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Chivs86 Philosophy - Reincarnation

Updated on April 15, 2012

My Beliefs on Resurrection,
Reincarnation and the Afterlife
By Chivs86

What happen's to us after we die?

Is resurrection real?

Are these people who take regression hypnosis telling the truth!!

If it is, is it only some of us that are reborn as humans?

My mother jokes that my father is now a magpie. Mainly because everytime she looks out the window she sees one. Could this be him keeping on eye on her?

She has also began to joke recently that my Grandmother and Great Aunt (her Mother & Aunt) have come back as Robin's. The joke being because everytime she sees one there's usually another one close by. Add to that the freindly Robin who always used to fly on my Grandmothers shoulder, one of her many wild friends may I add. Coincedence?

I also wonder about a reoccuring dream I had when I was younger about a family of Chimpanzee's. Was it something I see on TV, maybe the PG Tipps tea chimps or was this me in a previous life time with my old family of primate's??? People i think would say, "it certainally would explain a lot'.

It's all quite laughable I laugh myself like the claims by the father of my niece and nephew. Now his story is that he was killed in the American conflict with Vietnam in the 1970's in a former life. His proof, he claims is a scar on each side of his arm - an entry and exit wound. Can you believe that?

And no one knows what happens to us after we die... or do they? Some claim to have seen the light at the end of the tunnel and reunited with their loved ones. That could be true I think, but I suppose still you could call it wishful thinking. Or what about Heaven or Hell, anyone? is anybody a christian? that would mean we don't resurrect or reincarnate, right! - but for someone with Christian beliefs - is it not plausible to think Jesus of Nazereth resurrected?

I think personally that we have souls inside us like a lot of people I guess. I Imagine a body without a soul completely intact, but unanimated. Anway our souls I believe are created from a life force and after we die, we again become a part of this life force, and, from a part of this lifeforce another lifeform is born, but hey that's just what I think.

Carrying on, I know people say they see ghost's, I believe in ghosts, but that is I would say different, the fabric of time. A sheet of paper we're constantly scribbiling over. Poultergeists I think are made up of rebel energy refusing to join the lifeforce. !Messages from beyond the grave, we send those just before we actually die it's called temporal projection. similar to OBE's.
Crazy!!

Back to reincarnation though, if we could - it's nice to think maybe we could be a Fish in the deep blue sea or a worker Ant with plenty to do, or a tricky Fox, slyer than sly. The great Blue Whale, the biggest thing in the world or a Golden Eagle, soaring through the skies. A monkey or ape swinging from branch to branch from the highest trees, pumping with adrenaline, because if you don't catch the next branch - you will plummet to your death. There are lots others aswell, some quite bad one's too - A snail, slower than slow. The North American Skunk - keeping everyone and everything away with your terrible smell. A cow, a pig, a sheep or a chicken living to die in the same boring field of play only to one day be brutally murdered. Could this be are heaven and hell on earth?

As humans we should maybe consider this. Life is precious, but with death it might be, but it might not be!

Conclusion

This is my first hub on my beliefs & philosophy. I wrote this hub as a little bit of a change of scenery from my usual poetry and I wanted to also break into writing articles. A bit more radical from my usual pieces and I feel I've really let myself go on this one. Can't help feeling a bit like the former news anchor David Icke, and I'm guessing your probablly thinking i'm a bit crazy too for ranting on. I hope though that you might also see the humerous side, after all this is more of an experimental piece than anything. But there is a serious side too so let me know what you think.

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      Ajit Kumar Jha 5 years ago from Delhi

      Reincarnation is highly evidenced today especially in the works of Ian Stevenson. But that does not prove much to me because it could just be the transmigration of a bit of memory in the form of energy. As it is, I believe everything in the universe including the perceptible matter is a form of energy that manifests at different frequencies of vibrations. The consciousness is probably the form of energy at the highest level of vibration. So eventually, there is nothing like death but only constant energy transformation going on endlessly ad inifinitum.

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      chivs86 5 years ago from Baldock/ Letchworth, Hertfordshire. UK

      Thank you carol, I will definately have a look at those. And as for your world being turned upside down, mine has also writing about something so unbelievable. I'm glad i'm not alone in such thinking.

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      chivs86 5 years ago from Baldock/ Letchworth, Hertfordshire. UK

      Thank you seeker7. I tell a lie a little bit this isn't my first article. I've done few marketplace, but as for freely writing an article with no care for consequence, this is my first. I felt it comment. was quite powerful, personal and a good step up. thank you for your

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      Carol Hubbard 5 years ago

      Five years ago, I was challenged to research reincarnation. With an MA from an evangelical seminary, I was dubious, but I dived in. What I found turned my world upside down. Two websites I recommend are ReincarnationTruth.com and ReincarnationExperiment.org

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      Helen Murphy Howell 5 years ago from Fife, Scotland

      Well for your first journey into article writing you've done a pretty good job! Personally, I don't think you're crazy at all and in fact many of your thoughts and questions are the same as many other people - both here on Hub Pages and out in the wider world!

      A very interesting and enjoyable hub! Voted up and well done!