Between lives elapsed time?

Irayam

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Another theory says that a being can operate several bodies at the same time. Now it gets really complicated as a time track!

And there is also the theory that we are all one.
All living beings are one. This is my favorite theory at the moment.

Imagine individuality as the air inside a soap bubble. The bubble floats in the air for a while and pop! It disappears. Has the air inside the bubble ceased to exist? No. It has mixed again with the air that exists outside the bubble.
 
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Another theory says that a being can operate several bodies at the same time. Now it gets really complicated as a time track!

And there is also the theory that we are all one.
All living beings are one. This is my favorite theory at the moment.

Imagine individuality as the air inside a soap bubble. The bubble floats in the air for a while and pop! It disappears. Has the air inside the bubble ceased to exist? No. It has mixed again with the air that exists outside the bubble.
That’s a cool analogy with the soap bubble.
 

PirateAndBum

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If you can enter a lifetime at any point on the universe's time track, then there is no paradox. There is no free will either. Everything has already happened. You're just taking the roller-coaster ride.

I actually had a recall of being external to the PU and seeing that all time was available to pick from to enter into any particular point in time.
 

Irayam

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That’s a cool analogy with the soap bubble.
Yes, I think so too, but it's not mine.
I heard it in a lecture by Sadhguru, an Indian yogi.
 

marra

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I think you could be right, but if that is true the consequences could be truly mind-bending. Suppose that you choose, after this life, to go back in time in your next incarnation and pick up a body say 100 years before the time of birth of your last incarnation (which in my case would be 1858).

Further, suppose that there's a war which you get caught up in, and either by accident or design you are involved in an incident in which the direct ancestor of the person you had been in your previous life gets killed (or it could be an auto accident, of which the proportion was much higher in the early years of motoring). Then you would never have been born in your previous life, and thus the life you're in now (which is a consequence of that life despite being earlier on the time track) wouldn't happen either ...
Yes, that is why I don't think we humans can figure it out. We think of everything in terms of our human knowledge which is probably miniscule compared to the knowledge required to understand how this works.

I've heard it said that there are multiple timelines. For instance we seem to be on a timeline where the Allies won World War II but there is probably a parallel timeline where the Allies lost the war. Similarly in our own lives. Every time we make a major decision to do either A or B there could be a new timeline opening up so that one version of us goes along the track of doing A and the other version is on the track of doing B. When we eventually end this life all of the versions of ourselves come together to pool what we learned.

I don't know if any of this is true but I do think it is all beyond our human capacity to understand it completely.
 
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Chuck J.

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I am sure that cleaning windows with newspaper does not work. Beyond that, I don't know.

Newspapers work quite well if you use Windex.

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F.Bullbait

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So you are a beautiful bubble and when you pop there is nothing but air.

That is to say nothing other than your baggage...


 
It seems to me to be approximately 3 months. Does that seem correct to any of you?

Serious answers only please.
It takes 3 long months for a thetan to go to Mars, get forgetter implant, and return to earth? We can haul our meat bodes back and forth in 7 month and remember everything.
 

Ed8

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One datum does not a statistical universe make, but here's what I have in the matter which started this thread. My friend Skylaire died on August 27, 2021. I'm OT enough to track her progress through between lives. She reincarnated on November 15, 2021. If my math is correct, that is 80 days. Well, to be more accurate about 79 and a half because she died in the evening and reincarnated in the morning. She has a nice family and should be fine.
 

Pepin

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It seems to me to be approximately 3 months. Does that seem correct to any of you?

Serious answers only please.

It's all personal experience and varies. There is no program or cookie cutter, other than the old programming from long ago.
Some people have a lot of spiritual/mental stuff to work through. I did not get a free moment until after weeks of dealing with the "Fan club", the thousands of spirits that follow me. I sent them away from me, but wouldn't really leave until I found them a body. Even time outside the body doesn't follow normal understanding; While the Fan club obsesses over a new body, I presume for 9 months, I spend 20 years watching the wife and waiting for her to join me. Since I do all of this outside of time, the length of either of these events has little meaning. However, that 20 years felt like a long time.
 
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