The paradox of mortality, in the context of immortality

Every day, your physical body suffers a little decline of its “charge of vitality” – so to speak, to simplify the complex biochemical processes that gradually lead a material organism to its consumption.

An analogous event takes place in the psychic field, although in an even more sinuous and intricate way. Personality characteristics, traits of character, idiosyncrasies of the ego, within the same lifetime and (more perceptively) in the course of various reincarnations, wear themselves out and gradually head toward death.

The evolution of spirit, therefore, unfolds itself, in other words, through weariness in relation to imperfections, through saturation of vicious patterns, through overcoming psychological and moral limitations.

The eternal individuality goes through long periods of experience and, through reiterated activities, develops its structures and voluntarily detaches from certain aspects of itself that seemed very dear, if not a priority, to it. And this detachment, on a deep level, has nothing to do with sacrifice but with a natural disinterest in what used to excite its soul.

Just as teenagers do not get excited about children’s play, nor do adults feel attracted to subjects that, ordinarily, allure teenagers. Older spirits in the evolutionary journey, relative to the average range of consciential refinement of today’s earthly humanity, consider disinteresting, tiresome, addictive or even repulsive what less mature people strive to achieve: possessions, power, prestige or any other games of egoic dispute which make human pathways full of suffering and tragedies, both individually and collectively.

Gradually, but surely, the percentage of the ego’s predominance and its disastrous consequences are reduced, in the human heart, giving way, little by little, at times by leaps and bounds, to the likes and passions of the Spiritual being that, in essence, we all are.

And thus it prospers, in the heart of the creature, the vocation of service to the common good, the deepening and the sophistication of feelings in interpersonal relationships, the impulse to apply all internal talents and external resources to benefit an ideal or of a humanitarian cause, the meditative, intellectual, artistic or devotional practices that lead the conscience to the ecstasy of the communion with heavenly geniuses, with the angels or holy souls of God, with the Divinity Itself.

Benjamin Teixeira de Aguiar (medium)
Eugênia-Aspásia (Spirit)
in the Name of Mary Christ
LaGrange, New York, USA
September 28, 2021


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