Hi Bluebird,After reading baob's question (and assuming that the "time is not linear / doesn't exist" concept is true/accurate, and possibly that reincarnation exists), this is what I'm wondering (and I'd like to hear Mikey's view on it): Isn't it possible that it's not that each of an individual's (earthly/human/whatever) lives is occurring at the same time, but rather that while each occurred separately, they did not do so in a linear fashion? So that, for example, an individual's lives as a woman in 1300s China, as a man in 1700s Ireland, and as a woman in 1980s US, were lived separately (not all at the same time), but not necessarily in that order?
See what I posted above for Baob. I think that answers your question. Mikey tells me it really has to do with our perspective depending what dimension we are in. His viewpoint now is different than ours because he's in a timeless place, but for us here it is past, present and future as we are under the rules of time.
Carol and Mikey "in Spirit"