Beyond Human Personality

Beyond Human Personality

by Geraldine Cummins


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ISBN-13: 9781908733801
Publisher: White Crow Productions Ltd
Publication date: 12/04/2012
Pages: 176
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.41(d)

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Joyachiever More than 1 year ago
“Beyond Human Personality” by Geraldine Cummins is a channeled book that tackles debatable subjects. For instance, pages 38-40 tackle the subject of suicide in a very in-depth manner. There is information listed that some spirits that take their own life for noble purposes actually cross over to a better existence in the non-physical realm. It is pretty much implied that the karma of a man or woman who committed suicide determines where they go more than the act itself. Please know that my attention to this is unrelated to whether I would commit suicide. I personally do not believe in taking my own life because I’m aware that greater spiritual growth comes from making the best of my life until I transition from the earth realm into the non-physical sphere. However, I agree with the point made in the book that it is not another man or woman’s place to judge another person for committing suicide and where the soul of a suicide goes (due to the fact that it depends on if there was noble intent, their level of spiritual development, and personal karma). There is also an interesting chapter on reincarnation (pages 41-45). One reason why I do believe in reincarnation has to do with the fact that I am thankful for all of the blessings that I have and have a feeling that they are gifts from the good karma that my soul harvested from past lifetimes and this current incarnation (great husband, good health, good place to live, caring friends and family etc). Additionally, I believe that reincarnation helps explain why some people may be born with great beauty and/or certain racial backgrounds. After all, we do live in a society that places value on people depending on how they look on the outside (physical appearance,weight, race, economic status etc.). Yes, I am aware that high self-confidence can greatly help a man or woman’s appeal. It is just that I do not believe that everyone reincarnates, but I do feel that a loving creator would not just force all men and women to live just one lifetime in a world where others are influenced to prejudge based on outside appearance, race, weight, disabilities etc. Last, but not least, the “Solar Man” chapter (pages 69-94) discusses how there are a higher number of souls in other worlds than are on earth. There is also an indirect implication that a formerly earth-based soul is allowed to try to reside in these worlds after attaining a certain level of spiritual development. “Beyond Human Personality” by Geraldine Cummins covers so much more and is best for those who are open-minded in seeking spiritual truths from various sources.