Relationship and marriage, according to the Kabbalah, must be based on spirituality. The connection between two people starts with their mutual desire to discover the spiritual realm and actualize the purpose of creation. Here is the philosophy behind love and Marriage, and some interesting ethnicity.
I am honored that Anita has invited me to write a column for The Messenger. Some of you may be familiar with my work as a poet and songwriter.
Some of you may be familiar with my work as the author of the book tying David Wilcock to Edgar Cayce - The Reincarnation of Edgar Cayce? And some of you may have read my columns in the Messenger a few years ago.
For the past 8 years, I have undergone a rather unusual experience in the physical realm.
The Stonemason Who Was Never Satisfied
Supplied to the Messenger by Michael Berman
Long ago there was a certain Chuang stonemason. He was famous for his extraordinary skill at his trade. One day a rich man needed some stonecutting done and sent for him. When he got there he saw that his employer lived in a great mansion, was dressed in silk and satin, ate all kinds of delicacies from oceans and mountains, and was waited on my maids and servants. Very envious, the mason gave up working, and wanted only to become such a rich man himself.
A fairy heard his desire and made him a rich man. The mason was deliriously happy.
There are certain parameters and domains which need to know or understand their limits. Science works within parameters and considerations that pertain to the physical world. It's methodology is something whereby one can repeat experiments to prove or disprove theories and hypothesis that scientists speculate.
Heaven is outside of the domain of science, it cannot be proven or disproven. It cannot be measured, it cannot be assessed, it cannot be confined within a closed system for testing or working with.