Reincarnation and karma are the "key" that can explain the fate of the individual and a prerequisite for our development toward perfection. People can be "young" or "old" in a double sense, partly in terms of their chronological age in this life, and partly in relation to how far they advanced in their spiritual development. Life is a school. We ourselves are fully responsible for our fate. We have planned our present life or in any case approved how this has been portrayed and will take shape. We did this with an adult perspective on the threshold of entering this world. The goal is emotional and intellectual sovereignty.
God is above every duality. God is neither man nor woman, neither good nor evil. This God can be perceived as both personal and impersonal. The whole world is the body of this deity. Every human being is a part of this God. God cannot influence the fate of the individual, but is more of an administrator of the "energies", both pleasant and unhahabitable, sent out by the individual through his actions and thoughts and which at a later stage will be led back to the individual.
Science and religion should be replaced or rather supplemented with a new, holistic perspective. This perspective is at the same time a kind of knowledge or that humanity has previously embraced. Deep down, there is only one truth. New age/newness is in more or less complete form a representative of this truth. In the future, everyone will embrace this view of life. The interest in or conviction of the correctness of new age is not based on religious beliefs, but has similarities to scientific knowledge. These are beliefs that are possible to test in one's own life and get confirmed. There are many different paths to knowledge or certainty about this deeper truth. So-called "enlightened" individuals are individuals who have an in-depth experience of this truth. They possess a universal knowledge, which goes beyond mere a mystical sensation, etc. These individuals are self-written teachers.
The interviewees' path to embracing the view of life they have today is different. There are those who grew up in strictly Christian, moderate Christian, atheistic homes, as well as in homes with an acceptance of alternate perspectives. The spiritual interest is cultivated mostly on its own, but also together with like-minded people. Traditional church spirituality is rare. It is common for followers to take an interest in or have a respect for different branches of the new age/newness They are largely eclectic. One's own life is not imposed on others. Being a vegetarian is seen as self-evident, mainly from an animal rights perspective.
Being free and independent is an ideal. Separations from previous partners have in some cases become the starting point for a more intense interest in things like spirituality and personal development. Becoming a parent is not necessary, although having children and being a parent is described in a positive way. Close relationships in this life are often relationships established in past earthly life. Role changes are common, for example, that a parent may have been the interviewee's own child in a previous life. The interviewee's child may have been the interviewee's partner or sibling, etc. There may also be a special person with whom the individual is especially connected over many lives, possibly forever, a so-called "twin soul".
There are great opportunities to sort out personal problems on your own. The usual care and, for example, psychiatry is in some cases helpful, but in the long run it needs to be supplemented with the new perspectives. An understanding that problems and symptoms often stem from experiences or traumas in past lives is necessary. For example, a phobia of water may be due to the fact that the person drowned in a previous existence.
The institutions that have power and interpretive preceding in the world today, such as the Church, science and psychiatry, have a limited understanding of the areas in which they apply to be experts. The media often runs the business of power. The public is being misled, for example when it comes to visitors from other planets. That people are generally unaware of, uninterested in, or even skewed to the new-age perspectives, is understandable from the spiritual level they are still at.
Both the individual and the world at large are evolving towards a peaceful state. The earth will become a paradise in the not too distant future. Then national borders have been dissolved and all people share the same view of life. Supporters of new age/newness have a different time perspective. In relation to a giant developmental panorama, the next life is not distant. On a personal level, the goal is to develop spiritually and eventually become perfect, like Christ. Death is seen in a positive light. Life between two incarnations is a kind of holiday existence.