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Quote from: Nameless on July 08, 2022, 20:49:43Good question Re. The whole reincarnation thing leaves me feeling distinctly empty. Now this is just me speaking for myself. I often get the feeling that people are mistaking the consciousness highway for actual past lives of their own. But I think they are actually just tapping into that highway that contains all of our lives. We can do that and we know we can do that. We also know that tapping into that particular highway can lead to some very muddy experiences but also can lead to some experiences that are so clear they are as real as anything else we've encountered, which in turn could easily make us think it was our own past life. In simply terms I see it as just another form of channeling and in truth may never know how accurate or inaccurate this thought is.To the second part of your last post, I don't think energy ever dies. It seems to just mutate or transform. For example, fresh fruit. Fresh fruit can be turned into fermented fruit which then can be turned into wine and go even further to be turned into vinegar and after all that it still isn't dead. Indeed not, can you guess what it will eventually turns into? I'll go ahead and tell but the answer is water. Water that is as alive as any water ever was and it can feed the fruit tree that bore the fruit in the first place (assuming the tree itself lived that long). But the question then is this, does the water even recognize the tree as having been a part of itself (a past life) and does the tree recognize the fruit now that it is only water? One thing sure is that nothing in nature (that I am aware of) lives, dies and comes back as a whole new (whatever it was). It always transforms. I wonder if a butterfly knows it was caterpillar. So to answer your question, I do think the new age perspective is wrong or at the very least it doesn't go far enough.