HOW ARE SOULS CREATED?
Think of an empty pan that is round and imagine it full of water. An Analogy of reincarnation: Imagine a round pie pan of water and what happens when you throw a small ball into the center of it. The initial splash sends the water over the edge of the pan. The moving waves each represent a lifetime. A new soul is thrown into physical matter. A new soul is thrown into the pan of water which..
Past, present and future lives are commonly represented with a line, A Linear example of past, present and future lives. On our line, the past would be at the beginning. The present in the middle of the line and the future as the end of the line.
A more accurate example of lifetimes is the reincarnation experience would be a circle with the center aspect representing the soul or higher self. Lifetimes would be represented as ripples. If you were to throw a ball into the center of a circular pan of water, the first thrust of ripples are the most forceful and some would even spill over onto the floor outside the pan. The resounding ripples that resonate as the 2nd wave would be an example of the next or present lifetimes. The smaller ripples resulting from the remaining waves, from the force of initially throwing the ball into the water are the future lifetimes.
The early lifetimes are forceful. They are the biggest waves. This is because a new soul has the most to experience, the most energy, the most enthusiasm of the physical life.
The next set of waves are the kinetic energy from the first waves, still strong but less forceful. Here we are more selective of the experiences we choose, we are no longer a “blank slate”. We have the need for very purposeful experiences.
The final ripple is smaller, more faint, and the phase of one of our experience are more precise, more purposeful. Here we need very exact experiences to complete our journeys on the physical levels.
When the water comes to stillness our time here is done, when the water has stopped we have completed our cycle on the physical level.
Stillness is good to meditate on, stillness in a moment of light, creates a connection to God. God cannot know stillness, God is not aware of a present moment or a single moment. God knows all things at all times in all ways.
Each soul returning to the source empowers our creator with a new aspect that enriches God as our parent. For God will never know true stillness- still waters, still time. A single perspective, a single moment of light that is what we share with our God.
I stand before God in all of God’s wonder and light. I stand before God-As a soul on a journey to light and to become something I can never become, God, for I have memory of time, of a light touch across my face on a sunny day. I can never achieve a place beside God, because I have journeyed into time and space. For this same reason, God can never become me.
We both cling to be one another we both long to be what we are not, but we also long to be more than who we are. We both find a place and a way to merge and to share, and through that sharing the longing we feel ceases. We know we are, and that is enough.