of Heaven in Christianity
(jesus in heaven)
of Heaven in Christianity (Genesis) is totally flawed... it simply
cannot withstand the test of time. Heaven (aka Swarga in Hinduism)
exists in the core of sun where temperatures exceed millions of
degrees centigrade. In such circumstances is it possible for human
beings to travel bodily to heaven?
is the abode of souls' atmans that hibernate in heaven in absence
of proper matching parents available on Mother Earth. If the residual
balance of karma is positive... the soul atman merits a place in
heaven swarga. What if the residual balance of karma is negative...
the soul atman suffers for eternity in hell (Naraka) that exists
in the periphery of the sun.
and sufferings in heaven or hell result from residual balance of
karma and not free will of God! Bhagavad Gita... the most sacred
Scripture of Hinduism on Mother Earth is absolutely clear on this
point. Souls atmans that are habituated for temperatures exceeding
millions of degrees centigrade suffer in hell as temperatures on
periphery of sun are considerably less.
Every act of
karma... experiencing bliss or sufferings can only occur on life
supporting planets like Mother Earth... never in heaven or hell.
Both heaven and hell are simply a transit point for the hibernating
soul atman when matching parents are not available on Mother Earth.
Sooner matching parents become available... the hibernating soul
atman immediately manifests a body.
always acts as a Dhrista (onlooker) never interfering with the creation
of his. God Almighty is not the form of human beings. It is a mass
of primordial cosmic energy... much beyond the purview of normal
human beings! The whole cosmic system is governed by the doctrine
of karma... as we sow so shall we reap... nothing less or more!
Kumar "Atma Jnani"
Kumar... The Man who Realized God in 1993 on Concept of Heaven in
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