When a child starts primary school, it will be taught many things which it will just accept, without question, as being true; but once in High School, it will be wondering why so much of what it has learned and accepted in primary school has now to be recapitulated. The child feels this to be quite unnecessary but soon realises that it is learning something new because now it is learning the "why" and the "wherefore" of what it has been taught. It turns out that the way of teaching in the primary school was a blind acceptance of a dogma, whereas the High School rejects this dogmatic way of teaching by trying to lift the veil of the unknown, and the child now learns the reason and the cause of many things which hitherto it just accepted. Later still, the student is introduced to the knowledge of philosophy — he learns to know many philosophical works. Here, too, he will find and accept — like a blind man other ideas or guidance, which he will feel to be — and therefore will accept as the one and only one, the pure, genuine and imperishable truth. Once more he has accepted a dogma, because he does neither know the origin of his impressions, nor the origin of this philosophy. He is only a human spirit who submits to certain existing fact. It goes even further: his idealistic feeling defends with heart and soul an ideal of which again he does neither know the origin nor the destination. Still later, the time will come when it will be revealed to him what are really the characteristics of the various philosophical systems. He has to turn back to the very first philosophers who influenced all the later ones up to modem philosophy. They formed their ideas later, but their origin goes back many thousands of years. He learns that in olden times chief importance was given to belief, science and philosophy — that in those times the fundamental laws — psychology, love, loving-kindness — both in the physical and the psychical sense — belief in the True God, mysticism, compassion, etc., were the principal axioms. That here the foundation was laid to the tracing of the origin the reason which caused the rotation of the celestial bodies — the cause of thunder, lightning. rain, winds, etc. And also the underlying principles of the basic rules of life, rules to improve human beings — to let virtues flourish and failings dissolve. And that the highest importance was given to God — to the Essence of the One God — to His Mighty Power — His Eternity — His Spirituality. And thus to the development of the inherent human being — his spirit which is an Atom of His Creation and which has to return to Him. Now the student will leave all dogmas behind and will penetrate deeper and deeper into the Cosmos and the Great Unknown — looking and searching for revelation and for Truth. Later, people developed more and deeper wisdom as they revised the dogmas they had been taught and those of different theories which were forced upon them under various circumstances during the course of their lives. Thus the question arises: Are there also dogmas in the teachings of the existing High Creeds? The answer to this question is: Not one Leader of any High Creed has introduced a dogma, or has given it a right of existence. Only Churches, which were established thereafter by their followers, put people under the obligation never to question or to doubt certain dogmas "because these are inexplicable and because the Ways of God are also inexplicable"! This then is evidence that some churches — in their way of teaching—equal primary schools where the scholars are shown the existing circumstances, are given accepted truths, but where the sources of this knowledge, the origin and the reason why those truths are correct, are withheld from them. But is this a reason to disregard such a church and to call it unworthy? It just equals the primary teaching, each church has its values, just as every type of teaching has its values. The purpose of teaching is to give the physical being an intellectual understanding — and the church has the vocation to form and to develop the human spirit. As far as school-teaching is concerned, primary and High School teaching are sufficient for one incarnation only. But for church education, the human spirit has to pass through various incarnations, many different churches and different creeds. When a person has, in his youth, passed primary and High School and perhaps university, he is intellectually fit for the life which awaits him. He is able to talk about all worldly happenings — in his own profession he might even be a specialist. He acquired sufficient theoretical knowledge to talk about national and international politics, finances, economy, modem physics, etc. A human spirit which, in its various incarnations, belonged to various creeds, various churches and various sects, has thus absorbed a good amount of morality and theology, church history and philosophical theories — and knows therefore that in every life the human being has adjusted himself according to his evolution and that he has always joined a creed or a church, the theoretical basis of which he could understand and accept. The longing for intellectual knowledge can never be fully accomplished. Each new kind of knowledge includes new problems which have to be solved. The longing of the spirit for new wisdom is also never fully satisfied. The spirit longs for spiritual perfection through wisdom, and every system of philosophy gives instruction and guidance for its analyses, its searching, explanation, understanding and acceptance. Physical being and spiritual being compare equally in their longing for perfection — only the physical human being