Sep 25, 1995 03:24 PM
by Dr. A.M.Bain
> There is disagreement with how long we spend in the after-death
> states between lifetimes. What I've heard is, for most, starting
> at a few thousand years and upwards from there. The New Age
> literature indicates a very-short period between lifetimes, but
> the classic theosophical writings indicate a much-longer
> time period between lives.
> -- Eldon
C.L.Jinarajadasa, in ~First Principles of Theosophy~ (Wheaton,
please reprint) cites varying intervals, from quite short to
quite long - varies from monad to monad or some such.
Of course, my karma and dharma is such that in *this* life I
don't believe in reincarnation at all, except now and then.
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