Does The World of the Dead and the Alive Overlap?

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Publish Date : 2021-04-17 08:36:59
Does The World of the Dead and the Alive Overlap?

One of my readers, Joerg, asked several interesting questions, of which this is the first.

How can we bring our world and the dead world together? The world of the dead and the world of the living intersect now. Most do not notice because as a baby in a physical body, we enter life with the spiritual world overlaying our impressions of life in a body. We enter our world with one foot in the spiritual world and the other foot in the physical. By the time we are six or seven, normally we are firmly affixed in the linear world of the five senses with a touch of the intuitive sixth.

You may have noticed that many who are thought to be mentally ill often say they are God. "Oh," we say. "You're crazy," and observe their behavior to make sure no other serious signs of abnormality appear. What if they see in their skewed mental state beyond what we, the normal, see? What if they see the Truth?

If you ever have the opportunity to spend time with a Downs Syndrome child, you will see that they are all about love. They get it. They are here to teach the rest of us. Although they need help functioning in the physical world, they have not forgotten what it feels like in the spiritual world, where they had no body to be concerned with and their very essence was permeated with unconditional love and acceptance.

People who endure disabling disease are challenged to connect with their center of spirituality, their loving heart, perhaps because there is nothing much for them to hang onto in the physical world. As we prepare to die, we might observe a similar reaction within ourselves, not because of religious teachings, but rather because there can be an awareness in the dying to see ourselves and others through the filter of unconditional love as opposed to judgment.

I think it was Ray Charles, the hugely talented blind musician was fussed over in an interview about how difficult life must be to live in this world without vision. Ray Charles said something like, "I see much more than you imagine. I see everything." The Angels tell me that the blind from birth often see with the same vision we see with when we pass on. No glasses needed! We see who walks in truth and who does not. Who is aligned in Love and who fakes it. We see true inner beauty. We know when the heart speaks.

Think for a moment of Helen Keller left blind and deaf at an early age. How was this woman able to accomplish all that she did? Was she tuned in to another part of life that the living usually left behind in the spiritual world? Was she not bringing the two worlds together to create a viable life in a body?

The dead and the alive worlds already overlap. It is our linear training, passed down from generation to generation, that blocks our knowing anything except the physical world. It is how we have kept each other in check. Is it working? I'll leave that up to you.

Can we allow in more of the spiritual world by opening to seeing, hearing, experiencing and accepting what we think is not real? Why not? It is not just we spiritual people who are pushing open the doors. Our Quantum Physicists are backing up our intuitive vision by showing us that the impossible is real.

One of my readers, Joerg, asked several interesting questions, of which this is the first.

How can we bring our world and the dead world together? The world of the dead and the world of the living intersect now. Most do not notice because as a baby in a physical body, we enter life with the spiritual world overlaying our impressions of life in a body. We enter our world with one foot in the spiritual world and the other foot in the physical. By the time we are six or seven, normally we are firmly affixed in the linear world of the five senses with a touch of the intuitive sixth.

You may have noticed that many who are thought to be mentally ill often say they are God. "Oh," we say. "You're crazy," and observe their behavior to make sure no other serious signs of abnormality appear. What if they see in their skewed mental state beyond what we, the normal, see? What if they see the Truth?

If you ever have the opportunity to spend time with a Downs Syndrome child, you will see that they are all about love. They get it. They are here to teach the rest of us. Although they need help functioning in the physical world, they have not forgotten what it feels like in the spiritual world, where they had no body to be concerned with and their very essence was permeated with unconditional love and acceptance.

People who endure disabling disease are challenged to connect with their center of spirituality, their loving heart, perhaps because there is nothing much for them to hang onto in the physical world. As we prepare to die, we might observe a similar reaction within ourselves, not because of religious teachings, but rather because there can be an awareness in the dying to see ourselves and others through the filter of unconditional love as opposed to judgment.

I think it was Ray Charles, the hugely talented blind musician was fussed over in an interview about how difficult life must be to live in this world without vision. Ray Charles said something like, "I see much more than you imagine. I see everything." The Angels tell me that the blind from birth often see with the same vision we see with when we pass on. No glasses needed! We see who walks in truth and who does not. Who is aligned in Love and who fakes it. We see true inner beauty. We know when the heart speaks.

Think for a moment of Helen Keller left blind and deaf at an early age. How was this woman able to accomplish all that she did? Was she tuned in to another part of life that the living usually left behind in the spiritual world? Was she not bringing the two worlds together to create a viable life in a body?

The dead and the alive worlds already overlap. It is our linear training, passed down from generation to generation, that blocks our knowing anything except the physical world. It is how we have kept each other in check. Is it working? I'll leave that up to you.

Can we allow in more of the spiritual world by opening to seeing, hearing, experiencing and accepting what we think is not real? Why not? It is not just we spiritual people who are pushing open the doors. Our Quantum Physicists are backing up our intuitive vision by showing us that the impossible is real.

