Heaven or Hell. Who Decides.

Time To Choose

The Pearly Gates
The Pearly Gates

Dividing The Mind

First, I must say, that I believe in God and consider myself a Christian.

What I have a problem with, is, the image of a heaven, floating somewhere in space, or a hell in some deep dark cavern. Over the years I have therefore considered a theory, that I find easier to understand and thereby assisting me to consider the consequences of my actions before I act.

My theory is, that God gave us a conscience with his pre set standards. He then gave us guidelines on how to appease our consciences. These guidelines were given in the form of The Bible and the Koran Etc..

We only use about one third of our brain. I believe that from the remaining space, two segments are alloted to the conscience. The conscience then uses one for good and one for bad.

In the good it stores memories of all the things that we like, people we love and good deeds that we have done for others.

In the bad it stores memories of all the things we don't like. The things we hate, the bad things we have done and the things that we are afraid of.

The last action taken by a dying persons body, is that of the conscience. It directs our life force energy in to one of the segments of the mind. If our conscience is quite clear then it directs our life force in to the good segment [heaven]. There we are confronted with all the things that we like and once again meet all the people we knew. We are showered with the good deeds that we did for others. We are in a beautiful dream, that seems to last for ever.

If, however, our conscience is not clear, then our life force is directed to the bad segment {hell}. Here we face all the things that we do not like and all the things that we are afraid of. We are in a nightmare that we cannot wake up from.

This means that God has given us the choice, of not only being our own Judge and Jury but also defining how good or bad our own fates will be.

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rafken 6 years ago from The worlds my oyster Author

libby101a Thanks for your comment. My theory does not take anything away from God, it supports the idea that he gave us the freedom of choice.

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libby101a 6 years ago from KY

I have to say this is thinking outside the box! It's a good theory! It would explain why part of our brains are not used! I guess we will never really know until we pass from this life! One thing I do know is there is a God and there is a Jesus...therefore we should all strive to do right and love everyone!!! Thanks for the good read!! I enjoyed it greatly!!!

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rafken 6 years ago from The worlds my oyster Author

CheyenneAutumn That truely would be boring as hell.

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rafken 6 years ago from The worlds my oyster Author

OpinionDuck Every bodies would be different.

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CheyenneAutumn 6 years ago

For me Hell would be a forced repeat of the same life over and over again each time reliving the choices you make in error - kinda like Groundhog Day - perhaps that is what we are doing now but with our minds shielded from the knowledge of the previous life...

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OpinionDuck 6 years ago

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