How do souls and reincarnation account for the growing population?

Are souls created somewhere? What determines if a body gets a fresh soul or an old one?

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Souls don’t reincarnate, only minds do. Souls of the dead are all sleeping in their graves, patiently awaiting the Judgement, having some dreams in the meantime, some nice, some not so nice…

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      If the mind reincarnates then, you believe said mind merely becomes attached to a new soul?

      So then, one broken and misguided mind could then be responsible for the first-hand corruption of multiple souls?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah, exactly. Thanks for listening to my thoughts and understanding them, that’s actually a first for me.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        all is one
        therefore, the mind of God is broken and misguided
        but we already knew that

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I hate christcuck morons so much it's unreal

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Fricking christcucks. You dont even have the concept of a soul.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >another moron that thinks life only exists on earth and everything incarnates here
    /x/ is really baby level

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Another moron who thinks asking a question equates to that being my belief, contribute something useful

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      say something useful or shut up

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Actually this. Also according to the vedas souls can inherit every body. Animal and plants too. On this planet as well as any other. Theres even life on the sun. How this life looks like? Perhaps plasma sprites or extreme forms of amoeba feeding off the heat and radiation. You can really see how christianity basically wiped every understanding of Spirituality and the universe from the mind of the white race. Our ancestors knew differently. Great pity.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      You're a useless frickhead who doesn't contribute anything fruitful to a discussion.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    souls are created, they are ghosts. they are created from union of two ordained beings. ordained with life force. the union becomes corrupted which produces malfunctioning souls or lost souls. if you don't get born within a perfect union you will come out with spiritual scars inherited to you. souls do not reincarnate. they never sleep either they are constantly awake just like how you can be totally asleep but be walking around in a dream. your soul doesnt sleep only your body

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    How am I supposed to know?

    How are you supposed to know?

  5. 1 month ago
    Burger hyperinflation

    You have bugs souls going upwards

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Minerals->Plants->Animals/Birds->Human->?

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    We ran out of souls and so most people are definitionally the rehousing of insects.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      its not rehousing, its graduation from animal kindgom.

      some souls that were in animal vessels are now in human vessels.
      extremely hedonistic and animalistic people are fresh animal graduates, are having their first human experience.
      you will find them in discos and bars and chasing after sense gratification.

      you will find old souls in esoteric/occult circles, deep into buddhism, mystical christianity, platonism, philosophy, etc.
      they are about to graduate into divinity.

      its a flux, really.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >extremely hedonistic and animalistic people are fresh animal graduates, are having their first human experience.
        >you will find them in discos and bars and chasing after sense gratification.
        that explains the smell

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Math

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Souls don't reincarnate, the spirit does, that's how. A soul is a conglomerate of sensory experience, including memories, which are sensations, the spirit "carries" the soul which is impermanent, meaning it unravels, while the spirit is permanent, immutable.

    There's only one spirit which "branches out", just like a hand with an undisclosed amount of fingers wearing souls like finger puppets. There isn't any incongruence between the growing population and the "number" of souls or spirit.

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guf

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Are souls created somewhere?

    Think of the souls as similar to rays of light emanating from the Sun. We exist eternally but our individuality is suppressed as we are merged in the godhead. At some point we desire to experience separateness and to experience God not in unity, but in a loving relationship, which requires difference. At that point we enter something similar to what others here have called the "Guf'. It is an ocean of light, of newly "born" souls, innocent and childlike, first coming into individual consciousness. So we are not created. We exist above creation. But we do awaken into individual consciousness.

    We then undergo a process of developing our love for God. Love is based on free will. Therefore we must choose knowledge and love, we must choose the qualities which allow us to associate with God. That is what this world if for. It is a testing ground which allows us to be confronted with the illusion of separateness and the absence of God. We are confronted with the qualities which lead away from God; lust, hatred, fear, anger, greed etc. We are attached to these qualities and gradually, over many births and much learning, we have to give up this attachment and only cultivate the Godly qualities, compassion, forgiveness, love, courage, etc.

    >What determines what kind of soul goes into what kind of body?

