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Old 02-04-2015, 06:49 AM
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Chairs. There is a lack of chairs. Yeah, chairs.

(I watch too much Family Guy)
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Old 02-04-2015, 03:48 PM
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I've often asked the spirits (I record EVPs) to describe heaven and they're generally not very forthcoming with info on the subject. I suspect heaven is hard to describe in terms that we, the living, can fully comprehend.

One spirit told me that " heaven is perfect." But isn't the thought of a perfect place highly subjective? It sounds to me like heaven can accommodate everyone's personal taste.

I asked one spirit what he was doing in heaven that he enjoyed and he told me "fishing." Perhaps being on a lake fishing is that spirit's idea of a perfect place.


There are fish in heaven? Wonder how the fish feels being fished.. Makes me wonder if heaven/non-heavel (i wont say hell) are some how connected, and two beings can be in the same place at the same time and one experiences bliss while the other may still suffer in the same scenario
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Old 14-04-2015, 10:55 AM
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i no iv had od dreams abot lk its a big sea or a big montin got a big hotel blue rivr/lakee it is
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Old 14-04-2015, 01:39 PM
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I've often asked the spirits (I record EVPs) to describe heaven and they're generally not very forthcoming with info on the subject. I suspect heaven is hard to describe in terms that we, the living, can fully comprehend.

One spirit told me that " heaven is perfect." But isn't the thought of a perfect place highly subjective? It sounds to me like heaven can accommodate everyone's personal taste.

I asked one spirit what he was doing in heaven that he enjoyed and he told me "fishing." Perhaps being on a lake fishing is that spirit's idea of a perfect place.
"Heaven is the experience of perfect boundless love, a joyous union with all that is." CIM Adsorption into the web of Spirit that pervades every corner of the cosmos.
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Old 14-04-2015, 11:30 PM
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I've often asked the spirits (I record EVPs) to describe heaven and they're generally not very forthcoming with info on the subject. I suspect heaven is hard to describe in terms that we, the living, can fully comprehend.

One spirit told me that " heaven is perfect." But isn't the thought of a perfect place highly subjective? It sounds to me like heaven can accommodate everyone's personal taste.

I asked one spirit what he was doing in heaven that he enjoyed and he told me "fishing." Perhaps being on a lake fishing is that spirit's idea of a perfect place.

Yea I agree that perfect is subjective....

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Old 15-04-2015, 01:06 AM
Swami Chihuahuananda Swami Chihuahuananda is offline
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I don't do Heaven As a lot of other people do I believe in the Spirit World we never die we all have Eternal life.i have had three NDE I am a medium and I communicate with spirit, what I saw was a beautiful place full of color. a color you could not hope to replicate,
its full of peace and love.


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Color ...and 'things' that are not even things. Things we have no words for ...and energy , an equally inadequate word . It is beautiful beyond imagination or description .... and probably full of Chihuahuas
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Old 15-04-2015, 01:09 AM
Swami Chihuahuananda Swami Chihuahuananda is offline
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Chairs. There is a lack of chairs. Yeah, chairs.

(I watch too much Family Guy)

According to Talking Heads , Heaven is a place where nothing ever happens .
Song : 'Heaven', album : 'Fear Of Music' . No mention of chairs , but there is a party that never ends , so I don't expect they need chairs. (or do they ?)
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Old 15-04-2015, 11:05 AM
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Various cultures have different ideas and representations of heaven.

Christians say it is the clouds, sky and light.

Some say, the galaxies, stars and outer space are.

Some down-to-earth ideas include night club, dungeon, house, tree house, living in the jungle and so on.

Some are specific and worldly, such as world peace, social harmony and utopia.

Eastern religions say we all are part of the One, and therefore it is our duty to look after it, clean it, protect it, preserve it and fulfil it.

Sometimes, I imagine my heaven as an arcane sanctuary, where from the exterior, it is a diminutive house or temple, but as you enter, it is an infinite plane. Sometimes, I prefer ultimate solitude and would like to own my own universe metaphysically entirely different and in parallel with the current one. It could be where everything is computerised.

Sometimes, it is a sacred library. Sometimes, it is no civilisation but fully natural beauty and primitive world.

Sometimes, it is an immortal astronaut living in a space capsule travelling in hyperspace.

Values change and so are perceptions of heaven.

Anyone who reads this, please do share your perceptions, values and ideas of heaven.

I personally like to believe that heaven and hell are states of mind. If you are self-aware or mindful, you can create a heaven in the midst of hell.

And if you are unconscious and steeped in desires and cravings , you can create a hell in heaven itself.


This is my own observation.

With respect to the heaven and hell in afterlife, there is reference to this in Paramahamsa Yogananda's 'Autobiography of a Yogi' , where Yogananda's guru, Sri Yukteshwar, who had died, resurrected and speaks with Yogananda on his experience in the afterlife, and the astral universe and planets, where he abides. It was very interesting and logically put, and I enjoyed reading it.
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Old 15-04-2015, 11:41 AM
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My spirits told me that they play football in the afterlife.
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Old 16-04-2015, 03:25 AM
Swami Chihuahuananda Swami Chihuahuananda is offline
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My spirits told me that they play football in the afterlife.

American football, or Futbol/Soccer ?...
Not that it matters .

In heaven there are no concussions and everybody wins Football.

In Soccer heaven everybody scores a goal, even the goalkeepers , and nobody flops, ever.



In my heaven I play with Dr. J. and even dunk on him once in a while .
Chocolate Thunder rockin' the rim on Planet Lovetron is not a fantasy
in my heaven ; it's just another afternoon of hoops
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