Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Spiritualism

Spiritualism is a religion, a science, a philosophy and a way of life; not only is life eternal, but this can be verified. As a religion it is progressive and is considered by many to be the mother of all religions .
As a philosophy it is clear and accessible, and as a way of life it brings an element of joy into every nook and cranny of every-one’s pathway via life on earth.
Spiritualism itself was born of the northern hemisphere of our planet, although its phenomena are universal and timeless and the truths that is has revealed are as old as the earth itself.
So how does spiritualism prove that every human being, as well as every other,
creature lives for ever?
This is established through medium ship. It is established through those dedicated people who develop their psychic abilities to such extent that they are able to make a link, to become the exchange whereby those who presently reside in the world of spirit may communicated with those still here in the world of physical matter.
Our psychic being is our intuitive self.. It is that aspect of our persona that knows what we like and what we dislike.-and not only that very often who we like and whom we dislike at the first meeting.
All of us can recall walking into a building whether it be someone’s home or a public place, and feeling immediately uncomfortable, or walking into a crowded room, perhaps at a party, and seeing someone whom we like the look of or feel drawn to for no particular reason. Or the experience of making up a foursome for your friend’s benefits, a so-called “blind date” situation, where you can then forced to be in company of someone to whom you have taken an immediate dislike for an entire evening. All these impulses emanate from your psychic faculties.
This psychic side of your earthly life has a direct association with your spirit, and via your spirit to the spirit dimensions.
Modern Spiritualism first appeared in the 1840s in the Burned-Over
of
upstate New York where earlier religious movements such as Millerism (Seventh Day Adventists) and Mormonism had emerged during the Second great awakening. It was an environment in which many people felt that direct communication with God
or angels was possible, and in which many people felt uncomfortable with notions that God would behave harshly — for example, that God would condemn unbaptised infants to an eternity in Hell.

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