08.04.09


I found this really interesting. Personally, I do believe in reincarnation and always have. Even from a very young age when I was taught not to. I realize that this is a polarizing view that not everyone shares but it is a subject I have always found fascinating because it gets to the very core of who we are and how we exist. I guess it has always just been impossible for me to believe that the unique energy that is who we are is individuals ever dies. I think it goes on and inhabits new forms. I do believe that time is relative and maybe so then is dimensionality. How do we know that, what we would call our soul, doesn’t move much more fluidly through time and space than we could perceive it? Maybe sometimes there is an overlap. Either way, it’s an interesting thing to think about.

Anyway, I won’t drone on because I know some get angered when I interrupt the stream of creative/design porn, so if you have the time, watch the documentary and form your own opinion. I do occasionally like to push the ‘Changethethought’ message through more than just creativity and design. Spirituality is the true source of creativity. We know so very little about our own existence and the inner workings of our being.

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5 Responses to “Past Life Memory”

  1. Eli Says:

    Personally, I would love to see a lot more droning! It’s always my favourite kind of stuff and one-ups all the design porn I seem to be addicted to every time. I guess we can all be considered to have porn problems . . .

  2. gemma Says:

    oh I can’t wait to watch this after work. thank you so much for interrupting your plethora of design porn. Its what keeps me coming back to your blog.

  3. Christopher Cox Says:

    Gemma, I couldn’t tell if that was sarcasm or not but I’ll take it.

  4. gemma Says:

    definitely NOT sarcasm!!! I couldn’t wait until after work to watch it and I ended up watching it on my lunch break. I found it to be incredibly eye-opening and, especially in recent years, I find that these ‘unexplainable’ themes occur more and more in our daily lives. Thank you for posting!

  5. Mike Says:

    Very interesting! Thanks Christopher for posting. :)

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