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Reincarnation and gender

 
IN CAR NATION
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yeah.. so what do you want to know?

i've been a male many times before.

what do you wanna do today?


i'm available if you want to talk about carbureators.. or girls. lol!!


Which gender do you prefer being, girly girl?

Given your nick, that's probably a stupid question,. but if the answer is female, could you elaborate on why please?

hf
 Quoting: Celtic (Pictavian)



i guess you could say this time around.. i'm a homosexual male in a female body?

cuz i like boys? i don't know!

i like dresses and pefume and boys?
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Reincarnation is simply ancesteral cellular memory of all your ancestors, all the way back.

What you describe is carnation, not re-incarnation. There is no recycling because it is unnecessary. Each being is unique and when it dies will never be coming back, otherwise we are just fathering ourselves.
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www.treeincarnation.com
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Take your pick, my friend


Thankyou Celtic, I haven't heard the expression before but I have probably always been aware of the concept! Do I believe in this concept? My friend, I believe all things are possible. Where my twin is concerned - first I must find myself!
 Quoting: Ozicell



I still have a lot to learn on this subject, but I have been told that my Twin Flame is a female and is already waiting for me on the other side of life.

In my limited understanding of it, that doesn't preclude the possibility that she might be incarnate here on Earth now.
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Which gender do you prefer being, girly girl?

Given your nick, that's probably a stupid question,. but if the answer is female, could you elaborate on why please?

hf


thats simple a girl so you can be smart all of the time
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Erhem, excuse me, Madam but there is always the chance that people who are currently incarnated as males have retained some of their feminine traits from former female incarnations.

hearts hf

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Reincarnation is simply ancesteral cellular memory of all your ancestors, all the way back.

What you describe is carnation, not re-incarnation. There is no recycling because it is unnecessary. Each being is unique and when it dies will never be coming back, otherwise we are just fathering ourselves.



www.treeincarnation.com
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Thanks for the link. I am looking into it. I have found may great jewels from GLPers.
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yeah.. so what do you want to know?

i've been a male many times before.

what do you wanna do today?


i'm available if you want to talk about carbureators.. or girls. lol!!


Which gender do you prefer being, girly girl?

Given your nick, that's probably a stupid question,. but if the answer is female, could you elaborate on why please?

hf



i guess you could say this time around.. i'm a homosexual male in a female body?

cuz i like boys? i don't know!

i like dresses and pefume and boys?
 Quoting: IN CAR NATION 766462



ok.. seriously.

boys are more emotionally sensitive than girls. i had to learn about being an emotional girl.

it's not that easy to put two polarities in one body.
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I don't know about all that but there seems to a lot of white people being born in a black body lately.
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Does anybody remember their previous life as a dinosaur, pack rat, or duck billed platypus? How about a bug? What if your current parent smashed you as a bug and then you went straight to the womb.
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I don't know about all that but there seems to a lot of white people being born in a black body lately.
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Which addresses yet another aspect of this topic, thank you
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yeah.. so what do you want to know?

i've been a male many times before.

what do you wanna do today?


i'm available if you want to talk about carbureators.. or girls. lol!!


Which gender do you prefer being, girly girl?

Given your nick, that's probably a stupid question,. but if the answer is female, could you elaborate on why please?

hf



i guess you could say this time around.. i'm a homosexual male in a female body?

cuz i like boys? i don't know!

i like dresses and pefume and boys?



ok.. seriously.

boys are more emotionally sensitive than girls. i had to learn about being an emotional girl.

it's not that easy to put two polarities in one body.
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oh and if you want to refer to my "masculine" side you can call me Thaddeus.
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I am a woman, but actually have fragmented recollection of being a male in a couple prior lifetimes.
One interesting thing about it for me, was remembering how it felt to be male. It feels different than being female.
It wasn't just that my thought processes were different. It's hard to explain. I'm going to think about how to describe it, because it's not easy. I'm not really sure that I'll be able to.

One other thing though, I also remember previous lifetimes where I was more feminine than I am now, as well. I was just really hyper-feminine and less in balance than I am now.

Don't get me wrong, I'm pretty and girlish now and considered a "girly girl" by most accounts, but I was way over the top previously. Interestingly, when I try to express my thoughts and opinions, I get accused of being masculine, especially when I'm sight unseen, in writing. It's very annoying.
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Does anybody remember their previous life as a dinosaur, pack rat, or duck billed platypus? How about a bug? What if your current parent smashed you as a bug and then you went straight to the womb.
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How about a boy who lived before?

