Balance. Purpose. Enlightenment.
When I discovered the Lemurian Philosophy, its training material helped me become aware that God’s Plan for us is more far-reaching than just living life as a good person. With the help of my Lemurian Fellowship teachers, my eyes were opened to new concepts. One of these was reincarnation, and why it and using God’s Universal Laws are essential to fulfilling our life’s purpose. I learned that because we need lots of time to work through and benefit from all the challenges we meet, this would be too much for us to accomplish in a single lifetime. It makes sense to me that reincarnation is what gives us the additional opportunities we need.
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I attended a Catholic college. One of my courses was taught by a nun who was a translator of “The Dead Sea Scrolls.” It included a book to which she had contributed, on contents of the Scrolls. A surprising discussion, attributed to a meeting in Jerusalem of apostles and disciples, including the women, around 60 AD. The topic was Reincarnation. There was no dispute that Christ taught this, the discussion was whether they collectively should de-emphasize it, as people might be inclined to put off tackling their tough issues, knowing they had other chances. I was amazed and intrigued. I asked a priest on the faculty about this. He told me ” Don’t go there!” And refused to engage. It was not until many years later, as a student of Lemurian Philosophy, that I had any further insight to the issue. The no nonsense, practical, reasonable approach of Lemurian teaching cleared this up. Yes God, all knowing, all seeing, all loving God, understanding humans, gives every one of us many opportunities, chances, to learn and grow. It makes such good sense! Clear goals within the study help me tackle my tough problems. Before encountering these lessons, I was a first rank procrastinator, myself! Now, decades later, I am unceasingly grateful for my opportunities as a student to learn and grow. And yes, am learning there is no time like the present, to get things done.