Reincarnation

The belief that everyone has lived many lives in the past and will live many more in the future.

Reincarnation

Reincarnation is the religious or philosophical concept that the soul or spirit, after biological death, begins a new life in a new body. This doctrine is a central tenet of the Indian religions. It is also a common belief of various ancient and modern religions such as Spiritism, Theosophy, and Eckankar and is found in many tribal societies aroun...
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reincarnation

[n] - embodiment in a new form (especially the reappearance or a person in another form) 2. [n] - a second or new birth
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reincarnation

rebirth noun a second or new birth
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Reincarnation

[Futurama] `Reincarnation` (originally titled `Resurrection`) is the 26th and final episode of the sixth season of the animated sitcom Futurama. It originally aired on Comedy Central on September 8, 2011. This is the only episode not to be animated in its regular animation, instead featuring three different segments, each segment showcasing...
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reincarnation

a second or new birth
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Reincarnation

As a doctrine or mystical belief, holds the notion that one's 'Spirit' ('Soul' depending on interpretation), 'Higher or True Self', 'Divine Spark', 'I' or 'Ego' (not to be confused with the ego as defined by psychology) or critical parts of these returns to the material world after physical death to be reborn in a new body. The natural process is c...
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reincarnation

Belief that after death the human soul or the spirit of a plant or animal may live again in another human or animal. It is part of the teachings of many religions and philosophies; for example,...
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reincarnation

Belief that after death the human soul or the spirit of a plant or animal may live again in another human or animal. It is part of the teachings of many religions and philosophies; for example, ancient Egyptian and Greek (the philosophies of Pythagoras and Plato), Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism, Sikhism, certain Christian heresies (such as the Cat...
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reincarnation

in religion and philosophy, rebirth of the soul in one or more successive existences, which may be human, animal, or, in some instances, vegetable. ... [16 related articles]
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Reincarnation

Rebirth of the soul in another body or form. This belief is most often associated with Hindus and Buddhists.
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Reincarnation

rebirth of the soul into human bodies. The oldest belief of the world, viz., that the Soul or Ego of man has lived on Earth many times previously to the present life, and will be reborn, or incarnated again, many times in the future, before the full experience attainable on this planet has been gathered, Not to bee confounded with transmigration ho...
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reincarnation

reincarnation (rē"inkärnā'shun) [Lat.,=taking on flesh again], occupation by the soul of a new body after the death of the former body. Beliefs vary as to whether the soul assumes the new body immediately or only after an interval of disembodiment. Although some religions te...
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Reincarnation

The belief that some aspect of a person's being (e.g., consciousness, personality, or soul) survives death and can be reborn in a new body at some future date. Reincarnation is often seen as a repeating cycle of death and rebirth in which future lives are influenced by past and present actions through the law of karma. Cf. rebirth.
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Reincarnation

The belief that some aspect of a person's being (e.g., consciousness, personality, or soul) survives death and can be reborn in a new body at some future date. Reincarnation is often seen as a repeating cycle of death and rebirth in which future lives are influenced by past and present actions through the law of karma. Cf. rebirth.
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Reincarnation

The belief that souls take up new bodies as part of an ongoing cycle of birth, life, death, and rebirth (see samsara). This belief is common in Hinduism. In Buddhism, they affirm the belief in reincarnation, but contend that one's consciousness is reborn, not the soul, for they deny the existence of the eternal soul. Although this belief is common ...
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