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The Afterlife

Information storage in the universe Agree: 3 divider Disagree: 0


Both Agreements and DisagreementsThe Creator is aware of every single event, every individualized thought, and one can visualize the Creator as being this gigantic storeroom of knowledge. Also, each individual spirit that moves into its spirit soul carries the experiences of its life. And this is all a form of consciousness of events that have taken place within your world as well as those from other worlds. A spirit can tap into this collective consciousness of all experiences.

AgreeAll discuss before incarnation what is to be done. Is it too much? Things are altered, decisions are changed, until an imprint is decided on and published in the Akashic Record.

Courageous Souls: Do We Plan Our Life Challenges Before Birth?, Robert Schwartz
pg. 224, 2007

AgreeLearning to some extent is passed on through the genes, biochemically, but this is a physical materialization of inner knowledge achieved and retained from past lives...The human being does not...erupt into existence at birth and laboriously then begins its first attempt to gain experience. If this were the case, you would still be back in the Stone Age. There are waves of energy, and waves of reincarnational patterns, for there have been many Stone Ages on your planet, where new identities did begin their 'first' experience with physical existence, and changed the face of the earth as they progressed.

The Seth Material, Jane Roberts
pg. 156, 2001

AgreeNow Jane Roberts writing: In other words, the whole frame of reality according to Seth includes far more than reincarnation and development within the physical system that we know. We have many sessions dealing with the nature of other realities, and sessions on cosmology ... One of the most important points, I think, is that God is not static Himself... as Seth says, Even this overall pyramid gestalt is not static. Most of your God concepts deal with a static God, and here is one of your main theological difficulties. The awareness and experience of this gestalt constantly changes and grows. There is no static God. When you say, 'This is God,' the God is already something else. I am using the term 'God' for simplicity's sake. All portions of All That Is are constantly changing, enfolding and unfolding. All That Is, seeking to know Itself, constantly creates new versions of Itself. For this seeking Itself is a creative activity and the core of all action.

The Seth Material, Jane Roberts
pg. 244, 2001 Source

My religion consists of a humble admiration of the illimitable superior spirit who reveals himself in the slight details we are able to perceive with our frail and feeble mind.

—Albert Einstein