• Oh, I know it’s real. I was born with distinct, vivid memories of my last life.

    Religiously speaking, that old standby “it is appointed that man dies once and then face judgment” that the uninformed drag out on every mention of reincarnation is a bit silly. Reincarnationists do not believe “the man” returns after death. We know that it is the spiritual energy of man that returns to inhabit a new “man” (new body). Jews knew that; Jesus knew that, too, and taught it. You have to wonder what do the critics think survives death to “face judgment”? Well, the spirit of the man, of course. And it is the spirit that reincarnates, not “the man.” This judgment is Judaism’s Gehenna, the original biblical concept of after-death residence of souls, where the soul of the individual faces and contemplates his past life, the mistakes he made, the good things he did, the things he achieved and did not achieve. It is a place of judgment and introspection, which is completed before the individual moves on.

    “Be ye therefore perfect even as your father in heaven is perfect,” Jesus instructed his followers. He didn’t say ‘hey, do your best,’ or ‘if you just believe I existed that’s enough…’ He said BE AS PERFECT AS GOD IS. Translate it perfect or complete, it means the same thing: no room for improvement. Jesus indicated, according to the bible, that godlike perfection is within the reach of every human. And he reminded us, YE ARE GODS. Anyone with a brain should be capable of understanding that perfection and godliness cannot be attained in a single lifetime.

  • how can u come back to life?!! the only time u can is on resurection day!if u did reincarnate u would be a zombie..watch OM SHANTI OM..i like the story but its a dumb thing to believe seriousley reincarnation?wooowwwww

  • Sounds like hell to me. Think about it…you live your life and when you die, the choices you made in that life determine your circumstances in the next life. Then you start over without even having the benefit of what you learned in the first life. During any one of those lifetimes, you, or someone around you, could make a choice that causes you to come back the next time as a lower life form or, at the very least, as a human in a very difficult situation that virtually guarantees you have no opportunity for “enlightenment” in the next life. Heck, with the number of abortions in the world, you could come back a few dozen times only to be aborted before you’re even born…and what would happen to you in the next round if you committed suicide (or worse) in this lifetime?

    I suppose it is possible that God gives each of us exactly what we ask…some ask for eternity in paradise, some ask for another chance on earth, and some ask for nothing…to me, asking for another chance at life in this imperfect world is the least attractive option, especially if you don’t get to determine the circumstances of your birth (but even if you do, I think “the grass is always greener” phenomenon would guarantee a whole bunch of miserable lifetimes before you figured out what you really needed to be happy).

  • i think there are things that have no logical explanation . sometimes i feel as if my son may be the baby that i miscarried years back.

  • Depressing, hopeless belief system. Having to come back and do it again to fix a mistake in a past life and not getting any memory of what it is you’re supposed to fix. Okay, and let’s take a look at the nations where this belief system is predominant–is there equality for everyone? Or are cattle running in the streets while children starve?

  • The Bible says this:

    “And as it is appointed for men to die once, but after this the judgment, ”

    Hebrews 11:26

    You die, once; and after that, comes an eternal judgment, which will forever settle your eternal destiny – either heaven or hell.

  • God doesn’t think it’s possible…

    Hebrews 9:27-28
    “And as it is appointed for men to die once , but after this the judgment, so Christ was offered once to bear the sins of many.” NKJV

    I’m going with God on this one. 🙂


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