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“all things return to their source”
- Walter Russell

”The essential purpose of reincarnation is self improvement.” - Michael Newton

“Birth in the physical is death in the spiritual. Death in the physical is the birth in the spiritual.” - Edgar Cayce

”As the day disappears only to reappear in its proper periodic interval, so must man reappear. All appearances and disappearances are periodic. Also are all reappearances periodic. Appearances and disappearances are but moving points in the cycle of Mind.” - Walter Russell

”You must learn to think of the negative body as the thought-body – or thought-record of the material body. And you must learn to think of your thought-body in space as the reversed opposite of yourself. You must learn to think of loved ones who have 'passed on' – and all things else which have had material bodies – as but having interchanged from their positive to their negative counterparts – or from their material body to their thought-body.” - Walter Russell

“It means much to have loved, to have been happy, to have laid my hand on the living Garden, even for a day.” - J.L. Borges

(todo: soul levels, responsibilities, …)


“Man's soul is but the memory of the evolving idea of man. Out of the soul the body is again born. The soul is but the record of man's thinking. (…) The soul of man contains a complete and exact record of every action and reaction of thinking man.” - Walter Russell

He who walks toward the Light through right action writes new lines of Light upon his Soul, but he who walks toward the dark takes on the dark, and no Light is there in him. Hear thou Me when I say that man writes his own record of his thinking, and his acting, in his own immortal Soul; and that which man writes there will be repeated in the patterened seed of the reborning of that man unto eternity.” - the Universal One (via Walter Russell)

(todo: life selection, pre-conception parental communication, …)


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“Dante's Paradise” - Gustave Doré

“Nothing can happen more beautiful than death.” - Walt Whitman

“We are such stuff - As dreams are made on, and our little life - Is rounded with a sleep.” - William Shakespeare

“A man matures at about forty, which is about one half of his cycle. During all of that period of time he is growing stronger and is more vital. From that moment, however, he begins to die. His genero-active maximum is reached and his radioactive period begins. He may still grow stronger in body but his cells are dying faster than he can keep them regenerated. When he is about eighty death has caught up with the power which charges bodies into life.” - Walter Russell

“In death the soul withdraws the mind and all its energies and senses upward to the optic thalamus, and leaves from there, as an energy radiation, through the top of the head - through the same path of the fontanels through which the energy (soul) entered the body while in the mother's womb. At death, all connections with the nerve centers of the body are broken. The soul's energies are withdrawn from the extremities first, and these become cold and rigid. From the lower nerve centers or chakras upward, the soul gathers its energies and retires upward and inward to the brain. From the brain it leaves the body, like a radiant light. Any one who has attended a dying person, if he is at all sensitive, could be aware of this.” - Randolph Stone

Death is a life period of sleep for total bodily regeneration, just as the daily sleep is for partial bodily regeneration. Regeneration of the soul is reincarnation of the body.” - Walter Russell

“There is no death, however, for the living tree still lives in its Soulseed and will again emerge from its invisible Soul to again live as the mighty visible oak. Death is always balanced with life. As one ceases the other becomes.” - Lao Russell

“Thus all things altered. Nothing dies. And here and there the unbodied spirit flies.” - Ovidius Naso

“You would know the secret of death. But how shall you find it unless you seek it in the heart of life.” - Kahlil Gibran

“And when the earth shall claim your limbs, then shall you truly dance.” - Kahlil Gibran


”(…) homecoming can take place in two types of settings. A few souls might briefly meet a returning soul at the gateway and then leave in favor of a guide who takes them through some preliminary orientation. More commonly, the welcoming committee waits until the soul actually returns to their spirit group. This group may be isolated in a classroom, gathered around the steps of a temple, sitting in a garden, or the returning soul could encounter many groups in a study hall atmosphere.“ - Michael Newton

“Many of my clients speak about being in research library settings soon after rejoining their soul groups. I have come to accept the idea that it is a standard learning imperative that we begin to study our past lives in depth right away.” - Michael Newton


”(…) after souls arrive back into their soul groups, they are summoned to appear before a Council of Elders. While the Council is not prosecutorial, they do engage in direct examination of a soul's activities before returning them to their groups. It is not unusual for my subjects to have some difficulty providing me with full details of what transpires at these hearings, and I am sure these blocks are intentional.“ - Michael Newton

Every aspect of a life is dissected, even to the extent of reverse role playing in the group, to bring greater awareness. By the time souls reach the intermediate levels they begin to specialize in those major areas of interest where certain skills have been demonstrated.” - Michael Newton


(todo, see also: soul graduation)

“There comes that time in a soul's existence when it is ready to move away from its primary soul group. (…)” - Michael Newton