One of my readers, Joerg, asked several interesting questions, of which this is the first.

How can we bring our world and the dead world together? The world of the dead and the world of the living intersect now. Most do not notice because as a baby in a physical body, we enter life with the spiritual world overlaying our impressions of life in a body. We enter our world with one foot in the spiritual world and the other foot in the physical. By the time we are six or seven, normally we are firmly affixed in the linear world of the five senses with a touch of the intuitive sixth.

You may have noticed that many who are thought to be mentally ill often say they are God. "Oh," we say. "You're crazy," and observe their behavior to make sure no other serious signs of abnormality appear. What if they see in their skewed mental state beyond what we, the normal, see? What if they see the Truth?

If you ever have the opportunity to spend time with a Downs Syndrome child, you will see that they are all about love. They get it. They are here to teach the rest of us. Although they need help functioning in the physical world, they have not forgotten what it feels like in the spiritual world, where they had no body to be concerned with and their very essence was permeated with unconditional love and acceptance.

People who endure disabling disease are challenged to connect with their center of spirituality, their loving heart, perhaps because there is nothing much for them to hang onto in the physical world. As we prepare to die, we might observe a similar reaction within ourselves, not because of religious teachings, but rather because there can be an awareness in the dying to see ourselves and others through the filter of unconditional love as opposed to judgment.

I think it was Ray Charles, the hugely talented blind musician was fussed over in an interview about how difficult life must be to live in this world without vision. Ray Charles said something like, "I see much more than you imagine. I see everything." The Angels tell me that the blind from birth often see with the same vision we see with when we pass on. No glasses needed! We see who walks in truth and who does not. Who is aligned in Love and who fakes it. We see true inner beauty. We know when the heart speaks.

Think for a moment of Helen Keller left blind and deaf at an early age. How was this woman able to accomplish all that she did? Was she tuned in to another part of life that the living usually left behind in the spiritual world? Was she not bringing the two worlds together to create a viable life in a body?

The dead and the alive worlds already overlap. It is our linear training, passed down from generation to generation, that blocks our knowing anything except the physical world. It is how we have kept each other in check. Is it working? I'll leave that up to you.

Can we allow in more of the spiritual world by opening to seeing, hearing, experiencing and accepting what we think is not real? Why not? It is not just we spiritual people who are pushing open the doors. Our Quantum Physicists are backing up our intuitive vision by showing us that the impossible is real.

One of my readers, Joerg, asked several interesting questions, of which this is the first.

How can we bring our world and the dead world together? The world of the dead and the world of the living intersect now. Most do not notice because as a baby in a physical body, we enter life with the spiritual world overlaying our impressions of life in a body. We enter our world with one foot in the spiritual world and the other foot in the physical. By the time we are six or seven, normally we are firmly affixed in the linear world of the five senses with a touch of the intuitive sixth.

You may have noticed that many who are thought to be mentally ill often say they are God. "Oh," we say. "You're crazy," and observe their behavior to make sure no other serious signs of abnormality appear. What if they see in their skewed mental state beyond what we, the normal, see? What if they see the Truth?

If you ever have the opportunity to spend time with a Downs Syndrome child, you will see that they are all about love. They get it. They are here to teach the rest of us. Although they need help functioning in the physical world, they have not forgotten what it feels like in the spiritual world, where they had no body to be concerned with and their very essence was permeated with unconditional love and acceptance.

People who endure disabling disease are challenged to connect with their center of spirituality, their loving heart, perhaps because there is nothing much for them to hang onto in the physical world. As we prepare to die, we might observe a similar reaction within ourselves, not because of religious teachings, but rather because there can be an awareness in the dying to see ourselves and others through the filter of unconditional love as opposed to judgment.

I think it was Ray Charles, the hugely talented blind musician was fussed over in an interview about how difficult life must be to live in this world without vision. Ray Charles said something like, "I see much more than you imagine. I see everything." The Angels tell me that the blind from birth often see with the same vision we see with when we pass on. No glasses needed! We see who walks in truth and who does not. Who is aligned in Love and who fakes it. We see true inner beauty. We know when the heart speaks.

Think for a moment of Helen Keller left blind and deaf at an early age. How was this woman able to accomplish all that she did? Was she tuned in to another part of life that the living usually left behind in the spiritual world? Was she not bringing the two worlds together to create a viable life in a body?

The dead and the alive worlds already overlap. It is our linear training, passed down from generation to generation, that blocks our knowing anything except the physical world. It is how we have kept each other in check. Is it working? I'll leave that up to you.

Can we allow in more of the spiritual world by opening to seeing, hearing, experiencing and accepting what we think is not real? Why not? It is not just we spiritual people who are pushing open the doors. Our Quantum Physicists are backing up our intuitive vision by showing us that the impossible is real.

