Reincarnation, what are your thoughts about that?

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Do you believe in reincarnation? Do you believe you use to be someone else? A past life you don’t remember? Do you think this cycle repeats itself? Once you die, and after some time after your passing, are you brought back to life as something or someone else? What happens to pets and animals such as dogs and cats? Same deal or what? What do you think?

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Senior Imprisoned Correspondent

I have a hopeful belief in reincarnation, though I know logically it can’t work.

franhu

No such thing as reincarnation ( it is just another of Satan’s lies to bolster his first lie )
What I am about to say comes directly from the King James Bible as I believe God and His Bible totally.
When everyone Is born God supplied the ‘breath of life’ and he becomes a living soul.
Genesis 2:7 And the LORD God . . . breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul.
Note: man is a soul, man does not posses a soul
At death, when a man’s breath goes forth, he dies – his being, his “soul” perishes. only a living man is a living soul.! Dead is dead. There is no “soul” that goes out of the body to live elsewhere! No “soul” goes immediately to heaven or hell. Dead is dead!
“for dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return. ” Genesis 3:19
“And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment:” Hebrews 9:27
“And shall come forth; they that have done good, unto the resurrection of life; and they that have done evil, unto the resurrection of damnation.” John 5:29
The next event that everyone will experience will be the resurrection, as John says above, to face the results of his judgment.
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NJ

No, I do not believe in reincarnation, why, because it doesn’t exist.

Safyre

My belief is that this “life” is just a dream; and that when I “die” I will wake up to my true self.
Therefore, I believe that this incarnation is just one in a long line of incarnations. And as long as I’m having fun, I will keep incarnating.

marilyn m

franhu is correct. no such thing as reincarnation.

milly_1963

Karma means that “as you sow, so also shall you reap” in this and other lifetimes until you understand the complete consequences of all your actions. Karma is the principle of cause and effect, action and reaction, total cosmic justice and personal responsibility.
This is what I believe : )
And yes I have done past life regression through Meditation to see how my past lives could explain my life today and how it could help me
Love & Blessings
Milly

Watev

I’d say it’s a pretty interesting belief. However, there are clearly more people today than there were before, so the “recycling” of someone’s soul or spirit (don’t know the difference) wouldn’t really make sense. Unless, of course, an animal’s spirit reincarnates into a human’s body and vice versa.
It’s up to individual interpretation how reincarnation works (or doesn’t work). I think that if we do reincarnate into another life, our memories from our past lives get completely erased so we can restart life anew.

geni

You have a lot of questions all at one time! As a practicing Buddhist reincarnation is at the basis of my beliefs. No, you do not become ‘someone else.’ This would be self defeating. It is our deep inner mind that is reincarnated many times until we reach enlightenment and buddha-hood. It is the same for animals.
Yes, the cycle will continue. It is called ‘samsara,’ until we reach buddha-hood and Nirvana.

Ray G

I used to not believe in it, because I was taught the typical party line from the ground up from my Baptist church. However, after much Bible study I have started to wonder. There are two passages which do not outright say that it happens, but they have glaring omissions which leave room for it. In John 9, Peter asks Christ if a man they saw, who was blind FROM BIRTH, was so because he was being punished for some sin. Here, I would have expected Christ to say something like, “How could he have sinned before birth?”, but He didn’t. Everybody seemed to treat it as a normal, logical question. The second part was in Matt. 16, where Christ asked His disciples, “Who do men say that I am?” They immediately started listing off a bunch of dead people, and again, Christ did not correct them on it. Shouldn’t He have said something like, “What are you people talking about? We’re Jews, we don’t do that sort of stuff!” Later, I found, through my study of Kabbalah, that the Jews do believe in that, to some extent, in their mystical traditions, at least. You can read about it in the book listed in my sources. Since this is a part of the rich Christian heritage, I feel compelled to give it more serious thought.

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