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I still have a lot to learn on this subject, but I have been told that my Twin Flame is a female and is already waiting for me on the other side of life.

In my limited understanding of it, that doesn't preclude the possibility that she might be incarnate here on Earth now.
 Quoting: Celtic (Pictavian)


Have you considered the possibility that you are not now, nor ever have been separated from your twin and it's only thinking that creates the illusion of separation?

Notice the words of Solomon at the bottom of my post - truly he was wise beyond his time!

Whatever the eternal truth of the matter is, if you are destined to be together, then you already are together and always will be.

Why is it I can never find the words to express what is within? Most frustrating indeed!
That which is - has already been, And what is to be - has already been. Quote: King Solomon.
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I still have a lot to learn on this subject, but I have been told that my Twin Flame is a female and is already waiting for me on the other side of life.

In my limited understanding of it, that doesn't preclude the possibility that she might be incarnate here on Earth now.


Have you considered the possibility that you are not now, nor ever have been separated from your twin and it's only thinking that creates the illusion of separation?

Notice the words of Solomon at the bottom of my post - truly he was wise beyond his time!

Whatever the eternal truth of the matter is, if you are destined to be together, then you already are together and always will be.

Why is it I can never find the words to express what is within? Most frustrating indeed!
 Quoting: Ozicell



Yes, I've considered that and many other things, Ozicell.

Thanks for your input in here, much appreciated!

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Which gender do you prefer being, girly girl?

Given your nick, that's probably a stupid question,. but if the answer is female, could you elaborate on why please?

hf


thats simple a girl so you can be smart all of the time



Erhem, excuse me, Madam but there is always the chance that people who are currently incarnated as males have retained some of their feminine traits from former female incarnations.

hearts hf
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Good point

peace hf
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Take your pick, my friend


Thankyou Celtic, I haven't heard the expression before but I have probably always been aware of the concept! Do I believe in this concept? My friend, I believe all things are possible. Where my twin is concerned - first I must find myself!



I still have a lot to learn on this subject, but I have been told that my Twin Flame is a female and is already waiting for me on the other side of life.

In my limited understanding of it, that doesn't preclude the possibility that she might be incarnate here on Earth now.
 Quoting: Celtic (Pictavian)



if you are a male.. then happy days are coming!!!

yay!!!
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Reincarnation is simply ancesteral cellular memory of all your ancestors, all the way back.

What you describe is carnation, not re-incarnation. There is no recycling because it is unnecessary. Each being is unique and when it dies will never be coming back, otherwise we are just fathering ourselves.



www.treeincarnation.com


Thanks for the link. I am looking into it. I have found may great jewels from GLPers.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 667031

It is a jewel...prepare to have your mind blown!Brilliant analysis and presentation...and funny, too!
Here's a direct link...
[link to treeincarnation.com]
Once you see what reality is, you just have to laugh!

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i guess you could say this time around.. i'm a homosexual male in a female body?

cuz i like boys? i don't know!

i like dresses and pefume and boys?
 Quoting: IN CAR NATION 766462


I think there is a bit more to it than that

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Does anybody remember their previous life as a dinosaur, pack rat, or duck billed platypus? How about a bug? What if your current parent smashed you as a bug and then you went straight to the womb.



How about a boy who lived before?

[link to www.youtube.com]


 Quoting: Celtic (Pictavian)


i'll come back to this..might wake my baby up now.

isn't this a fascinating topic.

the first level of identity ... it's always gender isn't it. i don't think most people can get their minds into a state that precedes gender.. and i did that when i was 3 years old.

would i be an entirely different person today if i had been born into a male body?

how much of who we are is based on biology and how much on social conditioning, and how much is innate?

discuss...
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I still have a lot to learn on this subject, but I have been told that my Twin Flame is a female and is already waiting for me on the other side of life.

In my limited understanding of it, that doesn't preclude the possibility that she might be incarnate here on Earth now.



if you are a male.. then happy days are coming!!!

yay!!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 766462


I have androgynous qualities, but I am definitely more male than anything!

Not all males are comfortable addressing these things, mostly due to peer pressure and societal status quo.

