In Buddhaism, the idea is to free yourself of illusion and get off the wheel of incarnation. People such as the Dalai Lama have reached enlightenment, and have chosen to return to the pain of incarnation to help the rest of us get off it. They have sworn a Boddisatvah oath, though I don't know if I've spelled it correctly. I sometimes wonder what happens if they are successful and they're the only ones left. Will fist-fights break out about who goes last?
Anyway, if you can't get incarnated again, I suspect you've actually won, haven't you?
Except that you're allowing yourself to get caught up playing that darn games. Drat! Love, BobK