Glover, New Thought Kabbalah
Why are human beings always dissatisfied?
"What?" said one of my students. "What did you say Cheryl?"
"I said, it's heaven's fault."
Imagine. You fall asleep and you are met by a Masterly figure
in a beautiful golden robe. There is a halo around him/her-- it
is difficult to distinguish the gender.
The person glows. When you come close you are hugged and an
incredible feeling of Love emanates from the person. You are
totally accepted, loved, understood, appreciated, and esteemed.
You, in turn, feel unconditional love back. You are
surrounded by loved ones, friends and friends you did not know
you had. They also emanate unconditional love and you feel
unconditional love back.
You look around. There is a beautiful effervescent hue to the
air. Colors of pink and golden hues matrix the atmosphere.
Everything is beautiful. There isn't any up or down, there just
There are no disagreements, no competition, no disrespect, no
rudeness, and no jealousy. Truth is evident. There are not
people "doing," there are people "being." They are emulating the
Supreme Being. There isn't any fear, doubt, hatred or poverty.
There is only prosperity. No one wants for anything because
there isn't any possessions and therefore, there aren't any
"needs." There isn't any good and evil, there just IS. There
isn't any duality: no heaven that is separate from earth-- just
existing. All the souls experience unity- one soul in existence.
Everything is perfect. It is everything you can imagine.
Yes, heaven is perfect. Do you know what that means? Death is
perfect. Whoa!! "So you mean that when God created Adam the
world was perfect. The Garden of Eden was perfect?" Yes.
"Additionally, before we were born we experienced heaven which
is perfect?" Yes. "Furthermore, between lifetimes we
experience heaven?" Yes. "Also, at night when our soul soars, we
sometimes experience Heaven?" Yes. "Finally, sometimes when we
meditate and pray and we climb the Tree of Life we experience a
piece of Heaven." Yes.
"So what's the problem?"
"We don't live there." At least not at the moment. We're
incarnate here. Moreover, "here" is NOT perfect. Therefore, when
we compare heaven to earth we can't help but be disappointed and
dissatisfied. Especially since we've been there (heaven) so many
times before-- it's in our subconscious. We want it perfect and
it just isn't. It never will be. That is reserved for heaven.
It is hard for us to accept that. So we can always Imagine.
For the words for John Lennon's Imagine
Blessings and Light