--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "sharelong60" <sharelong60@...> wrote: > > Unfortunately Mike, any enforcing activity is not done by > "religion" itself. Enforcing is done by other humans who > might have issues with sexuality. In general if there's any > enforcing to be done, other than to defend one's self > against or protect the weak from aggression, I say let life > take care of enforcing whatever its natural laws are.
And very well said, Share. > --- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, Mike Dixon <mdixon.6569@> wrote: > > > > Perhaps that is why religions, in general, encourage the suppression of > > homosexual activity, so that it remains only in that transitional > > incarnation instead of piling up from life- time to life- time. In > > other-words, if those *tendencies*areÂ not suppressed, they become > > stronger the next time. M has always said that the purpose of religion is > > to protect the evolution of the soul. > > > > > > > > ________________________________ > > From: authfriend <authfriend@> > > To: FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com > > Sent: Friday, August 23, 2013 6:24 PM > > Subject: [FairfieldLife] Re: Pfc. Bradley Manning sentenced to 35 years > > > > Â > > > > --- In mailto:FairfieldLife%40yahoogroups.com, Mike Dixon <mdixon.6569@> > > wrote: > > > > > > Charlie was definitely a believer in Theosophy. As I remember > > > it( his explanation), we change from one sex to the other > > > every three incarnations. The first incarnation of the opposite > > > sex drags old tendencies from the previous birthÂ with it. The > > > second birth in that sex is more balanced, while the third > > > incarnation is more of an exaggeration of that sex. The super > > > masculine man or the super feminine woman. So naturally, the > > > next change, brings with it, impressions from the previous > > > birth which was exaggerated. > > > > When you first posted this, you presented it as an > > explanation for homosexuality. But a "super masculine" > > man or "super feminine" woman (if you're talking about > > appearance, which I believe you were when you posted > > it before) could just as easily be gay as straight. > > > > Likewise, gender dysphoria should not be confused with > > homosexual preference. Often they go together, but > > sometimes they don't. Most gays and lesbians don't want > > to change their gender. > > > > This would mean that all these experiences are natural for everybody to > > experience from life time to life time. And of course, how we treat one > > another going through theses phases of evolution determine our own fate. Do > > unto others as you would have done unto you. Pile-on all of our other > > karmasÃÂ and hang-ups and god only knows how it's going to be expressed. > > Who knows why someone feels they are in the wrong body? That could be > > untangling a > > > mess that you'll never figure out. > > >