Anita Moorjani against Martinus

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    I just came across Anita Moorjani that is a New York Times best selling author of the book Dying to be Me, and knowing how Martinus handle reincarnation and trying to compare all that stories and to verify them, it seems to be at least 50% coincidence with Martinus…
    I’m not sure if anyone is still up to this but I felt like posting question since both sides I found intriguing.

    She says reincarnation doesn’t work and we solve all karma issue in present moment, might be logical, but how it goes with Martinus, I was wondering can we have some separate after life experience depending on our karmic signature? It might be she went though process that is usually different than regular in order to reset karma?
    Just curios…



    Interesting with Moorjani’s story:

    Could you tell me more about what she says about reincarnation?

    According to Martinus we reincarnate again and again until we are fully developed, in God’s likeness. Until we are all loving. The case for reincarnation is pretty simple, because life has to be viewed as very unrighteous and unfair without it, since the life of two people can be very different. Does Moorjani for instance have an answer to what happens to a young child that dies? According to Martinus the child is simply born again through reincarnation.

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