Part 2, January 2019 - 2020

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kim

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Hi Carol and Mikey,
Does Mikey think that some of us become attached to this world which causes it to be hard to search for and discover new ways of thinking? I feel like fear is a blockage for me. Thank-you. love, Kim
 

ConfusedOne

Occasional Contributor
Hi.

Questions for Mickey.
1. Is false hope something good from a spiritual point of view?
2. Is suicide part of the plan? Some people clearly cry out to heaven when they are on the edge - I don't quite understand why their pleas go unanswered if suicide is such a karmically heavy thing.
3. Is it true that Jesus doesn't have a sense of humor? Throughout the gospel, he doesn't make any jokes. I once asked this question to a priest at a Catechism course in front of a full hall of people, and I still remember how surprised and unfriendly people looked at me. Sometimes I think God doesn't have a sense of humor either.
4. Was the Holocaust planned in heaven? It turns out that spirituality contradicts morality. Is there anything that some spirits won't do for spiritual growth? After all, other methods also suggest growth, but slower.
5. Are there skeptics among the spirits? On earth there is. Some believe that skepticism is opposed to spirituality. If this is the case, why do some spirits choose this way of life?

Reading my questions, I understand why I am not invited to parties and catechism courses :(


Hi,

Sorry if I'm posting in the wrong forum. But for question #3, I found it interesting from the book Life in World Unseen, talking about a celestial soul (the Chaldean)

Quote from the book:
"I truly believe that the Chaldean is the merriest soul in the whole of the spirit realms. I mention this specifically because there would seem to be an idea in some minds that the higher one’s spiritual status becomes, the more serious one has to be. Such a notion is entirely false. The reverse is the truth. Light hearted merriment that comes truly from the heart, that hurts no one and is directed against no one to their detriment, but that is indulged in for the sake of making others merry, such merriment is welcomed and encouraged in the spirit world."

Would this be accurate, Mikey?

Thank you!
ConfusedOne
 

mac

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Hi,

Sorry if I'm posting in the wrong forum. But for question #3, I found it interesting from the book Life in World Unseen, talking about a celestial soul (the Chaldean)

Quote from the book:
"I truly believe that the Chaldean is the merriest soul in the whole of the spirit realms. I mention this specifically because there would seem to be an idea in some minds that the higher one’s spiritual status becomes, the more serious one has to be. Such a notion is entirely false. The reverse is the truth. Light hearted merriment that comes truly from the heart, that hurts no one and is directed against no one to their detriment, but that is indulged in for the sake of making others merry, such merriment is welcomed and encouraged in the spirit world."

Would this be accurate?

Thank you!
ConfusedOne

This is Borgia's book, I think? I'm assuming this is a question for Mikey so I've marked it that way although Mikey is unlikely to have read the book.
 

Carol and Mikey

Golden Hearts
Hi Carol And Mikey,

First I want to thank you for the all help a long awhile back, it will really really helped me.

I bought and read the book, it was a wonderful read. If I may, I just wanted to ask a few questions:

1. After going back to heaven, you said you remember your past before coming here, how was the feeling like? Is it like the Matrix(Movie) where
you wake up and realized your true nature? I ask this, because in Nosso Lar, when one of mom reincarnates, he was sad that he was losing his mother, but
to my understanding, even if she goes back to heaven, he will still see her as his mom, vs other people that incarnates with her seeing her as the new incarnate form, so he never actually loses his mom, it will be same, the bonds will still be there no matter what, would this be correct?

2. I read Life in the world Unseen, Robert Benson(main character) was invited to celestial realms, by a celestial being only for a short period and explained the beauty in it,
is this possible? Can you request something like that?

3. Is it true that after WW2, mainly lightworkers(Like you and your family) started coming to this world, even when there wasn't a need for reincarnating; just to help
raise the vibration? It seems like there are 2 main groups people that are loving (especially very loving families) and spiritually inclined like many on this forum (that are probably on their last incarnation) and "new" souls (never been to earth) are making up the world now, with the loving group helping the transition for the next cycle of "new" souls.

4. Lastly, you mention Jesus coming to earth, would Maitreya be the same soul or something entirely different?

Sorry for the many questions!

Thank you!
Hi ConfusedOne,
Mikey and I have not seen the Matrix movie. But Mikey does say that our relationships and experiences we share always stay with us. They are a part of us! So yes to your first question.
Question #2:
Again, no idea about the book you are talking about. According to Mikey, we only can experience the true afterlife dimensions when the silver cord severs and death of the physical body occurs.
Question #3:
Mikey tells me this is partially true. New souls (how you define them) are not making up much of the world now from Mikey's viewpoint. Many of the souls here have been here numerous times defore. And they will make change according to Mikey. Certainly one thing with them is they are not as judgmental to life styles and they are not being involved near as much with religions and the rules involved. Mikey tells me Spirituality will dominate.
Question #4:
They are different souls according to Mikey.
Carol and Mikey "in Spirit"
 

Carol and Mikey

Golden Hearts
Wow some great questions and answers there. Thank you all!

