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Loneliness?

Discussion in 'General Afterlife Discussions' started by Kurt, Apr 9, 2019.

  1. Kurt

    Kurt Well-Known Member

    So I am aware that groups of souls reincarnate together...

    Whenever they die off the they reincarnate at the same time.

    But the first person who dies... Are they somewhat lonely in the afterlife?

    I know that everyone loves everybody so they would have company but would they be even somewhat sad that their soul group is not with them yet?
     
  2. mac

    mac Staff Member

    Individuals' incarnate lives are not governed by those of other soul cell members.

    Undertaking a further incarnation does not necessarily link to any other individual's further incarnations but could do by choice.

    As for being lonely in the afterlife remember that soul groups/soul-cells may consist of very large numbers of individuals who will be 'coming-and-going' all the time. The likelihood is that there will always be someone from your soul cell 'back home' when you return from your latest incarnation. If not then you'll understand why and there will be others to support you even if there happened to be none of your own cell-group. The total soul cell will move on together only when every member of the group has completed all her/his desired incarnations and when every individual is ready for the move.

    Naturally we may miss seeing others from our group but that doesn't mean we'll feel lonely. Loneliness is primarily something experienced in the physical, one of the panoply of experiences found in the incarnate world. Remember, too, that the way we experience things as incarnates will not be the way we experience and understand them as discarnates.
     
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