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Heaven & Hell Are Both on Earth? A Different Perspective

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Heaven comes back in many religions, many times described differently, almost always the world we travel to in the afterlife. Nirvana the ultimate becoming one with all the universal energy in Hinduism. In Christianity and many other religions like the Egyptians, Romans, Greek a place where we go after life and sometimes even return..

Is this idea really so weird? One is one with the universal energies from which new life is formed once again as energy never disappears just takes a different form. Your essence in combination might take different shape, but your ending is the beginning of something else. The good in you may very well be the good of one that once lived. The bad in you might have been of a bad person that once lived. You are a combination of energies and you can channel it since it is everywhere. You can absorb it as it were.

We have all that is good and bad in us. Our body is the main instrument we use to channel this. Channel it wrongly and it will damage your body. We decide which it becomes and yet is has something basic to it. Good in the way to create, progress, improving, happiness. Bad in the sense of destroying, deterioration, standing still and making things worse, suffering. Good and bad are partially formed by culture and by ourselves. Yet we have a basic feeling about what is good or bad.

So how should heaven and hell be both on earth? As every large thing in the existing world is direct reflection of all the smaller things, heaven and hell exist on smaller levels as well as on higher ones. The same accounts for emotions like love, one of the strongest positive forms energy can take.

See it like this. Heaven is a balanced world, where one might feel good all the time. How would you know what is good if you don't have anything to remind you what's bad? Indeed this world is out of balance. It is the ripple effect as I call it. Good and bad things come in waves, counterbalancing each other all the time. Though the duration of these waves going up with much positive periods or going down with negative periods is unsure. But as throwing a rock in a pond of still water, the pond will become still again, until disturbed once more. Both sides constantly move against each other, creating motion, creating life and taking it away to give new shape to the same energies. Do you realize that you might very well consist out of atoms of mammoths or even dinosaurs? You might even contain out of atoms from Cleopatra or from JFK for that matter. Nothing becomes wasted, everything is reused to become something new.

Finding heaven means, finding a way to recognize it in life and help it taking shape. Become partially one with it. Find the building blocks of happiness. Appreciate the small things in life, these form the basics. After that give deeper meaning to the whole and the whole will give deeper meaning to you. Keep moving and using the positive energies, give form to your movement, give form to your life. Become the architect of the rest of your life using whatever you have available.

Heaven and hell are both on earth? A different perspective



RavenRaven is 27 years old. At the age of 26 he started several projects under the name of his company Sky Enterprises. He thought it was time in this time of darkness to give the people a source of enlightment, motivation and inspiration.

Besides leading the projects, Raven also writes blogs himself, usually about life: "Ever since I was little I was a busy thinker about life, with deep philosophical thoughts. It's fun to see how your way of thinking changes over time, to go about it consciously."

"My goal is to make people aware about how they live and to stimulate them to enrich themselves and further develop themselves."

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Robert Frost