Everything Comes
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Everything Comes


The first step in achieving SPIRITUAL RESOURCE CENTERS establish Soul Awareness. To know we are Souls. To know we’re eternal. We don’t die. This knowledge is not presently available to most on Earth. That’s because few have experience of Heaven. But more and more have. And do. They’ve been there. They’ve talked with Spirits. They are aware that we are temporary visitors. When we die we leave our material bodies behind and rise to the Spirit realm.

When we have Spiritual Resource Centers they will be run by persons who do have the experience. There will be healers who have known the power of directing energy to move from place to place. Near Death experiencers will be available to talk with the interested. Those who feel at sea and are looking for a life purpose will engage with persons who have overcome trauma and abuse and found a way forward. And the common quality of all interactions will be Soul awareness.

Many Souls will be able to explain that they have experienced being male and female, all races, every condition, during many past lives.

If this line of thinking is strange to many, that is because we have succeeded in distracting Soul after Soul with temptations and claims that are simply among the blandishments of existence on earth. Others experience challenges that leave them impoverished and in bad health or mentally distressed. Spiritual Resource Centers will not produce dramatic miracles. But they will provide awareness of daily miracles of care and concern that establish the power of positivity and the energy of love.

There is a major awakening in progress. All if it points to our common Soul qualities — psychic awareness, intuition, empathy, understanding, unconditional love. When that awakening is in full flower, the institutions of religion should welcome competent spiritual experiencers intent on helping communities to find positive ways through the mazes of life.

Soul Awareness is the first principle of Root Spirituality.



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Stephen C. Rose

steverose@gmail.com I am 86 and remain active on Twitter and Medium. I have lots of writings on Kindle modestly priced and KU enabled. We live on!