[Excerpt from Michael Speaks: July 2009]
[Question] I have a question about the influence of past cycles. It there are two fragments, A and B. Fragment A has completed 15 cycles as a human being. Fragment B has no previous cycles. If both are beginning a new grand cycle, how would the perspective of A be different from B in the Infant stage? Generally how would the experience of the entire new cycle be different?
[Michael Entity] We can only speak from observation of similar phenomenon, and what we have observed is that “fragment A” would manifest Essence and propel through the levels of Soul Age at a rate that could be described as “faster” than that of “fragment B.” In most cases of a Sentient Race, the gaps in Grand Cycle experience are bridged by fewer incarnations from those who have more Grand Cycles. In other words, “Fragment A” may have 1 lifetime for every 10 of “fragment B.” This is why the lifetime count for many of our students is lower than those who are of a much Younger Soul Age, because the average Grand Cycle count for your species is 3, whereas many of our students average around 9.
[Question] Would there be a qualitative difference? For example I read a book at 12 (younger) and then I read the same book at 50. the same experience but so different also.
[Michael Entity] Sometimes that is the case, however, most Grand Cycles are not repeated within the same species or planetary system, so it is not a revisit of familiarity, but a completely new experience for all involved. Most of you have never been Human before.
[Question] most? that means that some have . . .
[Michael Entity] Yes, but Humans exist in other locations of your Universe.
[Question] Are they pretty much exactly the same as us, or are there noticeable evolutionary differences?
[Michael Entity] When we said “humans exist in other locations,” we meant that you would recognize them as exactly like you for the most part.
[Question] Why go through it a 15th time? Just for speed?
[Michael Entity] Grand Cycles are commitments to completely new species and location, or a new species in the same location, or the same species in a new location, but rarely does Sentience return to both the same species and location.
Edited by Janet