Is it possible for a soul to be born into the wrong body?

Is it possible for a soul to be born into the wrong body?

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    No, but it is possible for a body to apply the blueprint of the soul defectively. So a man may be born ugly, even though by nature he is supposed to be beautiful.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      What's the actual mechanism behind, for example, trannies saying they were "born in the wrong body"
      They don't actually have a soul of the sex they want to change into? Then what exactly was born into the wrong body?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >What's the actual mechanism behind, for example, trannies saying they were "born in the wrong body"
        In most cases it's genuinely just super low self-esteem t b h. They don't actually mean that "born in the wrong body" thing. Only a few do, and those are typically medical cases, people who constitutionally have something weird going on with their anatomy. But these folks are very very few, compared to all transgenders.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          I believe I had gender dysphoria. Gay now, and it sucks of course but...

          I always wanted to be a girl and thought of myself as female inside. It was just natural and more appealing.

          I was harshly brutally abused by my mother, and experienced forms of molestation by my father and grandfather. I'm sure all that fricked me up, but my father was super macho and my younger brother was naturally so tough and masculine since being a toddler. I naturally was so feminine and sensitive. You could easily see it.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >experienced forms of molestation by my father and grandfather.
            >gay now
            many such cases

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Kek. It casually comes up when we're alone. Virtually all of us were abused or molested, and virtually none have good relationships with both parents. It's also very common our fathers have shitty relationships with their fathers.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >Virtually all of us were abused or molested
            Surely you arent as moronic as the straights that see correlation and think causation, right?
            A third of women are abused and molested but a third arent lesbian, nor do you hear of vastly increased pops of homos in women.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            A third of women are not abused.

            Found the femoid. You probably think a third of female college students are raped.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Theyre abused the same way the gays are. They want it, they just need to say no.,

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Most women aren't raped. They behave like prostitutes and then they're treated like prostitutes. When they realize that they are a prostitute, they become upset and lie.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >What's the actual mechanism behind, for example, trannies saying they were "born in the wrong body"
        they suffer in life and thus they believe that their loves would be easier if they were someone else - women. then most figure out it's the same and the result is sadly suicide. these are tormented souls that need and seek help yet society is so idiotic it plays into their fantasy of life as someone else os going to be better or easier and gives them false hope. it's interesting that society doesn't play into anorexic peoples fantasy of them being fat.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          lives*

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        this is more of a helpful analogy than anything. trans peoples' brains seem to, much like their bodies, be typically congruent with their birth sex except for a few areas where they become more like their preferred sex. kind of how like other mental disorders correlate with changes in activity within parts of the brain.

        from the perspective of the soul though, every soul is put in its body for a very specific reason. every trans person is meant to transition or otherwise accept their circumstance

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >from the perspective of the soul though, every soul is put in its body for a very specific reason.

          I call bullshit because it sucks to be disabled, poor, ugly, etc.

          We are born randomly so frick the soul school reincarnation bs.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            If it were not meant to happen, it would not be. God's design is what is. Human design is what is craved. That desire humanity has is also God's design.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    ywnbaw

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Is it possible for a soul to be born into the wrong body?

    NO!
    You choose that body but you didn't take in the conquences of the world around. also changing your mind 3 years after you made that choice
    god just tells you to suck it up or kill your self.

    I told god i will not kill my self.
    but i do not want to be sand person next time round.

    that said i wish i was a ayran blue eyed blonde haird man.

    well i didn't get a choice there where no blonde men to be born into, being born. and god forced me into the world
    the only thing he got right was the country because of the esoteric meaning.

    but he didn't deliver to the rich family or upper class family i wanted.
    becuase that was what my past life was.
    and living as a broke, poor man was NOT
    suppose to happen.

    he knew i wanted to live again.
    so he made me into a ugly man.

    look i think the point of this is to be greatful your alive or something, i was in hell for thousands of years so i didn't expect to get top pick and as usual expected i get the short end of the stick

    which i did.
    But i'm glade i'm not japanese anymore
    all those life times of rerolling worked out in the end
    i think god was fed up i kept harikari all the time
    its not western yet but getting there.

    I will not kill my self.
    I want a perfect reroll, i just got to suffer this body for a bit longer.

    >but are you born in the wrong body. no!
    i don't believe that, i'm not that mentally ill

    >if it doesn't happen i'm not going to whine like a baby.
    you got to realise you are always who you are born as. simple as. you just got to ride it out.
    I pass enough in my own head that it doesn't bother me anymore.
    i just stopped owning mirrors.
    besides vanity is a sin
    and i swear this punishment was to punish vain fricks anyway.

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    No. That is not possible, because your body develops your soul. You become the person you are through it and your experiences.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      It's the other way around pleb, the body is a temporal manifestation (embodiment) of the eternal soul

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    yeah you reincarnate into bodies geographically nearby
    my friend is chinese but has a european soul
    he was born here but i can just tell he is not "chinese" from his eyes alone and the way he carries himself

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    no, you are not a woman

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    picrel is cute as frick

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    There is no "right" body. We arent supposed to have them.

