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I have a question on reincarnation
05-13-2017, 12:45 PM #46
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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(05-13-2017, 03:06 AM)Catholic Wrote:  
(05-12-2017, 05:27 PM)UniqueStranger Wrote:  
(05-07-2017, 08:28 AM)CAtholic Wrote:  Sometimes I am worried about reincarnation and I wonder if I am the incarnation of some other creature or worse I worry that after I die I may end up incarnating some other innocent and unsuspecting creature??
Does any expert here know exactly how the incarnation process actually works??
Does it happen at the moment of conception or at the moment of birth?
If it happens at conception who is the incarnation vehicle ? The sperm or the egg??
Does this mean that the incarnant determines the sex of the baby depending on wether the spirit seeking to incarnate is male or female??
I think that this is the reason why we have humans who end up hose caul or transsexual
It happens when a male embryo gets incarnated by a female spirit or vice versa.
I am annoyed that the bible and quran and Gita do not give us much clue on this very important subject??

How it was explained to me by a psychic channeller is that the spirit (you) decides to enter a body (a fetus - no particular time was offered - so it may be at conception time or any time during gestation or actual physical birth - this is unknown to me, I should have asked but I didn't) and you even get to select your parents and environment due to whatever factors you feel would help you learn the lessons you need to learn in this new physical existence. Alternatively, if your parents decide to abort the fetus you are then freed once again to return to the selection process.
Maybe this is why they say that " a new fool is born every day"???

How else would you explain a spirit eagerly choosing to be reincarnated as a Hindu untouchable low caste in preference to choosing to incarnate as Casanova??


That depends on the lessons to be learned, now what may be foolish, is a reincarnate soul not wanting to learn anything. What a waste!
05-13-2017, 01:08 PM #47
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I hope this is my last spin on the merry go round.
I'm worn out.

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05-13-2017, 01:39 PM #48
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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The older I get, the more I appreciate the little things life has to offer.
05-13-2017, 01:54 PM #49
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(05-13-2017, 01:39 PM)UniqueStranger Wrote:  The older I get, the more I appreciate the little things life has to offer.

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D'accord.

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05-13-2017, 02:01 PM #50
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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(05-13-2017, 01:54 PM)Accidental Stoner Wrote:  
(05-13-2017, 01:39 PM)UniqueStranger Wrote:  The older I get, the more I appreciate the little things life has to offer.

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D'accord.

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05-13-2017, 04:17 PM #51
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well, being in the womb was nice at first with plenty of room.
when i was awake i would explore around me, swiping my hands on the smooth slick surface.
i could see reds and pinks and often heard muffled voices.
my mother sang alot.

at one point in my exploring, i found a spot that was different.
it was not smooth.
i found that when i pushed on it with my fingers there would be movement from her.
so i stopped.

then the backaches started.i literally could NOT get comfortable.i could not stretch out.
just ONE stretch is what i wanted.
but there was no room.how frustrating!!
it got hotter and my only escape was sleep.

one day i was feeling for the spot and found it was bigger.
that was when it occurred to me THIS was the way out!
there really was a way out!!

not much time later i was ready to die.i was in so much pain so i went for the spot
it was again much bigger.
i pushed against it and used my feet but it didnt open.
i tried several times and then gave up.

the birth itself was awful, full of fire!
i was burning so badly.
it hurt so bad i dont EVER want to go through it again.

they placed me face down, right on my face, arms to my side, swaddled i think.
it was all i could do move my face a millimeter to the right so my nostril could get air.
they didnt try to feed me at first but later they did.
i refused it.
it tasted bad.
it wasnt what i wanted.
it was just not right.

finally my stomach pains became too much and i drank a little bit of it.
guys it tasted so bad but i drank it and it soothed my belly.
i didnt refuse after that.

i remember the truck ride home was at night with my father driving.
i saw the lights of the dash lighting his face and he was wearing a hat and concentrating on the road.
it was only him and i.

he was amazed i remembered it when i asked him if it was him who drove me home
so he told me the story:
i was born a month early and so i had to stay.
the very last time my father came to visit me, he said he found TEN cloth diapers on me, he unwrapped me himself.
they had been putting a clean diapers over the other soiled ones.
they had my bed directly under a window so the sun shone on me, and something about being allergic to the sun.(?)
the nurses did not want him to take me but he was extremely angry, yelled and took me home anyway, saying she is gonna die here and if she is gonna die its gonna be at home!
he said two nurses were fired over my treatment.

then came the meetings with my siblings who i loved instantly as they were small people, not big ones.
i remember seeing my grandmother for the first time as she looked down at me laying in the crib.
she said something to my mother and walked away.
i remember thinking i cant wait until i learn what they are saying.

ive never even entertained the thought of abortion.
ive had five of my own, naturally.
they are my favorite people in the entire world.
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im happy i remember because it helped me during my own childrens births.
the first child was the hardest/
i smelled death coming at me from the left.
it has a SMELL!
i pushed even harder to get her out.
pushed so hard i broke all the capillaries at the skin surface on my face and neck and shoulders.
looked like someone took a red marker and put dots everywhere.
i refused to let death take her.

idk who she may have been before but she out of all five is what i call an OLD SOUL
05-13-2017, 04:33 PM #52
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Fascinating story. All I know about my birth is that it was an extremely easy one. My mom said it was quick and painless, she was very calm, almost serene the whole time, and the hospital staff had never seen anything like it.
05-13-2017, 05:47 PM #53
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(05-13-2017, 04:33 PM)Octo Wrote:  Fascinating story. All I know about my birth is that it was an extremely easy one. My mom said it was quick and painless, she was very calm, almost serene the whole time, and the hospital staff had never seen anything like it.

that is really good to hear! hug.gif

yes i can say that it does get easier for sure, after the first one anyway!
the very last one came out before anyone came to check on me.
it was about an hour from first to last.
my husband caught her before she fell to the floor.

he named her Sevyn because it made seven of us as a family.
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wouldnt you know it, the child hates her name.



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