Reincarnation, the belief in the rebirth of the soul in a new body after death, is a concept that has fascinated humanity for centuries. This idea transcends cultural and religious boundaries, finding a place in various traditions around the world. While reincarnation is often associated with Eastern religions such as Hinduism and Buddhism, it also holds significance in other spiritual traditions, including Kabbalah, a mystical form of Judaism. This article explores the concept of reincarnation across different traditions, with a particular focus on its interpretation and significance in Kabbalah.
Reincarnation in Eastern Traditions
In Hinduism, reincarnation is known as “samsara,” a cycle of birth, death, and rebirth governed by one’s actions, or karma.…Read article