Spirituality goes further than mere religious beliefs. These things are purely artificial and have nothing to do with real spirituality. That is because spirituality is a connection to the spirit of the Infinite, the sun, the stars, the moon, and life. Spirituality is found in all ancient wisdom traditions and is more defined as the connection to the spiritual center within rather than to a particular religion or belief system.
Religions, however, do attack the connection to the infinite, the spiritual, and life. They do so by saying that there is only one infinite, one spirit. And that they know better than anyone how to interpret that spirit. They attack the spiritual nature of modern Man by saying: he is no longer one with the infinite, he is an separate entity. The relationships shown by modern man to his environment and others is no longer natural; instead it is artificial. Thus, our understanding of the world is artificially dependent on the artificial dimensions i.e. the physical world.
Part II – Reincarnation Will Be Proven, Or Not At All
Here is the story of a little girl in nursery school. The little girl had a curious imagination and she came up with the visitors to her room one morning. She had an angel sitting on her shoulder.
“Do you see him, Mother?” asked the little girl.
“Yes, I do,” replied the Mother.
“Ask him to show you who he is.”
So the little girl asks, “Who is he, Mommy?”
“He is -andy ray.”
” bees!” said the little girl, and she ran to her teacher and cried to her: “Show me his face, show me his face, and I will believe.”
The little girl was so excited that she went home herself the next morning to show her Mother. Her Mother was speechless when she saw her alone; and so was her husband. They were both convinced that their daughter was a genuine angel sent by God.
Was This True or Not?
The key to the interpretation of this story is in the use of two hypodermic questions. One is: was this true or not? The other is:how does this happen in my environment?
These two questions are theestineandheaven.
Simply put, theestinewould be the physical dimension of the boy’s experience in his heavenly communion with the returning Spirit. Heaven is a physical dimension of the mind-a dimension which is deeply rooted in beliefs, and it is made up of a mind, a soul, a spirit; all strongly influenced by a wide variety of experiences both material and spiritual, over a length of time. To varying degrees, these beliefs are held by everyone alive today. To varying degrees, their truth is also contained in a non-material, but equally valid dimension; theworldthatis. Therefore, the positively discerned truth done dualistically in the realm of thematerialwould be true or falsein the realm of thespirit.
Similarly, theHeaven Intelligence is both the Principle within the microcosm and the revealing Existential Truth of the spiritual realm. The Intelligence, or Spirit, Principle within the microcosm is theonlyiential dimension of experience in the Kingdom of God that is experienced or known by few. The point of this article is to discuss the vital aspect ofour experience in heaven, as it is largely misunderstood in the physical realm.
To further the discussion, we can use a simpler illustration to illustrate the vital differences between heaven and earth. An infant is taken to the hospital, andAssuming it is healthy, is given a white robe to wear, and a pair of blue j Plate earrings. The hospital staff will also give the child a name, and the child will have a life history determined by the doctors. The faculty of the hospital will also determine the medical custody, and whether the child will be released to parents, or placed with foster parents.
Assuming the child is healthy, in the care of the Temple, he will be brought to the front of the Temple, to the front of God’s Holy of Holies. The Zionists refer to this place as the “NRSV” or New Jerusalem:
We also see that similarities exist in the Corinthian letter and in Paul’s letter to the Corinthian church (19 intheGospel of 1st Corinthians). In both, the person of Christ is highly personal, deeply known, and revered. Here we see the infant being brought before the ” strait and narrow gate,” the point of entry to eternal life. Everything is white, pure, and holy. He is welcomed into the ” privileges of the Saints” (19:7). These latter words seem to point to a higher state of heaven, but could also mean that the current life is purified and sinless.