We're not the only ones who believe

>> Sunday, January 29, 2006

I've been combing the web today, looking for sites about reincarnation and came upon this quote by Carl Jung, who was known as the father of modern psychology. I found this on Shirley MacLaine's website.

This concept of rebirth necessarily implies the continuity of personality. Here the human personality is regarded as continuous and accessible to memory, so that, when one is incarnated or born, one is able, at least potentially, to remember that one has lived through previous existences, and that these existences were one's own, i.e., that they had the same ego form as the present life. As a rule, reincarnation means rebirth in a human body. What happens after death is so unspeakably glorious that our imagination and our feelings do not suffice to form even an appropriate conception of it... The dissolution of our time-bound form in eternity brings no loss of meaning.




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