An Inside Story 69
TWO WORLDS 17…
GOD’S ultimate plan for the soul, which is of great importance in our understanding, is that when God created the cosmos and souls, the cosmos that he was referring to was the entire universe, which not only includes Earth and our solar system, but also the rest of the Milky Way Galaxy and all the other galaxies in the known and unknown universe.
The physical life journey of the souls was to be experienced in many places in the cosmos, not just on Earth. To imagine for a moment, as we used to in years gone by that Earth is so special as to be the only planet to harbor life is as naive as believing that the Earth is flat.
Today, most of us realize that even though science has still not discovered any proof of life other than on Earth, they eventually will.
We as souls, live many lives in many places in the universe. In God’s dream, the plan for the Earth cycle of souls was a series of incarnations, (physical life experiences in a number of bodies) until every thought and every action of the physical body, with its five senses and conscious mind, was in accord with the plan originally laid out by God for the soul.
In other words, in all our many lives, (and our soul remembers every one) we accumulate knowledge and learn the necessary lessons until we have no need to return to Earth. There is no time limit, no penalty for not learning, no judgment day, no purgatory where we are held until a vindictive God decides whether we are worthy of heaven or hell.
Only when the body was no longer a hindrance and the soul was as free in it as out of it – then the cycle of earthly life would be finished and the soul could go on to new adventures.
We have lived in many bodies and have known ourselves by many names, learning more in each incarnation. This we will continue to do until we have no need to return to Earth again – but our learning experience will carry on – in other places in the cosmos…
Dan’s Quote: “You’re never going to get to any final place…
________And so, we want to remind you to relax and start having fun on the way.”- Abraham
Inspiration for this article came from the Philosophy of Edgar Cayce – and life itself.