What is Reincarnation?
Hinduism always believed that souls of the dead will reincarnate back into another lifetime to relive the process again. To this day for those who believe, this actually does happen, but this is only part of the story. The true definition of reincarnation is to go back to that consciousness of creation when we were in front of God. That consciousness of divine breath, from the Creator, transferring His unique and sacred knowledge into man. This consciousness experienced every attribute and witnessed the event and acknowledged the Lord of Creation.
Reincarnation is to go back into this state of true love and refinement of one's principles of character; to gain God’s trust, to use the attributes of His creational breath for ourselves.
We are the only planet in God's experiment to start virtually from the bottom to gain God's trust in him. We have to work ourselves up this ladder, to refine the qualities of our character, which is to be trusted.
The reason why we are constantly reincarnating in different lifetimes is because we have not learnt our lesson, to truly believe that there is a Creator. Instead man has forgotten that perfect moment of creation and acknowledgement. Spending his life, glorifying himself, hoarding and worshiping useless materialistic objects. This will only give him little pleasure for a short time in space.
If only man realised that spending time wisely in raising his vibration, to acknowledge the soul and seek the wisdom of the Creator.
Man recognises that he is lost in the world and ponders over time and time again, why he was born. This question is easy to answer; to go back to that consciousness when we looked at the Creator from his refined eyes.
Can you imagine how many times a soul had to go back to Earth to reincarnate into another being, then make the same mistake time and time again?
Your mother who watches and protects you from evil.