    An old soul is one who has done a good deal of work and wants to do more. The old soul wants to finish his transformation and learning and rise to the level where he doesn't have to take birth again. He wants to graduate.

    Usually such souls want harder lives, with greater challenges and more intense learning opportunities. Therefore spirit guides or masters, those who arrange the birth/school process, will give such lives to an old soul. It is by divine arrangement. Even better is if the body is intelligent and can understand what his happening and the lessons he/she is trying to learn. Such a life is a great blessing.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >t. bhakti muni
      I like the Guf you give. Very brahmajyotish.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Thank you. Interestingly, in the Gaudiya Math, and other branches of Chaitanya Vaishnavism, the soul is considered to have come from the Brahmajyoti, rather than falling from Vaikuntha.

        http://www.scsmathlondon.org/home/guardian-of-devotion/origin-of-the-soul/

        PS, not that I am advocating any branch of the tradition over another.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Yeah, I fell deep into tatashta sakti and where the soul "originates". I know the arguments. Personally, I think it's another cycle thing. That those "originating" from brahmajyotish are those who previously merged and are now re-igniting individuality. They have the choice from there to go vaikuntha or samsara.
          Nothing ever ends, and nothing ever begins.
          I guess my point is to differ on how - once in Vrindavan - no one returns. I always hear "the potential is there, but no one chooses it, like no one chooses to touch a hot stove twice".
          But my inclination is to think some do touch it twice. We all eternally keep that spark of potential rebellion, or potential merging, or potential loving service. And Krishna is fine with us flitting back and forth between the three for all eternity.
          And while 1/3 of those potencies caused complaint and suffering, I think we also are fine with this arrangement.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >We all eternally keep that spark of potential rebellion, or potential merging, or potential loving service.

            I agree. I think the soul is always free to choose it's destiny.

            Where I differ from Guadiya Vaishnavism is I do not believe being lost in the material world, or the consciousness of separateness, or illusion, or Maya, it is necessarily rebellion, which implies authoritarian control from the divine.

            I believe this entire world, and even the higher realms, are the product of the collective consciousness of the souls. Krishna mentions this in the Bhagavad Gita, in 7.5.

            In this material world, the core collective consciousness is illusion. It is the belief the world is not God, or his emanations, or energies. In that consciousness reality becomes refracted and bent. It is like a dream. We gravitate towards this refracted reality due to immature desire. We become attracted to it and then get lost and stuck within it, like quicksand, to such a degree we can only be pulled out by higher powers.

            But it is ultimately part of the process of developing love for God. We must recognize the value of the Godly qualities and choose them willingly. This can only happen when we immerse in the opposite of those qualities and experience them to the fullest extent, finally recognizing that it is not who we are, or not in harmony with our true nature.

            But rebellion is a strong word that can lead to shame, imo. It is spiritual immaturity. It is like a child learning his ABC's in a kindergarten class, rather than a prison. It is not a punishment, rather it is an exploration of our own consciousness which can be very painful until we find ourselves.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >rebellion, which implies authoritarian control from the divine
            I would agree. More like...letting a child go splash in a mud puddle. Perfectly okay, just will take some washing.
            The Supreme is omnipotent, and needs no plan. The way things are going are exactly as they should go. that includes souls entering samsara, that includes the material changes and cycles we watch. that includes the involved suffering. It wouldnt be here if Krishna didnt want it as the endgame.
            >Krishna mentions this in the Bhagavad Gita, in 7.5.
            You mean dhāryate jagat? Why do you translate dhāryate as "create" instead of "use" or "interact"?
            >It is the belief the world is not God, or his emanations, or energies.
            Or as the Bhagavatam puts it, "seeing it as without relation to God". I see the core illusion as putting our self at center. All judgements based on me as center, all concerns based around me as center, a whole universe that literally seems to put me at the center. And we all get to think that, and we are all wrong - The Supreme is at the center.
            >It is not a punishment, rather it is an exploration
            An indulgence, in my opinion. An allowance to have a nightmare, knowing the fear is real but the injury is not.

