And because we are, somehow, better than they, we get to go to heaven and they don’t. Christians will tell you outright that they believe that.

Neale Donald Walsch

This is SIMPLY what NDS says.  I’m not agreeing or disagreeing with the statement, except to say I’ve heard the same sentiment echoed in some quarters as well.  Whether we agree or not, that sentiment is out there.

Maybe it’s true that Christians go to Heaven.  But does that mean all other religions are left out?  Excluded?  Do you now understand why I feel Religion is exclusionary?  This is the PERFECT example.

Why does one movement, one organization have providence over another?
What right does Christianity have to say:
Yes Christians go to Heaven.  And to further subjugate, to further exclude, not even all Christians get into Heaven.  If that’s the case, then which Christians get in and which do not?

Yes I believe we ALL go somewhere after transitioning  In fact I’ll go further and say I believe we all go to the same place regardless of faith.  I know I’m hooked on Michael Newton’s Journey of Souls.  That’s only because I particularly resonate with that theme.  While I sincerely and wholeheartedly believe Heaven does indeed exist as a waystation, a place of transitioning, a place of rest for the weary souls who have sloughed the physical.  I don’t know whether Heaven is a long term eternal home for most of us.  I may be in the Christian Minority with that worldview.

I believe everyone who transitions goes to the same place regardless of faith, worldview or belief system after we pass.  Can you imagine the challenge one would face if everyone who transitioned went somewhere different?  That would be quite the logjam wouldn’t it now?

–How would we be able to find our soul groups (Those people we incarnate and reincarnate with time and again?)
–How would we travel through time and space together if we didn’t all end up in the same transitory way station.
–How is it that when we have Near Death Experiences, we all share the same vision?

If each worldview went somewhere different, wouldn’t we experience that place and not the tunnel?  And not the congregation of souls of those we knew in our lifetime?

Taking all of this into account, it only stands to reason for me, for my paradigm, for my worldview, that we do indeed all transition to the same place.

There is no discrimination.
There is no exclusion.

A transitory waystation?

Much like we all communicate to the same God, we all transition in the same place.

What do you believe?

Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!
Blessings to you.


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