So, in the previous article we established why I have been escorted to various astral locations. But in doing so the question arose as to why, if I already have experience of these places at various stages of my existence, do I have to experience them again in this lifetime. The answer to this question, I believe, is simple and I shall now endeavour to explain.
We know that when we incarnate into flesh our limitless “God memory” is temporarily veiled from us. We also know that each incarnation into flesh represents a gradual unfolding of awareness that leads us to a greater understanding of who we really are. This unfolding is achieved via our experiences, regardless of whether we perceive them to be good or bad. If our memories were not temporarily veiled from us we would still have access to ”the wisdom of the ages” during our time within the Earth dimension and we would be able to breeze through life, thus rendering the whole journey completely pointless; it is via our greatest hardships that we gain our greatest strengths. We also get to know more about ourselves through our trials and tribulations. So, with all this in mind it is apparent to me that the whole purpose of my astral journeys is to give me access to certain detail that has been temporarily screened from me. It then jogs my memory to the extent that I have been able to write about the experiences, and in doing so, I have given others a glimpse into areas of creation that they would not otherwise have; areas of creation that exist beyond the Earth vibration.
I have been able to share with others such truths as; we are solid beings no matter what dimension we dwell in, we communicate mainly via telepathy beyond the Earth plane and that our thoughts materialise instantaneously on the astral planes. These are just three examples but I think the reader will get the gist of what I’m trying to say here.
All that remains is for me to thank Melissa in sunny California for planting the seed in my head and prompting these two articles. Thanks Melissa and I hope I have managed to satisfy your curiosity.
But, if the purpose of multiple lifetimes is to learn a series of things, doesn’t blocking those lessons learned from us seem to sabotague the whole process? And, if remembering what we’ve learned in previous lifetimes would allow us to breeze through the whole process this time, it’d seem like that was no good point in having another lifetime.
I like what you’re saying here, but I think there’s an intermediate step in your head that isn’t making it to the page. More words please 🙂
Thanks for taking the time and trouble to read my blog and leave a comment; it’s much appreciated. Sorry if my article wasn’t clear, but you make a valid point which I will attempt to clear up.
The lessons we have already learned are not blocked as such; once a lesson has been learned it does not need to be re-learned over and over again. Further, with regard to lessons already learned, our inner guidance prevents us from falling into age old traps. For example, would anyone with half an ounce of spiritual understanding contiunue to put their hand into the fire in the knowledge that it’s damn hot and going to hurt like hell?
The adventures we face with each sojourn into the flesh represent things that still need to be resolved in order for us to take further steps towards enlightenment. So, if we had knowledge of the answers it would render doing the exam pointless, and we would never truly be able to move on from where we are stuck. To use an anaology to clarify this further; I could go on the internet and purchase a bogus degree in nuclear physics but it wouldn’t make me a nuclear physicist. The worlds greatest leaders and spiritual teachers, sports professionals etc. achieved success by making great sacrifices and enduring great hardship. What I’m trying to say is that no one ever achieves anything truly worthwhile by ”breezing” through a process. There has to be some form of sacrifice along the way. Hope this has helped.