wants perfection on earth whence he came — whereas the spirit looks for it in the cosmos, in the spirit-world, where it belongs. The body decays and returns to the soil after every incarnation; but all the knowledge which is accumulated in the brain becomes the property of the spirit, which stores knowledge and wisdom in its soul and keeps it for ever in its sub-consciousness. The new body in which a spirit is reincarnated knows nothing about the former lives of this spirit in other reincarnations. The brain is vacant, but the human being — guided by his spirit — is predestinated for work, which the spirit — in previous lives and in different bodies — performed. If the spirit was used to a certain vocation or profession in previous lives on earth, then the spirit shall influence the brain to choose again the same profession or business in which it is still interested. Even when this spirit has reached a rather high standard of evolution during its former lives on earth, it will always want to improve to gather still more wisdom and to increase its knowledge. But guided by its evolutions and the short distance which it still separates from the Light of God, it will now be prompted to further intensive studies of the cosmos, the Deity, the human spirit, the Laws of God, the Laws of Karma, of evolution, etc. It did all those studies during its sojourn in the spirit-world, and the urge to continue these studies still lives within and therefore the spirit will try to keep it up for this new life — for its own satisfaction. The human being who harbours this spirit will therefore feel inclined to study High Creeds and philosophy. But although he will certainly feel respect for each creed, each church or sect, he will not always feel in concordance with the church to which his parents entrusted him. Everywhere he will find dogmas for which he now has an explanation. No more dogmas for him — but Faith and Belief in the widest sense of these words. He finds his convictions to be true, because he knows the explanation of every accepted truth, which nobody is able to refute. He knows that actually all human beings are brothers in spirit, only of different degrees of knowledge, wisdom and evolution — that everyone in due course of time will be in search of his origin, of the reason for his life on earth, for his spiritual destination. Then he feels Ecstasy for the Father of his spirit — for the Creation — for the struggle of the human spirit, to thrive from seed to plant and from plant to fruit — for the purification and the evolution processes which the human spirit will have to undergo during the cycle of reincarnations — for the compassion of his Divine Father for His spiritual children — for the patience of evolved spirits, wherewith they — time after time — enlighten incarnated spirits about the evils which menace them, and also show them the path to perfect evolution and perfect bliss. This state of ecstasy makes him a mystic who, by his wisdom and his sublimity, ascends and enjoys unbiased, unprejudiced belief without any dogma — but relies on evidence and experienced truths. It is just the same with a human being who has gained academic degrees and climbs up in society life on earth. Spiritualistic Philosophy is the cross-point where High Creeds meet and try to understand one another. There are no more disputes, no more unsolved questions. There are no more discussions about Holy Books, or explanations about the true meaning of certain words, used by Leaders of those High Creeds, by Prophets or by Messengers of God. There is only faith, belief, love, justice, truth, wisdom and compassion for less evolved beings. The Laws of God are accepted, as are the Laws of Karma, of Purification and of Evolution. There are also revelations about dogmas which are rejected by initiated beings, because Wisdom has penetrated to the searching human spirit and is stored in the soul. This explains why the cycle of reincarnations was described as a school of rising degrees, which goes parallel with the earthly school which gives worldly training to physical human beings. The higher the education, the better equipped is the physical human being—the higher the Wisdom, the higher stands the spirit and the closer to the attainment of its perfection. This is the path of the human spirit in its various reincarnations in human bodies — and it is also the path of the True Spiritualistic Philosophy.
Although wisdom and science actually started a contest — the one to gather wisdom and the other to capture scientific knowledge — there is an insurmountable cleft between these two because the one belongs to the cosmos and the other to the material, physical earth. But there is still something else which prevents wisdom and science from approaching each other too closely. Wisdom — in connection with the process of reincarnation — gives evidence of the fact of repeated reincarnations. This doctrine is accepted not only because spirits, which live invisibly in the cosmos come to you — people of the earth — to enlighten you, but also on account of the truth that — after purification — the human spirit is immortal—because the spirit is not able to reach perfection during only one life on earth, and therefore has to be frequently reborn in a human body until it has conquered all evil, until all its shortcomings and failings have been overcome, until all its vices are replaced by virtues, until it is worthy to live in the Light of God. Scientists as such are well able to accept these truths, but science has to prove everything by experiment — materially and physically. Science will only accept as truth what can be seen with the