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Jung on the State of the Soul’s Progression After Death

An interesting take on the determination of the soul’s progression on the other side of the veil…

“It seems probable to me that in the hereafter, too, there exist certain limitations, but that the souls of the dead only gradually find out where the limits of the liberated state lie. Somewhere “out there” there must be a determinant, a necessity conditioning the world, which seeks to put an end to the after-death state. This creative determinant – so I imagine it – must decide what souls will plunge again into birth. Certain souls, I imagine, feel the state of the three-dimensional existence to be more blissful than that of Eternity. But perhaps that depends upon how much of the completeness or incompleteness they have taken across with them from their human existence.”

(Jung, C.G. Memories, Dreams, Reflections. P. 321)

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