Betty Eadie

All religions upon the earth are necessary because there are people who need what they teach. … Each church fulfills spiritual needs that perhaps others cannot fill. No one church can fulfill everybody’s needs at every level.

“All religions upon the earth are necessary because there are people who need what they teach. … Each church fulfills spiritual needs that perhaps others … Read More

We are responsible for one another. Collectively so. The world is a joint effort. We might say it is like a giant puzzle, and each one of us is a very important and unique part of it. Collectively, we can unite and bring about a powerful change in the world. By working to raise our awareness to the highest possible level of spiritual understanding, we can begin to heal ourselves, then each other and the world.

“We are responsible for one another. Collectively so. The world is a joint effort. We might say it is like a giant puzzle, and each … Read More

It often seems easier not to move on; even the muck and mire in which we’re stuck seems less fearful and less challenging than the unknown path ahead. Some people use faith as a reason to remain stuck. They often say, “I have faith, so I’m waiting.” But faith is not complacent; faith is action. You don’t have faith and wait. When you have faith, you move. Complacency actually shows lack of faith. When it’s time to move in a new direction in order to progress, the right people will come to us.

“It often seems easier not to move on; even the muck and mire in which we’re stuck seems less fearful and less challenging than the … Read More

Life does not end when we die. Death is a rebirth into a spirit world of light and love, a transition from the physical to the spiritual that is no more frightening or painful than passing between rooms through an open doorway. It is a joyful homecoming to our natural home, . . .

“Life does not end when we die. Death is a rebirth into a spirit world of light and love, a transition from the physical to … Read More

An important purpose for mortality is to help us learn to recognize and to choose the positive even though the negative more fully surrounds us. We make this choice consciously or unconsciously in every moment of the day, and these millions of tiny choices create the foundation of our identity. We are what we think. We are what we say, what we do, what we fill our lives with. Ultimately, every being creates himself by these countless, crucial choices.

“An important purpose for mortality is to help us learn to recognize and to choose the positive even though the negative more fully surrounds us. … Read More