Balance. Purpose. Enlightenment.
I look upon death to be as necessary to the constitution as sleep. We shall rise refreshed in the morning. – Franklin
If I could only start life again . . . If you could, what would you change? You’ll have a chance to make those changes, and any others you may want to try, because you will have another lifetime. Actually, as Lemurians view reincarnation, you’ve already had hundreds, if not thousands of lifetimes on earth, and you’ll have many more before you fulfill your purpose here.
The first important truth Lemurian students learn is that the purpose of human existence is to learn how to control our lives and destinies. The first humans, ignorant and innocent, could not possibly reach that goal in one short lifetime, so God gave us as many incarnations as we need to evolve mentally and spiritually as well as physically.
Why is rebirth – reincarnation – an essential part of our ongoing for so much of our time on earth?
We genuinely want to learn how to help others in the best ways, to be kinder and more patient under difficult circumstances, and someday to become advanced to the point where we can easily handle every situation without anger, frustration, or hopelessness. Obviously, to learn all the lessons human life can teach us will take many, many years. We don’t yet have the understanding of health and the human body to prolong our lives much beyond a century, and few reach that age.
Also, many of us – though not all – gradually lose the phenomenal ability to learn and grow that we had as children. We seem to develop a tough, rigid shell as we age so that, like the cicada, we must eventually split that old casing and fly away in another form so our lives and learning can continue. Only by incarnating in a new body, with much of our past experience withheld from us, can we begin again to really learn and grow.
Yet we know this pattern of transition or rebirth is not the ultimate. As we learn more about life and how to live it properly, we are prolonging our lives and learning well into later years. A hundred years ago, life expectancy in the U.S. averaged 51 years. Today, it’s 79, giving a newborn baby almost 30 extra years! And we’re just getting started. As we uncover and accept the role our mind plays, and learn to use it for our greater benefit, each lifetime can be fuller and more successful in helping us learn the lessons important to us. Eventually, we will be able to extend our lives practically as long as we choose, making our progress much more rapid as the years out of incarnation – and in infancy and childhood – no longer interrupt our learning and accomplishment here.
The Lemurian Philosophy tells us of those who have already fulfilled their purpose here on earth, and learned everything human life is designed to teach us. They are known as Masters, or Elder Brothers, and they have gathered together into Brotherhoods so they can most effectively work together to help the rest of us reach our ultimate goal, too. (While not all are male Egos, those of this development chose the term Elder Brothers as a way to help us view them as friends who love us.)
Mastership is far in the future for most of us, but even now, we enjoy many advantages that people have made possible through their unusual personal growth and creativity. If we think of the prehistoric cave man who lived a short, brutish life struggling to survive, we can be very thankful for the many aspects of intelligence people have developed over countless centuries that bless us with the comforts and pleasures of our lives today.
Why is it taking us so long? God also established universal laws or rules to be followed to keep all things in balance. Those who follow these rules succeed in what they attempt, and move steadily toward their life’s goals. But doing what’s right doesn’t seem appealing to all of us and we don’t always want to follow these laws. Instead, we choose objectives that are not in harmony with life’s purpose or the laws of the universe, and we fail to progress, or even lose advancement we had made.
Can I come back as a flower or a dog? A lighthearted idea, but that’s not reincarnation, it’s transmigration, the belief that we can be demoted to animal or plant form in our next life. We are human, and we will return as humans until we either reach life’s goal, or fail to. The rewards of human advancement are great; the pain of avoiding life’s purpose is agonizing. Which will you choose?
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10 thoughts on “How Lemurians View Reincarnation”
do you think if you are very gulable in your life this time. do you suppose you will receive enligtment before you die and become reincarnated and not gullable the next time?
We surely believe it’s possible to work on a problem like gullibility so in our next incarnation, we would not be so easily taken advantage of. Lemurian students learn to recognize problems like gullibility in themselves, and go to work to improve these in this lifetime. To do this they have the ageless wisdom of the Lemurian Masters, and the help of their Lemurian Fellowship teachers. Lemurians work on and overcome all kinds of human problems every day by studying the Lemurian Philosophy and using its practical information to help themselves.
I wonder if this is the reason for some dreams we have. Or the times we are in situations that seems as if we have been there and done it already. It seems so real. I don’t know how to explain it. Maybe you can give me insight. I have never been a very religious person, but everything you talk about makes all the sense to me.
I need more info. And how does this relate to Christian belief?
Tell us what questions you have and we’ll be glad to respond, Keith. As far as the relationship between reincarnation and Christian belief, that’s an interesting story. The Lemurian Philosophy explains how Christ’s words imply a belief in reincarnation, and many, if not most of the early Christians did share this belief. Only at the time of the Emperor Justinian I around 500 A.D. was this changed in Christian orthodoxy.
I really enjoyed reading this article. It conveys such a wonderfully calm and positive message about our experience on the physical plane. What a comforting feeling to know we are given many chances to experience all physical life has to offer. It’s so natural, in the same way that we can look forward to tomorrow, thankful for another day where we can once again tackle our activities with fresh insight. Reincarnation makes so much sense, for it harmonizes well with nature, and with a loving God who gives us many, many opportunities to accomplish our purpose on this earth.
I fell in love with the truth of reincarnation years before I found the Lemurian Philosophy– a very refreshing blog!
Reincarnation makes sense if you think about it. One lifetime of preordained existence, or worse, a random one with no consequences or rewards for your choices, would not lend itself to growing mentally and spiritually. God’s plan of free will allows us to make good choices or mistakes and still be able to learn from or atone for them. It would take many lifetimes to sort out what is good and what is even better, gaining in knowledge and wisdom all along. There is meaning and purpose to each lifetime.
As I look forward to reincarnation, which I have always believed in, I feel the strength of my convictions of always investigate any concept of life tor its true meaning. My thoughts have toughened but I have also realized that loving toughness is a necessary factor in any thought process. Be kind in this toughness. What we have realized must be brought forth for all to see, so look inside yourself and bring forth what is realized.
Thank you for your insightful comment, Robert. “Loving toughness” sounds like a good balance for success in life!