Thursday, August 22, 2013

The Truth of the Spirit World

The Spirit World is the real world and the true home of human souls. The Spirit World is the answer to the question “Where do we come from and where do we go after we die?”

The Spirit World is of a multi-layered structure. It is divided into many different levels (dimensions) according to the state of mind of the spirits who live there. There are levels in the Spirit World ranging from the fourth to the ninth dimension. The higher dimensions are inhabited by spirits who are closer to the mind of God (Buddha). As the spirits ascend to the higher dimensions, they move further away from worldly or human attributes, becoming spiritually free and limitless beings.

The Posthumous Realm of the Fourth Dimension

The fourth dimension is the lowest level of the Spirit World and it is divided into the Astral Realm and the Realm of Hell. The Realm of Hell is a world of delusion and suffering. It is not a big world such as to be the equivalent to the Heavenly Realm. Hell exists in a part of the fourth dimension as an asylum for souls that forgot their true spiritual self and led a deluded way of life on earth. The inhabitants of the Astral Realm possess some degree of enlightenment as spirits, but their ideas and way of thinking are bound to worldly things. The inhabitants of this realm have the closest lifestyle to the way of life on earth.

The Spirit World of the Fifth Dimension

The fifth dimension is known as the Realm of the Good and is the world inhabited by those whose thoughts are good. It is the world generally known as “Heaven.” The people of this world have the will to treat those around them in the way they themselves like to be treated. The souls of the fifth dimension understand the value of giving love; they bless others and reflect upon themselves, and their hearts are humble and pure.

The Realm of Light in the Sixth Dimension

The sixth dimension is known as the Realm of Light and is the world inhabited by excellent leaders who possess good thoughts and can put spiritually nurturing love into practice. The upper level of the sixth dimension is the beginning of what is known as “the realm of the high spirits”, the realm inhabited by those who have attained the state of Arhat and are aiming to become Bodhisattvas or angels. The inhabitants of the sixth dimension are studying the knowledge of God’s (Buddha’s) Truth while undergoing further spiritual training.

The Realm of the Angels/Bodhisattvas in the Seventh Dimension

The seventh dimension is the world inhabited by angels or Bodhisattvas and is known as the Bosatsu or Angelic Realm. It is a world of true love. The inhabitants of this world have selfless minds; they live to serve God (Buddha) and work for the salvation of human souls. They concentrate their mind on how to lead human beings to do good and put God’s (Buddha’s) Truth into practice. They further deepen their spiritual refinement by focusing on how to increasingly interweave the mind of God (Buddha) into their practice.

The Tathagata Realm in the Eighth Dimension

The eighth dimension is called the Tathagata Realm. It is the world where the leaders of the angels (Archangels) and Bodhisattvas live. Tathagatas are great souls that bring religious sects into being and create the 'spirit' of the various ages. The attributes of the human soul have faded for the inhabitants of this realm and they exist as huge bodies of consciousness. They have a thorough knowledge of their essential freedom as spirits, and when it is necessary to take action, they can divide their consciousness into as many parts as needed.

The Cosmic Realm of the Ninth Dimension

The ninth dimension is known as the Cosmic Realm or the Realm of Saviors; it is the world where saviors, who can launch global religions, live. Ten great spirits, who have been involved in the matters concerning this planet Earth ever since it was created, live in this realm. Each of them is a source of the prism of seven-colored light that shapes the characteristics of the terrestrial spirit group. In the highest sacred zone of the ninth dimension, the Supreme God, Lord El Cantare exists. He is the source of the light; of love, compassion, wisdom and courage. Lord El Cantare is the father of human souls, guiding the whole of humankind to spiritual evolution and eternal happiness.


In philosophy, religion, mythology, the afterlife (also referred to as life after death or the Hereafter) is the concept of a realm, or the realm itself (whether physical or transcendental), in which an essential part of an individual's identity or consciousness continues to reside after the death of the body in the individual's lifetime. According to various ideas of the afterlife, the essential aspect of the individual that lives on after death may be some partial element, or the entire soul, of an individual, which carries with it and confers personal identity. Belief in an afterlife, which may be naturalistic or supernatural, is in contrast to the belief in eternal oblivion after death.

In some popular views, this continued existence often takes place in a spiritual realm, and in other popular views, the individual may be reborn into this world and begin the life cycle over again, likely with no memory of what they have done in the past. In this latter view, such rebirths and deaths may take place over and over again continuously until the individual gains entry to a spiritual realm or Otherworld. Major views on the afterlife derive from religion, esotericism and metaphysics.

Some belief systems, such as those in the Abrahamic tradition, hold that the dead go to a specific plane of existence after death, as determined by a god, gods, or other divine judgment, based on their actions or beliefs during life. In contrast, in systems of reincarnation, such as those in the Dharmic tradition, the nature of the continued existence is determined directly by the actions of the individual in the ended life, rather than through the decision of another being.


Reincarnation refers to an afterlife concept found among Hindus, Buddhists, Jains, Sikhs, Rosicrucians, Spiritists, Pagans, and Wiccans. Reincarnation is also a belief described in Kabbalistic Judaism as gilgul neshamot (Reincarnation of Souls). In reincarnation, spiritual development continues after death as the deceased begins another earthly life in the physical world, acquiring a superior grade of consciousness and altruism by means of successive reincarnations. This succession leads toward an eventual liberation.

One consequence of the Hindu and Spiritist beliefs is that our current lives are both afterlife and a beforelife. According to those beliefs events in our current life are consequences of actions taken in previous lives, or Karma.

Rosicrucians, in the same way of those who have had near-death experiences, speak of a life review period occurring immediately after death and before entering the afterlife's planes of existence (before the silver cord is broken), followed by a judgment, more akin to a Final Review or End Report over one's life.

