Spiritual Wisdom Wheel - Spiritual Travel

Spiritual Answer — Spiritual Travel

“Soul Travel also has its range of experience. Some people notice it as just a shift in consciousness. All of a sudden, something happens in their lives where they become aware that they understand something they haven’t before. It comes in like a soft kiss of God. Then, they just know something.

Soul Travel can also be a stronger experience where people are actually lifted completely out of the body and they have some experience in the other worlds. It depends on what they’re ready for, what’s necessary for their spiritual unfoldment.”

—Harold Klemp, The Slow Burning Love of God, Mahanta Transcripts 13, Book 3, Pg. 73

“The point of Soul Travel is not just to fly around the universes, whizzing here and there. That would be as empty as going through life without ever knowing that Soul is on earth to fulfill Its divine mission. Its mission is to become a Co-worker with God. When It does, It knows a joy and spaciousness beyond anything that can be imagined.”

—Harold Klemp, Cloak of Consciousness, Mahanta Transcripts, Book 5, Pg. 99

“Daydreams, night dreams, contemplation, Soul Travel—all are steps in the pursuit of heaven.

In ECKANKAR, an earnest seeker is under the protection of a spiritual guide known as the Mahanta. This is the Spiritual Traveler. As the Mahanta he is the Inner Master, the one who comes on the other planes to impart knowledge, truth, and wisdom. But he also has an outer side. Here he is the Living ECK Master.

Thus, the spiritual leader of ECKANKAR—the Mahanta, the Living ECK Master—is both an inner and outer teacher for all who wish to learn more of God and life. Such is his role.”

—Harold Klemp, Past Lives, Dreams, and Soul Travel, Pg. 159

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