What did Seth mean by "last incarnation" if all lives are simultaneous?

Started by a probable me, March 17, 2022, 08:27:43 PM

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a probable me

I recall that he told Jane and Rob that they were on their last incarnations... but what does that mean if all incarnations are simultaneous?

Thanks.

Sena

Quote from: a probable me on March 17, 2022, 08:27:43 PMI recall that he told Jane and Rob that they were on their last incarnations... but what does that mean if all incarnations are simultaneous?

Thanks.
Hi, welcome to the forum. How I understand it is that it is a question of perspective. As we have chosen to live in (create) physical reality, time and space are features of that reality. Therefore we think in terms of first and last incarnations. Once we leave physical reality, time and space cease to have meaning for us. From that perspective, all incarnations are simultaneous.
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a probable me

Interesting that he decided to phrase it like that, if "last incarnation" means the same thing as "incarnation." Thanks, Sena.

inavalan

Quote from: a probable me on March 21, 2022, 12:42:52 PMInteresting that he decided to phrase it like that, if "last incarnation" means the same thing as "incarnation." Thanks, Sena.
My understanding is that "simultaneous time" is a misnomer.

The physical-reality hyperspace is like a sandbox with three hyper-coordinates: physical-time, physical-3d-space, possibilities-dimension (a.k.a. probabilities).

When a non-physical entity incarnates (actually a part of an entity), it can enter any point of that hyperspace, and from there, by making choices, it starts tracing a life-line (an incarnation life) through the sandbox. Every choice made sends ripples in the sandbox in all directions (a.k.a. it changes the past and the future as perceived by that incarnational personality).

So, "last incarnation" expression isn't related to the physical-time, but it is about the "last" as perceived from the non-physical perspective of the entity that incarnates by choosing its focus in the physical-reality framework. The non-physical time (succession of events) and the physical time aren't related.

Your previous incarnation may have been anywhere in time, space, probabilities. Same about your next one, in case this isn't your "last". When I say anywhere in time, it means not only this human civilization; it can be Lemuria, Atlantis, Lumania, whatever ...

When a reincarnational entity evolves to whatever level it needed, it doesn't reincarnate in the physical-reality framework anymore (a.k.a. graduates) and moves on to other levels of evolvement. Evolvement never ends.

At our level, my understanding is that we need to learn to master creating reality, and for that, we have to learn to master our emotions, develop our intellect, develop an intuition (which is in fact the use of the inner-senses). Humans (independently of what physical-time period they live) are dominated by emotions, develop their intellect, and some have an embryonic intuition. At the other end of the spectrum, there are some humans which are still dominated by instincts.

When we're born, we're much more in touch with the non-physical aspects of our personality, but the education we get hypnotizes us into losing that knowledge as adults, which greatly hinder our evolvement. The primitive man, as non-human physical incarnation-forms too, are more aware and in touch with their non-physical aspects.
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