[Excerpt from TT: 2009-02-08]
[Geraldine] Hello, Michael :) My question has to do with the term non-linear and incarnations. In discussion groups some are saying this means that incarnations work like time-travel. For example, one might live one incarnation in the 20th Century and then the next one in 6,000 BC with the corollary that one could live different Soul Ages in any time. However, I’ve noticed that no one get channeled as experiencing a future life for the “now” incarnation. I’ve interpreted it to mean that lessons learned, agreements completed, External Monads completed, or karma earned and burned isn’t dealt with in consecutive lives, but more in a hopscotch manner. Could you elaborate on what non-linear incarnations means?
[Excerpt from TT: 2008-02-10]
[Question] All choices are valid, but does it make sense to try to make more ‘progressive’ choices, and how does one identify such choices if it does?
[Michael Entity] We would ask that you define “progressive.”
[Response] that furthers ones progress, development…
[Michael Entity] We have yet to see a choice that does not already do this. There are no choices that regress a personality or essence, but is always “progressive” to some degree and development.
[Excerpt from TT: 2005-05-01]
[Annsge] Does the 7th Internal Monad always mean physical death?
[M Entity] No, but only rarely. Those who transit a Soul Age within one lifetime will go through a psychological “death” of sorts, and during the process, despite being alive, the 7th Internal Monad would apply. By extension, a new “Birth” would also result. However, in these rare cases of Soul Age transition within a lifetime, there is also an overall “arc” of the 7 Internal Monads that remain within the context of physical aging.