The idea of reincarnation, as posed by the Hindu philosophy, most basically encourages doing good, and by causal intent, life will be better in the next incarnation. As the idea of reincarnation grows in popular belief, the possibility that life will or could be different in the next life is favorable and may vary pertaining to the growth needed. The possibility of such a difference hints that, hidden within the fabric of the cycle of life, there is a relationship and a law that the person will always take a path of transformation – to either more or less mature energy. Energy is not one to idle; its essence is continual change.
With this considered, we now have a compilation of lives, each accomplishing its own mission. We can now add in the factor of the accumulated growth from a previous lifetime and compare two lives on achievements and milestones related to spiritual growth. Comparing two lifetimes brings a fresh perspective to the course of spiritual development because, though we begin in a new body, spiritual memory harnesses that which is engraved in the soul. Physical lessons per lifetime will need to be relearned each life (i.e. walking, potty training), but do spiritual lessons need to be relearned (i.e. empathy, peace with others)? In comparison, it is not plausible that spiritual transformation lessons be remastered in consecutive lives, as learned spiritual virtues theoretically carry over between lives, because it is the same energetic memory per spirit. (The only exception is if there is a spiritual decline, in which the spirit degenerates from a previously mastered lesson. This, theoretically, could happen if spiritual discipline is not practiced or abandoned and ego takes over.)
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