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The Kolbrin Bible: Giving
Birth to your Soul

YOWUSA.COM, 02-October-04
Steve Russell

…Continued

The Zohar, 166

Come and see: The soul does not go up to be seen before the Holy King, before it is worthy of donning the garments of above so it may be seen there.  In the same manner, it does not descend to below, until it wears the clothes of this world.

This enormous ancient text teaches that the soul is dressed with the earthly body for self preservation in this physical reality.  Upon departing this world, the soul must then change garments in order to gaze upon the most divine spiritual light.  The Bhagavad Gita is seen by many as the most brilliant culmination of Hindu religious thinking, and they too teach the metaphor of clothing the soul for the various abodes of reality.

Bhagavad Gita, 2.13

Just as the soul acquires a childhood body, a youth body, and an old age body during this life; similarly, the soul acquires another body after death.  This should not delude the wise.

Bhagavad Gita, 2.22

Just as a person puts on new garments after discarding the old ones; similarly, the living entity or the individual soul acquires new bodies after casting away the old bodies.

As stated earlier, while the Bible does its best to avoid the concept of the immortal soul, the following passage makes far more sense when read in this context of The Kolbrin.

1 Corinthians, 15:53-54

For the perishable must clothe itself with the imperishable, and the mortal with immortality.  When the perishable has been clothed with the imperishable, and the mortal with immortality, then the saying that is written will come true: "Death has been swallowed up in victory."

To further appreciate The Kolbrin's descriptions of the soul, it is important to comprehend it's teachings on the nature of the universe.  This quantum physical reality was discussed in the first chapter and is encapsulated by The Kolbrin as a divine melody.

The Kolbrin, P317

So from The Inconceivable One there came a great outpouring melody, the song of conception, the notes winging vitalising consciousness outward in radiating ripples.  All that is now existing came out of that which was harmoniously sung into being, and the sweet echoing vibrations still sound in rhythm throughout the many circles of existence.  All life and matter vibrate in response to a divinely originated, orchestrated melody and rhythm.

It is with this understanding that The Kolbrin describes how the soul makes its grand entrance into the spiritual world upon the death of the physical body.

The Kolbrin, P317

…for once through the dark archway and in the Court of Splendour, the newly released spirit must introduce itself by song.  The good, clean spirit vibrates with a happy, harmonious melody, while the dull, evil-doing spirit rasps out harshly in agonising discord.  The first thing the travel-weary homecoming spirit hears is the welcoming notes of the Divine Melody.

The Kolbrin confirms the quantum physicists understanding of reality and how individual particles of matter are simultaneously large invisible waves stretching out into space like that of a light or sound wave.  The Kolbrin continues this understanding and connects our very souls to the same invisible fabric upon which the heavenly waves propagate. 

Through the spirit, these waves of the soul are said to encircle our physical bodies and stretch out into space.

The Kolbrin, P120

In the Secrets of the Soul it is written:  "The soul of man is not a small thing inside him, but wraps him about.  It is greater than the boundaries of the Lands of the Reed and the Lily, and reaches out beyond the stars."

This significant insight will be quickly recognized by those who are familiar with auras.  Many people and even specialized photographic equipment have been able to see these energy fields as various waves of color, as The Kolbrin confirms.

The Kolbrin, P373

spiritlightThe soulspirit gives out a kind of glow called the "spiritlight," which can be seen by many of those who are spiritually awakened.  It envelops the earthly body and forms something like a radiant ring above the head.  In good men it appears bright and shining, but in the unrighteous it looks dull and drab.

The auras that surround our bodies are believed to consist of subtle energy fields with varying frequencies that define their colors. 

The Kolbrin, P225

The spirit does not pass to the Morningland awake.  It awakens there as from a sleep.  It does not unite with its spirit twin until judged according to its colours.  When united together, all over there appears alike to all here.  All past hopes and desires appear before the risen one.

While Christianity is content to ignore past actions with the offering of salvation at a mere cost of faith to ask for forgiveness, The Kolbrin teaches the eastern principles of karma.  The Kolbrin states that it is these colorful energy waves that are used for the judgment of our soul.  Those who have studied auras will know that this is a plausible purpose for the energy, as it is commonly believed that they represent a historic record of our entire worldly experience of good and bad actions.  The Kolbrin also states that it is the soul that is responsible for such karma memory.

Wisdom of the Soul

The concepts of knowledge retention after death are fundamental to the teachings of The Kolbrin and many other beliefs.  However some religions take the polar opposite point of view.

