Talking Ass wrote: The rebirth was and still very much is 'one of the most important things' and that [and all this connotes] is why I have so little in common with QRS and their whole trip.
But rebirths are part and parcel
of our existence. This is why in Buddhism the bhavacakra came up, the wheel of cyclic existence. One is always being reinvented, in or out some transformation, growing with slower and faster rates and so on. Naturally rebirth has become a major theme
, a thread of all our personal stories. And yet there are major and minor transformations in every realm. But do we really want to go into that? Because the significance of a particular rebirth lies thoroughly embedded inside a context as you always are ready to point out. It's very hard to understand from the outside in. And yet you seem to desire to know these third party transformations, their effects
- while at the same time referring rather mysteriously to some rebirth of your self.
A certain rare ripeness of "soul", I suppose, precedes the realization that change is happening with various speeds in various settings simultaneously. And yet we don't always pick up on them. Some we do face full on and are then sometimes noted as "mystical magical shifts" or something of the kind. But they are profoundly relative. Of course.
One of the themes of my posts lately is the idea of rebirths and journeys happening metaphysically
as processes within perception. Sometimes we take part, sometimes it's just too large or too little for that. Is this vision shared? That all sorts and forms of ideas, thoughts, events, feelings and experiences which happen at various scales of life are very much rebirths too?