In a message dated 3/31/00 8:07:59 AM US Mountain Standard Time,
<< Mark asks: Are choices really choices and contracts really contracts if
are not made or entered into consciously? >>
I don''t know that we are unconscious when we are dead. Though we
(supposedly) get many illnesses that we have created due to unconscious
repressing don't we? Or do you think we consciously choose to get ill?
<< I see this as simply a theory....and a weak one at that.
I agree, I used to make a possible argument against accepting "responsibly"
for getting Alzheimer's or "choosing" this form of disease consciously or
unconsciously due to trauma in this life time, or copping out of life. One
possibility can defunct all others, if one believes.
"conclusion that we don't actively create anything in our lives
and are merely fulfilling the covenants of our pre-birth contract"
Yes, could be?
is the case, then we are alleviated of any responsibility, as all the acts
in this play, including the ending were scripted by us prior to our
No, we can always choose not to fulfill a contract by "fighting" it. Are we
not supposed to live up to our potential in life? I think we often fail.
That is why we reincarnate on this plane (not the only reason, of course).