            I do not think shame is a healthy attitude, although there should be repentance. The purified soul should repent for behaving in illusion, or acting in sin. But it is more of a natural expression of embarrassment due to acting in a way that is out of harmony with the souls true nature of devotion and love. Imagine a child who has done something in private that he is ashamed of, he hurt the family dog out of ignorance, he feels so pained by this that he comes to the mother and confesses what he did while crying. The mother embraces and loves the child and never took it seriously.

            I think the core energy of God is total love and compassion. There is no judgement against us for being entrapped in matter. Judgemental is a feature of illusioned consciousness that we must overcome within ourselves. We have to be careful not to project on to God.

            Just sharing my own realization, no condemnation or criticism of any tradition. Just sharing from a more New Age Christian way of thinking.

            >I do not think shame is a healthy attitude
            Agreed. Always better to think "next time" rather than "if only". I have heard it put we should not think our selves deserving. We are not OWED mercy and love. But neither should our limits make us shy away from desiring bhakti. Be shameless in your calling out. 'With no reason or qualification - take me into your embrace."
            >a natural expression of embarrassment due to acting in a way that is out of harmony with the souls true nature
            The proper response to a practical joke from a loved one is to laugh it off, not get angry. To appreciate the humor others got from your temporary imposition.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >The way things are going are exactly as they should go.

            Well done. A very intelligent understanding.

            >yayedaṁ dhāryate jagat?

            By them (the jiva bhutam), this entire universe is supported.

            Dhara means to rest upon I believe. Creation is resting upon the souls. Or they are bearing the weight or holding it up.

            >The Supreme is at the center.

            I agree. To see the Supreme in everything, as shown repeatedly in the Bhagavad Gita, is to put the Supreme at the center, or rather to recognize the Supreme is the center.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >Dhara means to rest upon I believe.
            I went looking to see where this split might have occured, and I can sort of see it. I still; would urge that dhara has more of a "using" intention behind it, and not a "creation" intent.
            However, dhara can mean holding, or bearing, and this can stretch into creation.
            https://www.wisdomlib.org/definition/dhara
            I think one could say material manifestation is Idealism, but collaborative. There is some ability to simply will reality as you see it, yet that ability is always subservient to the supreme will. Or like saying everything is a matter or subject and opinion, and one of those subjects is the Supreme,

            >'With no reason or qualification - take me into your embrace."

            Agreed, to properly pray one should feel helpless and dependent completely on mercy. This is the true character of the soul.

            To develop these Godly qualities is truly to rediscover one's true nature.

            >not get angry.

            I am very confident God is an ocean of love. There is no judgementalism or anger. We are meant to mirror that attitude, as difficult as it seems.

            Thanks for this discussion. It has been a pleasure.

            >to properly pray one should feel helpless and dependent completely on mercy
            I think one can have other feelings during prayer, but that may be a difference in understanding the point of prayer. Certainly if one is asking for something, that is the mood.
            But prayer is not about asking for thins, though it may come up. Prayer is about communication. It is about being open and sincere to yourself and to that conception of the Supreme (if they are different).
            I would worry saying one should feel a certain way would encourage one to try and mask what they are really feeling, and thus lose the point of the openness.
            >I am very confident God is an ocean of love. There is no judgementalism or anger.
            The anger and judgement is of love.
            In the material, I would paradoxically agree. This place that seems to be for anger and judgement - God has neither for this place. It is only in the realm purely of love that God will manifest and express anger and judgement.
            These manifestations are there to further increase that feeling of love.
            When Radhe gets mad at Krishna for teasing Her, or when child Krishna yells at monkeys, They really are angry, and They really are judging. They are not denied these expressions.

            It was very nice to see you on here, I hope to talk again.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >think one could say material manifestation is Idealism, but collaborative.

            I agree. I see everything as the archetypal qualities of the divine. Perhaps more in line with the Sufism of Ibn Arabi. You could say reality is the light of God shining through his successive emanations of archetypal qualities onto the canvas of non-being, like light shining through a film projector or kaleidoscope onto a backdrop. Everything is ultimately God. But the forms that picture takes are conducted or determined by the consciousness and free will of the souls. Our free will and choice to forget God is the basis of the movements of the world. In that sense we are supporting it or maintaining it.

