Spirit nuns ask Jesus questions about what it means to repent and forgive. Jesus helps them to move on to a better place by explaining that they must release some of their religious beliefs about God, as well as the pain that they harbour within them from their life on Earth.
Jess has been Earthbound since she has passed as a 16 year old girl and visits parties on Earth to receive "good time" feelings from people she and her friends influence. However she has been finding less gratifying than before and she is finding herself more and more disappointed. Jesus describes to her how influencing people to consume drugs and into sexual interactions is causing Jess the increasing pain she feels inside of herself and how she can change that.
We have been told that hell is a place where bad people go to after they die. That it is a place of punishment and torment, a place we burn in for eternity. Fortunately the truth is very different to this, and the hells while very real, are not places of eternal punishment, but places of redemption, where love does exist, we just need to reach out for it.
Aphraar visits Siamedes in the Home of Rest. Here, the fountain-tree of life provieds healing and rejuvenating powers, removing any traces of pain and sorrow from the inhabitants....
In chapter 11 of Through the Mists, entitled The Home of The Assyrian, Aphraar gives an account of a mother whose three children await her in the spirit world, and who anticipate her awakening after a period of restorative sleep:... Continue Reading →
Like life on Earth, the spirit world and spirit life are governed by laws, which aim to refine us in love. The Law of Compensation also called Karma, is a lower law, which acts upon us, when we break God's... Continue Reading →