To believe or not believe...
What if life on earth is a manufactured experience? What if the non-religious are battling for the meaning of the universe by trying to convince us that the physical world is the ultimate reality? What if there is an ‘eternal now”?
If you believe that our consciousness survives physical death, then it seems logical that we retain our individuality; our own unique vibration. The universe is evolving, in both physical and non-physical realms. It was intended that way. All the evolutionary data is just the method by which some try to explain our physicality. As microcosms we are changing, growing. Every thought has as energy tag, and has residual effect on the universe. We are after all, energy. This energy existed before it merged with the evolving embryo that became my daughter. And it continues to exist. For me this energy is God. It is Love. It is all that is light and positive.
We, as occupants of this three dimensional physical earth might have trouble envisioning a four or five dimensional existence; or even a realm without dimension.
My intuition tells me that my daughter enjoys the ultimate freedom now, unrestrained by the limitations of this earth, and free to move, express and experience. This journey on earth is just the beginning and it has a purpose. It is meant to be travelled and all experiences here directly relate to our personal journey and the journeys of those we leave behind.
Those who try to convince us to think in the physical realm depend our lack of faith to create a foundation for worship of 3-dimensional things like the earth. When we do not believe that our freedoms come from a place much bigger than ourselves then we allow ourselves to fall prey to allowing man/governments to issue the rights they see fit. This leads to ‘social justice’ doled out by the government rather than ‘equal justice’ as given to us by God.
You can call God whatever you want, the great I AM, the Enlightened One, Budda, or Cosmic Energy. The fact remains that when we believe that there is nothing greater than ourselves, we lose the most precious opportunity to explore and discover the great beyond.
One of Marsha's two daughters daughters (19 years old) was killed in a gun accident in Sept ‘09. She maintains a facebook page titled A New Journey, dedicated to helping grieving parents. She lives with her husband in the Pacific Northwest.