The Laws of Reincarnation

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“Death, in my opinion, is nothing but the separation of two things that were united before. Of soul and body, ” Plato

Sometimes I ask myself if I wanted to believe in Reincarnation and wanted to live again on this Earth!

It is not only because of my “not so easy life which I’ve almost behind me” but also it’s because of my pessimistic look at the development of humanity. It’s as I’m convinced by my searching through the history of Man; this development is not upwards but downwards! Don’t you think so?

But in the matter of fact, there remain such questions as: where are we come from, who we actually are and What the hell are we doing here on this “might still existing” paradise?

Here, I found another great post by {Searching The Meaning Of Life} as I try to translate from Greek. I hope your enjoyments 🙂 sincerely 🙏💖

By; https://searchingthemeaningoflife.wordpress.com/author/searchingthemeaningoflife/

“We come from a dark abyss, we end up in a dark abyss: in the bright space we call it Life. As soon as we are born, the return begins. At the same time start and return. We die every moment. That is why many have argued: The purpose of life is death. But as we are born, the quest to create, synthesize, make life material begins. We are born every moment. That is why many have argued: The purpose of ephemeral life is immortality. ”  N. Kazantzakis ascetic 

Life and death are the two poles of the same coin, of ONE LIFE, as the ancient wise men used to say. We, as lovers of wisdom, are enough to accept their views to realize the very course of evolution itself. 

But what is death? Is this something after the end of earth life? Why are we born? Who we are; Where do we come from and where do we go?

All of the above questions call for philosophy, religions in essence, and the science of psychology itself to answer.

Let’s try to unwind the skein. Let’s get things in order.

“Death, in my opinion, is nothing but the separation of two things that were united before. Of soul and body, “said Uncle Plato.

All the ancient peoples, the Sumerians, the American Indians, the Egyptians, the Indians, the Chinese, the Japanese and the Greeks believed in reincarnation. Great personalities such as Pythagoras, Plato, Aristotle, Confucius, Lao Tzu, Buddha and more modern ones such as Nietzsche, Schopenhauer and others have confirmed this old theory.

Reincarnation, then, is an ancient doctrine, which shows us the interplay of life and death in human existence. Before we move on, let us meditate on the very nature that teaches us the existence of cycles … Every new spring succeeds in the end of winter … every new day at death of the night … Man, as an integral part of nature, participates in its rhythms and, following them; lives, dies, dies and lives again in this world.

Reincarnation teaches us that the human soul, or spiritual energy, is the carrier of change. It changes material presence every time and so lives different lives in the flow of evolution. After all, the very purpose of the Law of Reincarnation, is to perfect the being. Through successive reincarnations the human spirit is perfected, acquiring the necessary experience and knowledge, and thus is increasingly elevated to the source of spiritual light from which it came.

But what is the unchanging, the reincarnated, and the one that changes with every life? Again, we will go back to the depths of antiquity, collecting all the elements that humanity has inherited. So do the internal traditions convey that man, as an evolving being, has an Eternal and indestructible part of Heavenly origin, the Spirit, or the Ego, and another perishable, literary and earthly part, subject to life changes. We call this second part personality (the word ‘persona’ really does not mean the mask of the ancient Greeks? Remember the masks that Halil Gibran refers to in his work ‘The Madman’). So the ancient wise men said that man consists of a perishable personality, which is fourfold, with four material “faces” and an immortal spirit, which does not wear out if it has no material substance. The Ego or otherwise the Self of the ancient Greeks (remember again the Delphic saying “know him” that leads us to know our true Self beyond the “masks”).

So we used to say that what traditions say is being reincarnated is the Spirit, who each time acquires a new personality (or, alternatively, changes clothes worn out, as Krishna points out to Arzuna in the Bhagavat Gita, a work of paramount importance to them). that will enable him through his own life to gain new experiences, knowledge and experiences that will enrich and help develop the consciousness of the individual ego.

Every personality (let’s note that it includes our physical body, our vital energy, our emotions and our subjective mind) in every life has a certain duration. At some point, he is born and at some point, he dies. Thus the soul “rises” to another world, to another dimension. In the East this dimension is called Devachan and can be compared to Paradise, the Champs Elysee’s of the Ancient Greeks, the Scandinavian Balch, the Amed of Egypt … There the human entity spends a certain amount of time resting and processing everything school of life “until it has to” go down “(I go up and down it is relative, but these concepts have always been used to indicate the transition from one dimension to another) on earth, in the material world,

In this way, the process of reincarnation is described in this way. Whether there are various “levels” to which souls are sent or otherwise gone (Dante described these spaces as multi-storey universes) is a very big question.

Moreover:

“Birth is sleep, forgetfulness 

and the soul that is born within us, 

the star of life but the bright one,

 elsewhere she’s gone to bed,

and its east is elsewhere. 

Not even naked, 

Not completely drowning in oblivion, 

we are born into this life, 

 but like windswept clouds, 

sent by God, our first source. ” 

“Feelings of Immortality Through Thyme of Childhood”

William Wordsworth 

Following those who have realized all of the above we understand:

“One of my children is death and birth, 

a heartache and sweetness, 

one I’m leaving algae and I’m coming, 

one was hello and I found it good. ” 

“Reference to Greco” N. Kazantzakis. 

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• KARMA, ANNIE BESANT, THEOSOPHICAL PUBLICATIONS

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