that Khalil Gibran mentions in his work “the madman”). So the ancient wise men were saying that man consists of a perishable personality, which is quadruple, with four “masks” of material substance and an immortal spirit, which does not wear out if it is not material. The Ego or the Self of the ancient Greeks (remember again the delphic saying “know him” that reminds us to know our true self beyond the “masks”).
So we said that what the traditions say is reincarnated is the Spirit, which each time acquires a new personality (or else changes the worn-out clothes, as Krishna tells Arjuna in Bhagavad Gita, a project of great importance to the Indians ) that will allow him through his own life to acquire new experiences, knowledge and experiences, which will enrich and will help to develop the consciousness of the individual ego.
Every personality (which is to say that it includes our physical body, our vital energy, our emotions and the subjective mind) in every life has a certain duration. Sometime he is born and sometime he dies. So the soul “rises” into another world, in another dimension. In the east, this dimension is called Devachan and can be paralleled with Paradise, the Chalices of the Ancient Greeks, the Valhalla of the Scandinavian, the Egyptian Emperor … There the human entity spends a certain period of resting and processing everything learned from ” school of life “until it is forced to” rewind “(I go up and down is relative, but these meanings have always been used, which suggest the passage from one dimension to another) on the earth, in the material world,
In general this describes the process of reincarnation. Whether there are several “levels” in which souls are sent or else gone (Dante described these spaces as multi-storey universes) is a very big issue.
“Birth is sleep, forgetfulness
and the soul within us is born,
the star of life but the brilliant,
else he has gone to set,
and its east is elsewhere.
Not even naked,
Not completely into oblivion,
we are born into this life,
but like wind clouds,
sent from God, our first source. ”
“Feelings of Immortality Through the Reminders of Childhood”
Following those who have realized all of the above we understand:
“My children, death and birth,
a pain of heart and sweetness,
one I leave it, and I come,
one hello and I found it well. ”
“Report to Greco” N. Kazantzakis.
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Source: http://www.nea-acropoli-athens.gr /