Life In A New Body
Reincarnation is an intriguing topic for many people, gaining in popularity over the years partly due to hearing countless near death stories about life after death. The idea of a soul after death just switching bodies and starting life in a new body again seems as an opportunity for many to get a second chance at life. However there is a mistaken belief that most people have about the process of reincarnation. Many assume that after death, people immediately reincarnate without occupying different realms between human lives. Near-death experience accounts affirm that we do not immediately reincarnate after death, because time does not exist in the spirit realms.
The idea of a soul after death just switching bodies and starting life in a new body again seems as an opportunity for many to get a second chance at life.
A Chance For People To Do Things Again
Reincarnation popularity seems to be that it offers a chance for people to do things again and this time do it the right way, but reincarnation has a catch in some religions such as South Asian ones, your next life depends of the Karma you brought to yourself from your previous one, so if you have led a life full of bad deeds, it may not be smooth sailing next time around. Indian culture, hinduism believe that one must live many lives and under go many experiences before it attains perfection and becomes one with the Divine.The idea of the soul after death switching bodies has been present in many religions across the world, from Norse men and Greeks to Native Americans, tribals from Africa, Australia or Siberia.
The Gift Of Unconditional Love
The purpose of reincarnation, the process that we keep coming back, is to take different episodes in the evolution of the soul and learn from them, so that we can grasp, understand, forgive and feel that we are not only at one with ourselves, but everyone and everything we come in contact with, giving us the gift of unconditional love.