One of my readers, Joerg, asked several interesting questions, of which this is the first.

How can we bring our world and the dead world together? The world of the dead and the world of the living intersect now. Most do not notice because as a baby in a physical body, we enter life with the spiritual world overlaying our impressions of life in a body. We enter our world with one foot in the spiritual world and the other foot in the physical. By the time we are six or seven, normally we are firmly affixed in the linear world of the five senses with a touch of the intuitive sixth.

You may have noticed that many who are thought to be mentally ill often say they are God. "Oh," we say. "You're crazy," and observe their behavior to make sure no other serious signs of abnormality appear. What if they see in their skewed mental state beyond what we, the normal, see? What if they see the Truth?

If you ever have the opportunity to spend time with a Downs Syndrome child, you will see that they are all about love. They get it. They are here to teach the rest of us. Although they need help functioning in the physical world, they have not forgotten what it feels like in the spiritual world, where they had no body to be concerned with and their very essence was permeated with unconditional love and acceptance.

People who endure disabling disease are challenged to connect with their center of spirituality, their loving heart, perhaps because there is nothing much for them to hang onto in the physical world. As we prepare to die, we might observe a similar reaction within ourselves, not because of religious teachings, but rather because there can be an awareness in the dying to see ourselves and others through the filter of unconditional love as opposed to judgment.

I think it was Ray Charles, the hugely talented blind musician was fussed over in an interview about how difficult life must be to live in this world without vision. Ray Charles said something like, "I see much more than you imagine. I see everything." The Angels tell me that the blind from birth often see with the same vision we see with when we pass on. No glasses needed! We see who walks in truth and who does not. Who is aligned in Love and who fakes it. We see true inner beauty. We know when the heart speaks.

Think for a moment of Helen Keller left blind and deaf at an early age. How was this woman able to accomplish all that she did? Was she tuned in to another part of life that the living usually left behind in the spiritual world? Was she not bringing the two worlds together to create a viable life in a body?

The dead and the alive worlds already overlap. It is our linear training, passed down from generation to generation, that blocks our knowing anything except the physical world. It is how we have kept each other in check. Is it working? I'll leave that up to you.

Can we allow in more of the spiritual world by opening to seeing, hearing, experiencing and accepting what we think is not real? Why not? It is not just we spiritual people who are pushing open the doors. Our Quantum Physicists are backing up our intuitive vision by showing us that the impossible is real.

One of my readers, Joerg, asked several interesting questions, of which this is the first.

How can we bring our world and the dead world together? The world of the dead and the world of the living intersect now. Most do not notice because as a baby in a physical body, we enter life with the spiritual world overlaying our impressions of life in a body. We enter our world with one foot in the spiritual world and the other foot in the physical. By the time we are six or seven, normally we are firmly affixed in the linear world of the five senses with a touch of the intuitive sixth.

You may have noticed that many who are thought to be mentally ill often say they are God. "Oh," we say. "You're crazy," and observe their behavior to make sure no other serious signs of abnormality appear. What if they see in their skewed mental state beyond what we, the normal, see? What if they see the Truth?

If you ever have the opportunity to spend time with a Downs Syndrome child, you will see that they are all about love. They get it. They are here to teach the rest of us. Although they need help functioning in the physical world, they have not forgotten what it feels like in the spiritual world, where they had no body to be concerned with and their very essence was permeated with unconditional love and acceptance.

People who endure disabling disease are challenged to connect with their center of spirituality, their loving heart, perhaps because there is nothing much for them to hang onto in the physical world. As we prepare to die, we might observe a similar reaction within ourselves, not because of religious teachings, but rather because there can be an awareness in the dying to see ourselves and others through the filter of unconditional love as opposed to judgment.

I think it was Ray Charles, the hugely talented blind musician was fussed over in an interview about how difficult life must be to live in this world without vision. Ray Charles said something like, "I see much more than you imagine. I see everything." The Angels tell me that the blind from birth often see with the same vision we see with when we pass on. No glasses needed! We see who walks in truth and who does not. Who is aligned in Love and who fakes it. We see true inner beauty. We know when the heart speaks.

Think for a moment of Helen Keller left blind and deaf at an early age. How was this woman able to accomplish all that she did? Was she tuned in to another part of life that the living usually left behind in the spiritual world? Was she not bringing the two worlds together to create a viable life in a body?

The dead and the alive worlds already overlap. It is our linear training, passed down from generation to generation, that blocks our knowing anything except the physical world. It is how we have kept each other in check. Is it working? I'll leave that up to you.

Can we allow in more of the spiritual world by opening to seeing, hearing, experiencing and accepting what we think is not real? Why not? It is not just we spiritual people who are pushing open the doors. Our Quantum Physicists are backing up our intuitive vision by showing us that the impossible is real.

