This is an excerpt from Chapter 3 of Enlightened Afterlife, my new ebook centered on Spiritualist philosophy on life after death. You can purchase a PDF file of the book at the bottom of this post, or you can check out the Kindle version by clicking the book cover below.
What’s It Like to Die in War?
This section will focus on war and the effect it has on those killed in battle. Despite that the Spiritualist movement isn’t what it once was, the tragedy of war is one reason the movement and the idea of the afterlife are popular today.
This aspect of the discussion will undoubtedly be dark, but there’s a silver lining in that most soldiers discover the same peace, bliss and freedom when it’s all said and done. Trauma and suffering leave so they can begin the process of healing and learn to enjoy their vibrant new surroundings.
As we learned in Chapter 1, the Spiritualist movement regained followers during World Wars I & II due to the mass amounts of people once again losing family to the battlefield. Most of the passages we’ll read in this section are centered on the Civil War and both World Wars but can be applied to the wars of today. Continue reading Dying in War: From the Battlefield to the Afterlife→
Russell Targ is a physicist and author, a pioneer in the development of the laser and laser applications, and a cofounder of the Stanford Research Institute (SRI) investigation of psychic abilities in the 1970s and 1980s.
There is no reason to be in fear. Fear is of the illusion, unreal, a reaction to uncertainty which just drains your energy, because it focuses on the future, distracting you from living in this now moment which is the only time that exists.
Now is where you need to focus your attention and your feelings, and through doing that be fully aware of your state of presence right now. Intend to maintain this constant state of present awareness so that you are fully alive and alert, and then you are open to the intuitive nudges, the wise guidance from those watching over you from the spiritual realms. Continue reading Saul via John Smallman: God Is Within You, Period.→
Marijuana legalization won out big time on election day. California, Massachusetts, and Nevada legalized recreational weed, and Arkansas, Florida, Montana, and North Dakota voted to legalize medical marijuana. Some form of pot use is now legal in the majority of U.S. states, but what will marijuana legalization efforts look like under a Trump presidency? Continue reading What Future Does Legal Marijuana Have Under a Trump Presidency?→
You know that most of us deserved to become healthy in the long run. However, there’s a problem. Although we appreciate our teachers and nutritionists about the basics of being healthy, there are some key points that they didn’t reveal to us. You also know that not all of us are exempt from suffering any ailment regardless of age, ethnicity, and gender and so on, right? It means that these diseases could strike anytime without warning, and it may get worse once you may not find ways to treat it once and for all. Continue reading Why Ignoring Natural Organic Supplementation In Today’s Era Is A Bad Idea→
I don’t ever remember being given herbal remedies when I was growing up. Instead, it was the dreaded pink Pepto Bismol, or aspirin, or the new kid on the block, Tylenol.
I guess my mother didn’t have any role models to teach her natural healing and thus, couldn’t pass it along to me. So, when my own children were young, I followed suit, not knowing any better. I gave them antibiotics when the doctor deemed them necessary. Ditto any other prescription or over-the-counter drug. Oh, how I wish I had had a Dr. Aviva Romm-type around when I was younger.
But there must have been something inside of me that suspected there was a better way (I did make my kids’ baby food from scratch, I’m proud to say). Maybe it was a past life memory. At any rate, it wasn’t until decades later when I had fibromyalgia that something shifted and I fully began to embrace what I think is the greatest truth that has been with us from the beginning of time – Continue reading When Did We Start to Fear Mother Nature’s Medicine?→
If you are at a point where you feel like quitting, take a deep breath and push yourself harder. Don’t give up as you will only feel regret and disappointment.
It’s ok to stop and take a minute to reset and reflect. But use this time to imagine the finish line and you will get there. Once you put your intentions towards completion, the momentum will build and you will find success!
A great method at bringing your energies back into alignment with your heart and move past the monkey mind of fear and doubt.
The ascension of awakening can bring us sometimes into overwhelm – procrastination and limiting beliefs at times when we don’t see the immediate effects in our physical surroundings from all the healing – self development – shifts and changes.
(ANTIMEDIA)Washington, D.C. — A former capital city police officer has been indicted for allegedly attempting to aid the Islamic State (ISIS), the Department of Justice announced late last week.
According to a press release issued on Thursday by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Eastern Virginia:
“Nicholas Young, 37, of Fairfax, who was formerly employed as a police officer with the Metro Transit Police Department, was indicted today by a federal grand jury on charges of attempting to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization and obstruction of justice.”