eyes, heard with the ears and felt with the hands; and because no spirit will ever conform to these proofs, science is not concerned about spirits. As an individual, however, as a human being, every scientist may accept the existence of spirits, the theory about reincarnation, the laws about spiritual evolution, about Karma, etc. Science investigates whether on other planets, which they are able to reach with their instruments that there are conditions different from earth in regard to atmosphere, atmospheric pressure. temperature, oxygen, plant life, etc. Then their findings are compared with the conditions on earth and the conclusion will be that since the human being on earth is dependent on oxygen, water, air pressure, etc., and since on these tested planets the atmospheric pressure is either too high or too low — according to earth conditions, since no water is found on these planets, since the oxygen-content of the air is different — it is impossible to live on these planets. The wise man will answer that the spirit needs neither oxygen nor water, nor atmospheric pressure. A spirit is able to live anywhere — on all planets whither it is permitted to go. The human body — as we know it — is made to live on earth of earthly material. Then it must be possible for other living beings to live on other planets made from material of these planets, and whither a spirit — although it has lived on earth in a human body — will be able to reincarnate and adjust itself to those planetary conditions. The spirit is of the cosmos, comes from the infinite universe and is thus able to live temporarily on any planet on which it wants to live. The sage, who receives these revelations from the High Spheres, accepts these truths because his inner self, his spirit, accepts them. Wise people are among scientists as well as among philosophers. and among both these are evolved and initiated persons — persons who search for wisdom and also people who are quite ignorant of wisdom. Science itself, by adjusting all its research to material conditions, only tests whether beings living on this earth might have a chance to live on other celestial bodies the result of its finding is: "Life there is impossible" — neglecting to add: "as far as human beings are concerned". They do not investigate whether there are living beings on those planets whose structure is adjusted to life on those planets. They do not investigate whether spirits exist which are able to give life to those physical bodies. They certainly would not investigate — in the case of spirits living there — whether these spirits might possibly come from the cosmos, or from the earth or from any other planet. Science is not concerned with possibilities — only with surety and certainty. Science accepts facts only. Theoretical considerations are always rejected. Before electricity — as telephone, telegraph, radio, etc., were put into practice, science did not accept them — but these are now in use all over the world. The man of science turned a theory, a truth into a fact. Science will never acknowledge the existence of spirits, of reincarnation, of life on other planets. Meanwhile, Spiritualistic Philosophy spreads and gains more and more followers. Science is hard put to tend a credible acceptable proof that life in the cosmos is infinite — that the human spirit is a creation out of the cosmos, and that the physical human body is of the earth that there are many planets on which the spirit is able to adjust itself to the planetary conditions, and is thus able to incarnate there in a physical body to complete its process of evolution — that all planets teem with spiritual and physical life. But, on the other hand, although the human being on earth is adjusted only to live on earth and not on any other planet, his spirit, which belongs to the cosmos, is well able to live and to adjust itself to all other planets, whither it be sent, and to live in other physical bodies which are adjusted to its plane of evolution. Yes! There is life on other planets, and in case there might not be any physical life, there are discarnated spirits waiting for their new reincarnations. There are planets where — just as on earth — spirits live in physical bodies, where they live to purify, to suffer for previous evil deeds, and to rise spiritually closer to the abode of the Light of God. On these planets, just as on earth, there prevails the struggle between good and evil, love and hate, forgiveness and revenge. Here, too, are two forces in continual collision to teach the reincarnated spirits the difference between good and evil. There are other planets inhabited by spirits of higher evolution, which incarnate in more fluidic bodies which need not undergo much physical suffering any longer. Planets, where love and hate need not confront each other so viciously, and where forgiveness and revenge do not any more render life so difficult and hard, where feeling and emotion are on a higher level: sympathy with the suffering of spirits living on lower planes — sympathy with their struggle to overcome evil, shortcomings, failings, etc., which lower spirits have to undergo — sympathy with the struggle for evolution and purifications, which they observe, and which has also been their own struggle and still is; to fill all those spirits with still deeper love, still higher wisdom, thus to make them perfect to come closer and closer to the Light of God. There are yet other planets where spirits are living in their spiritual form. These spirits do not require to be periodically ignorant of their previous incarnations — to be reborn in physical bodies to testify their good will and their good