Our For and Against Reincarnation debate, launched in February and argued so persuasively by Roy Stemman and Leslie Price, has so far attracted an amazing 116 comments.
A number of these have widened the debate to include related topics such as regression therapy, soul groups and free will.
A further interesting and important question has been posted on the debate thread by one of our readers – Madeleine – who is concerned not with reincarnation but with relationships in the Spirit World.
I’m going slightly off topic here, and asking a question on the assumption that there will be reunion in the spirit world for all individuals who have loved each other deeply in this physical world. If that assumption is correct (and all the great guides have said it is), what happens to those individuals who have not had the privilege of deep love on this earth? Who will they reunite with, if anyone? Are they effectively condemned to an eternity without ever knowing the joy of deep one-to-one love? I would be very interested to read other people’s thoughts on this.
Madeleine’s question will strike a chord with many. Not everyone is fortunate enough to experience a truly loving relationship during their physical life. They may have been abandoned at birth, and not ever have known a subsequent loving relationship. Others will have endured an earthly lifetime which is a nightmare filled with abuse, rejection and even violence. Yet the ideal of a truly loving relationship remains something that almost all of us long for, and only some of us are lucky enough to find.
So that this very important and sensitive issue can be discussed more fully, we’ve set up a new thread for your comments. Share your thoughts with our readers. As ever, Spirit of PN is a free and uncensored forum for everyone. We will publish any and all comments that are courteous and respectful of others.