According to Bashar he says that "you will never be this you again". Although we have simultaneously coexisting parallel lives of our current life,( let alone those of the past and future) we only experience ourselves as this personality once. But what if for the soul's expansion and growth we reincarnate back into the exact same life( same birthday, name, physical looks, family etc), only this time our consciousness decides to play out much different choices? Is this possible? It would be interesting to see how even the smallest set of choices lead to drastically different outcomes for better growth.
Also is it possible that we completely miss out on several major important agreements, meetings, opportunities in our life and we are somehow so oblivious to the fact that we have missed out on it, does this affect our soul's growth?
Last question. If we don't fulfill our soul contract in this life by not learning the lessons we came to learn, then the soul will most likely incarnate into a lifetime where it learns them or balances the energy in spirit world, whereas learning all the lessons we proceed to a different life or choose not to incarnate again. So does the soul have this planned out, i.e. in case of failure to learn lessons-> life (a) follows, in fulfilling contracts->life (b) will be experienced/no incarnation. Or is this worked out only after death worked out? Hope this all makes sense. thanks!
asked 14 Sep '13, 15:59
This may help with the first part of the question.
"When you think in terms of reincarnation, you are still dealing with very simple time concepts. You accept, if you were born in 1940, a particular historical sequence: but others born in 1940, are born into a different time context, a different 1940, with its own probable events. You always think of being reincarnated in terms of being born backward into a history of which you have read. But any given year has its own variations.
In a way you seed yourself into time. But you could choose to be born five "times" in 1940, and each existence would be entirely separate, as you probed into the probable realities existing for you in the variations of that period."
Source: The Unknown Reality - Volume Two (A Seth Book)
answered 15 Sep '13, 11:17
I think that when Bashar says that "you will never be this you again," he is saying that you are not the same person from moment to moment. You are not the same person you were a second ago. Tou are constantly changing.
In answer to your question: Yes, I believe it is possible to reincarnate in this particular life all over again, since this is a Universe of infinite possibilities, so that would be ONE possibility.
I have examined these fundamental questions in a different light. I do not believe we have any kind of a soul contract, but inroads into answering the second question can be made by examining identical twins. They are from the same cell, and are the same person and consciousness in the beginning. The first time one of them sees or feels something that the other one did not, they begin their divergence. They will always be the same person: they have just stumbled down different paths and been fed different information. If you are willing to make the assumption that: if something has happened; there is a statistical probability that it can happen, then a scientific answer can be attempted for the first question. Making that assumption, there is a statistical probability that your genetic code will come up again, and if space is infinite, and the same probabilities apply to the formation of a universe, then with an infinite number of universes with an infinite number of stars and and infinite number of planets like earth, with carbon based life, then your genetic code will be replicated infinitely no matter how small the probability. thus we have what I will call infinite immortality. There are infinite replications of you out there right now! I often like to think that on one planet I might be a king while on another I might be the dumbest person on the planet. I agree that this life experience is unique. Make the most of it. Keep in mind that you are immortal: kind of.
answered 15 Sep '13, 07:40
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