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Didn't Mean Re-incarnation

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Posted by Alan on March 30, 2002 07:05:30 UTC

Thank you; but I did not mean "re-incarnation".

I do not believe in re-incarnation.
I referred to what we call "life" as relatively dead, because I know of a more-alive state; where one's body is simultaneous with one's spirit. The "state change" at infancy involves a change in one's spirit-body co-ordination, one's spirit seemingly ending out collapsed to occupying an area say roughly behind the eyes.

The "previous life" your daughter would have been aware of is the higher-dimensional state she would have been in while in the womb and for a short time after birth.

Around birth, there is apparently a collapse of the higher dimension by infants, upon finding "no one can see them", adults don't seem to be doing natural telepathy, the world seems to have gone wrong.

It takes time to adjust to a human race operating in the way it does.

I am puzzled by Swedengorg's "heaven"- doesn't seem like heaven to me! As far as I know, you can find heaven inside you.

Regards,

dolphin

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