The Buddhist concept of reincarnation, while both mysterious and enchanting, is hard for most westerners to grasp. Unmistaken Child follows the 4-year search for the reincarnation of Lama Konchog, a world-renowned Tibetan master who passed away in 2001 at age 84. The Dalai Lama charges the deceased monk’s devoted disciple, Tenzin Zopa (who had been in his service since the age of seven), to search for his master’s reincarnation
I go to Catholic Social Services, and they have chakra opening music playing, and my counselor suggested that I try chakra meditation, and we talked for a few minutes on how to use energy to attract things into your life. She seemed to know as much if not more about the stuff than I did. The other catholic person I met a while back who is still my friend does aura readings, and talks about reincarnation, and our original pagan gods. I had no clue that Catholics were into stuff like this. Also on the radio a while back there was a catholic...
Why did the romans took the doctrine of reincarnation out from the bible? Why did they think it was an excuse? What kind of particular place do they teach that? I know some still have the doctrines today so please specify that place. Anyone who believes in this subject, please give an open answer. Thanks
please do not answer if you are a christian who oppose reincarnation.some people said that reincarnation was in the bible.however,my christian friend said that some archeologist compare the early christian bible and the bible in this time.they are almost same.
Thank you. e.g… Matt. 17:12, 13: “[Jesus said:] ‘Elijah has already come and they did not recognize him but did with him the things they wanted. In this way also the Son of man is destined to suffer at their hands.’ Then the disciples perceived that he spoke to them about John the Baptist.” Did this mean that John the Baptist was a reincarnated Elijah? When Jewish priests asked John, “Are you Elijah?” he said, “I am not.” (John 1:21) What, then, did Jesus mean? As Jehovah’s angel foretold, John went before Jehovah’s Messiah “with...
I’m writing a research paper for a class. I’m looking into reincarnation and I wanted to see both sides of the topic. I know there are definitely believers out there as well as non-believers. I want to see different opinions on the topic so please help me out. I want you honest opinion. Thankss!
Is it fair that one person is born into a country that is undergoing famine, while another is born into a prosperous family, and another is born into a working class family? How do you reconcile the ideas that there is only one life and we only get to live one life when there are others who suffer more than we do. Would that be a fair and just God?