If the question “What is my life’s purpose?” is to have any meaning, there have been two parts to me: the creator part, which exists outside of space-time, and my earthly personality, which exists within space-time.
Loneliness is one of the major problems of our time. Many people feel lonely, misunderstood, and not recognized by others. Despite all the activity around us, there can be something inside us that does not feel seen.
In the beginning there is Creation: time and space are created from what is One. Diversity is the consequence: life takes on endless forms; there are an infinite number of fields of experience, spheres, dimensions and worlds to explore. This raises the question: Why did Creation happen?
What does the afterlife look like? The main difference between this world and the hereafter is that after death the outer world is a direct reflection of our inner world. On earth, this is not so obvious. People who are filled with hatred and anger can be surrounded by beauty and abundance, while sensitive and evolved people may be wandering through desolate slums.
In this article, I propose a psychological model of the human being from a spiritual perspective and this model is based on my experience as a hypnotherapist and my spiritual insight as it has evolved over the years.
Many people continually bombard themselves with negative thoughts. How did this happen? Why do we do this? The reason for this self-destructive behavior is that all of us have at some point, whether in this life or a past life, been traumatized.
When you make an important choice in your life, you are actually choosing between two possible futures. As soon as you have made the choice, one possible future falls away. Right? Or does that alternative future exist as well, in a parallel world, and is it experienced and lived through by another part of you?
In this essay, Gerrit explores the consequences of a non-linear notion of time for the field of regression therapy. He argues that getting in touch with other lives is not so much about remembering something that is over and done with.