Reincarnation Is A Philosophical Idea

1164 WordsJun 29, 20155 Pages
Introduction: The purpose of this report is to make the audience aware about the strange yet intriguing superstition that is reincarnation. What Reincarnation Is Believed To Be: Reincarnation is a philosophical religious concept where the aftermath of a drastic, liberating biological death results in the soul being reborn into another body. The self explanatory Latin definition expressing the words entering the flesh again. Indians are one of the strong main believers of reincarnation whilst Christians are strictly against the believing of this practice. Recorded cases of reincarnation are between the ages of two and five years old and sometimes a questioning seven years at the oldest. Many people are impervious to the idea of a ‘soul’ because of how completely encased it is around around religious and dogma credulity. Some scientists quite confidently adhere that being able to consciously detach from the body and rehabilitating towards a new body does indeed happen. Scientists figure that it is a result from dramatic death experiences. Scientific Proof Of Existence: There is in fact hard evidence of soul existence and reincarnation. This is quite a large fact to a claim to, but reincarnation is indisputable and cannot be attributed to many explanations apart from chance being the most logical. But like lots of other situations we do not necessarily need hard copy proof to believe in something. For example, if the news was to tell us that there is a 65% chance that it will
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