One of my readers, Joerg, asked several interesting questions, of which this is the first.

How can we bring our world and the dead world together? The world of the dead and the world of the living intersect now. Most do not notice because as a baby in a physical body, we enter life with the spiritual world overlaying our impressions of life in a body. We enter our world with one foot in the spiritual world and the other foot in the physical. By the time we are six or seven, normally we are firmly affixed in the linear world of the five senses with a touch of the intuitive sixth.

You may have noticed that many who are thought to be mentally ill often say they are God. "Oh," we say. "You're crazy," and observe their behavior to make sure no other serious signs of abnormality appear. What if they see in their skewed mental state beyond what we, the normal, see? What if they see the Truth?

If you ever have the opportunity to spend time with a Downs Syndrome child, you will see that they are all about love. They get it. They are here to teach the rest of us. Although they need help functioning in the physical world, they have not forgotten what it feels like in the spiritual world, where they had no body to be concerned with and their very essence was permeated with unconditional love and acceptance.

People who endure disabling disease are challenged to connect with their center of spirituality, their loving heart, perhaps because there is nothing much for them to hang onto in the physical world. As we prepare to die, we might observe a similar reaction within ourselves, not because of religious teachings, but rather because there can be an awareness in the dying to see ourselves and others through the filter of unconditional love as opposed to judgment.

I think it was Ray Charles, the hugely talented blind musician was fussed over in an interview about how difficult life must be to live in this world without vision. Ray Charles said something like, "I see much more than you imagine. I see everything." The Angels tell me that the blind from birth often see with the same vision we see with when we pass on. No glasses needed! We see who walks in truth and who does not. Who is aligned in Love and who fakes it. We see true inner beauty. We know when the heart speaks.

Think for a moment of Helen Keller left blind and deaf at an early age. How was this woman able to accomplish all that she did? Was she tuned in to another part of life that the living usually left behind in the spiritual world? Was she not bringing the two worlds together to create a viable life in a body?

The dead and the alive worlds already overlap. It is our linear training, passed down from generation to generation, that blocks our knowing anything except the physical world. It is how we have kept each other in check. Is it working? I'll leave that up to you.

Can we allow in more of the spiritual world by opening to seeing, hearing, experiencing and accepting what we think is not real? Why not? It is not just we spiritual people who are pushing open the doors. Our Quantum Physicists are backing up our intuitive vision by showing us that the impossible is real.

One of my readers, Joerg, asked several interesting questions, of which this is the first.

How can we bring our world and the dead world together? The world of the dead and the world of the living intersect now. Most do not notice because as a baby in a physical body, we enter life with the spiritual world overlaying our impressions of life in a body. We enter our world with one foot in the spiritual world and the other foot in the physical. By the time we are six or seven, normally we are firmly affixed in the linear world of the five senses with a touch of the intuitive sixth.

You may have noticed that many who are thought to be mentally ill often say they are God. "Oh," we say. "You're crazy," and observe their behavior to make sure no other serious signs of abnormality appear. What if they see in their skewed mental state beyond what we, the normal, see? What if they see the Truth?

If you ever have the opportunity to spend time with a Downs Syndrome child, you will see that they are all about love. They get it. They are here to teach the rest of us. Although they need help functioning in the physical world, they have not forgotten what it feels like in the spiritual world, where they had no body to be concerned with and their very essence was permeated with unconditional love and acceptance.

People who endure disabling disease are challenged to connect with their center of spirituality, their loving heart, perhaps because there is nothing much for them to hang onto in the physical world. As we prepare to die, we might observe a similar reaction within ourselves, not because of religious teachings, but rather because there can be an awareness in the dying to see ourselves and others through the filter of unconditional love as opposed to judgment.

I think it was Ray Charles, the hugely talented blind musician was fussed over in an interview about how difficult life must be to live in this world without vision. Ray Charles said something like, "I see much more than you imagine. I see everything." The Angels tell me that the blind from birth often see with the same vision we see with when we pass on. No glasses needed! We see who walks in truth and who does not. Who is aligned in Love and who fakes it. We see true inner beauty. We know when the heart speaks.

Think for a moment of Helen Keller left blind and deaf at an early age. How was this woman able to accomplish all that she did? Was she tuned in to another part of life that the living usually left behind in the spiritual world? Was she not bringing the two worlds together to create a viable life in a body?

The dead and the alive worlds already overlap. It is our linear training, passed down from generation to generation, that blocks our knowing anything except the physical world. It is how we have kept each other in check. Is it working? I'll leave that up to you.

Can we allow in more of the spiritual world by opening to seeing, hearing, experiencing and accepting what we think is not real? Why not? It is not just we spiritual people who are pushing open the doors. Our Quantum Physicists are backing up our intuitive vision by showing us that the impossible is real.

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