Mozart Reincarnation Philosophy

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Integrating the concepts

The idea of the survival of soul and the theory of reincarnation has been laid. The mission is to unify these concepts to achieve the goal of this philosophical work.

Reincarnation is an ancient belief that is widely known for this time being. As reincarnation is a verifiably concrete reality, the most commonly used method today to show us this proof is with past-life regressions under hypnosis. But this is controversial and somewhat dubious method. The best way to prove it is by rational logic, because reincarnation is self-evident.

Life is an eternal flow; the only things that change are our minds and bodies being the dresses we change into in each existence. Krsna says in the Bhagavad Gita: “Just as in this body,
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If they admit this they have tacitly admitted that Mozart's special ability is due to certain features of his brain that are not present in the brain of other human beings. Reincarnation has in a sense become redundant. It will no doubt be replied that reincarnation is still necessary to account for the special features of Mozart's brain. However, if we have reason to believe in what I call the "sufficiency" of genetics and embryology, this will take care of the last reincarnationist…show more content…
Certain religious sects demean reincarnation because it is not compatible with their own exegetical interpretation, or because it is condemned by their theologians.

Now is reincarnation a valid doctrine? Apparently, an early church council, The Council of Nicea, held around the year 400 A.D., did not think so. Reincarnation teaches that each person lives many lives and dies many deaths, but Hebrews 9:27 rules out any possibility of being born and dying over and over and over again, by declaring that it is appointed unto men to die once, and after this, comes judgment.

From a scientific point of view, Psychiatrist Brian Weiss, M.D., has written a book confirming the idea of reincarnation from a scientific point of view. Additionally, Psychologist, Michael Newton, in his book, Journey of Souls, extensively discusses the reincarnation lives of his clients which were discussed while the clients were placed in hypnotic trance states. Other “new age” authors such as Michael Roads, Edgar Cayce, and Janes Roberts have used information gathered in trance states to confirm the concept of reincarnation as

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