Does heaven exist? With well over 100,000 plus recorded and described spiritual experiences collected over 15 years, to base the answer on, science can now categorically say yes. Furthermore, you can see the evidence for free on the website allaboutheaven.org.

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This book, which covers Visions and hallucinations, explains what causes them and summarises how many hallucinations have been caused by each event or activity. It also provides specific help with questions people have asked us, such as ‘Is my medication giving me hallucinations?’.

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Spiritual concepts

Perceptions - accessing perceptions

It may be helpful to have The Model of the Mind available whilst you read this definition.

Both animate and inanimate objects have Perceptions, as such, we should be able through the Composer – to access the Perceptions of everything, from dogs to cats to people, to trees to stones!

What we may not realise is that we may be subconsciously accessing the Perceptions of other things all the time.  This, then, is what we mean when we say some place has a ‘bad vibe’ or you don’t like the atmosphere, or some sixth sense tells you that you don’t like a person.

In general, the Perceptions of inanimate objects or animate objects that are very slow in their activity may yield nothing or very little to us. But where there has been interaction with faster activity animate objects, then we may well be able to ‘see’ in the perceptions of the inanimate object, a record of what happened imprinted in the inanimate object's Perceptions

The Perceptions are thus accessible and comprehendible only because the perception involves activities in which we, as humans, have taken part.  All other activity in which a stone, for example, was involved would be either incomprehensible or so slow in revealing itself we would have no idea it was a Perception being revealed.

But our activity and our thoughts can get 'imprinted' on inanimate objects.  Thus if we interact with stones by sitting on a stone bench for example, we imprint our thoughts on it.  A whole host of other inanimate objects are capable of storing Perceptions of our interactions with them.  I have included a number of observations which demonstrate this. 

Money is also a repository of Perceptions.  Money, by its nature ‘witnesses’ many events and is handled often enough and perhaps at times with enough emotion to be a very effective form of perception storage device.

We have some interesting rituals associated with money, which recognise this fact.  Water is symbolic of common consciousness, as such whenever we throw money into water whether it is a well or pool or the cascade of a shopping mall, we are symbolically making a ritual offering by ‘giving back’ Perceptions to the spiritual world [Coins also have symbolic significance].

Lyall Watson – The Nature of things
On Hadrian’s wall is a Celtic well sacred to the nymph Coventina, from which have now been taken nearly 20,000 coins; 2,829 of them bearing the head of Antoninus Pius from the 2nd century AD.

It is intriguing to speculate what we could learn from worry beads.

The fact that stones can record perceptions accounts for many of the odd phenomena which occur around buildings or ancient ruins or barrows or old Roman roads.

A ‘film clip’, thus some scene is enacted in a place or by something and it is ‘recorded’.  Then by pure chance, a person may tap into the ‘vibrational frequency’ which enables recall and the Perceptions gets replayed.  And this is all that is normally happening – a replay of stored perceptions, not a ‘ghost’ or similar spirit invasion – generally speaking where a person sees a series of images like a film being replayed, particularly if the scene seems to be overlaid on the actual scene they are seeing, then what is being seen is a replay of stored perceptions.

Emotion and inanimate perceptions

Although it appears that inanimate objects can store our Perceptions, when we later interact with those inanimate objects, the stored Perceptions which are the most accessible are those which involved real strength of feeling at the time the original activity took place. In effect, it is apparent that our strong emotional feelings are more detectable by those able to get at these Perceptions.

A surprisingly large amount of ‘perception noise’ is apparently present in cities and places of human habitation, but apparently little of it is pleasant because, as they are places of stress, the only Perceptions generated are ones occasioned by negative Emotions.

The reverse can also be true; places with little human habitation can be places of great peace and tranquillity because no negative thoughts have been ‘imprinted’ there.


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