What is your take on reincarnation?
Reincarnation has forever been a touchy subject among the religions of our world. Bu tI know all the answers the major religions give, I am looking for personal takes on what reincarnation could be and/or could mean.
Outside of space and time is weird. Eternity is like something so long and so short that we're actually already there as we live our lives in space and time. Almost everybody reincarnates as something. I believe we choose our next cycle based on what we learnt in this one (a form of karma).
Those that reach Mok Sha, or a state of peace outside of space and time, join God at the singularity without reincarnating as anything living (which one might consider Heaven).
To put it another way, we're fated to choose and choose to be fated. Forever lasts as long as we want it to. We exist ubiquitously.
I find it interesting as a possibility to say the least. Honestly my background on it is very little but what from what I have read is that we if we do reincarnate most of us are unaware that we were reborn. If this was the fact then I don't really understand the reason behind it. If I was going to be reborn I would want to know the mistakes I made in my previous life and keep myself from doing the same ones in future.
As I am a Christian, I don't really in much believe of reincarnation. However, some nights I have dreams about being a soldier in my past life.
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