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What do you consider valid ADC?

Discussion in 'After-Death Communication' started by MarkZerafa, Dec 27, 2016.

  1. kim

    kim Regular Contributor

    Typical Christians seem to give God the same status as Santa Claus.
     
  2. bluebird

    bluebird Major Contributor

    I disagree. Some do, that much is true, but they tend to be the very young and/or the very misinformed.
     
  3. mac

    mac Staff Member

    ."..what does "GOOHF" stand for?" 'Get Out Of Hell Free' - neat, eh? :D

    :oops: OOPS! My notification didn't arrive before I'd posted the above. :oops:
     
  4. mac

    mac Staff Member

    Nothing can change what didn't happen but any intense desire relates to the dimension left behind. It's arguable that if you carry over with you your frustration over unfulfillment - and if you're unble to resolve it - you might choose to return to try again.
     
  5. kim

    kim Regular Contributor

    Life is eternal. I don't want the low vibrational nature of this world to wrongly influence the vibrational nature that is within my mind, because that's what is eternal. However I choose to think is where I'll spend eternity, but I can decide to change my thoughts whenever I'd like to. Eternity is in the NOW.
     
  6. Amore

    Amore New Member

    I think we only take our problems with us when we pass on if we cling to them, hold onto them in our mind. You are free to realize that they don't matter as much as you believed and to let them go at any time.

    As to whether this life on this earth is real, I would say yes it is, but compared to the spirit world it is a flimsy reality. It is ever changing, nothing lasts, solid matter has been proven to be not solid at all, etc. Eternal life, the spirit world, is much more profound, a much deeper and wider and all encompassing reality, in which physical reality only plays a small part. Physical reality is like a school where we learn to let love and kindness and joy shine through despite being condensed in these limited bodies and brains, struggling to survive, dealing with adverse and even hostile environments, etc. It's like God thought one day, let's see if I can still find ways to be loving if I lower my vibrations waaayyy down and put myself in all these shitty situations. Like an experiment or something. It's important and real but not as much as we believe it to be. And when we pass on it falls away like a shell and we realize we were never that shell and that the shell never mattered much. What matters is the love we were able to bring "down here" while we were in the body.

    I think that is what is meant when they say this earthly life is not real.

    That's just my take on it.
     
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  7. kim

    kim Regular Contributor

    A flimsy reality, Amore, that is a good way of putting it. Divine Consciousness only pays attention to what It created, and what It created is just like It: Perfect.
     
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  8. RobertaGrimes

    RobertaGrimes Administrator

    "Get Out Of Hell Free" ;-). It's the GOOHF card! And you pronounce it "Goof," since in fact there is no such card and the fake first-century theology that produced it always was a gigantic goof. Heh - every time I write that I think of it as my personal gift to Jesus, my Eternal Wayshower and Best Friend.
     
  9. mac

    mac Staff Member

    I disagree over all the points you've made. When you speak about God thinking in the way you've suggested you're showing that you are simply considering the situation from the constrained perspective of an incarnate. God isn't a single entity and isn't a human. It doesn't have thoughts in the way humans have thoughts.
     
  10. Amore

    Amore New Member

    Thanks for the reminder mac ;) That's why I started my sentence with "It's like". I used the word 'God' and his/her/its presumed thoughts to paint a picture of how existence may have unfolded to the point that we are now here living a perceived reality in a physical body. By no means do I believe in a God as a single entity with human-like thoughts.
     

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