intentions. They are purified; their wisdom, their righteousness, their justice, their veracity and truthfulness — their compassion for their less evolved brothers — their love for their Divine Father — permit them to come and go there without becoming dazzled. But even those will go periodically to planets of lower levels to reincarnate there, if only for the sole intention of showing people of good will the road to purification. But this is their expression of love for their spiritual brothers and their expression of thanks and gratitude to God, Who gave them the possibility to reach this high degree of perfection which they now hold. There is no more physical suffering for them and their spiritual suffering now means: feelings of pity and sympathy, feelings of help, feelings for "seekers for truth", and for people who suffer — but also a feeling of gratitude to God with Whom they are united, although they keep their own separate individuality. In the Highest Celestial Spheres are spirits of the highest evolution, whose sensitiveness, purity and perfection are of such a high standard that it is almost impossible for them to adjust themselves to earthly conditions, to endure the coarse earthly radiation. These High Spirits will, however, for special reasons — to spread the Laws of God and to render Him homage — incorporate for a short while in a human body, to incite someone to perform a heroic and splendid deed, which will be an example to other people. They will also — by using a medium — sow seeds of wisdom and reveal Divine Truths. They will even incorporate and try to quench rebellion and war, or for some other reason contribute to the improvement and the welfare of humanity. They will thus — either as spirit or incorporated in a human body — fight the evil and lead the good to triumph, herewith to serve God's Plans and Intentions. Then there is the plane where the Masters of Karma are living who decide upon the reincarnation of spirits. As long as their evolution is riot completely perfect, the Masters of Karma will send them back until they have reached the goal. Life on earth is a struggle to reach a higher plane in the cosmos — return to earth is struggle for the spirit to reach perfection and purification to gain this state of Bliss. To live on a higher cosmic plane means struggle to reach a still higher one, to be completely liberated from material temptations which radiate from a material planet. The higher a spirit rises, the more it will be attracted by incarnated human spirits who are in need of help and encouragement to continue the struggle against the evil, to free themselves of previous shortcomings and to search for deliverance from the yoke of purifying reincarnations in a human body. Life on earth with all its struggle and suffering seems long, as long as you are standing on the earthly side of the "Gate of Life". But at the moment of passing over into the spirit-world everyone feels how short life was. The cycle of incarnations in physical bodies, which extends over thousands of years, seems to a human being to be extremely long and threatens to discourage him. The life of each human reincarnation is for the spirit, however, just a glimpse of its eternal life in the cosmos. Between two lives on earth, the spirit returns to one of the many spiritual spheres in the cosmos and has each time the possibility of reaching a higher sphere if its life on earth justifies this. Ultimately, the spirit climbs high enough to reach the Light of God — to work in the Service of God and to enjoy Eternal Bliss. Thus the spirit attains the triumph of its humility, the triumph of its submission to its Divine Father, the triumph of its love, its compassion for its less evolved spiritual brothers, the triumph of its faithfulness and its perseverance. For those who follow the Laws of God, the road is short and the Light of God is close. But for those who prefer the short-lived, temporal enjoyments of the earth, the road to Bliss and Eternal Life is long, difficult and wearisome, and there is danger that they will succumb halfway and never behold the Light of God. Lift your hearts, rejoice in a song, keep faith, trust, confidence and perseverance in your hearts, and spiritual hands shall relieve your earthly paths and bring you happiness on earth.
Among spiritualists, occultists and "seekers for truth", there is much talk about mediumship, and also about its acquisition and development. But the seeker is not always on the correct road to satisfy his curiosity. The human being is used to judging everything which he feels, thinks, sees and does, with his human understanding, and to explain it accordingly. Therefore many mediums give just declarations and explanations about mundane or material matters, but nothing about invisible, occult or spiritual concerns. They are attuned to the earth a hundred per cent and only very little, or rather not at all, to the cosmos. Their standard is life on earth and the life of human beings on earth — but not the spiritworld and spirit life. Fortunately there are exceptions and there are also mediums who stand with one foot on earth and with the other foot in the spiritworld. There are then three types of mediums: 1. completely instrumental in matters of the earth and of physical matters, 2. partly in matters of the earth and partly in matters spiritual, 3. completely in spiritual matters. Mediums who are completely instrumental in earthly and physical matters are usually inspired or even incorporated by low spirits without any evolution, which are still earthbound and not yet initiated into matters of higher spiritual spheres. They are not necessarily