The one thing that I was told the most on here- "Suicide leads to a harder life plan"
Ok, a few questions though-
-If I am able to forgive myself, then shouldn't I be all set? I heard you are your only judge.
-Also from what I was told, don't you take part in choosing your next life? Although most people choose the harder ones to become more spiritually advanced.
-What can possibly stand in your way, if you have forgiven yourself?
I can assure you these dreams I have been having lately are flashbacks to past lives. Maybe not all of them, but a lot of them. I can also assure you I committed suicide in a past life, yet here I am, in a much easier life. Not great, not even good, but it's better then the ones before.
These are the 2 religions I am most interested in:
Buddhism's view on suicide-
"However, unlike Christianity and other religions, Buddhism does not condemn suicide, but rather states that the reasons for suicide are often negative and thus counteract the path to enlightenment"
Although it says it counteracts the path to enlightenment, it does not condemn it. Plus, as stated before, I committed suicide before and was led to a much easier life.
Catholic's view on suicide-
"There is one sin that is unforgivable – blasphemy against the Holy Spirit (Matt. 12:31, 32). 1 John 5:16, 17 also speak of a sin unto death. The context of 1 John suggests that John has in mind apostasy as being that sin unto death, for which there is no forgiveness (cf. Heb 6:4-6; 10:26). It is difficult to say exactly what blasphemy against the Holy Spirit is, but I believe it is the same sin as apostasy. In any case, neither passage implies that suicide is the unforgivable sin."
I am not encouraging suicide, but I believe it's not as big of an offense as people are saying it is. Please forgive me to anyone who I may be frustrating.