I rarely, VERY rarely, ask follow-up questions to a post, but here I go.
Q: Why do some people feel the need to switch or change their genders?
C: They are comfortable and accutomed to the other, in another life. Because from the point-of-view or perspective of your soul, lives are lived simultaneously. The other gender being experienced in another life is bleeding influence, want, desire, longing and frustration into the life where change is sought.
Q: Why is the issue seemingly new? Why wasn't this topic more common just a few decades ago?
C: Medical advances, both surgical and medicinal, have increased the ability to attempt it.
Q: What relationhip does transgenderism have to homosexuaity?
C: Little but in some cases there is a connection. The vast majority of humans who feel they do not prefer heterosexuality, a small minority of mankind, is comfortable with gender. The intimate preferences are the difference, not satisfaction or otherwise, with gender chosen.
Q: Why the resistance or dislike of it?
C: The many of you are revulsed by the idea your body would be surgically or medically changed into something distorted, as you see it. The change comes across as an amputation or deformity. Not everyone sees the same thing.
Q: What happens during a transgender person's life review?
C: Understanding becomes clear and complete, if it had not already come about before arriving home.
My 20 year old son says that 40% of people who want to change their gender commit sucide and he says it's a mental illnes, but I was saying to him..."No" it's not a mental illness, it's something they feel inside of them. If they feel female and want to be a female...then that is their choice. If they feel male and not female and vice versa etc etc. There are a variety of reasons. 1) the soul has mostly lived a certain gender and feels more comfortable as either one..... 2) chose a life as say male for a change, but when in body felt more female and became depressed being a male and when changed genders felt more like the person they were meant to be.
I have heard that one fifth of transgender people take their own lives. That’s.....what could be said? Beyond awful.
The GAG mentioned before that we are currently under the influence of an energy. (Not sure how to quantify or describe this energy.) One of the consequence of this energy is that people are now more susceptible to act out their inner urges which might otherwise be buried.
Of course better communication technology makes us feel there is now a higher incidence of 'oddities'. Higher living standard also allows more people to pursue their interest in 'non-subsistence' activities.
Question: is this 'energy' a significant contributing factor in more people turning 'tran-sexual' or homo-sexual?
What is this 'energy' and where did it come from, anyway?
Says The Committee "Not buried; repressed. Burial can never happen with human thoughts, urges and desires. Such emotion and effects will always resurface until acknowledged.
The energy is the same that 'powers' you. It is not from where it has come, but where it goes. Straight to the human heart.
The collective energy of the universe has built and reached a peak, and releases. It washes over and through everything which has fed the very build-up now set free.
Yes, what might be labeled odd by the many has always existed. It is far easier to spread and view such things, and where profit is promised, it is."