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Thought processes in heaven Agree: 3 divider Disagree: 0


Both Agreements and DisagreementsDuring a short period of time after arrival in heaven many spirits will still experience three-dimensional earth home connections which are thought processes, spirit energy form, as to what home is, what home means, what the feeling about home is. These are not any type of three-dimensional experience but consist of the essence of a home, the essence of success, and the essence of good health. Spirits soon move totally into their spirit self and there is no need for a spirit to place itself in a three-dimensional environment in its everyday existence.

AgreeIn the spirit world, seeing a temple is not a literal record of stone blocks but rather a visualization of the meaning the temple has to that soul.

Destiny of Souls, Michael Newton
pg. 134, 2003

AgreeSince it is possible to create any reality in the spirit world, it is not unusual that some souls wish to spend their off periods in the houses where they lived on Earth....These souls may want to mentally construct an exact duplication of familiar settings around where they used to live,...and any structures which remind them of their old hometown. They only have to conjure up these places from memory and use directed energy beams for the images to appear.

Destiny of Souls, Michael Newton
pg. 295, 2003

AgreeI found myself in company with two old friends, one of them my father. He came to be with me, to help and generally show me round. It was like nothing else so much as merely arriving in a foreign country and having a chum to go around with. That was the principal sensation. The scene from which we had so lately come (1) was already well relegated to the past. Having accepted the change of death, all the horror of our late experience had gone. It might have been fifty years ago instead of, perhaps, only last night. Consequently our pleasure in the new land was not marred by grief at being parted from earth friends. I will not say that none were unhappy, many were; but that was because they did not understand the nearness of the two worlds; they did not know what was possible, but to those who understood the possibilities, it was in a sense the feeling, "Let us enjoy a little of this new land before mailing our news home"; therefore there was little grief on our arrival. (W.T. Stead, The Blue Island, Experiences of a New Arrival Behind the Veil. Estelle W. Stead and Pardoe Woodman, eds. London:Rider, 1922)

The Supreme Adventure: Analyses of Psychic Communications, Robert Crookall
pg. , 1974 Source

I swear to you there are divine things more beautiful than words can tell.

—Walt Whitman