Why Is It Essential for Us To Live In A Heavy-Matter Realm, Such As Earth Is?
November 29, 2010 by rtwsenior
The following is a quote from my second book, IN SECRET DIFFUSION: The Upper Realm Answers Questions about Earth, which is a one-on-one interview with the Holy Spirit.
“It is essential to live in this heavy matter realm because the process of spiritualization causes you to become the opposite of what you are. You must become lighter and lighter, both in spirit and in actuality (though your weight may not change). Your molecules expand in some way and are more loosely tethered than the molecules of those who are un-spiritualized. This is of great advantage in the levels of higher vibration.
We don’t see how anyone on an intangible plane of existence could go through the struggle necessary to bring about his own transformation. Each soul must break through, from one condition to another, and no one can do this for anyone else. Think of the qualities of love and enthusiasm, a spark from within. These spiritual traits cannot be manufactured and cannot occur where there are no choices, where triumphs can’t be known because there are no obstacles. To know the Spirit and the Soul and to know that the Upper Realm has a powerful influence over the created realm, is a true triumph when achieved from within an obviously material existence. This must be done where the two forces, the Upper and the Lower Realms, can intersect.
Tangibility is a part of creation and functions as a means to hold the spiritual existence during the earliest basic level of development. Every individual needs to conquer, through personal knowledge and experience, any fear of being contained in an environment which is not completely manageable by his own willpower. In the non-tangible Upper Realms, one’s environment and the objects in it prove much easier to control and to use simply through the force of the mind.
In order to spiritualize, it is necessary for the individual to become securely attached, through his inner nature, to a holy plane of existence, which is invisible to him. It’s as if your bodies and your surroundings provide a sheltered place for your spirits to retreat and to venture upwards. This instinctive groping is like a plant’s leaves and tendrils turning towards the sun, even through the dark forest or from under the earth. Once you leave this physical enclosure, you go into a state of consciousness without any physical individuation and you lose the ability to “go within” or to push against something solid, in any attempt to abstract yourselves from your surroundings.”