            Another way of saying it is, if all the souls decided to love God and disperse their illusion simultaneously, the world as it exists would turn into the heavenly or spiritual realm. It would transform into Vailkuntha.

            It is our consciousness which determines the nature of reality, although reality is ultimately nothing but the energy of God. So as you say, collaborative.

            >I would worry saying one should feel a certain way would encourage one to try and mask what they are really feeling.

            I agree. I was thinking about when one is in a heightened state of spiritual openness, intense transcendent prayer, where the soul is naked and open to the divine. If one pours one's total heart out completely in sincere repentance it is a good and healthy thing.

            >Radhe gets mad at Krishna for teasing Her

            Sure. I understand this is part of Krishna's Lilas. But that is not actually anger or judgement, it is a form of Love. It is far above the judgementalism of material consciousness.

            But such topics are probably best not discussed here. Not simply among the general populace, but many persons with an interest in Gaudiya theology come here too, who are unqualified to hear it or discuss it in my opinion. You can often see them weaponizing the Bhagavad Gita to attack others etc.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >But that is not actually anger or judgement, it is a form of Love.
            Or one could say the "real" anger and judgement is thus expressed - as manifestations of love - and our shadow of reality that comes from that lack of love is the "not actual" understanding.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >It was very nice to see you on here, I hope to talk again.

            The feeling is mutual. I am grateful for your kindness and your sharing of knowledge.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >'With no reason or qualification - take me into your embrace."

            Agreed, to properly pray one should feel helpless and dependent completely on mercy. This is the true character of the soul.

            To develop these Godly qualities is truly to rediscover one's true nature.

            >not get angry.

            I am very confident God is an ocean of love. There is no judgementalism or anger. We are meant to mirror that attitude, as difficult as it seems.

            Thanks for this discussion. It has been a pleasure.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I do not think shame is a healthy attitude, although there should be repentance. The purified soul should repent for behaving in illusion, or acting in sin. But it is more of a natural expression of embarrassment due to acting in a way that is out of harmony with the souls true nature of devotion and love. Imagine a child who has done something in private that he is ashamed of, he hurt the family dog out of ignorance, he feels so pained by this that he comes to the mother and confesses what he did while crying. The mother embraces and loves the child and never took it seriously.

            I think the core energy of God is total love and compassion. There is no judgement against us for being entrapped in matter. Judgemental is a feature of illusioned consciousness that we must overcome within ourselves. We have to be careful not to project on to God.

            Just sharing my own realization, no condemnation or criticism of any tradition. Just sharing from a more New Age Christian way of thinking.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Interestingly, on that page, the author give this quote, which is exactly what I was saying:

        >Generally, souls emanate from the brahmajyoti which is living and growing. Within the brahmajyoti, their equilibrium is somehow disturbed and movement begins. From non-differentiation, differentiation begins. From a plain sheet of uniform consciousness, individual conscious units grow. And because the jiva is conscious it is endowed with free will. So, from the marginal position they choose either the side of exploitation or the side of dedication.

        Although my perspective on this is derived from a broader study of mystical literature and in particular the pre-birth experience of Christian Sundberg.

        I think it comes from here, but I don't remember:

        ?si=VRnJb33q0jsBAQTj

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      But why even do this? Why is not creation simply static and unchanging?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Why is not creation simply static and unchanging?

        There are large parts of creation, in the astral realm, and heavenly realms, which are static and unchanging.

        As far as why is material reality constantly changeable, if that is your question, I think it is because the souls require newer and newer situations to develop themselves. It is just like how elementary schools, high schools and colleges are always moving through students. The same student rarely is in the same school for more than a few years. They graduate and move on. So the world is always adjusting to provide lessons to the influx of souls.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >severe ocd to the point of disability
      >severe domestic abuse
      >grew up with religious beliefs that i dislike and disagree with and my ocd also uses them to torture me
      I've learned that this is a "martial world". It's unfair and if someone stronger than you gets their hands on you, it's game over unless you can fight for yourself. There is so much fighting and stress and hardship, and I don't know what comes after. I think Taoism is the best and most accurate religion for describing how reality works, and that Confucianism is one of the best philosophies for human life. Confucius said that we don't know everything about life, therefore how can we know about death.

