I continue to develop my ideas about past lives. It’s unexpected because my thoughts on this topic have been more or less stable all my life. It’s not that I’ve not believed in them. I’ve never disrespected people who consider past lives, but I have never found the concept useful, personally.
My chart is pretty focused. I’m grounded and ambitious, with endless ideas and non-stop problems of a serious nature. I’ve felt that focusing on the life I’m living, that’s always full to overflowing, made the most sense to me. I have a new idea now. I’m not totally committed to this but I think my ideas are sound and logical; enough so I’m willing to put this out here.
I used to think that some people used the idea of multiple lives to excuse themselves from making an effort in this life. It’s seemed to me, it would be demotivating to think you had endless time to work things out.
This idea also does not ring true to me, deep down. I have never felt a person can go on with their bad self and not hit a wall, eventually. Opting to believe this was possible has always felt like a trap to me. Something to not fall into.
I still think it’s a trap! But I had an idea. I’m always trying to do right and I mean, I really try. REALLY try. This does not mean I am successful but I am definitely trying to mind the lines that exist in life and stay on the right side of them. I know other people like this; a lot of them.
It hit me: what if this behavior is an indication of an “old soul”, so to speak? People like this KNOW we’ll get our ass kicked if we mess around. Been there, done that, had it happen to us and seen it happen to others, over and over and over and over.
When I separate people by this criteria and this criteria alone… everyone who lives this way, seems to know that comeuppance is a thing. It’s not a question in their mind. Could this because due to experience?
This person comes to mind:
I’m suggesting, experience teaches a person to mind metaphysics.
What do you think?