What Is Paradise And Can It Be Created In This World?

What is Paradise and can it be created in this world?  This was a question that was posed to our spiritual teacher (Hafed) at one of our development circles.

Hafed answered it by first clarifying that “Paradise was not so much a place, but a place waiting to be created”.  In theory it would be possible to build Paradise here, but it would be extremely difficult to achieve because of the conditions of Earth are not conducive.

It would require complete isolation from the world at large and the development of your spirit to the point where the negative conditions of this world are totally stripped away and replaced by the creative qualities of spirit which can be found in Heaven.  Those special spiritual qualities provide the foundations upon which Paradise is established and brought to life.

The superior conditions existing in the Paradise environment are completely different from those on Earth, which are exposed to decay and pollution.  The contamination not only originates from poisons brought into our environment through industrial processes, but also from poisonous thoughts such as hatred, selfishness and greed.  These negative thoughts and emotions are in direct opposition to the creation of Paradise on Earth, so you see how extremely difficult it would be whilst those conditions exist.

It was never meant that we should exist in this way; in fact in the beginning mankind did live in Paradise, which was a little way from the world.  However, mankind chose to disobey the rules by inviting dark forces to enter that environment.  Hence Paradise was destroyed and mankind fell from grace to live on Earth.  The Earth was primarily created for the animal kingdom, but when mankind’s nature fell to the same order as the animals, this was the most suitable place for us to reside.

This story of man’s fall from grace is chronicled in the parable of Adam and Eve, where you will find that God says, “You may eat of every tree, but not the one that grows in the middle of the garden.”  When mankind broke that rule we paid the consequences.

God knows that we are subject to great danger unless we respect and comply with the natural order of life and our environment.  Even today we are continuing to ignore this vital message because we are destroying the fabric of our world and placing ourselves at great risk.  The symptoms of this can be witnessed in global warming, ozone layer depletion, deforestation, polluted oceans and rivers, volcanic eruptions, tidal waves etc.  When will man learn?

Unless mankind turns away from these destructive ways and attempts to recreate the conditions of Paradise, this world will decay and crumble.  Fortunately Hafed tells us that God will not allow this to happen and has a plan to save mankind and bring us back to the light.  Not everyone will be saved, but those of a gentle and loving disposition will be given the opportunity to build a new world, just as it is written that the meek shall inherit the Earth.

Man will enter the long promised Golden Age, harnessed through the qualities of the soul and the creative power of thought to bring it to life.  The Golden Age is in fact another way of describing Paradise.  All of those bounded within that power shall live in the Golden Age and there will no longer be illnesses and other forms of suffering.  God never meant for man to suffer; it has been the choices we made that have taken us so far away from Him.  When mankind is ready to accept that very first thought as a seed to grow a better way of life, then God is willing and waiting to nudge us in the right direction.

To those who ask “What is Paradise?”  I would conclude that Paradise is that elusive place where we once lived and are trying to get back to.  It’s waiting to be created by the power of your thought, but first you must fill yourself with those special qualities of spirit such as love, humility, gentleness, meekness, forgiveness and understanding. When these creative forces pervade every atom of your being, you will have raised yourself to a state of Paradise, where you once more live with God and all things are possible.

One Response to What Is Paradise And Can It Be Created In This World?
  1. James McArthur
    May 8, 2017 | 3:15 am

    Fascinating ideas! It amazes me how similar are the teachings of the great spirits, whether Our Lord Jesus, or Hafed, or Silver Birch. I attend a Unity church, which teaches similar truths. All tell us that mankind is living in a world that isn’t remotely what it could or should be like and has himself to blame for it. But, that Paradise can be regained by proper thought and action.

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What Is Paradise And Can It Be Created In This World?

What is Paradise and can it be created in this world?  This was a question that was posed to our spiritual teacher (Hafed) at one of our development circles.

Hafed answered it by first clarifying that “Paradise was not so much a place, but a place waiting to be created”.  In theory it would be possible to build Paradise here, but it would be extremely difficult to achieve because of the conditions of Earth are not conducive.

It would require complete isolation from the world at large and the development of your spirit to the point where the negative conditions of this world are totally stripped away and replaced by the creative qualities of spirit which can be found in Heaven.  Those special spiritual qualities provide the foundations upon which Paradise is established and brought to life.

The superior conditions existing in the Paradise environment are completely different from those on Earth, which are exposed to decay and pollution.  The contamination not only originates from poisons brought into our environment through industrial processes, but also from poisonous thoughts such as hatred, selfishness and greed.  These negative thoughts and emotions are in direct opposition to the creation of Paradise on Earth, so you see how extremely difficult it would be whilst those conditions exist.

It was never meant that we should exist in this way; in fact in the beginning mankind did live in Paradise, which was a little way from the world.  However, mankind chose to disobey the rules by inviting dark forces to enter that environment.  Hence Paradise was destroyed and mankind fell from grace to live on Earth.  The Earth was primarily created for the animal kingdom, but when mankind’s nature fell to the same order as the animals, this was the most suitable place for us to reside.

This story of man’s fall from grace is chronicled in the parable of Adam and Eve, where you will find that God says, “You may eat of every tree, but not the one that grows in the middle of the garden.”  When mankind broke that rule we paid the consequences.

God knows that we are subject to great danger unless we respect and comply with the natural order of life and our environment.  Even today we are continuing to ignore this vital message because we are destroying the fabric of our world and placing ourselves at great risk.  The symptoms of this can be witnessed in global warming, ozone layer depletion, deforestation, polluted oceans and rivers, volcanic eruptions, tidal waves etc.  When will man learn?

Unless mankind turns away from these destructive ways and attempts to recreate the conditions of Paradise, this world will decay and crumble.  Fortunately Hafed tells us that God will not allow this to happen and has a plan to save mankind and bring us back to the light.  Not everyone will be saved, but those of a gentle and loving disposition will be given the opportunity to build a new world, just as it is written that the meek shall inherit the Earth.

Man will enter the long promised Golden Age, harnessed through the qualities of the soul and the creative power of thought to bring it to life.  The Golden Age is in fact another way of describing Paradise.  All of those bounded within that power shall live in the Golden Age and there will no longer be illnesses and other forms of suffering.  God never meant for man to suffer; it has been the choices we made that have taken us so far away from Him.  When mankind is ready to accept that very first thought as a seed to grow a better way of life, then God is willing and waiting to nudge us in the right direction.

To those who ask “What is Paradise?”  I would conclude that Paradise is that elusive place where we once lived and are trying to get back to.  It’s waiting to be created by the power of your thought, but first you must fill yourself with those special qualities of spirit such as love, humility, gentleness, meekness, forgiveness and understanding. When these creative forces pervade every atom of your being, you will have raised yourself to a state of Paradise, where you once more live with God and all things are possible.

One Response to What Is Paradise And Can It Be Created In This World?
  1. James McArthur
    May 8, 2017 | 3:15 am

    Fascinating ideas! It amazes me how similar are the teachings of the great spirits, whether Our Lord Jesus, or Hafed, or Silver Birch. I attend a Unity church, which teaches similar truths. All tell us that mankind is living in a world that isn’t remotely what it could or should be like and has himself to blame for it. But, that Paradise can be regained by proper thought and action.

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