What we call "God" is actually a catch all term for the human consciousness, which we are all apart of. This super consciousness is connected to all human souls, and binds us together on a lower level that we are subconsciously aware of, hence some concept of God existing in all cultures. When we die, our souls fade into this god and become one with it. Everything that has happened or will happen exists all at once in this "God", as it serves as a database for human existence.
There are 5 parts that make up a soul, which are condensed into a stable form and held together by various spiritual components:
Raw mana- the life energy of the soul.
Ka- seat of a person's Emotions (love, fear, anger, etc)
Ba- seat of a person's memories
Sed- a person's spiritual I.D. (how the universe identifies and keeps track of them.
Un- the connector that binds their soul to their physical body and the physical realm.
By separating the soul into its parts and breaking them down into their originial elements, one can reconstruct their own soul. Through magical means, a person can reincarnate themselves using the soul remains of another. The method is used by less scrupulous mage as a way to cheat death. This glitch in the system essentially wipes a person from the super consciousness, which means that they never could have existed in the first place. This is akin to re-imaging a hard drive, installing a new operating system while completely erasing the old one.
The problem with this is that people are tied with those individuals. Friends, family, loved ones, etc., are all part of a person's memories. Everyone you meet becomes part of your history. Beyond this, certain events happen around or even because of individuals. People become significant to events in some way. The larger those events are, the more people they affect, the more etched they are into our conscious minds.
How can I get around this contradiction?