reincarnation

A Quote by Kuan Yin on indigenous tribes, reincarnation, environment, divinity of humanity, good and evil, and ego

"Human mistakes and inaccuracies are no less important than divinity. The human condition creates divinity in the higher self. Thus, it is very important to be human and not to shun or hate our humanity. The incredible process of being human allows for the higher self to acknowledge and extract divinity from one's trials and tribulations..The truth is one must be fully human for the divine part of self to be more in tune. Rejecting the human body assures one will have to come back, return to the lessons here on earth. It means ‘you didn't get it'," counsels Kuan Yin. "The indigenous tribes are the most powerful as many of them are so in harmony with nature as to be really, really divinely human. They're so in touch with their humanity that they're totally in tune with their Diva nature. They know that human/nature harmony is the crux of spirituality. Of course there is always the criticism: that "better than" mindset. Humans say they're better than each other. And they say they're better than nature. But they're not. It's ludicrous to compare the intelligence of other living creatures to human intelligence. Plants have enormous intelligences and spirituality. However, the "better than" mindset greatly contributes to the ongoing environmental destruction. The earth is trying to teach humans that everything is spirit. Eventually, humans will learn. It's just another way to understand divinity. Spirit works through one's own humanity and the earth. Everything here (on earth) is for the divine evolution of all energies. "

"I'm reminded of how passionate Kuan Yin is about the importance of being human on this earth," continues trance channel, Lena Lees.

"It's the most important thing in your existence," ordinates Kuan Yin. "Your existence is eternal. This phase (of your soul) is so important because you learn so much in human form. This is where the individual's ‘spark' or existence can expand into bigger, more powerful energies, not entities. Entities are closed systems whereas energies are open systems," differentiates Kuan Yin. Some energies are not as potent. The only way to develop a potent energy is to spend an existence on the earth. There, one can develop a compassionate nature so that when passing onto other dimensions, one can be of help. When one leaves one's earth body one will need to fully understand compassion to be helpful, effective. When you leave the earth you have a lot more power. It won't be ego-based power. Rather it will be beyond ego, beyond "good" and "evil". In fact, "evil" is just a label as everything is intermixed. The pendulum just appears to swing back and forth."


"Humanity is misunderstood. It's a powerful place to be when it is fully experienced. However, it is often underestimated," explains Kuan Yin.

"Unless one fully experiences one's humanity, one will have to experience earth again and again. One will have to repeat the lessons offered here upon the earth. It is possible that one need not have to reincarnate. Many don't live up to their full potential because they're afraid of death. I want to emphasize here that only the body dies. People get too attached (to their physicality). But, they have to. One's consciousness must be fairly strong in order for the soul's desire to continue. The more we feel our humanity, the more help we can give and the more joy we can create.
 

"You can't change people. You can love them and give to them. If they can't receive, it's not a reason not to love them, unless impossible conditions have been set upon the relationship, unless it is a kind of conditional love. Do your best. However, don't fall into the trap of getting a reward for doing good deeds. Do a good deed because it is the right thing to do.

"It is important to accept that the human condition is temporary, fleeting. It's filled with pain and suffering, beauty, strange tastes, odors of death, everything that exists in the universe.

Problems are created when one is so obsessed with his/her own death, when one is too attached to their life. This attachment to a single incarnation causes the species to play out gruesome deaths. If you knew you were more than just this life, you would not plunder the land, each other.

"So many souls, energies have a certain perception of others. They believe they're separate from each other. Such perceptions can collect into an energy agreeing upon a specific direction the country will take. The lesson is acceptance of differences. Don't forget you are a part of everything and everything is a part of you."


"If every human being recognized the power of the love and forgiveness principle, all consciousness on earth would change instantly. Indeed, thoughts can change the course of history. Sometimes, all it takes is enough people knowing about a certain concept."

Kuan Yin

Source: The Living Word of Kuan Yin

Contributed by: Hope

A Quote by Lena Lees on kuan yin, humanity, earth, lessons, reincarnation, death, fear of death, only body dies, attachment to physicality, and joy

"Unless one fully experiences one's humanity, one will have to experience earth again and again. One will have to repeat the lessons offered here upon the earth. It is possible that one need not have to reincarnate. However, many don't live up to their full potential because they're afraid of death. I want to emphasize here that only the body dies. People get too attached to their physicality. However, they have to. One's consciousness of the physical must be fairly strong in order for the soul's desire to continue. The more we feel our humanity, the more help we can give and the more joy we can create."

Lena Lees

Source: The Living Word of Kuan Yin

Contributed by: Hope

A Quote by Lena Lees on kuan yin, reincarnation, life agreements, and identifying too strongly with a particular incarna

"The agreement, then, is to go on believing in that particular flavor. Here's where reincarnation and its opportunity for experiencing a vast array of perspectives, "agreements", enters in.  Another life offers another opportunity, a chance to "switch flavors" so to speak. Taking oneself too personally, however, can cause a soul to get caught up, stuck in redundancy: in a particular (and unfortunate) flavor. In such instances the individual is forgetting he has the ability to choose his flavors, his lives. Please avoid taking even life's positive accomplishments or identities too seriously, as well. People can get "hung up" in similar lifetimes, identifying too strongly with even an incarnation's positive achievements and personas. Clinging to any past identity (expansive or limiting), then, acts as a roadblock, preventing one from progressing to other flavors (beliefs and experiences)."

Lena Lees

Source: The Living Word of Kuan Yin

Contributed by: Hope

A Quote by Akhil Sharma on reincarnation and babies

"You know why little babies weep?"

"The little babies are missing their families from their past lives.  The babies have old souls and the old souls have to shrink to become little babies.  The tears loosen their memories so they can slide away.  They cry at the life they have lost, and then they cry at everything they'll forget."

Akhil Sharma

Source: An Obedient Father, Pages: 187..188

Contributed by: FemmeFish

A Quote by Sri Chinmoy on evolution, sacrifice, and reincarnation

When I was an animal I evolved through selfishness.
Now that I am a man my evolution can be achieved only through self-sacrifice.

Sri Chinmoy

Source: Flame-Goal, by Sri Chinmoy

Contributed by: Shane

A Quote by Siddhartha Gautama Buddha on enlightenment, supreme enlightened mind, bodhisattva, ego, personality, living beings, reincarnation, and suffering

A virtuous man or woman who is determined to develop the Supreme Enlightened Mind, should thus develop it: I have to lead all living beings to put a stop to (reincarnation) and escape (suffering), and when they have been so led, not one of them in fact stops (reincarnating) or escapes suffering. Why? Because, if a Bodhisattva believes in the notion of an ego, a personality, or a living being, he is not a true Bodhisattva.

Buddha (563 - 483 BC)

Contributed by: MsCapriKell

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