20 thoughts on “The Gift of Being Human

  • Hey Christian
    Loved this one, the lady interviewer looked so enthusiastic to have you on.
    A question that I’ve been pondering for a while: do you think that the areas people struggle in to conquer fears are random or more pre-planned? To be more specific, seems to me that people have re-occurring issues in certain areas such as sentimental relationships, substance abuse issues (including food), gambling , finances etc. So while guy A might spend years from one car crash relationship to another, guy B’s main issue might be that he’s in a financial roller-coaster. Is this random or the system nudges certain girls towards A and certain financial situations towards B, taking into consideration what would be best for each person and how he would learn more efficiently?

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    • Great to hear from you Vlad! The life context is pre-planned for what experience(s) it may enable us, and then, we make choices. Since we have fear (yet-unevolvedness) in certain ways, we tend to “get what we fear” here (Tom Campbell’s words). Note that the demonstration of the physical habit itself may arise for a variety or reasons, or from different fears. For instance, two people might manifest re-occurring issues in sentimental relationships: one might be because of fear of vulnerability/ inability to trust, and the other might be from fear of feeling unworthy of love or shameful. Yes, the fear does tend to prompt re-occurrence of whatever circumstance might help us process it (which might be different circumstance-types for different people). Of course, many circumstances are “random,” but, the fear we have is just who we are at this time (not random), and that fear tends to yield consequence through both our choice making (we make choices in, say, relationships out of fear), and also through how it nudges the probabilities of how things will physically align or manifest. Does that help sir?

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  • Hey Christian
    I see that in the ‘recommended page’ you have Neale Donald Walsh…are you also familiar with Neville Goddard? I noticed a common thread between these 2 authors regarding manifesting what you want to have or be in life. So for instance the key in manifesting according to them is not to wish to have more money or X job but to actually feel how it would be to have that money or be in that job. This is along the Mark 11:24 verse, that I also heard Eckhart Tolle mention. So when 3 different people mention the same thing, one has to pay attention, right? 🙂

    My question is this: by overly concentrating on trying to manifest a very specific thing (say job X instead of having plenty of money or getting into a relationship with person A instead of getting into a mutually loving relationship) aren`t we in fact missing the bigger picture? I mean, it may see from our narrow human perspective that this job is perfect, but it may lead us on a less favorable path compared to a different job or a business opportunity that at this moment we don’t even envision. Or it may seem that this is the perfect person to get into a relationship with but he/she might be just a test the universe sent us to see if we’re truly ready for a good relationship.

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    • Yes, generally speaking when the human “gets what it wants” (what it can identify as wanting), that is often less optimal of a path than might otherwise be possible. I am not super knowledgeable in the process of manifestation, but meanwhile, it is not really the ego thoughts (which may have specific tangible goals in mind) that have the power, but the being-level vibration and intent (which may align with something else anyway). So what we’re telling ourselves we want to manifest specifically may not be the real ‘signal’ anyway.

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  • Greetings Christian, Your discussion on Youtube was fantastic.. How in your opinion does Jesus fit into the scenario of picking a life to live? Did he go through the same process? or is there another option that his path took? Thank you,,.
    Gene

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  • I have just recently come across Christian Sundberg (about 1 month ago) and find his testimony VERY interesting! His was a recommended video when I was on YouTube watching videos of NDE’rs.

    I am just now also beginning to watch videos of Tom Campbell because Christian says he learned a lot about consciousness from Tom’s lectures/books. One thing I heard Tom say is that Christianity (and other earthly belief systems) are “tools” that we use to help in our reconnection to what is real – I am paraphrasing so I hope I am not misstating him.

    In light of that, I would like to ask anyone who is open to discussion, would you care to set up a Zoom session where we can discuss these concepts that Christian and Tom are explaining, IN THE LIGHT OF BEING A CHRISTIAN here in this earthly plane? I have questions and thoughts that I would like to bounce around with other Christian Believers as it pertains to what Tom and Mr. Sundberg are expressing.

    No religion bashers, no individuals who are wanting to call Mr. Sundberg/Tom’s experiences ‘heresy’, just sincere Christians who want to explore what has been expressed from these two men in the light of what we have been taught and have believed as Christians.
    Thank You
    Sharron

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    • Hey Sharon
      Fundamentally the models of reality of Tom Campbell and Christianity are different. The first one presents a joyful experience of souls incarnating here as humans to further develop themselves. One life is like a chapter in a very big book. The second one presents a rather draconian experience of a soul having just one shot (one lifetime) of making it (going to heaven) or losing it (going to hell). I guess Christianity can be seen as a tool…the Bible was my first foray into spirituality. But like any tool (say a knife) it can be used for good or bad things.

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      • Sir Vlad,
        Very respectfully sir, as you’ve mentioned, the divine works through Earthly belief systems. I, too, started considering what I was discovering in my awakening through a Christian framework, because that was very meaningful for me, and because I felt my (real) relationship with the divine through that context. I feel exploring the higher context through any given framework or belief system- whether it be Tom’s My Big TOE or Christianity- is worthwhile, especially because we understand reality through our human form contexts (belief systems) while we are here. Even Tom’s model is, after all and in his own admission, “only a model.” 🙂 All form is inaccurate; and meanwhile it can help to try to view the big picture through any given set of form. Anyway just as a comment because I feel Sharron’s exploratory question is very worthwhile. 🙂

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  • Thank you both! Vlad, I see what you are saying – these are the very type of apparent ‘inconsistencies’ (if they are indeed inconsistencies) that i am interested in discussing with others. I appreciate you pointing this out. And, to Christian, thank you as well! I do indeed hope that I can freely express questions, comments, thoughts, etc. with the rest of my brothers and sisters as we seek what is real and true. Blessings to you both!

