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> Question from Email:
> Thanks for the great website. I have a question: in meditation #40,
> you mentioned that if a person has their ashes put out to sea they
> would be eaten by fish which could then be eaten by a human being,
> that if ashes were put to the land they could nourish a plant which
> was ate by another human and so one could then become a part of the
> cells etc. This raises some questions for me:
> 1. What happens if, instead of being thrown to the land or sea ones
> ashes are placed in the ground in an urn? It could be thousands
> thousands of years before the urn would disintegrate (we are still
> finding pottery from Neanderthal man - 10,000 years ago)
> 2. Are the only people who gain 'eternal life' those who are lucky
> enough to have their ashes eaten by a fish, or part of something
> exhaled or breathed by a human, and what happens to the souls of
> people not lucky enough for this to happen?
> Thanks again for the answers, and I look forward to your reply.
G: the souls (mind tendancies and subtle body) go onwards to a new
adventure ..... it is simply the discarded form that is being re-
cycled by nature.... so have no fear about a soul not being lucky
enough to be integrated back into the eco-system....
shanti shanti Maha Shanti Om ...g...