Men are my brothers, women represent divine love for me.. I REALLY love the feminine

hf
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i'll come back to this..might wake my baby up now.

isn't this a fascinating topic.

the first level of identity ... it's always gender isn't it. i don't think most people can get their minds into a state that precedes gender.. and i did that when i was 3 years old.

would i be an entirely different person today if i had been born into a male body?

how much of who we are is based on biology and how much on social conditioning, and how much is innate?

discuss...
 Quoting: born a philosopher 766462



I hadn't even read your comment, but seem to have gotten onto a similar subject.. yes, fascinating imho
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I truly believe that we are sent here, some of us repeatedly, to learn lessons missed in previous lives.

I.E. If we were greedy and rich in a previous life, we are sent back to be poor, and to do without so that we know what selfishness means. How our actions hurt others.

I don't remember having any previous lives, but I assume I'm not new.

I am a woman currently, but have some strong male characteristics. Which is odd, considering I'm a petite blonde. I think I was male in a previous life, but never thought about it being at my essence.

I think when we join the Universal Collective Consciousness we are genderless, but would be very interested if others feel differently. And could articulate it.

Nice topic, and extremely interesting Celtic. I have learned a lot from you in the short time I have been on GLP.



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if you have the time.. let's all read this article. come back to discuss.

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I think your body is your physical form in this life. Gender is also an aspect of that. The soul/essence probably cannot be classified into a 'gender'.
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If there are those quick to discount and refuse Christianity and other religions derived from ancient writings, why is it allowed to believe in reincarnation which is also derived from ancient writings.

What is it that makes one true and the other not true?

Is it because reincarnation is the easy path and requires no effort on your part?

Are we that lazy and stupid so we place a higher value in our earth-bound finite state than the true reality of infinite state?

We are encased by, and composed of, infinite kinetics, structures, and mind (Math for example). That's a given and not from any ancient writings. It's current and present.

Why pick one over the other if all come from ancient writings? We all love a good fiction or Sy-Fy story. You don't think people of the past didn't either? You don't consider some of these writings aren't more than a fun story to tell?

Just because something comes from the past doesn't make it an absolute, a fact, or a truth anymore than doom or riches predictions for the future.
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i woke up this mornin with a blue moon in my eye...

thankfully there are no "high notes" in this one, cuz i can't hit 'em very well!

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Moonstone

The moonstone is characterised by an enchanting play of light. Indeed it owes its name to that mysterious shimmer which always looks different when the stone is moved and is known in the trade as 'adularescence'. In earlier times, people believed they could recognise in it the crescent and waning phases of the moon.

Moonstones from Sri Lanka, the classical country of origin of the moonstone, shimmer in pale blue on an almost transparent background. Specimens from India feature a nebulous interplay of light and shadow on a background of beige-brown, green, orange or brown. These discreet colours, in connection with the fine shimmer, make the moonstone an ideal gemstone for jewellery with a sensual, feminine aura. This gemstone was very popular once before, about a hundred years ago at the time of Art Nouveau. It adorns a noticeably large number of the jewellery creations of the French master goldsmith René Lalique and his contemporaries, mainly to be found in museums and collections today.

This gemstone is surrounded by a good deal of mystique and magic. In many cultures, for example in India, it is regarded as a holy, magical gemstone. In India, moonstones are also regarded as 'dream stones' which bring the wearer beautiful visions at night. In Arabic countries, women often wear moonstones sewn out of sight into their garments, for in their cultures the moonstone is a symbol of fertility.

The moonstone symbolises our being in its entirety. With its soft shimmer, it strengthens our emotional and subconscious aspects. The associations connected with that make it a "lovers' stone", evoking tender feelings and safeguarding the true joys of love. It is also said that wearing a moonstone strengthens our intuition and our capacity to understand.

What are moonstones and where do they come from?

This enchanting gemstone belongs to the large mineral group of the feldspars, of which almost two thirds of all the rocks on Earth consist. The moonstone is actually the feldspar variety known as 'adularia', a potassium aluminosilicate of gemstone quality, which is also found in the European Alps near the Adula Group hence the name 'adularia'. Another synonym for moonstone is 'selenite', from the Greek 'selene' ('moon').