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  • Thank you, Thank you…I found you just recently Christian, and I have no words of how deep it went. My life has been hard, abusive upbringing on every level. And I have come a long way in healing, but there is a huge amount of fear in me (of obvious resons) but – you really have inspired me to – trying meeting my fear – concrete and in one different way now, And hopefully will this turn my life even more Lovingly. I must read your book as well. Bless you ❤

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  • Hi Christian,I’ve been kinda researching the afterlife topic for a while now and I’ve noticed that some channeling things from other sources include Christian figures. I am not Christian, so does it matter that they contact those figures or no? (Sorry idk how else to phrase the question).
    My next question is do we forever keep our individuality even after we feel that we’re done reincarnating?
    And final question is that a lot of the stuff you talk about and mention is it from personal memories and research from others as well or..?

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    • Hi Emily! To your first question: Do you mean does it matter that a message is coming from, say, Jesus, versus some other source? I feel the most succinct answer would be: Does it help you? As Tom Campbell suggests, I would encourage both open-mindedness and skepticism as we appraise all information; meanwhile, is the information helpful? Identifying the “actual source” might not be simple, but meanwhile is probably not always super relevant. To your second question, yes we keep our individuality, it is precious and preserved: can you sense the preciousness of you? But that individuality does not mean “separation”- individuality and Oneness can be simultaneously known, even as we might go experientially “far” in a certain “direction along that spectrum” (big quotation marks here because this is not dualistic spectrum) at any given “point in time.” For example right now we are experiencing a significant state of separation and individuation; and later we might experience our true nature as “one with the ocean”- but still, the drop still exists and is precious. This is a super crude metaphor, and probably a pretty terrible one actually (lol!- I’ll risk it anyway!), but perhaps we might think of a hard drive, and the soul as a folder on that hard drive with sub-folders (incarnations) within it. If you return to knowing that you are in fact “made of” hard drive, and are really the whole hard drive, does that mean the folder needs to be deleted? No, the folder is very valuable, and can be accessed at any time. (Sorry that metaphor is so dry! The Spirit is so full of Life and wonder and joy, I generally avoid super dry metaphors!) To your third question- what I share arrives as a result of of personal memories (including pre-birth), personal physical or non-physical experiences or discoveries, and “being level knowing.” To that last point, I feel deep down, beneath all the thinking human mind, we all know what we really are. It is not some form that we discover in some book- it is the nature of Life itself, which is far, far, beyond any language we may use to describe it. (I am not special in that, because whoever you are reading this is Life, too- and your deeper being already knows. You already know. You’re just, in a sense, re-discovering from a veiled point of perspective.) I hope this helps!

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      • I’m just going to ask you my questions directly.
        1. “Might” is an interesting word choice you use to describe your ability to reject the Vail.
        Can you elaborate on how you summoned your might and the experience of it? Do you mean your might is your strength which could refer to an intended outcome (I might go home), a state of mind, or a feeling of mightiness? Please elaborate.

        2. In regular life you have to infer the awareness of others. This drove Descartes to a form of solipsism. Do each of us have an awareness in us over there that can be sensed or is it still inferred?

        (bonus one you don’t really have to ask if you don’t want)

        3. I have a theory that time flows in reverse in the afterlife…not like a vcr rewind tape but in a constant state of renewal or anti-time….tough to explain. But let’s just say it accounts for all-time.
        I’ve studied the time dilations/ratio/leakage between the two realms based on NDE experiences. I think the probability of negentropy in entropy creates a conduit between the realms. To clarify. an ocean is in a drop of water and a drop of water is in the ocean. My theory is that Time is seemingly paradoxical in that all of time is in the now and the now is in all of time. The other side is the experience of all of time within the now (the moment extends like brackets expanding to encapsulate more words but instead it is the past and future). In essence, they are time travelers from a higher (inverted) dimension. I believe it to be cyclical.
        My question is what are your thought on the relation to time between the two realms or any other physics insights you might have?

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      • Hello Will!
        (1.) “Might” = a focused wielding of intention so as to summon the great “power” that is native to the soul.
        (2.) Having to “infer” the awareness of others in the physical is a non-native and alien state that is specific to our experience of separation. In less constraining states the connectedness is known/ felt, and the other’s being is sensed/known/felt (and also felt to be “part of one’s self,” too).
        (3.) I can at least comment that agreed that all of time is in the Now, and that only seems like a paradox when viewed from local discreet linear time (which is itself the non-fundamental construct). Meanwhile I do not try to draw intellectual parallels “between higher dimensions and ours” using any idea of local forms or local laws including physics, because our system and its contents are fully transcended. Metaphorically I find it to be roughly like, say, taking video game rules inside of the World of Warcraft MMORPG video game world and trying to explain our higher reality with them, or, trying to “define the connection of the video game world to the physical world using video game content”- in many ways I feel it’s quite useless to try to explain the higher with the lower (the lower is based on a rule-set that is itself virtual, limited, and incomplete).

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      • Your example of a hard drive and our folders and sub-folders reminds me of those who speak of our akashic records and “seeing” a library for these records in the spiritual realm (Betty Eadie: Embraced by the Light). Looking at your “flow chart” is probably the sum of those sub-folders
        :-D.

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    • Thank you Christian. I got totally! uplifted by the vibes of Truth while listening to this interview. As an empath I feel you and everything you try to communicate in words quite well. I savored every page of your book. Your divine humor has me “rolling on the floor” many times ie. (perhaps this one unintentionally) “return to that deeper awareness when the constraints of the brain are released” X-D. Despite the contrast needed for transformation, let us still hope and pray for peace and love in the Ukraine and the world. All the best for you in this moment and eternally. Your custom fit veil is amazing – they must have laughed when you called back to them on your way down. Belinda in Hamburg

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