If you read New Maps of Heaven, we see a world in which many of the concepts that we apply in our lives don’t apply.
For instance, the ideas that resources are scarce, there isn’t enough to go around, there has to be some sort of market means of deciding distribution, etc., etc., are seen not to apply.
On the astral plane, and more so the higher we go, we’re able to manifest whatever we need. If it’s a building, it may take a pooling of energy, but we still create it.
And the same would apply here if we believed it to be so. Believing is seeing in this other realm. That’s how powerful our thoughts are on other dimensions.
The idea that life must be a struggle for survival reveals that the person holding it has no idea of what we are at essence. At essence we’re pure and innocent. Such a being does not – and cannot – struggle for existence. Not unless they cover over that innocence with a thick protective layer.
If we believe we must struggle, then that reality will arise. It’ll embrace us and manifest as outward conditions and inward illnesses. And finally it’ll take us. (1)
In the astral world, particularly in the Higher Summerlands and especially beyond them, people join together and collaborate, help and serve.
Yes, they spend an initial period sightseeing and enjoying themselves but they’re soon shown the dimensional ladder, the higher domains that are open to them if they choose to advance. Hooked by these brief experiences, they eventually turn to meditation, worship, or service to progress.
The love they’re bathed in and the absence of the drag of the human body means they’re all loaded to the top with good cheer. The result is a world that works for everyone. (2)
This isn’t some mystical invention or Hans Christian Anderson fairy tale. This is a dimensional reality, which most of us may not have been introduced to yet. But we soon will be.
(1) What ye sow, ye reap. Those that live by the sword die by the sword.
(2) The phrase originated with Werner Erhard.