Friday, April 24, 2009

the Reincarnation

Reincarnation, literally " again made flesh”, is mystical doctrines or conviction that certain essential components d' an living being (with some alternatives only human beings) survives death to reappear in a new body. This part is often evoked like l' Spirit or the Drunk person, the “superior or True Self-service”, “divine spark”, “I” or L ' “Ego” (not to be confused with l' ego as defined by psychology). According to these beliefs, a new personality is developed during each life, in the physical world, but part of l' to be residence constantly present throughout these successive lives thus. The belief in the reincarnation is an old phenomenon. These doctrines are a central principle in the majority of the Indian religious traditions, like l' hindouism (including yoga, Vaishnavism, and Shaivism), jainism and sikhism. L' idea was also animated by some former Greek philosophers. Many pagan modern also believes in the reincarnation, as do it certain movement New Age, with the followers of spiritism, the experts of certain African traditions, and the students of philosophy esoteric like the Cabal, the Sufism and esoteric and gnostic of Christianity. The Buddhist concept of the rebirth very often called reincarnation differs appreciably from l' Hindu-founded of the traditions and the movements in Old New qu' it n' there does not have to “self” (or eternal heart) réincarner. During last decades, an important minority of the population of l' West developed a belief in the reincarnation. Films (like Kundun and birth), of the books d' contemporary authors such as Carol Bowman and Vicki Mackenzie, as well as popular songs, regularly to speak about the reincarnation. The researchers, like professor Ian Stevenson, explored the question of the reincarnation and suggestive published pieces of evidence. Certain skeptics are the critics with l' regard of this work and d' others say that more reincarnation of research is necessary.

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