|06-10-2008, 08:44 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: BC, Canada
Why do we forget?
This may already be answered somewhere Erin, but I'm wondering what is the reason why we "forget" our previous lifetimes?
Meaning, when we choose to come back to earth for another lifetime, wouldn't it be more efficient to remember our previous lives and experiences so that we can utilize the knowledge from those lifetimes to better ourselves in this lifetime?
I mean, what's the point of re-learning that when we touch the stove with our hands, that it will burn us. Why must we re-learn the alphabet, etc.
Seems like a rather inefficient way to evolve our consciousness.
Also, if it takes us like 20 years to fully develop our basic "human skills" for example, wouldn't we be better served as beings if we stopped dying and just continued to consciously evolve?
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