A question that from generation to generation excites every single person!
This question is related to the understanding of nature of the whole existence, which takes place across multiple dimensions. That is why it is necessary to get familiar with the higher dimensions. They are described in the esoteric tradition through the elements of air, fire, water, and earth.
The air element is the highest level of existence and corresponds to the world of ideas, as well as the ability of thinking in a man. The fire element is the energy that shapes ideas and gives them the power of shaping. Concrete formatting of the idea takes place in the element of water, it is the world of the astral or dreams, the imagination of a man. The element of the earth denotes the physical reality in which all ideas are materialized and achieved.
These four principles represent Tetragrammaton in Kabbalah. These are also the dimensions in which the existence of the entire nature is reflected.
Man is a microcosm
Man is made of all these dimensions, he is a microcosm. Man’s physical body exists in the element of earth. Man’s astral body in the element of water is a dream and an imagination. The man’s energy body belongs to the element of fire and the mental body to the element of air.
In addition to understanding the nature of existence through dimensions, it is also necessary to know the nature of the soul. The soul is the monad of the divine consciousness within us, the source of consciousness in general, both in man and in nature. This monad is reduced individually and splits into smaller branches until it incarnates into the human body.
In the body, it collects the experience of existence that returns to the divine source as a consciousness of existence.
Cycle of multiple incarnations
The soul is unable to perform this task during a single incarnation, but it needs more births in the body. Each soul has a cycle of multiple incarnations. The cycle of incarnations is described in detail in my book ‘Soul Guide On Planet Earth‘. There is also a detailed explanation of the relationship of the soul with the body and the world.
Thus, after the death of the body, the soul goes to the higher astral, or the celestial world, with its impressions of life, and if it has not fully realized the meaning of all events, it decides to return to the process of learning and awakening the meaning of existence. When it acknowledges that the total existence is in unity with the divine Absolute, or God, then the cycle of incarnation ceases to exist for that soul. It returns to its divine source.
Free will of the soul
Everything is happening in the free will of the soul. Therefore, everything is already connected to the divine unity. When the soul leaves the body due to death, it is currently seeing all the experiences it has had in this body for recapitulation and revenge. It then sees what it has done to other beings, and what were the consequences, it also clearly perceives how these other beings had experienced the actions toward them and then sees all its work from its own point of view as well as from other’s: subjectively and objectively.
That is why the soul decides to return to a new incarnation to perfect the understanding and the action that will be in accordance with divine enlightenment that makes it all possible. With the soul.
As can be seen, to understand the nature of existence through dimensions correctly, it is also necessary to know the nature of the soul. Each soul has a cycle of multiple incarnations. When the soul leaves the body due to death, it is currently seeing all the experiences it has had in this body – subjectively and objectively. It then decides whether to return to a new incarnation or to join the divine source.
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