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Is boy the reincarnation of his grandfather ?

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How does reincarnation explain a steady increase in population?

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From comments like this I have come to realize how many people actually come to these forums and voice their "opinions" who in fact never really thought it over, or obviously ANYTHING over, exploring possibilities, looking for alternate explanations, etc. That requires critical thinking rather than a quick superficial look at something which triggers a knee-jerk reaction from your mind that had been conditioned and is full of pre-conceived ideas hardly leaving room for anything that doesn't fit your current paradigm and "understanding". Sorry but the truch is, you don't have understanding.

I don't like that sort of introduction: it tells me the author is prejudiced. How do you know these opinions are so misinformed except that you disagree with them?

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How does reincarnation explain a steady increase in population?

That's not a problem, but I appreciate your mentioning it because so many have the same thought. As the population increases opportunity arises for minds up to now confined to the animal world or to one of the lesser hells to be reborn human.

Also, as we don't know where minds come from, there is nothing saying their numbers are fixed: the tradition is that the number "available" is uncountable.

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Is that the same thought as explained in Eastern practices such as Hinduism/Buddhism? I've always wondered that when thinking about this subject.

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its possible yes now some remember and others don;t but the truth is we all have been reincarnating over and over.we reincarnate for various reasons just because we reincarnated in this lifetime on earth does not mean we have always here.reincarnation also is more than just being reborn it goes far further than that.we are reborn till we learn our lessons and do things right and were also trapped in some kind of net but some evil and manipulative entities as well.i know it sounds out there but its true though.so its goes far beyond reincarnation alone.but we can remember our past life's though.i use these binaural beats,isochronic tones to help me remember and unlock memories and etc.be very careful and selective though which ones you use.in my discover i learned i was born as a high quality Banana organic too lol jk i am just having fun but wha

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The Buddhist view of rebirth/reincarnation is that it is not such a good thing. Since we don't really remember anything from previous lives and the new baby is in fact a new person, the idea that we "learn" or progress spiritually or any other way is incorrect. Sometimes we progress, sometimes we regress, in a seeming infinite random walk. That is just the nature of the thing, and we can fantasize about it all we like, that doesn't change it.

Enlightenment is a way the Buddha identified to escape this trap -- achieving enough good karma through compassion and enough understanding through meditation and study to be able to manage the rebirth when we die and enter Nirvana ("bliss"). Who knows? I'm skeptical but don't reject the idea.

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Reincarnation works in number of ways. Perhaps a boy has to reincarnate into a specific family to learn lessons, evolve or complete a goal and that family has the best option for his goals.

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Funny to think what the world would be like today, had the church not removed all references from the Bible regarding reincarnation. With Christianity being the dominant faith there wouldn't be many cultures disputing it. Some channeled wisdom I found a long time ago say:

N: In relationship to Amy’s question. There was a consideration for a thought about the harvest in that before the fifth ecumenical council in Nicaea, called Nicaean, Constantinople, in, I think it was 553 AD, there was much talk about reincarnation and even in Christ’s teaching—at the Fifth Ecumenical Council it was deleted from the bible. Has this affected the harvest and how great has been the effect on those who would have considered reincarnation in the Western world?

I am L/Leema, and am aware of your query, my brother. We find that the concept of reincarnation is a concept which allows an entity to view with a greater scope the forces which form one’s present experience. Yet, when this concept is absent within an entity’s thinking, those forces yet remain in motion and the opportunities that these forces provide an entity are yet viable. Thus, as a concept in itself, it is of small value in the actual process of evolution. Those entities who were of the authority or upper echelon levels of the church at that time felt that entities would work more diligently within a lifetime if it were not known that future lifetimes were available to complete work left undone in the present lifetime. Though this is a choice which is a basic infringement upon the free will of others, it has had some effect in the causing of entities to work with that desired diligence.

and another:

Carla: Q’uo, just in one other way. H was asking earlier about reincarnation and Christianity, and because I’ve fielded the question so often, I went ahead and spoke up. Do you wish to comment on this subject? I would greatly dislike misleading anyone in any way, and welcome any comment.

I am Q’uo, and we find that you have given somewhat of a synopsis of the topic that you have called reincarnation and its traces left within the holy work that you call the Bible. Within this work, there is but little remaining concerning the reincarnational aspect of third-density experience, for as you have correctly stated, there was a decision made in early days of the Christian faith, as it is called, that the work of the one known as Jesus the Christ was of such importance, and the time during which it might be implemented was of such short duration, that it would be, it was felt, most helpful to those who embraced this faith to be guided to the degree that their sight pushed no further than one earthly incarnation in order that the focus of attention would remain within the boundaries of birth and death in one incarnation. In this way, the elders of the Christian faith hoped that the efforts of the incarnation would be increased to the degree that a greater harvesting of souls would be possible.

There was much discussion and dissension at this time upon this topic, for it was felt by many that such deception was great disservice to the one known as Jesus the Christ, for this entity was one whose incarnation was based upon the light of truth and the power of love. Yet those elements within this governing body who wished to see this faith in the one known as Jesus continue in a fashion as pure and potent as possible held sway and were able to carry the votes necessary to delete those passages and portions of the Bible which referred in a direct fashion to the concept of reincarnation.

I found further interesting info in this blog: http://sebati.blog.com/2011/03/10/reincarnation-the-supressed-knowledge/

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How does reincarnation explain a steady increase in population?

That's explained by people who say if someone is a new soul or an old soul. It's all very interesting. I had a memory. "I was in a khaki uniform with others about to parade my unit and going off to war. The road was cobblestones and I was standing next to my horse holding its bridle." The memory is like a video loop lasting about one second. I can't tell you what war or what country but I feel it was WW1 and I was in a British cavalry regiment. (cobblestones aren't used in Australia where I'm from). It's the image of my arm out looking at my horse and the feeling we are about to parade. I don't know if it's real but it feels like a very real memory and is the only one I have.

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How does reincarnation explain a steady increase in population?

Very simple. There are way more souls than bodies. And as we are approaching the harvest, this is the last chance, at least on this particular planet. Which is why we need as many bodies as possible, but there is still way more souls, so who decides who get to incarnate? It's called seniority by vibration. Those souls that have advanced very far and need just a little tiny bit more, a little push to graduate into 4th D, just one more lesson, etc., get to have a physical vehicle at this time. If you missed the chance you'll just have to find another planet that is 3D. Earth is already 4D but we are 3D consciousnesses hence high tectonic tensions, earthquakes, weather phenomena like never in the past. Long story but who cares about the details. Your question has been answered. By the way 32% of stars have planets, another 6% has clustering material. 10% of the planets inhabited. 27% of these are 3D like us. 5% with entities similar enough to us that they would pass unnoticed among us. That's still about 200 million solar systems with human-like populations, just in our galaxy. But what does it matter, what if these figures were different? You still go to school/work tomorrow. But I love numbers and statistics!

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