Tell me:
When will we as humanity realize that life is never done.  That death is not a reality and that what we don’t accomplish in one incarnation may be finished in our next life?

 

I see so many stressing because we are all worried about finding success whether it consist of love, financial gain, or joy. If we simply let go of that stress and understand that we have MANY MANY lifetimes to achieve what we are looking for, our lives would be far less anxious.   Think of life and transition as a ladder:
With each transition we go through and with each life we choose in transition hall, we move one rung up that ethereal ladder.

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There are no mistakes.
There are no wrong turns in this philosophy.

 

EVERYTHING becomes a lesson and we hopefully learn from that lesson so in our next incarnation, we remember on a soul level that lesson so we can move forward and not make the same mistake again.  If we don’t learn we will keep meeting the same challenge until we move beyond it.

 

 

 

I know!
I know!  I said there are no mistakes.  There aren’t, really.  Challenges?  Yes!  Lessons? Yes!

 

We have to move beyond thinking in negative terms.

 

If we can adopt the worldview that we return over and over and stop stressing over life; realize that we are ONE soul that echos through life, that is continually recycled, that we never get it wrong, that we have many lifetimes to improve, imagine how much better our lives would be.  Many have asked me how I seem to be in a lighter state now, that I seem to have metamorphosed.  This is one reason why.  I now understand that life is continually ricocheting, that I am one soul that has been recycled many many times.  I now understand that I have countless times to improve.

 

As I’ve said at Wisdom and Life previously, I in no way am using this philosophy as an excuse NOT to improve; I’m not saying to take anything for granted.  On the contrary, this worldview has only made me want to improve at a faster rate, this worldview has created in me a desire to watch for any challenges in this my latest incarnation and make the necessary adjustments, create the shift in my attitude NOW so if I MUST return again I will not come upon the same pothole again.  

 

A ladder is an apt description to use when seeing life as a continual cycle of life, transition and return.  Who is ready to join me and consider reincarnation as a philosophy?

 

It would certainly help us see that there truly are ONLY challenges and lessons to meet as we all climb the ladder to perfection, to become more Godlike.  This piece of the puzzle to my ENTIRE worldview is one of the reasons I have become the person I am today:
–Someone with a lighter heart.
–Someone who no longer holds grudges.
–Someone who understands that I have many lifetimes to get it right.

 

Tell me:
Who is with me?

 

Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!
Blessings to you.

Chris

 

Once you realize that life is eternal,
That our souls our eternal,
That we return to light and physical over and over;

 

We then lose all our distress
We then lose all our fear of dying.  For there truly is no end.

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