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What's so important about Heaven anyway?

"I like to find out all I can about Heaven because I expect to live there through all eternity! If I were going to dwell in any country - making that country my home, I would inquire about all manner of things - its climate, the neighbors I would have -- in fact -- everything that I could learn concerning it."             Dwight L. Moody
  • Every living soul passes through Heaven because Heaven is the Source of all creation. It isn't just a place of clouds and mist, but a busy junction where beginning and end meet.
  • In my 'mind's eye', Heaven is a place of mist and cloud and its inhabitants are cloaked of the same substance - yet even though their substance is barely visible, there is no mistaking the feeling and connection from and with said inhabitants. Communication with these sentient Beings takes place in the mind (that is, telepathically), and not through audible speech.

    I invite you all to turn your attention inside yourself - you know, just close your eyes, and think of yourself sitting on the inside of your mind. What do you see? [NB: Not many people can actually turn their attention inward, so do not despair if you are one of these].

    What you should see is the endless flow of white energy surging up your spine, past the back of your neck and head, then flow out through your fontanel. What you should also see, is the colours of your Chakra merging with this white energy at their given points.

    What you should be doing is turning your attention toward the outside again, then concentrate on pushing your focus backward. Firstly, behind your eyes, then behind your ears, then back far enough to be able to sit in the white energy mentioned above. This energy is our pathway to Heaven and if we are sitting here at the moment of our death, then our 'consciousness' will merge with that of the white Heavenly energy - of this there is no doubt! Very important!

  • If you believe in reincarnation, Heaven is the place that you must pass through in order to receive a new body and a new life.

    The Tibetan Book of the Dead suggests that if we do not reach the Light at our death, then we will wander down into the Third Bardo to take our birth once more. This very act of 'consciousness' igniting life into a new body, requires the spark that parents create at the moment of their sexual orgasm. This spark can be likened to the spark of a matchstick being struck against a piece of flint and the flame is 'consciousness' igniting life within the womb. At that very moment, our 'consciousness' experienced the Light of Creation - for an instant of a second, we went home to Heaven. After a few million births and re-births, we might have gained enough insight or experienced enough 'Light of Creation' moments to realize that there is more to this place than meets the eye - and thus our travel inwards begins. I pondered for sometime as to whether or not 'consciousness' arrives in a new body at the moment of a parent's sexual orgasm or whether it waits for the body to form before it engages with that body, however, The Tibetan Book of the Dead says that when our 'consciousness' is ready to take birth again, it has reached the 're-entry' level where visions of couples mating will appear. Our 'consciousness' is drawn toward a particular couple by the level of understanding reached in our last lives - for example -

  • One is able to stay in Heaven for eternity, it's just a matter of 'know how', and that is very important!

    Very important indeed! One way that we can ensure eternity in Heaven is to try to reach that level whilst alive on earth. And there are many methods available. Some of my methods are discussed in my blogs.

Peace and Light

Amelia Robinson


About Amelia Robinson

I am the second eldest of five (all girls), and spent most of my growing years on an Orchard, where my father worked. Religion and Spirituality was talked about and sometimes followed, but not persistently. I always felt alone and try as I might, could never seem to find a relationship where I could give my love completely and not get hurt, until I had my children. My aunty once told me that I brought my kids up right because they love and that was the highest compliment anyone could say to me. Still floundering from relationship to relationship in search of 'true love', it wasn't until quite recently that I finally stumbled upon it - love for myself - in all its entirety ... more


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