I don't - not as science has it. I see it like this:uddhava wrote:Does anyone here not believe in evolution?
We evolve physically while devolving spiritually. We start out with hologram-like subtle bodies, naturally soul conscious, and devolve into body conscious corporeal creatures. It is only at the half way point in the cycle that we take our physical "skins" - these physical bodies will have evolved, much as science indicates, becoming more complex as they become more material and less spiritual (there is always a balance of spirit and matter in everything - it is like Yin/Yang - over time the balance moves to more matter less spirit).
There will (obviously) be no fossil record of subtle bodies - so science only gets half the picture (as always)
Then, once we have our physical bodies, the process reverses, in the natural way of any cycle, and we evolve spiritually (as we are doing now), while our bodies devolve. At a certain point in our spiritual evolution (could be very soon - but probably not quite as soon as the BKs claim!) we will cast off our skins and become once again soul-conscious angelic beings.
It is like breathing in and out - the endless rythm of life, of cycles - not the straight-line upward trend hypothesised by the scientists.
This philosophy is in line with all ancient wisdom on the subject - pre-Hindu Vedic, Buddhist, Hermes, Plato, occultists, you name it. Science operates with a blindfold on by denying the spiritual dimension - the life force.
What do others think?