Born Yet Again

Theta Mind Set a Fountain of Youth

The soul comes from without into the human body, as into a temporary abode, and it goes out of it anew… it passes into other habitations, for the soul is immortal.”

– Ralph Waldo Emerson

Many accounts from Buddhists, Hindus, near death experiencers, out of body travelers, and people in touch with the spirit world, report that before we’re born, each person enters into a contract with the people who will be participating with them in their new life.  According to many accounts, we’re all characters in a play called life on Earth.  We select our parents, our relatives, friends, enemies, and so on.  Once in agreement, we set forth on a new life journey that is custom designed to provide us with specific growth opportunities.  We experience life in the physical realm through our thoughts, deeds, and actions.  We select a future body for its qualities or circumstances.  Then, in the form of a newborn baby, we arrive at the scene of a scenario that we believe will best help us achieve our goals in the future.

Here’s the catch.  We’re born into this world with amnesia.  Our life quickly becomes the result of an accumulation of interactions and never ending choices, each pointing us in different directions.  One choice might take us off-track, the next choice might lead to a dead end, or it could lead to the completion of our life’s mission.

According to many belief systems, when we have finally accumulated enough positive thoughts, feelings and actions, learned sufficient lessons, and helped our fellow man along the way, only then can we move from the path of darkness to enlightenment.  Once on the path, we must continue to make the right choices.  We must rise above the emotional, mental and physical suffering of life on planet Earth, and all its attachments.  To transcend the physical world, enter and then actually remain in the non-physical world of great love and harmony, we must end the repetitious ‘broken-record’ behavior patterns in our subconscious which replay time and time again, lifetime and lifetime again, throughout many karmic cycles of reincarnation.

Without the ability to recall our previous existence as a spirit, the meaning of our lives can be confusing.  Other than gut instinct or reliance on what other people have written or said about life’s meaning and purpose, our reason for being often appears sporadically in fragments.  The meaning of our lives is often printed on a vast number of puzzle pieces scattered over distance and time.  Along the way, we`re given hints, shown sign-posts, and provided with tiny fragments of a cryptic code that can lead us to the keys that will unlock deeply buried memories of who we really are.  Our true identity and our mission in this lifetime are waiting for us, if we could but find the door, the instruction booklet, or our divine agreements.

There are countless ways to Meditate.  You might try Hypnosis and explore Past Life Regression to understand how experiences in previous lifetimes brought you to where you are today. Every night, before you go to sleep, ask, “Who am I really?  What is my mission in this lifetime?”  Every morning, before you open your eyes, look, listen, feel.  With enough practice, the answer will come.

S. Elizabeth Rose
Certified Master Clinical Hypnotist
NGH Certified Instructor, Clinical Hypnosis


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