Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Abraham Hicks: Reincarnation Contradictions

Adding to the case against Abraham Hicks, is this latest find, a revealing contradiction between two workshops, when Abraham is discussing the subject of reincarnation.

JERRY: Would their reincarnation then be back into the same mess?

ABRAHAM: Their reincarnation occurs from the position that they hold from broader perspective. If their broader perspective is similar to their physcial perspective--and very often it is. Very often it is one in the same. In other words, if suddenly in an instant, POOF, there you go. It's not going to happen, but if you went this moment, you would not find yourself strangers to yourself. In other words, your nonphysical you would be very familiar to you. The desires--the desire--for freedom and growth and upliftment and joy that you feel fleetingly here, you would feel powerfully and you would recognize if you were to make that transition instantly. And so, for the most part, what you are living in this life experience, would not be so far from who you are from broader perspective. Which means very likely, if that is the way that they are approaching physical experience, that--you see the law of attraction is constant. It is the same in the physical or nonphysical--and so they would have that experience again.

North Los Angeles, CA, 3/22/03
ABRAHAM: Well, there is that. In other words, what you sow you do reap because Law of Attraction says that which you offer vibrationally is that which you bring back. But it does not pass on from lifetime to lifetime to lifetime in the negative sense that people mean because when you re-emerge into nonphysical, you re-emerge into pure positive energy, and when you come forth into your next incarnation, you come forth from that place of pure positive energy.

In the 1990 workshop, Abraham clearly says that the Bangladeshi people will reincarnate into a similar experience because their broader perspective is not far from the one they hold in the physical. In the 2003 workshop, they state that we re-emerge into pure positive energy and that this is the place that we reincarnate from. It will be fun to see how Abers reconcile this discrepancy...

1 comment:

  1. This contradiction was one of the first to dawn on me when I woke up from my Aberhaze. These days Estherham says death is a "clearing house" and very strongly emphasizes that you don't take anything "out of the vortex" with you. I wonder how much else has changed since 1990!