`Imagine how the faithful of all the world's religions would feel if they were told one day that there would be no more churches or temples or synagogues, no more religious ceremonies, no more statues or pious pictures, no more clergy; that every material, external manifestation of religion would disappear because the time had come to worship God in spirit and in truth. They would feel utterly lost, as though they had nothing to hold on to any more. Only those who are exceptionally highly evolved are capable of finding within their own soul and spirit the sanctuary in which they can communicate with the Lord, in which they can touch and taste and breathe the splendours of heaven. Of course, such an expansion of consciousness is highly desirable. Those who achieve it are free from all limitations, for the world of the soul and spirit is vaster and more beautiful than any other. In that world they are free to work without restrictions to build a future for themselves as sons and daughters of God.´ Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov
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