We all share a common life experience; we are born with nothing, we die with nothing, we have some relatively predictable challenges in life that occur at relatively unpredictable times and we may or may not come back. Half the world believes in a single human life and the other half believes in multiple lives. The reality is that neither half can prove the other half right or wrong. The real issue is not what you believe about numbers of lives but whether you behave in a way that reflects your fundamental belief. Many people who believe in a single life seem to accept a life that is full of missed opportunities, sadness and scared relationships without questioning why? Many people who believe in multiple lives harm and kill others without ever seeming to consider the possibility of serious consequences in future lives.
The Inner journey will always be the most challenging because it requires a continuous exploration of the deepest parts of your being. It is a journey that no-one else can do for you which is why so many people avoid this adventure. The Inner journey is the most fundamental building block of any meaningful human life. It is also the most rewarding since it defines how well relationships with the other 3 human conflicts can be managed.