Jehovah's Witnesses take death at face value believing it to be an absolute end, and teach of a physical resurrection of the body.  Religions such as this believe that the Biblical scriptures indicate that there is no such thing as a soul and that death is therefore the ultimate end until this resurrection occurs.  The biblical book of Ecclesiastes is commonly used to support this belief, specifically through the following verse.

Ecclesiastes, 9:10

Whatever your hand finds to do, do it with all your might, for in the grave, where you are going, there is neither working nor planning nor knowledge nor wisdom.

The author and period of this chapter in the Bible is relatively unknown, and it teaches us that our efforts on earth are meaningless if we are separated from God.  What is clear about the author is that he is an old man who spent the majority of his life separate from God.  At the time of writing he has been faced with death, and having accepted God, obviously felt the need to warn everybody else that has lived in ignorance of God to take heed.  To place the foundations of a belief that who we are dies at death on the ramblings of a man who himself may never have really known God, seems like very shaky ground.

While some believe that after death we are lifeless and ignorant, The Kolbrin is based on the understanding that our life in this physical world bound to deceptive and defective senses, is where the real ignorance is experienced.  This view can be likened to the ancient teachings of the Gnostics.

The word Gnosis by definition means "To Know and it is taught that only through wisdom and knowledge that God could be met.  The early Gnostics also believed in the trinity of Man comprising flesh, soul and spirit.  While The Kolbrin states that the soul is clothed by the spirit, Gnosticism has it the other way around, but the concepts and principles are the same.  Gnosticism understands that the spiritual portion within us has been separated from the most divine source and remains in exile, unconsciously awaiting recognition, and intoxicated by the poisonous ignorance of this world.

 


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The Kolbrin describes the body's inadequacies to retain knowledge and that the true memory is within the soul.

The Kolbrin, P251

Mortal man may, in the course of time, forget his experiences, but within the soul they are retained forever.  The soul is a hunter and the quarry is Truth, the weapons of the hunt are reason and experience.

The souls of this world can be seen as part of the largest spiritual army, or the largest ant colony dispersed throughout the universe gathering up wisdom for the President or Queen.  Each soul must learn everything it can before returning home and presenting its achievements to the family.

The Kolbrin, P79

"Do I return home radiant in the pride of blooming consciousness, or, spurned and humiliated, return without sensitivity, memory or knowledge?  Do I return to be welcomed with joy in the light of glory, or must I shamefully seek refuge in the darkness?"

In order for the soul to gather the necessary wisdom, it is forced to utilize the deceptive senses of the body.

The Kolbrin, P79

I am that which reads what the eye sees, understands what the ear hears, knows what the hand feels, tastes whatever enters the mouth and smells whatever is borne on the nose.  I am the indwelling consciousness which knows and enjoys all the good things of Earth.  Those who dwell in the darkness of delusion cannot know me, and to them is lost the greatest glory of life.  All conceptions of beauty, love and kindness are due to the consciousness residing in me.  When I depart from my earthly abode I will carry with me the knowledge of the senses, as the wind carries perfume from the flower.

Recent research led by neuro-psychiatrist Dr Peter Fenwick studied the claims of near-death experiences made by heart patients whose hearts had stopped beating during surgery or other heart related conditions.  This research by the Institute of Psychiatry suggests and supports the teachings of The Kolbrin and other religions.

Scotsman.com, 11 September, 2003
Study into near-death experiences supports theory of a ‘sixth sense'

"There is now convincing evidence to challenge the current theory that consciousness can only exist inside the brain - and if you can have consciousness without associated brain function, that is enormously important for our understanding of the mind," he said.

"That study and other evidence points to the mind and brain not being identical, and it seems that the mind may operate in part outside the brain as a sort of field which works in the same way as a TV receiver receives programs through the airwaves," said Dr Fenwick.

Many people have tried to argue that such near-death experiences are caused simply by hallucinations due to lack of oxygen after the heart had ceased pumping blood to the brain.  However according to Dr Fenwick we know that during these unconscious periods the brain has extreme difficulties creating images, let alone the ability to be able to remember them.  This is in stark contradiction with the near-death experience where the person can recall everything going on around them in vivid detail.  But memories are not the only thing retained during this experience.  Many people have been aware of all their existing worldly knowledge along with feelings of fear, love, anger, humor and all the five senses that had actually become heightened during death.

Now that you have seen these teachings of The Kolbrin about the soul descending to the physical world clothed in spirit for protection, and how the soul gathers knowledge through our defective and limited senses, one critical question needs to be answered.  Do the ignorance and defective limitations of this world mean we are already in some form of Hell?

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