One more view on life and death http://www.robertlanza.com/does-death-exist-new-theory-says-no-2/
again: thanks for all your sharing! have a beautiful day *P
Thank you for your kind words and for sharing that link.
Let us consider this:
If “death does not exist,” then what do we call when we are “born”? – Birth?
In the world of duality, if death exists, then birth must exist. If death does not exist, then birth does not exist.
This is the world of “logical” words…and the world of thought, based on the “reality” of duality.
Spirituality, knows that neither “death nor birth” exist because we are eternal beings. Therefore, no birth, no death.
So, how is it possible that we experience “birth” and “death”? We experience that because our consciousness does not allow us to experience what is beyond thought.
Scientists are in the same type of consciousness, making their theories out of “their” thoughts.
Because we are eternal, time is an invention of thought (As Krishnamurti pointed out.) Being “time-less” is to experience our real self. When we have the filter of thoughts, we have a consciousness which knows about birth and death.
Scientists are still in that consciousness, thus; “time” exists for them, for they rely on thought.
Theories based on the consciousness of thinking, is like a dog chasing its tail.
Thank you for your question!
A cell is alive. When that cell reproduces to become a grown up animal ready to live life, that is when the soul will appear. In Gyan, it is mentioned after 3 months of the embryo growth.
That “clone” will need to go through the same “growth process” whether that animal was born through regular parents or through a “hermaphrodite” reproduction or through cloning in a lab…
No need to be confused. Many ways of making bread… but bread at the end.
Thank you for your question!
I would recommend to take the “7 day course” on a Brahma Kumaris center, near you.. 🙂
The soul is eternal. It hasn’t been “created.” The word “creation,” is one of the most misleading words ever “created.” 🙂
Existence is eternal. Everything that you perceive as “existing” has always existed but it changes, it transforms. The form changes (matter) but the substance (soul) remains. The first law of “conservation of matter and energy,” clearly states that fact: “Matter cannot be created neither destroyed, it only transforms.”
I haven’t seen a soul with my physical eyes. I don;t know how it “looks like,” the word “looks like” denotes our cultural baggage of relying on our visual sense which is just a sense out of the 5 physical senses to relate with our perceptions of reality. I feel the soul. Feeling is a way to relate with that which is spiritual in nature.
Souls cannot be born. Souls cannot be created. Matter cannot be created. Nothing is never created. Existence is all that has ever existed.
Thank you for your good question!
According to Sakar Murlis, Krishna will be born as destruction takes place. As we know, there is not much mentioned about Krishna’s parents; other than belonging to royalty. We also know about the “Advanced Party.” Personally, I do not want to speculate as far as how Krishna is born. The only thing I know for a fact, is that a different consciousness has to give him birth. Human beings are not aware of that consciousness at this time, for we are floating in the vices.
Celibacy in Brahmin souls at this time is required not because “sex is bad;” but because we have vices in us which will degrade us and which are “running the show in our lives.” A Brahmin soul has the potential to follow celibacy in a numberwise way. For, being able to be celibate in a healthy way, without repression; is the trademark of being liberated from sex lust. Until we have not been liberated from that vice, we will not be able to understand the “how that happens” on spiritually advanced beings. 🙂