Reincarnation, Repetition, Resurrection
I can’t believe that Jesus believed in a Resurrection where rotted corpses with disintegrating bones turning to dust would somehow jump out of their graves, Reanimated. This smells of ignorant, medieval fears and superstitious explanations (or entertaining imaginings) added into the body of misunderstood Teachings of Jesus.
I do believe that Jesus believed in Reincarnation (Rebirth) with all references to it edited out or misinterpreted by Church Councils long ago. I think he also well understood Time to be our Collective Illusion so as to create a sense of Linear Time. He understood the Cyclical Nature of Life, so would have also understood the Simultaneous Ever Present Here and Now as well. In that, he would have known that Souls can be at Peace in Heaven and also relive any part or whole of any of their lives, even making different choices in those diverse lifeforms.
With Reincarnation and Repetition as Resurrection, the Dead live again.
Also, if we truly understood Reincarnation, the Recycling of Life, we would experience a different World. We would see the Process of Life more clearly..
Understanding Reincarnation, many Prejudices ‘for or against’ our own or others’ Physical Lifeforms would be Spiritually and Mentally Illogical. Just as Prejudices ‘for or against’ our own or others’ Physical Bodies and Minds- Characteristics and Abilities, Race and Species, Gender, Age, Intelligence, etc. would seem both Spiritually and Mentally Unreasonable, Foolish and even sometimes Irrational- so, too, would Prejudices ‘for or against’ Family Status, Social Status, Choice of Religious or Political Beliefs and Affiliations or None, etc.
Understanding Reincarnation, we might see ourselves as Soul-Actors putting on various ‘Costumes’ of Physicality here in Life’s Complex of Theatres to play our Soul-Chosen Free Will Roles of Spiritual Evolution. Understanding both Reincarnation and Repetition as Resurrection, we can see the Grace of God in action. We can also Stay Home (Heaven) and ‘watch the plays’ so to speak.
March 28, 2022
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