Re: Descent into matter
Jul 21, 1996 04:15 PM
by Dr. A.M.Bain
In message <960721214620_76400.1474_HHL69-6@CompuServe.COM>, Jerry
Schueler <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes
>>What do you think about the notion (which I entertain seriously from
>>time to time) that we may (re)incarnate quite by accident? Suppose, let
>>us say, that one of the spiritual entities you mention got a bit too
>>close to what is often called the "earth plane" and got sucked in?
> Alan, this suggests the Chaos Factor, which I do
>believe in. However, the only way to get yourself born onto
>this physical earth into a physical body is desire.
Alan as devil's advocate: Can you support this assertion (which is how
>the desire, you just can't make it. The catch it, desire for
>self-expression is inherent in all beings--its a monadic
>characteristic that sooner or later bites us in the butt, so
>to speak. So *all* entities get themselves born into matter
>at some point or another.
Another assertion? If true, why here and not Planet X? Why a planet at
all? What happens when this one stops?
>>And are we not all spiritual entitities to begin with?
> Yes, and even the gods must reincarnate
>at some point.
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