Where are we without the Spirit World ?
We can be lost in a place or mental state of absolute despair. Some music expresses the emptiness and desolation or panic when a person feels absolutely alone, deserted or lost when a loved one moves away or dies. This melancholy and feeling that we will never see that person again utterly shatters confidence and hope and it seems that there is nothing left to live for.
This grief, and in other situations, feelings of remorse or guilt, leaves a person in deep despondency and suicidal thoughts may emerge. There seems to be no hope, no love, no meaning, no joy, no life.
This absolute detachment from the stream of life and a feeling of utter loss and futility is natural, if it is a reflection of some modern nihilist philosophies, but if it becomes such a shock that recovery back to a normal life is impeded, there is defintietely somehing missing in a person's life, beyond the loss of a loved one, or having a sense of nothing to live for.
Put in simple terms, utter desolation like this is due to lack of knowledge of the Spirit World. The person's life has been completely controlled or abused by another, or has been completely immersed in the material life, and there has been no contact with the World Beyond. All connections have been cut off, at least in the conscious mind.
However, each one of us is attached to the greater spirit body we are part of, by the silver cord which keeps us alive when we sleep and dream and go out-of-body, or on other occasions when we see and experience realities beyond the nromal senses of the physical body. This spiritual cord which keeps our physical body alive also connects us with the Spirit World, at all times, and it is there throughout our lifetime. It is indeed our lifeline.
If we have forgotten our real spirit self which resides in the Spirit World, right now, or if we ignore it, the cord is nevertheless still there. We just have to change our erroneous beliefs if we should think that there is no life beyond death, merely extinction. The fear and despair described above can be demolished by opening up the spirit connection of one's own silver cord. We may not see it or feel it, but merely reading and accepting some of the information offered in these articles will help us recover the flow of spiritual energy coming from beyond. Hope, expectancy, consolation, vitality and an all-embracing love will flow back into life, and it will be worth living again, and so life will continue.
Even after the terrible disasters and genocidal events that have occurred recently where millions have died within a few days or weeks, consolation, recovery and reconciliation come to us from the Spirit World, as is seen in the contacts we have received after the events of 9/11. [See Bonnie McEneaney's book "Messages."]
People who live in a tragic state of mind, in the limbo of despair, perhaps have never experienced loneliness or solitude before, and there seems to be nowhere to go. If they only knew! This is why knowledge of the Spirit World should be taught early on in life, if it is not already experienced by those who are naturally clairvoyant. The Spirit World and our spirt guides will always try to keep the contact open between them and us, but some of us can remain stubbornly ignorant or sceptical and not wish to know anything paranormal, not wishing or daring to go against the current materialistic world-view. We can't forcibly make people pay attention or convert them to a new religion or frame of mind. But at first, merely to suggest and demonstrate, if we can, just one aspect of the powers of the spirit may turn the key in the lock, and open the door to let light in.
Grief counsellors and traditionally trained therapists may themselves have no knowledge of the Spirit World, so their help will not be complete. Thay can only help a person adjust to the present situation, and not reach out much further beyond. But all loneliness and depression would soon be lifted if the existence of the Spirit World were made known.
A sense of desolation may come not with the loss of a loved one, but with a business failure, loss of house and home in a flood or tornado, or from the thwarting of plans and ambitions for some reason or other. If there is no sight of the Spirit World and the purposes for which a person incarnated are lost, together with life's hard knocks, all this will make continuing to exist quite an ordeal. To face up to problems of daily living and jump over these hurdles sometimes needs an heroic effort. But we must jump back into the race, and a little spiritual knowledge of the Life Beyond will give us that extra impetus.
So, to keep alive and well, joyful and triumphant, whatever happens, we will continue to look at and remain in contact with the Spirit World. We merely have to ask, or pray, or open our inner eye, to that greater reality.
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