Death and the afterlife

Death is not the end of life. Death is just a departure for the Spirit World, which is our true home in the afterlife. People today know about earthly things in much greater detail than they did in the past, but when it comes to the important spiritual matters such as death and the world after death, it can be said that the people of the past were much more knowledgeable. Information concerning the world after death is not taught at schools, many people believe that talk of the world after death is old-fashioned, and spend their lives in ignorance of it. This results in all kinds of confusion when they die and return back to the Real World.

The moment of True Death

True death does not occur when the physical body stops functioning. The moment of true death is when the “silver cord” connecting a physical body and a soul is severed. It usually takes place about one day after physical death and is also closely related to how quickly a person is able to accept his/her death.

Where Do Souls Go After Death?

During the first seven days or so, the soul of the deceased person usually remains close to the place he/she lived and tries to follow the lifestyle he or she was used to. The destination that souls take after death varies, and souls can be divided into three groups accordingly:

1. Souls that cannot begin their departure to the Spirit World and become “earth-bound spirits” (ghosts) because they lived with a totally materialistic view of life and strongly denied life after death, or, are emotionally attached to something in this world to the point of not being able to let go.

2. Souls who fall straight to hell, because living on earth, they led a life full of evil and were possessed by more than four or five hell spirits at the time of death. These souls cannot make the normal departure to the other world and, instead, they go straight down to the depths of hell.

3. Souls that depart to the Spirit World with the help of a “Spirit Guide”. The majority of people usually wander around their house during the first seven days after their physical death, but when their consciousness becomes clear enough, a “spirit guide” comes to help them to realize that they are already dead. This spirit guide could be, in an ordinary case, a close friend, an acquaintance, parents or a sibling who died earlier.

Departure to the Spirit World

After a deceased person accepts that he is dead, “an expert spirit guide” comes to meet him. Depending on the person’s religious background or belief, an expert spirit will take the form of a Buddhist monk, Christian priest or an angel, and guide the person to the River Styx, which divides this world and the next.

Crossing the River Styx

The River Styx may appear different depending from person to person, but in essence it represents a border in the person’s consciousness and once it is crossed, he cannot return to the physical world. At this point everyone must contemplate how best to cross and the way each person crosses shows the level of purity of the soul and how easily he can get rid of all his worldly attachments.

The Screen That Projects Your Life On Earth

Eventually, after crossing the river Styx, the person comes to the place called the “Mirror of Truth”, where the record of his life is projected on a mirror or screen. Many souls who have an interest in the person’s life come down to watch his “life movie”. The movie shows what kind of person the deceased really was, revealing his thoughts and all his actions to the audience. By the time the screening is over, the person himself more or less realizes the result and if there are lessons he needs to re-learn, he will go to the most suitable place for learning in the Spirit World.

Spirit World ~ The World That Corresponds to the State of Mind

Since the Spirit World is governed by the law, “like attracts like” and only thoughts exist there, the state of mind is the main criteria which decides where a deceased person goes. A deceased person goes to the world inhabited by people with the same type of mind as his, be it heaven or hell.

Thus, the sum of all the elements in life on earth determines where people go after death. The destination after death is determined by following the rule of self-responsibility. All people have the freedom of choice in their life and what appears after death reflects the choices they have made.

All people have to review their lives after they die, but by beginning this self-reflection process in advance, they can achieve spiritual progress much more swiftly. This is what true religions teach.

Reference book ~ The Laws of Eternity

Reference book ~ The Philosophy of Progress 

The Truth About The Soul and Guardian Spirits

Humans, in essence, are spiritual beings who exist in the Spirit World as bodies of energy. When a soul reincarnates on earth, a part of that energy dwells in a physical body and lives as a human being, whilst the rest of that energy stays in the Spirit World and is called “brother and sister souls” or “soul siblings”. So, brother and sister souls are part of our own energy body residing in the Spirit World.

The Anatomy of the Human Soul

A human spirit is composed of six soul siblings, which form an entity called the “soul group”. A soul group consists of six spirits, where one of the spirits is the core spirit – like the palm of a hand, and five branch spirits – like fingers of a hand. A group of “one core spirit and five branch spirits” develop together as an integral entity. Each spirit of the soul group takes turns to be born on to earth and when it returns back to the Spirit World, it shares his or her life experiences with the other soul siblings. However, this structure does not necessarily apply to the highly evolved souls, who reside in the 8th dimension and above.

What Kind Of Being Is A Guardian Spirit?

Each human soul born on earth as a human being has one guardian spirit assigned to look after him or her whilst on earth. As a general rule, the role of a guardian spirit is taken by one of the soul siblings, who lived on earth most recently and has the most recent knowledge of the three-dimensional world. Our guardian spirits try to protect us from evil and danger, and send us inspirations so that we will make the correct decisions in the most important phases of our lives. In order to catch these inspirations, it is important to refine our mind on a daily basis, recite “The Prayer to Guardian and Guiding Spirits” maintain the conditions for communicating with them. Guardian spirits reside in the Spirit World, so they can see everything from one level higher than we can here in the third dimension. However, since we come from the same energy entity, their level of consciousness is not so different from our own. Our guardian spirits have exactly the same character and tendencies as ourselves. They have a similar way of thinking and speak in almost exactly the same way as we do. This means that a guardian spirit is not a perfect being either.

How To Receive Inspiration From Our Guardian Spirit

Our guardian spirit always wish for our personal happiness and for the progress and prosperity of the earthly world. In order to receive guidance from our guardian spirit it is important to believe that they are there and show gratitude for their spiritual help. It is important to practice self-reflection and meditation in order to purify the mind and become more receptive to their voice while offering our prayers for their guidance and protection with a pure heart.

Reference book ~ The Origin of Love

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