thus, the question have you “asked your feet about your past live?” Though I suspect, the past life enjoyed by your feet, may only be a tiny fragment of the life experience of that previous singular event,
‘When to the new eyes of thee
All things by immortal power,
Near or far,
To each other linkèd are,
That thou canst not stir a flower
Without troubling of a star;
SolStone wrote:What a discussion!
A question I have (for all posters responding), when we say 'soul fragment' are we defining a soul in which the fragments are past lives?
Are we defining 'fragments' as other individuals in this manifested world that are rejected parts of our self living a life along the course of the qualities fragmented out of us (in all incarnated lives)?
I'm curious to the extent of the fragments and the nature their manifestations take.
I mean fragments as other individuals that are disintegrated parts of our self, on the level where there is physical individuality and/or DIS. |The different voices inside your head all having their own 'free will' ;)
seriouscitizen - I concur. The other day I was speaking with my mate and she raised a wonderful question: what happens should we begin to accept and love the parts of us we previously denied and rejected and hated? Do they die and the essence is assimilated in the incarnated soul which is conducting internal work? Or do they live out the rest of their lives and in death re-integrate the denied fragments that were accepted and loved?
The first sounds kind of like…”there can be only one!” And the second thought more stagnant and unfair to the fragment, as if they/we/I are not learning anything. A smile for your thoughts?
Dr. Newton mentioned dividing one’s soul power and incarnating in several forms in the same life – this would seem to reinforce this thought we’re examining. Thank you for helping me work though my own thoughts.
= Since Dawn Of Time The Fate Of Man Is That Of Lice =
" You are saying that we don't all have souls?
I am saying that you are not all discreet radiant beings, but all participate to some degree or other in conscious energy. to remain a separate being after death, there must exist the ability to maintain the structure of the radiant body by the actions of attention, This is why we have been so insistent that you meditate. Otherwise, we lose you when you die and we don't want that. If a being can not self-maintain after the elemental body no longer does it automatically, it is absorbed into the flux of conscious energy. You go into the light, as it were
Isn't this going to heaven?
there is an element of ecstasy, but it is not complete. when another elemental forms that fits the pattern of that particular fragment, it will return to the physical in search of more sensation. Or, if one never, does its unfilled desires will remain forever as a part of the tapestry of memory.
Would the person perceive this? Feel happy? Feel trapped?
These memories are somewhat self-aware. but they do not know themselves as beings. Just as your memory of your childhood games with Mike do not have a being of their own, bur rather are part of a greater whole.
How does a person evolve this radiant body?
The imprinting of the essence with experience requires effort and attention. It is the object of all 'paths' and 'ways' to higher consciousness. it is the object of real prayer. To begin, you must meditate, Who does not meditate, disintegrates.
Any specific recommendations?
Paying attention to physical sensation is paying attention to energetic sensation. Being awake to one self and one's surroundings increases the intensity of the impressions so that they effect the spin of the electrons that are present in the nervous system. in this context, being awake means being aware of one's self while at the same time absorbing impressions from the outside. The increase in spin and enrichment of the complexity of the pattern of being that results brings more and more form to the radiant body. you will remember yourself after your death- who and what you were, why you existed, and what you intend for your future. You will, in short, acquire a true aim, and join the companions of god in their journey toward ecstatic and conscious union with one another and all that is. it is the difference between being a plant and being Rembrandt. the plant has a certain fragment of self-awareness, but Rembrandt is vastly complex, a being rich with fully realized talents and self-awareness that makes him a worthy companion the higher form."
Also Dan Winter has done a lot of research on the topic.
Ishtar77 wrote:ok, so we are fractured and imperfect because we carry many different experiences within this vessel and our foot may carry a different incarnation then out hand?
Ok what if daydreams are past life memories?
I used the example of a foot and a hand and the sensations they experience because I see it often around me and with myself that we forget that our body experiences this reality with us. And also carries memories. I think that blockage in certain area's (chakras) are examples of how we also 'block' the full sensation of our life with the corresponding elements of that area. Like our feet helping us stay grounded in reality and our hands helping us flow our energetic current to create and heal. Any experience not dealt with, corresponding to those elements of our self, can be stored up in that area and obstruct integration of all of our potential.
To me this is still an ongoing revelation and i appreciate all of your input and questions
WillEase666 wrote:Seriouscitizen wrote:Our body is the vessel of our soul.
I beg to differ.
The soul is another name for our body, which is a vessel of our human spirit.
|But what does that tell us about skinny people?
And Will i know you got a lotta soul :
Lol. Ok, agree to disagree
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