We Remember our Entire Past in the Womb

truthIn the book, Between Heaven and Earth, there is a passage, where Clarencio, Andre Luiz’s team leader talks about the process of reincarnating while in the womb. Clarencio discusses the difference between discarnation and reincarnation.

He tells Andre:

“The difference between the two processes is that the discarnating soul, even when the deplorable conditions of suffering and inferiority, is advancing to relative liberation, whereas the reincarnating soul is undergoing the process of returning to the webs of dense matter, in

Between Heaven and Earth

Between Heaven and Earth

spite of being guided by noble objectives of evolution. It is for that reason that, led to organic reconstitution, we relive our entire biological past during the early stages of the fetal organization, albeit quickly. During the reconstruction of the form that will be used while incarnate, each person automatically relives his or her entire past, stopping at the highest configuration that he or she has acquired for his or her endeavor, according to his or her degree of evolution.” [Francisco C. Xavier, Between Heaven and Earth, 2011, p. 185]

Hence, before we are transformed and set off to the college of earth, we once more visit the rights and wrongs we committed. I believe it serves to reinforce our commitment to the plan we helped build to allow our elevation and to set in place the latest and most complete set of the two items we may bring with us; our conscience and instincts.

7Tenets-small3DIf you would like to see how the spirit world guides us during our time on earth, you should read my book, 7 Tenets of Spiritism – How They Impact Your Daily Life. It will provide with the knowledge of how the spirit world loves and cares for us while we are here on earth.

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