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I don't know I guess they all individually think the same thing
    So it's a hive mind for sure

  13. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    ..Continuing

    >What determines if a body gets a fresh soul or an old one?

    Generally a new soul is not going to take birth on Earth. Earth is considered one of the hardest or THE hardest realm to be born in.

    It is my understanding you really have to ask to be born here. Newer souls will spend a good deal of time learning and developing on the astral plains, in heavenly environments, although not quite heaven, which is a place of immense spiritual love and devotion.

    Only when those souls are ready and willing to undergo an extreme test will they take birth on Earth.

    Earth is way to squeeze the Godly qualities out of yourself. It is similar to how immense pressure turns a piece of coal into a diamond. We are like shooting stars that get buried into mud and then are transformed under extreme pressure. Over many lifetimes the goodness and knowledge comes to the surface.

    Only old souls are ready for this. So all souls on Earth are old souls.

    As far as which souls on Earth are more experienced, those who are wiser and further along in their development are older. Souls that are new to the Earth will be pretty bewildered and eager to immerse themselves in illusion.

    As far as growing population, there is an unlimited ocean of souls. There is a constant desire to take birth here because you make immense progress through incarnation. So the divine powers that be allow more souls to take birth when population numbers increase. Not everyone gets to take birth. Just to take birth here is like winning the lottery it is said. Especially now because there is an intense transformation of mass consciousness happening.

    Think of it like you were chosen out of 100 applicants.

    Hope this is helpful.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Interesting theory.
      So whats the end goal?
      Why would we want to get godly qualities?
      I agree Earth is incredibly difficult, and honestly I wouldnt want to be born here.
      What is the carrot that comes from being incarnated in this shitty place full of shitty people?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        The end goal is to return to the realm of light, or heaven, or Vaikuntha, however you want to put it. To live in the light of God and service to God. For some the goal is to return to the state of undifferentiated oneness.

        I think there are different levels to the astral and spiritual worlds. On the lowest level is the astral, which is more or less a way point for souls unable to move higher. It is from there you descend for repeated births. The goal of these births is to qualify yourself to move higher.

        Once qualified with a Godly nature, you can move upward to what can be considered Heaven. This is a place of tremendous happiness and beauty where everyone is engaged in service, ultimately to God. You have a job more or less that is worship. You are serving angels more or less.

        Then there are higher and higher levels of heaven, where the soul becomes endowed more and more with the Godly qualities to greater degrees. Finally you come to the throne of God himself.

        But the point in such elevation is not power, as it would be in this world, it is greater and greater expressions of love and service.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Where do you got this from? You are an new age guru. Big ego. Earth isn't special. You say a lot of true things but then mix it up with sentimentalism and western new age spirituality.

      Earth is ordinary, theres countless other planets with similar life out there. Being Human is somewhat in the middle of the scale. Perhaps worse off than the middle. But the planet isn't a "testing ground" or challenge or whatever. You are actually deceived by Maya. This Age, the Kali Yug is marked by increased materialism. You could even say its the easiest age. Because you can make a lot of progress fast and reach the powers more directly.

  14. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    there is ultimately only one 'soul' bring endlessly looped on itself; in essence, that which is called "soul" and that which is called "god" within modern parlance are actually one and the same

  15. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Animal population decrease, human population increase.

  16. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    You don't reomcarnate the day after you die. You may incarnate any amount of time in the past or the future, in fact this amount can be so high that you may end up in another cycle of the universe

  17. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The reincarnation people think that they can go into leaves, grass and trees and reincarnate into those living creatures. It's very shameful to split your soul into thousands of ladybugs or even wienerroaches.

