Monday, 10 June 2013

Fanatics and the soul's perspective


Fanaticism is a tendency among several human beings. They think they can serve their God better by being loyal to their own religion over others. However, killing other souls  spreads negativity and makes these people suffer from heavy karmic debts in future lives.

The soul takes birth in different religions over life times to experience variations in ideologies and connect to the Creator in unique ways. During past life regressions it is found that people who are fanatic in one life are fanatic in every life whichever religion they may be born into. Such people have the tendency to divide God not realizing that God's ideology remains the same in all religions. 

God is ONE whatever you may label him . If we view God as one whole body, then different religions may represent different aspects of the body but they all have the same intentions.

The soul perceives only feelings underneath the names and forms. For the Soul , God is the same in each religion it is born into . At the feeling level, God feels the same whether you are a Hindu, a Muslim or a Christian . The soul is an energy being and can only understand energies underneath feelings. Knowledge may be represented in several religious texts ion several different ways but it is all complementary, not competitive.

As is explained in detail in the book IN SEARCH OF HAPPINESS : how past lives affect the present , a soul's perspective


" excerpt from chapter 14 - The Fanatic General - The soul's Perspective " 


"The soul does not belong to any religion. The same soul can be born as a Hindu, a Christian, and a Muslim or in any of the various other religions of the world, as it wants to have different experiences. Each religion uses a different way to express the same feeling. It is like using different kinds of vehicles to reach the same place.

Each God represents a type of energy; yet, energy is one whole. It cannot be divided as it merges as one. Spending a life and dying as a fanatic is a waste of effort from the soul’s perspective because in the celestial realms, God is not divided. The celestial realms may be viewed as corporate houses where each type of God works to bring harmony in the lives of people who follow its ideology. But, the Gods don’t fight against each other as there is a power of Oneness above the division of labour. 

The Old Man ( spiritual guide of the lead character ' Dev" in the life between life space which he went into to take guidance in the past life session detailed ) explained fanatic tendencies as

 ‘It is the soul taking revenge against itself’ . The person became a fanatic Hindu in this life to make up for the atrocities done by him when he was a fanatic Muslim.
It is clearly revealed in this session that it is not the soul which is fanatic, but the human mind .The human mind interprets the need of the soul to do justice to one particular race, as hatred for another race.

It is the individualized human mind that wants to be one up on others in its zeal of competition, which creates division. Humans have branded everything as superior or inferior in the spirit of competition including God. Under the robe of competition only one God can be superior. Irrespective of which race the soul is born in, it wants the God of that race to be superior. For example, Dev was a fanatic whether he was a Muslim, a German or a Hindu.

From Dev’s example, fanaticism appears to be a mental disease for a reincarnating soul. The fanatic thought process continues life after life irrespective of the fact that the soul is born into a different religion in each life.

Dev’s soul wanted him to realize that he has to fight against its rigid thought process which makes him want to make one race supreme or one perspective supreme.

 Though Dev killed in the name of God, he sinned. He devolved by the spiritual definition of karma because he took away the purpose of life of several innocent souls, spread negativity in his own life and became less intelligent as a soul, since he killed without sane logic.

 His soul did not expand its mental horizons in terms of evolution of human consciousness when it tried to survive using animal consciousness viz. killing out of fear or for food. He killed in the name of God but he was paid a salary for it by his king. So, he killed for money using God as an excuse for gaining power in monetary terms.

When we use the doctrine of ‘ survival of the fittest ‘, as Dev did while trying to prove his race supreme, we devolve to animal consciousness where we kill another to eat ourselves. As humans, we have to rise above competition and violence, as we have the brains to develop technology wherein we can survive as a whole, and not in exchange of one another.

Dev was told in his session that he would get peace of mind if he heals the souls whose purpose of life he took away. He was not told that he has to kill other souls to repay his karmic debt.
 The soul would find it easier to deal with negative emotions and evolve if developing emotional maturity is given a priority on Earth over competing for pure financial success, which does not lead to happiness, per se. If competition was not important, would fanaticism still be used as a panacea for explaining differences in human thinking? 

 The pull towards fanaticism is a test for our soul. The test is to resist the temptation of proving oneself or one view as more powerful than others and, instead, to integrate viewpoints. Fighting over religion, from a soul’s perspective, is like little children arguing on whether to write with a pen or pencil or colour.


 Our soul evolves by understanding different perspectives while choosing to use each at different times according to contextually varying individual needs.

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