It does its best to sort everything out, perhaps imitating the adults with its childlike thinking and childlike knowledge, but also with its childlike irascibility and childlike recklessness. One can take this child by the hand. Once it is done, the child called „mind“ is also grateful and goes – if you let it and the circumstances allow it! – gladly goes to rest and leaves the leadership to other voices. Only the more firmly it believes in its world view and the more firmly it is stuck in the coercive society of the children of reason, where what cannot be must not be, the more difficult it becomes. I call it the „emancipation of the mind“. He recognizes that the world is more than he can explain with his means. It acknowledges its own limitations and can – without bullying and doubting – recognize the perception and voice of the soul as authoritative and retreat to a lesser influence. This is the tricky thing with faith. If you force the mind to believe, it will always doubt. Also our mind must know about the existence of the world of the soul!
He is like the unbelieving Thomas of the Bible, who could not believe the miracle of Jesus‘ resurrection, but first had to put his hand in the wounds.
Our minds contain within them much of what we call the „human in us“. And since we are human, it would be foolish to deny it. Without convinced knowledge, it cannot give up its doubts. I am grateful that I have been granted happenings that forced my mind to acknowledge that our soulhood is not a fantasy and a spinning. The soul journeys that I have undertaken and that have actually taken me to other places and to the past of my clients, the many, many dreams that have shown me what is to come, have left my mind no other option than to say: „I don’t believe. I know! I don’t know what it is and I don‚t know why. But I know that it is! I have no other choice.“
These are things that everyone is capable of experiencing.