To mourn is to wonder at the strangeness that grief is not written all over your face in bruised hieroglyphics. And its also to feel, quite powerfully, that youre not allowed to descend into the deepest fathom of your grief - that to do so would be taboo somehow.
By: Meghan Orourke
The bells cease, and the power goes from me, and I descend again to the world of the living; and if in some foolish confiding moment I try to explain why I want to re-live those old days, to tear the Truth out of the past so that all men shall see plainly, perhaps someone will say to me, Oh, the War! A tragedy - best forgotten.
By: Henry Williamson
Assimilation of the fruits of each past life takes place before the spirit descends to rebirth, and consequently, the character generated is fully formed and readily expressed in the subtle, mobile mind-stuff of the Region of Concrete Thought, where the archetype of the coming dense body is built.
By: Max Heindel