Some writers have felt since young that they have had lives before as Rowena explains, “I have, since I was a tiny girl, somehow believed that I have been on this Earth before and that I will return again. I did not know the word ‘reincarnation’, but when I did hear it and was told what it meant it made perfect sense to me. I realise that this is not a concept that is accepted by many in the Western world, mainly because the Christian Churches did not want this concept promulgated amongst the faithful. With reincarnation comes self responsibility and the knowledge that our lives are in our own hands and not in the hands of others, namely the church.”
Another writer, Anne Hart, shares, “It has become very clear to me that there is far more to life than what the five senses reveal our bodies are amazing instruments that enhouse the essence of us. There is no doubt in my being that the essence lives on, that I am that essence, enhoused by this body in this lifetime, until it wears out, and the essence (pure energy) is released.”
The concept of reincarnation brings with it a sense of continuity and purpose to our lives. Susan writes “Life is an ongoing cycle of experiences and expansion as we evolve to a higher point where there is a sense of unity and oneness in the world. We expand, and as we do, our lives continue to evolve as we connect with infinity and everything that God is. As Serge Benhayon says, there ‘is no such thing as a plateau’, and this is what I am sensing in my life at the moment – and it is awesome.”
Lynda shares similar feelings, ”I now have a much deeper and loving understanding about life, death and re-incarnation in these years of great wisdom. So why wouldn’t I enjoy life in this awesome elder energy."
The concept of reincarnation also brings with it a sense of responsibility as Rowena further explains, “I feel that knowing I will be coming back to this Earth I have a responsibility to be sure that I leave it with love and a sense of loving for all mankind, for we are all on the same journey together. This in turn stops me from feeling old because this is an endless journey we are on, so what does Earthly age mean? It means simply that those who have lived longer than others should have attained a little more wisdom along the way, but that they are not really different from the child for we have all been here many, many times. It is the living soul that returns again and again, hopefully to inspire others to change their lives to be more loving and more fun, so that eventually the earth will become a place of love for all.”
And a final word from Lyndy, “We all know that things bloom, wither, and die. This is the blueprint of a physical life cycle. But what if there was a deeper pulsing cycle that is ever unfolding, ever ripening, ever expanding – one that never withers, one in which ‘ripeness is all’? I feel there is. Yes, my body will die, but my essence will continue to live and expand, and unfold into ever more glory. This is my choice. This is the way I want to go.”
Compiled by Anne McR., Australia