infernal or demoniacal spirits — though they may be spirits which do not improve or purify, but which reject the Light of God. They are intelligent misleaders which give people inconceivably low, but intelligent advice, which might instigate an evolved reincarnated spirit to commit some great evil deed, an outrage, theft or murder, for which it later — if even in another reincarnation — is bound to do much penance by physical and mental suffering. A medium, thus inspired, usually is himself rather unevolved; he speculates mainly on people's foibles. Those people pay him rather handsomely, and subconsciously the medium brings his credulous clientele into contact with those malevolent spirits from the underworld. The life of their victim is rendered more difficult still by the influences of these spirits from the underworld and is bound to remain under those base influences, until they avoid such types of mediums, and until they — by prayer and by invoking their protector or their leader-spirits, or even the Christ-spirit or the Highest Holy Spirit — abjure those abovementioned incorrigible spirits from the under-world, and listen to the voices of the Spirits of Light and to the inspirations of those spirits which shun the darkness. Mediums of the second type, who have been initiated for the concerns of spirits as well as for those of human beings, are far more important than those of the first type. These are the mediators for people who have not yet found their way to spiritual life and are looking for wisdom. They will lead those "seekers for wisdom" not to "Established Churches", sects or creeds (these being personal matters) but will just show them the mistakes and failings of their lives. They bring them messages from friends and relatives from out of the spiritworld, sometimes even from spirits which were — on earth — heir enemies. They will convince them that the body surely dies — that, being of earthly material, it has to return to the earth — but that the spirit stays alive and will be immortal if it lives accordingly and seeks the Light of God. These mediums are mediators, by which good spirits influence reincarnated human spirits — try to improve them — teach them to differentiate between people — teach them also the difference between the mortal, physical body and the immortal spirit which is spiritual and invisible and able to live in Eternal Bliss in the infinite Eternal Cosmos after its perfect purification and evolution — teach them that life on earth is a process of penitence and atonement for previously performed misdeeds, wherewith the spirit readjusts its Karma — that purification is not possible without spiritual suffering — that perfection is not possible without purification and evolution — and that Eternal Bliss and Eternal Life in the Cosmos are not possible without perfection. Good spirits give by such types of mediums also moral lessons. They encourage people to lead a better life, to cast off failings and vices such as jealousy, envy, selfishness, egotism, hate, revenge, etc., but to cultivate virtues such as love, helpfulness, compassion, forgiveness, unselfishness, etc. They teach them to respect other people's belongings and to look at their fellow-beings as being their spiritual brothers, who also have to be persuaded to become better human beings. It is not an easy task for spirits which live in the cosmos to impress reincarnated spirits on the road and to show them the path to Eternal Bliss. But it is the mission which the Highest Throne has entrusted to them. Many reincarnated spirits have returned to earth for the same reason — they also came with the mission to initiate other people, to explain to them the Laws of God, and to spread God's Teachings among other human spirits. Not everyone realises that he is born in a human body with the task to spread the Wisdom of God, but those, who do realise it and carry it out, are spirits in the Service of God, which — by their work — rise to the hosts of God's Spirits. The third type of mediums are those whose main work is initiation and introduction into the Laws of God and of life in the cosmos — who try to help people who are suffering, help them to ease their burden. Those mediums are spreading the Spiritualistic Philosophy — they are mediators between the Spirits of High Planes and the reincarnated human spirits. Of those mediums there are only a few and they do not approach the whole of humanity, but only those few who are able to understand them. Their call is for the few, whose main interests are in spiritual values and who give little interest to mundane affairs — who are of the conviction that life on earth is just temporal, but that life of the evolved spirits is eternal — that life on earth is not arranged to satisfy human whims and human desires, but to teach people to value and to satisfy spiritual desires and to shed unnecessary temporal longings for pleasures and for luxuries. The path along which a person will learn to value his fellow-beings on account of their spiritual standing, instead of their social position, their dress, their physical beauty, is the school where people will learn that in the cosmos there are no such distinctions as are here on earth. A poor artisan, who has to struggle from day to day to earn his living, may be on a higher plane of evolution than a bank director, an industrialist or a scientist. The more riches a man possesses, the more is he given to pride, to haughtiness and to greed. Privation and hardship and lack of material possessions make people think—will lead them to analyze and to review social conditions, which — although it may unfortunately result in a feeling