I have been told by everyone who speaks of reincarnation that we do this to better ourselves and become perfected enough to go back to God. If each lifetime bring on new problems and different mistakes than how do we ever get perfect enough to not to have to reincarnate again?
Ahhh, there is a lot of agitation in your question…let me see if I can put your mind at ease and restore your faith in the process. The only person (or being) judging your progress is you. Let me say that again, the only person (or being) judging your progress is you. We are our own determinants of our number of reincarnation experiences. After we leave the body we undergo a ‘life review’, during this time, it is quite common for the newly shed soul (from the earthly body) to immediately feel as if they could have done more, been better, and so on. Specialized counselors on The Other Side help us during this ‘cocooning’ process to not be too hasty in judging ourselves and immediately jumping back into the ‘incoming’ line.
The nature of our souls on The Other Side is to desire perfection and infinite knowledge for God. We pack our own life experiences with opportunities for this and then when we get here we forget them all. We have to, otherwise we would not be fully experiencing our lessons here. Then we spend the rest of our lives remembering in flickering bits and pieces the Truth from which we come.
Try to see your life as one gigantic opportunity-lumps, bumps and all! Use affirmations like: “Despite appearances, everything in my life is ALWAYS working for good.” You are having a crisis of faith DT, and by seeking out more faith now, you will feel more at peace and inspired to do the very best you can with the journey you have at hand.