Eternity in man - Who am I?
The question contained in the title of this study is asked by almost every person in a slightly different form, that is: who am I? Everyone can easily answer this question. But this study is not about occupation, social position or gender. It is rather about our humanity. The question: who is a man, concerns the category of being assigned to humanity. People very rarely ask such a question, and I have the impression that they find an appropriate answer to it even less often.
In this study, the term man can be understood as two slightly different terms. One concerns the modern man inhabiting our planet. He can be called an ordinary man or, as some religions define him, a fallen man. Let us stay, however, with the term: modern man.
The second term refers to a proper man, that is, one who should inhabit the Earth. For some, he may be only a theoretical person, but for me, especially in the first part of my study, he will be the right person. I'll just call him human. The theory of eternal existence explains that man in the form of a spiritual person is eternal. This is the fundamental knowledge resulting from the analysis of the existence of the spiritual world as an eternal "home" for humanity, and specifically for every human being who lived in the past, whose now and will live in the future
The way I present my views on this subject is based on drawing some logical conclusions from the laws and principles according to which the physical world was created and from the spiritual experiences of many people who discovered the laws of the spiritual world.
The spiritual world is an infinite sphere of life for all spiritual beings. The theory of eternal existence uses this concept to better understand a state beyond time and space.
The spiritual world is invisible to our physical eyes, just as our thoughts and feelings and everything spiritual are invisible. But what basically distinguishes our physical world from the spiritual world is time and space. In the spiritual world, time does not pass and there is no need to use it to move from place to place, that is, to overcome space. A place is a point in space, and in the spiritual world the concept of a place does not exist. There, existence has a different, eternal dimension and has no physical boundaries. For us, adapted to life in the physical world, it is unimaginable and therefore, in order to understand the functioning of the spiritual world, we need to change our "physical" understanding of time and space.
Thus, in the spiritual world, everything is spiritually felt, and not physically.
Once the ideal world comes, every second in the physical world should be used to prepare your future "personal" spiritual world.
It is also worth considering what our "everyday" life in the spiritual world will look like. I used quotation marks in the word "everyday", because there is no concept of day and night, and the passing of time does not feel "earthly".
Before entering the spiritual world, it is worth knowing as much as possible about the spiritual reality.
I invite you to the topics of this study:
"Man - separate category of being"
"We are not animals"
"Spirituality in man"
"Eternity in man"
"Man - an eternal being"
"Man in the face of all creation" - Man toward the All Things
"Man and other beings"
"Future vision of universe"
"The begining of humanity"