Reincarnation Re-engineered

Reincarnation is the philosophical or religious concept that an aspect of a living being starts a new life in a different physical body or form after each biological death. It is also called rebirth or transmigration, and is a part of the Saṃsāra doctrine of cyclic existence.

I became a believer when five years after her death she returned as the child of another family member. The purpose for her return was obvious - ipso facto I believe. I am positing that the karma for every Self and Ego may leave clues to the purpose for our reincarnation. There are 366 unique personalities, delineated by 52 cards and for 45 of these cards there are two karma cards, one positive and one negative. Using me, myself and I as a guinea pig this is my Re-engineering of Reincarnation.

 Karma for the JACK  of Clubs: Fear of Established Wisdom.

 Karma for the NINE  of Diamonds: Faith in the Golden Calf.

 - Karma for the JACK  of Diamonds: Recognition of Mental/Intuitional Power.

 + Karma for the TEN  of Hearts: SELF - INSISTENCE.

 Dharma for people born June 11 - October 30, 1943: 43 The Way of RESOLVE - YOUTH and EASE to BALANCED STRENGTH: The life purpose of the individuals on the Way of Resolve is to learn how to face any challenge or problem without backing down. To accomplish this task, those on this karmic path must develop the ability to set their resolve and make a commitment.  

Louise Hay, the mother of Meta-physics, says that we choose our parents and return to drive them crazy or bring healing to the family dynamic. Knowing the dynamic in my second family, my reincarnation experience, I believe I returned from the non-physical universe to free children from parental ideology.

My  Fear of Established Wisdom was my Christian Science upbringing.

My  Faith in the Golden Calf was my pursuit of a good heathen lifestyle.

My Karmic path 43 The Way of RESOLVE was my worst fear, public declaration of my beliefs - always lamenting why I couldn't I have been born Presbyterian or some normal mainstream religion.

  Luther Benson, my great-great uncle on my father's side, is my suspected antecedent if for no other reason his book, Fifteen Years in Hell, is all about his struggle with alcoholism, something we share in common.

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