rjmamula14 wrote: ↑
Sun May 31, 2020 3:56 pm
Again open question because there is no definitive answer. If you believe in reincarnation, do you believe personality caries into the nex life? Do you believe what determines personality is spiritual, biological/genetic, social/experience based, or a combination of any or all of the above.
I'm not sure if I even believe in reincarnation...I'd like to...but I'm really really smart, so it's hard. For example, I know there are many testimonies of people recalling their past lives in great detail with alarming accuracy with no physical way of possibly knowing about those people or their lives; particularly when it comes to little children recalling past lives.
This alone would be enough to make most
people believe in reincarnation, but not me. I'm overly-analytical and logical and have already discovered a possible scientific explanation for reincarnation; it's called Genetic Memory. The memories of distant ancestors is encoded into our DNA from the moment we're born. The subconscious mind can relay information from these memories through dreams, and Deja-Vu; they can even be accessed via hypnotherapy. What one may just assume is a past life memory of their own
, could in fact more likely be the memories of their ancestors and relatives; or the ancestors and relatives of their ancestors and relatives; it could be so far removed from their bloodline that they aren't even classified as family anymore.
Oh, but ghosts are real, I hear people tell me, so there MUST be an afterlife of some kind. Wrong. That's another assumption, and I don't like to assume anything. I've seen ghosts, and I understand that technology exists today that can actually record audio and video of ghosts in action. This alone would be enough "proof" to make most
people think that they'll go on living after they die. Not me though. It's super annoying lol. I wished I could just hear something like that and believe, but I can't, I have to keep questioning it and researching it. Many sightings of ghosts depict them going about their everyday routines, almost as if they don't realize they're dead. It's possible that the exuberant amount of energy that bursts forth from the brain upon death creates an echo of sorts in an alternate dimension, and that's what we're actually seeing; recordings of people from the past, going about a day that they've already lived before. And that's not even takinginto account all of the fake ghosts sightings which were actually hallucinations of a diseased mind, the wild imaginations of children, or the hoaxsters hoping to make a buck off of tourists.
At the end of the day, I don't believe in reincarnation or an afterlife because as it stands currently, there simply doesn't seem to be any way to KNOW for absolute certain one way or the other; we can only make assumptions, then run experiments to confirm if our assumptions were correct. Unfortunately the only way to find out if there's an afterlife is for me to die, and wait for all post-death activity in the brain to cease completely. (Even after you die your brain is still "active" for lack of a better term for about two hours or so.) Theoretically it's possible to bring someone back from the dead within that time frame, we just don't have the technology for it yet.
Anyhoo....all that being said, no, I don't believe Personality carries over from one life to the next; I believe it's based on environmental factors. Fairly positive that the frequencies, vibrations, and energies emitted by constantly moving celestial bodies in space can play a part on personality traits as well, ala, astrology.
I don't know enough about numerology yet to know if that's a factor as well, but I wouldn't be surprised; I've seen some freaky shizzit in regards to the field of numerology lol. The Oracle of Human Destiny actually told me in not so many words EXACTLY where my mother had hidden the marijuana stash, and it was RIGHT. Blew my mind. Every single time I've used the Oracle of Human Destiny to seek one of the 900 answers (or whatever) to the 30 life questions of Pythagoras, it's been correct. There's a lot of mathematics involved in order to reach that answer though, but so far it's been worth it. Truly mind-boggling. That Pythagoras dude was quite something lol. Definitely intrigued to learn more about numerology in the future.