Tuesday, April 16, 2013

The Reincarnation fallacy.

Reincarnation is a seemingly prevalent conception in the occult and spiritual terrains, but I think it's ultimately erroneous, to  say least. When people have past memories of distant lives it is not them in those lives, it is their predecessors. Their predecessors memories are embedded in their genes & D.N.A and they somehow unconsciously activate these strangely lucid memories of their distant lives.

It has now been scientifically proven that we carry the memories and wounds of our ancestors in our unfathomably enigmatic genes .  As matter of fact I follow the theory that all our actions of our predecessors are intricately stored in the unconscious & what is called "Junk D.N.A". Perhaps their primordial wisdom is also accessible to us as well, all the enigmatic wisdom long forgotten in the world is dormant in our genes, deep down those uncharted ancestral memories. Something to think about!!

But folks, please. I'm not trying to downplay the fascinating mysteries of the what comes after death. On the contrary I'm offering the unspoken alternative. Time in this reality is  simultaneous and therefore not linear, so the reincarnation concept must be flawed.
We are an extension of our family lineage, in this reality. Our genes makes who we are, but not fully. That unique spark of divinity in us is mysteriously unfathomable to us, a gift  from the unknown. And that unknown must be the infinite eternity where we came from and go back to after this temporary life.

As William Blake Said
"This world of imagination is the world of Eternity; it is the divine bosom into which we shall go after the death of the vegetated body. This World is infinite and eternal, whereas the world of generation, or vegetation, is finite and temporal. There exist in that eternal World the permanent realities of Every Thing we see in this reflected in this vegetable glass of Nature. All Things are comprehended  in their eternal forms in the divine body of the savior, The True Vine Of Eternity, The Human Imagination."

It's necessary to be intuitive and intelligently speculative when it come to matters such as this. Speculation and intuition are essential keys to help us understand this mysteriously complex universe in which we inhabit. Anyway, in the movie "What dreams may come" The main character dies and finds himself inside his dreams, wandering aimlessly in the world of imagination. This movie perhaps captures a gnostic understanding where we may go when our physical incarnation ceases here. We might plunge into the world of imagination, where life and dreams intertwine with each other into the same manifested reality.

The physical and spiritual are inseparable, they might reflect off of each other and what we put inside of our heads! go ahead and ponder it!

1 comment:

  1. You resonate gnostic thought. Shineforth! Dennis