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Jesus is the way,
 the truth, and the life

 

 

 

 

Is reincarnation true?

 

 

 

 

FOREWORD

 

If we start to examine the basic views of the New Age movement and the Oriental religions, it is good to start with reincarnation. This doctrine is in the background of almost all teachings of the New Age movement and it is also the basic belief of the Oriental religions like Hinduism and Buddhism. It is estimated that approximately 25% of people in the Western countries believe in reincarnation, but in India and other countries of Asia where the origin of this doctrine are the percentage is much higher. Mainly in India and other countries of Asia they have taught this doctrine for at least 2000 years; it was generally accepted about 300 years before Christ, not much before that.

   People who believe in reincarnation believe that life is a continuous cycle; each person is born on the Earth again and again and again, and will always get a new incarnation depending on how he has lived in his previous life. All bad things that happen to us today are only the result of earlier events. We must now reap what we sowed during earlier lives. However, if we do not experience enlightenment and at the same time gain freedom from this cycle (achieving moksha), this circular life will continue forever.

In the Western world, achieving moksha is not very important. Instead, in the Western world reincarnation is seen in a positive light, mainly as a possibility to develop and grow spiritually. It does not have the similar negative nuances.

  But what should we think about reincarnation: Is it really true? Is it worth believing in? We will try to address these questions in this article.

 

 

 

Chapter 1 - Do we reincarnate again and again?

Chapter 2 - Examining reincarnation  

Chapter 3 - Reincarnation or eternal life?

 

 

 

 

Jari Iivanainen

 

 




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