or act of some rebellion — will on the whole help them to understand and to accept those conditions — will make them feel compassion for the unhappiness and misfortune of others — make them feel willing to assist their fellow-sufferers and thus the feelings of helpfulness and compassion will rise in them. Mediums who proclaim the Spiritualistic Philosophy and the Laws of God are mediators between the Spirits of Higher Spheres and reincarnated human spirits, which have reincarnated on earth with the special mission to initiate those into wisdom who are able to understand, what spirits with less or even without any evolution are unable to understand, and against which therefore those spirits, who do not want to rise, will fight. Such type of mediums are foe number one for spirits from the underworld, because they serve matter and materialism and wish life for human beings to be an excess of riches, luxuries and pleasures. They themselves do not believe in Eternity and Everlasting Life, and even should one or other of them so believe, it will not feel this belief to be of any importance, considering the many great evils they committed for which — it seems to them — it is impossible for them to atone. They observe in the cosmos the omens for the last judgement and this gives them the conviction that the earth will not exist long enough for them to atone for all their evildoings, as to be able to reach this State of Eternal Bliss. Therefore they would rather prefer to stay where and as they are. And, although the cosmos around the earth trembles and shudders with their remorse, their grief and their sorrow about all their previous evil deeds — they go on and on into more and deeper evil. Meanwhile they keep on trying to drag improved spirits down into this evil into which they got dragged, and many are temporarily driven into the traps which those infernal spirits have been setting for them. Mediums, who are working entirely on spiritual planes and thus are working in the Service of God, know that they are opposed by evil spirits which live around them, either as spirits or as human beings. But they stand firm because the Hand of God rests on their heads. The physical body will suffer as a result of those hammer-strokes, but the spirit — notwithstanding the fatigue from combat and work — is unassailable and will complete its work on earth for it has a mission to fulfil for the welfare of its reincarnated spiritual brothers, who want to improve, who are seeking for truth and for wisdom. Herewith, three types of mediums are represented to you. Now draw your own conclusions. Do not abandon one for gain of the other. Each medium works on his plane of evolution: the one is a materialist and works for earthly, material and physical affairs; the other is unselfish and works for the spiritual wellbeing of his fellow-beings. Between these two extremes are the multitude of purifying mediums who work partly for mundane affairs and partly for spiritual concerns. All of them work according to the grade of their evolution and look for the path to perfection. For the one — he who is of good intentions, the road is short, but for him, who finds it difficult to break away from worldly baubles, it will be a long road. Choose for your standards the earthly life of the Prophets, or the Spirit of Christ in his Various Incarnations, or other Leaders of Holy Creeds, or philosophers and spreaders of the Spiritualistic Philosophy — everywhere you will find guides, a rule of conduct, to show you the right direction — the path which you have to follow on earth — whether as a human being or as a spirit — to reach your goal, to reach ultimately the Light of God. All of you are standing on a certain definite grade of spiritual purification and rising. It depends upon your own will, your own energy perseverance, endurance and faithfulness to which grade of evolution you will ascend during this life. The lowest grade is that of indifference to your own spiritual happiness, to Eternal Bliss. The highest grade is knowledge of the Laws of God, of the Spiritualistic Philosophy and the development of your mysticism. You will reach the highest grade of your evolution on earth gradually if you persevere and have the necessary trust in the Divine Providence. But it depends entirely upon you whether you stop your development halfway and wait for a new reincarnation to climb further. However, time is short because the earth, on which you are now living and upon which you depend for your further development, cannot last for ever—and the signs are already there which mark her destruction. Do not wait for another life to achieve what you could just as well do in this one. The more you work for the wellbeing of your fellow-men, the better you work for your own evolution. The more love you give to those in need of it and who are worthy of it, the better will the Love of God reach you. The more steadily you pursue your aim to proclaim the spiritual Philosophy, the closer will you come to the Light of Wisdom which is the Light of God. Mediumship is a gift from God, but you must become worthy of this gift by leading a good life, by your morality, by your love and compassion for your fellow-beings and through your grade of wisdom. Develop wisdom by studying the Laws of God, by co-operation with Spirits of Light, to serve the Plans of God. Then your mediumship will develop and Spirits from the High Spheres will inspire you and even incorporate to help you to lift the veil of the Unknown. They will prepare a place for you on that spirit-plane, which is adequate to your evolution where you belong and where you will ultimately enjoy Eternal Bliss.