Inhabiting Heaven NOW: The Answer to Every Moral Dilemma Ever Posed by Andrea Mathews (Author)

Heaven. We say the word with both a hope of long-awaited bliss and a certain but wistful knowledge that the wait will continue. Life is hard, we say, and the world will end with a whimper or a bang by the hands of blind and evil humans. But then there’s heaven. Yet, what if heaven could be experienced every day right here, right now on planet earth – and the only thing that keeps that from happening is the lie. The lie that we are separate from the Divine due to our polarized sinful, bad, even evil natures. What if, because we are blinded by that lie, we cannot see that we are already living in heaven, in fact, we ARE heaven? And what if those truths could actually be found in the Bible itself, as well as in all of the other sacred texts of the world? What if all that really needs to happen is that the scales fall off of our eyes? If that were true – would you be willing to see? Inhabiting Heaven NOW offers such a brilliant, transformative light that you will not be able, after the read, to turn it off. Its arguments are so lucid, its truths so profound, and its simultaneous practicality so real that the reader simply cannot walk away unchanged.


Psychotherapist, author, speaker and radio host, Andrea Mathews promotes authenticity and the authentic self in every endeavor. Andrea believes, as the old Buddhist saying goes that “The seeker is that which is being sought.” What we don’t know, have forgotten or repressed, is the fact that the seeker is the soul and the finder is also the soul. When we get this, we can really “cease striving” to know that I AM, we are, God.

Andrea Mathews is a psychotherapist with a thriving private practice, offering Transpersonal Therapy to her clients for the past seventeen of her overall thirty years’ experience as a therapist, manager and a supervisor of therapists, in the Substance Abuse and Mental Health field.

She is the author of three books, RESTORING MY SOUL: A WORKBOOK FOR FINDING AND LIVING THE AUTHENTIC SELF (2007), and THE LAW OF ATTRACTION: THE SOUL’S ANSWER TO WHY IT ISN’T WORKING AND HOW IT CAN (2011), and INHABITING HEAVEN NOW: THE ANSWER TO EVERY MORAL DILEMMA EVER POSED (2013), as well as several articles in national and international magazines, and several poems in literary presses. An inspirational speaker to both corporations and large and small groups, Andrea’s theme is always authenticity. For the past five years she has been the host of the AUTHENTIC LIVING SHOW on VoiceAmerica.com, with over 150,000 listeners, having interviewed some of the world’s most profound and prolific spiritual teachers, authors and entertainers, including many who have also been interviewed by Oprah, such as Marianne Williamson, Gary Zukav, Caroline Myss, Dr. Larry Dossey, Dr. Christiane Northrup, Tom Shadyac and many others.

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Susun Weed interviews psychotherpist and author Andrea Mathews

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The Book of Becoming: Why Is There Something Rather Than Nothing? A Metaphysics of Esoteric Consciousness by Ronald Alan Meakin (Author)

‘Why is there something, rather than nothing?’ From the ancient text found on The Emerald Tablet, the motion implicit in achieving higher levels of consciousness is explored through questions surrounding whether evolution proceeds through natural selection or by controlled design and whether the nature of evolution itself is changing. Along our journey we ask whether Gaia theory can by extended beyond an earthly arena, whether science and religion are really incompatible and how do paranormal experiences, such as clairvoyance, actually arise. Considerations of free will, choice, the nature of time and virtue will lead us to identify the obstacles to be found in the way of our survival and whether, or not, we are capable of developing the means to prevent the extinction of the human race.

Ron Meakin lives in Devon, England, with his artist wife Annie, and has taken up writing since retiring in 2010 from a life in the construction industry. Having always had an interest in esoteric studies, he embarked upon a Theology/Philosophy degree in 2003 followed by a Masters Degree in 2006 at Exeter University, specialising in shamanism, supplemented by travel to parts of the world with a spiritual history.

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The Imaginary Birth of the Self and the World

We are simultaneously the witness and the substance of all experience.

‘I’ that am seeing these words am also the substance of these words.

The experience of knowing these words and the experience of being these words is one and the same experience.

It is only a thought that divides the seamless totality of experience into an experiencer and an experienced.

There are no personal entities or independent objects anywhere to be found in actual experience.

‘Me’ and ‘the world’ are co-created moment by moment in imagination. They always appear together and disappear together in that which never appears or disappears.

They are two sides of the same coin. The coin itself is Presence, this present Awareness, which is that in which the current experience appears and also that out of which it is made.

This division of experience into a perceiver and a perceived, a knower and a known, a lover and a loved, is like a mirage.

It never actually happens.

Both the experiencer and the experienced are made of experiencing and experiencing itself is made out of this Present Awareness.

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What needs to be done to something that is non-existent?

What can be done to the only thing that is ever present?

Every part of experience is utterly saturated with this Presence.

No part of it is any closer or further away from Presence than any other part.

No part of experience is more or less permeated with this Presence than any other part.

From time to time this Presence seems to condense itself into a bodily sensation. It constructs a wall around itself.

It becomes located in time and space.

‘I,’ Presence, becomes ‘me,’ a body. And everything ‘I’ am not, becomes ‘you,’ the other, an object, the world.

The self and the world are born.

However, this birth never actually takes place. There is no ‘me,’ no ‘you,’ no other, no object, no world.

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How could there be a cause for something that is non-existent?

How could there be a cure be for an imaginary illness?

How could there be a beginning, an end or a change, in that within which all beginnings, ends and changes take place?

Where could this Presence go to find that it was not already there?

What could this Presence become that was not already itself?

What could this Presence be other than itself?

What could this Presence know other than itself?

What could this Presence love other than itself?

~ Rupert Spira

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