In their uncut state moonstones are rather unprepossessing and afford little idea of what it is that actually constitutes their charm: that mysterious shimmer of light. For that shimmer is not really shown to advantage until the art of the cutter has been brought to bear. Classical moonstones are always cut as cabochons, the most important thing being the correct height of the stone. The cutter must also align the axes of the crystal precisely into the zenith of the stone, for that is the only way in which he will bring about the desired light effect.

Traditionally, the classical moonstones, almost transparent and with their bluish shimmer, come from Sri Lanka. However, they are also found in the USA, Brazil, Australia, Myanmar and Madagascar. Since bluish moonstones of good quality have been becoming more and more of a rarity in recent years, prices have risen sharply.

For a few years, there have also been some green, brown and orange specimens on the market, as well as some with a smoky colour and some the colour of champagne, and some black and some reddish ones, mainly originating from India. Some have a cat's eye effect or a four-spoked star as well as the typical undulating shimmer of light. These stones are not only cut as cabochons, but also as artistic cameos or engraved with the faces of children, the moon or grotesques. But they too have the shimmer of light typical of the moonstone, as do the beads which are cut from suitable raw material for gemstone necklaces.

Where does this strange shimmer of light come from?

The shimmer of light of the moonstone is something very special in the fascinating world of gemstones. Specialists refer to the phenomenon as 'adularisation'. The cause of it is the lamellar inner construction of the gemstone. Incident light rays are refracted and scattered in the stone. In this way, a unique light effect comes about, and it is this which makes the moonstone so distinctive and so desirable.

However, this beautiful gemstone does have one weak point, and that is its relatively low hardness of only 6 on the Mohs scale. For that reason, moonstones should be handled with care, for they are sensitive. Having said that, minor flaws such as may occur when the stone has been worn for some time are quite easy to remedy. A jeweller can have a moonstone which has grown matt repolished, after which it will shimmer again just as it did on the very first day.

Three-dimensional colour and seductive aura

When purchasing moonstone jewellery you will come across the most astonishing price differences. The more intense in colour, the larger and the more transparent, the more highly valued the moonstone. Really fine blue specimens display an incredible 'three-dimensional' depth of colour which the observer does not really come to recognise until the stone is moved about in a playful way. Specimens of that kind are highly esteemed on account of their rarity and their prices are correspondingly high. The colourful Indian moonstones, on the other hand, are not only very much in fashion. They are also, as a rule, somewhat more reasonably priced than classical blue moonstones. This means that today, anyone can select the moonstone to suit his or her taste and pocket.

Moonstones are treasures of Nature with a sensual and seductive aura. Not only do they like to be looked at and admired a lot; they also thrive on being worn and moved about a good deal, for only then can the soft shimmer of light which makes this gemstone so desirable really come into its own.
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If there are those quick to discount and refuse Christianity and other religions derived from ancient writings, why is it allowed to believe in reincarnation which is also derived from ancient writings.

What is it that makes one true and the other not true?

Is it because reincarnation is the easy path and requires no effort on your part?

Are we that lazy and stupid so we place a higher value in our earth-bound finite state than the true reality of infinite state?

We are encased by, and composed of, infinite kinetics, structures, and mind (Math for example). That's a given and not from any ancient writings. It's current and present.

Why pick one over the other if all come from ancient writings? We all love a good fiction or Sy-Fy story. You don't think people of the past didn't either? You don't consider some of these writings aren't more than a fun story to tell?

Just because something comes from the past doesn't make it an absolute, a fact, or a truth anymore than doom or riches predictions for the future.
 Quoting: tkwasny


Since when is reincarnation an "easy path"?

I suppose it all depends on your view of reincarnation, and what it may or may not involve.
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I truly believe that we are sent here, some of us repeatedly, to learn lessons missed in previous lives.

I.E. If we were greedy and rich in a previous life, we are sent back to be poor, and to do without so that we know what selfishness means. How our actions hurt others.

I don't remember having any previous lives, but I assume I'm not new.

I am a woman currently, but have some strong male characteristics. Which is odd, considering I'm a petite blonde. I think I was male in a previous life, but never thought about it being at my essence.

I think when we join the Universal Collective Consciousness we are genderless, but would be very interested if others feel differently. And could articulate it.

Nice topic, and extremely interesting Celtic. I have learned a lot from you in the short time I have been on GLP.



hf
 Quoting: lilmiss



Fancy an arm wrestling contest?

j/k, and thank you for responding, lilmiss.

hf
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