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How does Karma and Rebirth relate to modern theories of Evolution

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These are just my own thoughts.

 

Originally there was one, the one became aware of itself and consciousness was achieved, the one divided itself in order to interact with itself and will continue doing so until some threshold level of complexity is reached and the many individually conscious parts become aware of itself as one again. This happens at a point were the complexity no longer serves the larger bodies best interests.

 

The body contains many individual organisms which are not aware of the larger being they are supporting. Some of theses organisms functions may appear to be malevolent, but in the bigger picture they are serving a higher purpose. 

 

In the one contains the many.

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Upon death will either return to the lower form or attain a higher form depending upon your desires or lack thereof.

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On 2017-5-29 at 10:56 AM, Bikeman93 said:

These are just my own thoughts.

 

Originally there was one, the one became aware of itself and consciousness was achieved, the one divided itself in order to interact with itself and will continue doing so until some threshold level of complexity is reached and the many individually conscious parts become aware of itself as one again. This happens at a point were the complexity no longer serves the larger bodies best interests.

 

The body contains many individual organisms which are not aware of the larger being they are supporting. Some of theses organisms functions may appear to be malevolent, but in the bigger picture they are serving a higher purpose. 

 

In the one contains the many.

The first concern is that there was a beginning (having a beginning already presents insurmountable problems).

 

The second concern is that your scenario features a timeline (from one, to awareness, to consciousness, to division, to complexity, to oneness).

 

The third concern is the need to interact, especially if the one is permanent , unconditioned & timeless/infinite (everything that there ever was & everything that there ever will be, all at once & forever.)

 

 

Samsara = Conditioned & Impermanent (involves time)

 

Nibbana = (Unconditioned & Permanent (timeless)

 

 

Edited by rockyysdt

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