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >i identify as a black woman btw

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    No because you chose the body to be born in. The whole gender crap is a mix between hive mind garbage and birth control poisoning.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      if it was a choice, wouldn't it naturally follow that it's possible to make the wrong choice? If it was impossible to make a wrong choice, then it wasn't really a choice at all

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    no, but its posible to born in the wrong place

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Why is that? How can you know?

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    If reincarnation is real I bet that's why so many people feel like their a woman.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I think it has to do with having lived a lot of previous lives as one. If one incarnation breaks the pattern the soul may feel it deep down and find it difficult to adapt to.

  13. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shikhandi
    There are also tellings of the story that have Shikhandi given the male birth in their next life but allowed to retain their female mental/astral body - and for this reason Bhisma considers Shikhandi a woman and refuses to fight them.

    But with the understanding of dual bodies of astral/suble (mind/intelligence/ego) and physical/gross - it becomes easy to understand how a person may be in one body but have the go of another. And this being Kali Yuga, it makes sense that transmigration is getting muddied and people are being born in mixed up ways.

  14. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I watched an episode of the Why Files (I forget the title) but was about a guy who went into a coma for a year...his soul for a year occupied another body in the future (few hundred years) and after a year he awoke/returned. The body he occupied (in the future) apparently "died" as he entered his coma and they were located on LeyLines. Interesting story to catch on Why Files just gotta hunt for it.

  15. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Y'all motherfrickers haven't even heard of Soul Debasement

  16. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    its hilarious to me that people who believe in tulpas and post in succubi threads will be like "nah that's not possible" lmao

  17. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Not without the consent of the higher self, at least I wouldn't expect it to be possible otherwise.

    Whenever I meet my higher self I am going to cause them serious bodily harm.

  18. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    134. What is the soul?
    >“An incarnated spirit.”

    a) What was the soul before being united with a body?
    >“A spirit.”

    b) Are souls and spirits one and the same thing?
    > “Yes, souls are spirits. Before joining a body, the soul is one of the intelligent beings living in the invisible world. It assumes a physical body temporarily to complete its purification and enlightenment.”

    135. Is a person made up of anything other than a soul and a body?
    >“The link that unites the soul and the body.”

    a) What is the nature of this link?
    >“It is semi-material, it is the intermediary between the soul and the body. This is required for communication between the soul and the body. The spirit can act upon matter and vice versa through this link.”
    >Therefore, human beings are made up of three essential elements:
    >1) The body, or material being, similar to animals, and given life by the same vital principle;
    >2) The soul, or incarnated spirit, which is housed in the body;
    >3) The intermediary principle, or perispirit, which is a semi-material substance. It is the innermost envelope of the spirit and unites the soul with the body. This three-part nature is equivalent to that of a fruit, which includes the seed, the perisperm, and the rind or shell.

    136. Is the soul independent of the vital principle?
    >“The body is merely the envelope, as we have repeated multiple times.”

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      333. If a spirit is happy enough as an average, among errant spirits, could it stay in that state indefinitely?

      >“No, not indefinitely. Eventually the spirit feels the need to advance. All spirits have to evolve because it is their destiny.”

      334. Is the union of a soul with a given body predestined, or is the choice of a body made at the last moment?

      >“The spirit is always assigned beforehand. Spirits choose the trials they will endure and request to reincarnate. God who sees and knows all things has foreseen that this soul would be united to that particular body.”

      335. Can the spirit choose its body, or does it only choose the kind of life it is to bear for its trial?

      >“A spirit may also choose a body because the imperfections of this body are trials that will further its advancement, if it succeeds in overcoming the obstacles placed in its path. This choice is not always the spirit’s to make, but it can ask.”

      a) Can a spirit refuse to enter a body chosen for it at the last moment before reincarnation?

      >“If it refuses, it suffers much more than one who does not attempt to go through a trial.”

      336. Can a body about to be born not find a spirit willing to incarnate in it?

      >“God can provide for any possibility. Every child who is to be born alive is always predestined to have a soul. Nothing is created without a design.”

      337. Does God ever enforce the union of a soul with a given body?

      >“Sometimes it is imposed, in support of the different trials to be suffered by a spirit, especially when the latter is still too inferior to be able to make the choice for itself. As a form of atonement, a spirit may be forced to enter the body of a child that, due to its birth and the circumstances it will encounter in the world, it will serve for the spirit as a way of atonement.”

      339. [confusion]?

      >“Much greater and longer. At death, the spirit is released from slavery. At birth, the spirit re-enters it.”

  19. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    yes that is the reason why gays and transsexuals exist

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >that is the reason why gays
      >mogs you

  20. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    No. And why do you have Miyazaki as the poster-boy for that question?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Because his last movie featured souls placed in different bodies, and it was a confusing abstract mess.

  21. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >i identify as a black woman

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