Will You Wait for Me in Heaven? How to Know if Your Loved One Will Reincarnate Before You Arrive
Ever worry that your deceased loved one will move on to another lifetime and won’t be there to greet you when you return home? If so, this article is for you.
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Many people worry that their deceased spouse, child, or parent might reincarnate before they, themselves, die. Said another way, when we learn about past lives, what often follows is a concern that our deceased loved one will move on to another lifetime and, therefore, not be there when we die; that is, they won’t be there to greet us when we arrive home in the spirit world. This article addresses this concern.
This common cause for worry is rooted in a mainstream misunderstanding between two words: soul and spirit. What you’re about to read will bring clarity to this confusion.
Most people tend to use the words “soul” and “spirit” interchangeably. Even dictionaries offer the word soul as a synonym for the word spirit. Yet, these terms are as different as father and son. Additionally, understanding the distinction between these two words is like finding a missing puzzle piece that clouded your understanding of life after death. Suddenly, certain mysteries of the afterlife become clearer and easier to decipher.
While there are few original thoughts within the framework of afterlife research, this eye-opening distinction may be my most useful contribution to originality. When I first introduced this explanation in my 2014 book, Answers About the Afterlife, several authors and experts in the field applauded the discovery. I had already appreciated how this explanation cleared the fog for myself, but it was a bonus to learn that others found it invaluable as well. I’m now adding to my book’s explanation in order to expand your understanding of this subject even further.