Carol & Mikey I am wondering about prayer, is there a purpose for it and if so what?

My Mum passed away New Years Eve just gone, she was involved in a car accident before I was born, ultimately the accident led to a series of injuries & medical conditions that caused her a lot of pain and suffering over the years (48+ years ago) but especially the last 3 years of her life where she was put into a nursing home, was bed ridden and passed quite horribly in her final day's.

In this situation is prayer of any good to anyone other than me?

If yes who receives that prayer and acts or does not act upon it?

I found myself unsure if I should pray for her to get better, which with out a miracle of great significance was not going to happen and I did not want to prolong her life and have her continue to suffer, just so I felt ok that my Mum was still on the Earth Plane or should I pray for her to pass quickly and be met by our loved ones?

Does saying Grace before a meal mean anything to anyone or accomplish anything?

Is there a power to prayer that if multiple people pray for the same thing it is more likely to be answered? ie. If I pray for a miracle by myself V 1,000 people that pray for the same miracle V 1,000,000 people that pray for the same miracle?


Thank you, Carol your's & Mikey's work and dedication in this forum is greatly appreciated.
Mikey tells me there is great power in prayer. Who receives it? Individuals who it is directed to as well as guides, and loved ones. (Saying grace before a meal is "a ritual" from Mikey's viewpoint.)
Praying for your Mum to pass quickly so she wouldn't have to suffer is not wrong, just as praying for her to get better. Mikey says the issue with prayer being answered in this situation depends on the individual's life journey and the lessons that are involved and that wanted to be experienced while here on earth. We don't know (or remember) that when we are here. There are lessons for the sick as well as the caregivers. Our guides try to keep us on track. This influences how prayers are answered according to Mikey.
Regarding any prayers answered no matter how many are saying them , the life journey experiences and lessons are considered from Mikey's viewpoint.
Carol and Mikey "in Spirit"
 

Carol and Mikey

Golden Hearts
It is true that after the review of life, the soul easily forgives offenders, but is it very difficult to forgive yourself for the pain caused to others?
You are correct from Mikey's viewpoint! He continues to tell me it really can be challenging depending on the situation because we feel what our actions did. Mikey also tells me we are human and no one is perfect. We are here on earth to learn loving ways in various situations, some which are tough at times.
Carol and Mikey "in Spirit"
 

Carol and Mikey

Golden Hearts
Hi Carol and Mikey,
Does Mikey think that some of us become attached to this world which causes it to be hard to search for and discover new ways of thinking? I feel like fear is a blockage for me. Thank-you. love, Kim
Mikey tells me it is easy for us to get attached to things here. Society and peer influences are strong. Sometimes it's just easier not to question and challenge. Fear can be a huge block to openness and awareness according to Mikey. (He tells me constantly to not let fear get in the way. Can be tough.......don't want people to think I'm crazy!)
Your welcome, by the way! :)
Carol and Mikey "in Spirit"
 

Carol and Mikey

Golden Hearts
When Robert Schumann apparently showed up at a seance and asked that his violin concerto be unearthed and performed, he did not seem to know its exact location but knew enough that it was found. Is this degree of knowledge about the location of earthly objects what we would expect from spirits?

The story is here: Robert Schumann: Violin Concerto - how a séance uncovered a lost classic - Classic FM
Mikey tells me it varies. Many spirits lose interest in things here once they return to the afterlife. Exact details can become faded from Mikey's viewpoint.
Carol and Mikey "in Spirit"
 

Carol and Mikey

Golden Hearts
Hi,

Sorry if I'm posting in the wrong forum. But for question #3, I found it interesting from the book Life in World Unseen, talking about a celestial soul (the Chaldean)

Quote from the book:
"I truly believe that the Chaldean is the merriest soul in the whole of the spirit realms. I mention this specifically because there would seem to be an idea in some minds that the higher one’s spiritual status becomes, the more serious one has to be. Such a notion is entirely false. The reverse is the truth. Light hearted merriment that comes truly from the heart, that hurts no one and is directed against no one to their detriment, but that is indulged in for the sake of making others merry, such merriment is welcomed and encouraged in the spirit world."

Would this be accurate, Mikey?

Thank you!
ConfusedOne
Mikey tells me light hearted merriment that comes from the heart is a good thing! Positive loving energy! It is very welcomed in the spirit world! The more advanced souls are not necessarily more serious according to Mikey. (Not Sure what you mean by Chaldean soul.)
Carol and Mikey 'in Spirit"
 
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