I am now finished reading this book and I feel spiritually uplifted. I really do see things much more clearly now. I see my mistakes in feeding the ego part of me. I think what I’ve learned most from this book, just because somebody told you something about yourself doesn’t make it true.
I kept having Experiences I could explain, and the church would not hear of it. My personal belief is that I have come into contact with ghost. No, I did not actually see one, but I believe I was in the present of one. Dishes flying off counters, unexplained foot steps, with multiple witnesses to these events. I find it funny that churches always talk about the soul, the spirit, but they don’t believe in ghosts. That kind of always seem like an oxymoron to me. If the soul has free will in life, why not in the afterlife. How can churches believe in demons, but not ghosts. Why do people of the church want to condemn me, before they know me? Just because I’m in a wheelchair, they think that I’ve done something that deserves to be punished. How can they say I deserve to be punished since birth, when most organized religions doesn’t believe in reincarnation? I am honest enough to admit to you that I don’t fully understand how the spiritual world judges humanity, but I don’t think God created anyone just to punish them. That’s why I don’t understand churches opposing gays, because if God truly makes no mistakes than he made them with purpose. I truly believe that you are born with your sexuality. I didn’t wake up and decide I like cocky men, that I was already within me. I do believe that God create us out of love and with purpose. This
I do not agree with people who say you can control everything that pops in your head. I cannot say whether it’s demonic forces or mental illness at play; for all we know it could be both or one of two. I have many thoughts in my head when I get angry and some are horrible. I have never acted on these thoughts, I just cast them out. This is where I believe a long foundation in any spiritual belief system is needed. I also believe places can have bad energy that affects you. I believe you also get affected by the vibes that come off of people. At the end of the day you have free will to act on or not these transmissions of ideas. You have free will so you use it wisely.
For the record God did not kill those children, the shooter used his free will to kill those children. God does not make you do anything you don’t want to do; he gave you the gift of choice. That’s shooter was so far away from the divine light he could not hear God’s word even if God were screaming at him. Free will is the gift of choice. Would you really want to have no say in your divine freedom. I’m sure God carried every one of those children in his arms, there is no greater place to be that in God’s arms. The blame lies with the shooter, not God.