  18. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >How do souls and reincarnation account for the growing population?
    there is no limit to the number of souls that can be created
    >Are souls created somewhere?
    everything is soul technically. its about how you mold it
    >What determines if a body gets a fresh soul or an old one?
    there is something like a casting call for when bodies are created. if they needed someone to play an important person they would take an experienced soul to play them. new souls are much less conscious in comparison. they are used as background supportive characters until they develop more.

  19. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Are souls created somewhere?
    No. All souls have existed since the beggining of this universe. However, our souls were further shaped and programmed by more powerful beings than us before we were allowed to incarnate.
    >What determines if a body gets a fresh soul or an old one?
    The decision of the soul which is supposed to incarnate, the soul's karma and vibrational level and the pressure of soul guides.

  20. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    There is only One SOVL, divided among all things in the material realm. The more things there are, the mire divised the SOVL is, the weaker and smaller is the soul fragment within each thing in the material realm. This is why you are a stupid homosexual moron. Kys bye.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      It’s spelled with a “u” moron

  21. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    The spirits who were free once got trapped in the Demiurges zoo and since then have to reincarnate there. They can be humans and animals. Imagine how many spirits are ants right now.

  22. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Not sure how true this is, but I think as the human population goes up, the animal/plant population goes down, because there are only so many souls in existence which can be recycled. Some animals and plants have even gone extinct in trade for larger human populations. Species like cattle and such are consistently large because we keep their numbers high and there are always low vibrational souls moving from deceased humans to lower life forms. On this, for a lower life form, the spiritual and mental processes are the same or similar to that of ours, but they are unable to express it (much like a human with brain damage would be unable to adequately put their thoughts into words) due to physical limitations. The brain is a powerful tool used to manipulate and limit our spiritual ability, which is why taking care of your brain is the most important thing to do.

    I can’t wait to drop the ball in this life and be reincarnated as a tomato plant, so the human population will diminish, because not all of us are worthy of the allowance of human brains just yet. At least I don’t feel like I am. I’m not capable of utilizing all of it.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      If you didn’t catch this in my writing: Souls are neither created or destroyed. There will always be the same number of souls but distributed differently throughout living organisms, perhaps including things like atoms but I’m not sure of that yet. Souls are energy and energy can’t be created, only recycled and used over and over again.

  23. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    You are an eternal soul, never created.
    There are infinite souls like you.
    Any any given time, by ratio, roughly 1/4 of those souls are in this temporal realm of relativity and duality.
    they are given bodies in the time, place, and circumstance they have deluded themselves into identifying with.
    As long as they identify with the false ego, they will have an astral body that molds to express physical bodies all up and down samsara.
    Your first life - and mine and everyone's - was as a demiurge, as Brahma, secondary creator and penultimate lord of a universe.
    We are the foolish few that decided to keep doing further in, thinking there was some happiness here.
    The lesson to learn is that there is no happiness.
    Get out while you are human enough to think on this.

  24. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Where are they going?
    Where did they come fromjhaxx?

  25. 1 month ago
    Anonymous
  26. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    i do not believe in pajeet reincarnation.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Brown people do not have souls.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >"people"

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >"people"

        I think this is true. They don't dream.

  27. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    There are an unlimited number of souls to begin with; plus you are living an unlimited number of lives-- your one single soul, could be living in multiple bodies right now, because there is no limit on that either.

  28. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    There can be multiple copies of your soul incarnated on earth at the same time. You only take a fraction of your soul with you when you incarnate.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      This is not done just on earth, it can be done across the multiverse. This is what ADD is.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      This is not done just on earth, it can be done across the multiverse. This is what ADD is.

      That's right. Gradually, everyone becomes an irresolute clusterfrick because their soul got split multiple times.

  29. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    There are a finite number of reincarnating souls, those that are multiplying like rats are mere organic portals, empty shells, NPC's.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Is that your perogitive which you posess them with? Thats not moral and it is spiritually unhealthy

  30. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Soulular Mitosis

  31. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    not everything walking on two legs is a vessel for the soul

  32. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Souls are created on earth and after death sent to other worlds.
    Only earth is capable of creating souls.
    More people means the universe is growing and populating.
    Soon every star will manifest a galactic presence.

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