Part 5 - ESSENCEISM 5 - “Eternity is not from this world”
Table of contents
“Eternity is not from this world”
Introduction - Analysis of the existence of eternity > see the text below table of contents
Part 1 - Eternity in the state beyond time and space
Chapter 1. Source arguments for eternity <<< common link to chapters: 1 , 2 , 3
Chapter 2. The progress of science and the search for eternity << link to ch: 1, 2, 3
Chapter 3. Essenceism and the vision of the universe <<< com. link to ch: 1, 2, 3
Chapter 4. Hope in the scientific vision of the cosmos <<< com. link to ch: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Chapter 5. Sphere beyond time and space <<< common link to chapters: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Chapter 6. God's presence outside the universe << com. link to chapters: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Chapter 7. Eternity from God for man <<< common link to chapters: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Chapter 8. Vision of eternity in the universe <<< common link to chapters: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Chapter 9. Humanity's long road to eternity <<< common link to chapters: 9, 10, 11
Part 2 - The eternal spiritual world as our home
Chapter 10. Spiritual development of mankind <<< common link to chapters: 9, 10, 11
Chapter 11. Eternity of man and other beings <<< common link to chapters: 9, 10, 11
Chapter 12. The spiritual world - the original state << common link to chapters: 12, 13
Chapter 13. The current state of the spiritual world << common link to chapters: 12, 13
Chapter 14. Interaction with persons from the spiritual world <<< link to chapter 14
Chapter 15. Eternal life step by step - vision I <<< common link to chapters: 15, 16
Chapter 16. Knowledge about the next life - vision II << common link to chapters: 15, 16
Chapter 17. Man in the face of death - vision III <<< common link to chapters: 17, 18
Chapter 18. Our way to eternity - vision IV <<< common link to chapters: 17, 18
Part 3 - Better understanding of the way to eternity
Chapter 19. Terms understanding of eternity <<< common link to chapters: 19, 20, 21
Chapter 20. Science helps to understand eternity <<< com. link to chapters: 19, 20, 21
Chapter 21. The reason for not understanding eternity << com. link to ch: 19, 20, 21
Chapter 22. Better understanding of Jesus’ teachings << com. link to ch: 22, 23, 24, 25
Chapter 23. Better understanding of the angel’s mission < com. link to ch: 22, 23, 24, 25
Chapter 24. Better understanding of the causes of evil < com. link to ch: 22, 23, 24, 25
Chapter 25. Better understanding of good and evil << com. link to ch: 22, 23, 24, 25
Chapter 26. Better understanding of our history << com. link to chapters: 26, 27, 28, 29
Chapter 27. Better understand of the elimination of evil < com. link to ch: 26, 27, 28, 29
Part 4 - Eternity lies ahead
Chapter 28. The absence of God in our world << com. link to chapters: 26, 27, 28, 29
Chapter 29. The uniqueness of human being << com. link to chapters: 26, 27, 28, 29
Chapter 30. Man is not an animal being << com. link to chapters: 30, 31 ,32 ,33, 34
Chapter 31. The spiritual meaning of human life << com. link to ch: 30, 31 ,32 ,33, 34
Chapter 32. Value of the individual leve << com. link to chapters: 30, 31 ,32 ,33, 34l
Chapter 33. Desire for eternity without borders << com. link to ch: 30, 31 ,32 ,33, 34
Chapter 34. Better understanding of death << com. link to chapters: 30, 31 ,32 ,33, 34
Chapter 35. Who can be a globetrotter <<< common link to chapters: 35, 36, 37
Chapter 36. A proposal for Christianity <<< common link to chapters: 35, 36, 37
Chapter 37. The futurological hope of humanity << common link to chapters: 35, 36, 37
The achievement of the goal of creating the universe >> see ”Contact - Result” menu
Analysis of the existence of eternity
In the first book on essenceism, subtitled God is not from this world, my analytical system was presented to study the existence of the Original Being. The assumption made there about the possibility of such existence entailed the need to prepare a number of research tools in order to prove by scientific methods who God is, what He is and where He is. Since this is a topic in which science has little experience, it was necessary to build a logical sequence of thought based on the intuitive knowledge gained from the experiences of mankind so far. This led to the determination of the necessary qualities of the Original Being.
In the second book on essenceism, subtitled We are from this world, I referred to philosophy and religion using research tools tested previously. Both of these areas have for centuries dealt with the problems that essenceism now studies. In this second book, I have included analyzes of the ideas of essenceism versus these fields. It gave a more complete picture of my system, which aims to make mankind aware of the fairly objective truth about who God is, who is man and what the universe is.
In the third book on essenceism, subtitled Evil is from this world, I analyzed the existence of evil, based on the agreements in the previous sections. First of all, I try to assess the possibility of a personal source of evil, its actions and impact on humanity. It is obviously about the existence of Satan. I would like the knowledge gathered in this way to effectively identify him and deprive him of any influence on people.
In the fourth book on essenceism, subtitled Vision not from this world, I was concerned with restoring our evil civilization mainly through ourselves. This is necessary in the face of the circumstance my system exhibits that God knows no evil. That is why I made a proposal related to the activity of individual missionaries called by me globetrotters. In addition, if mankind did not take responsibility for this type of world repair, I described yet another, i.e. futurological, possibility of bringing the world to the state provided by the Creator.
In this fifth part of essenceism with the subtitle Eternity is not from this world, I proceed to analyze one of the main themes of my system relating to the eternity of man. It is especially about grounding the knowledge that this eternity is within ourselves from the moment we are born. The previous parts of essenceism showed that the spiritual person transferred to us by the Original Being, constituting the "interior" of man, is eternal just like Him. It is to achieve perfection as a result of physical life, in order to be ready to experience eternity in the original spiritual world constituting a sphere beyond time and space. Understanding this fact will allow for a proper approach to the physical death that is inevitable. Eternity takes place in the sphere beyond time and space, and only within it. Essenceism tries to show that this sphere is an eternal place of existence not only for the Original Being, but also for each of us.
I dedicate this part of my work to both believers and non-believers. It turns out that knowledge of eternal spiritual life can be rational and therefore acceptable to a logically thinking person. For this reason, the essenceism, which scientifically presents God as The Original Being, and man as an eternal being, may appeal to both non-believers and people seeking followers of various religions.
In times of a serious decline in trust in the clergy of most religions and the departure of many people from faith in God, I prepared an alternative way of understanding His existence and eternity in man. My system allows not only to understand the Eternal First Cause, but also to understand the man himself and the meaning of his life in the physical world, including his eternal presence in the spiritual world. Essenceism shows that the full awareness of the eternity encoded by the Creator in our personality creates the phenomenon that one can be the most important of all people, without depriving others of the same level of importance. This phenomenon applies especially to the sphere beyond time and space, although in an ideal world it will also apply to our earthly life. My system does not form any religious denomination, does not associate with any worship, or implements any religious practice. It is simply knowledge itself containing many more hypotheses. Since it develops similarly to science, it has a good chance of constantly correcting the truth of its theses without resorting to miracles and revelations.
In summary, the purpose of essenceism is to provide knowledge and research tools to facilitate a new understanding of God, so that everyone can find the correct identity of our Creator, and their own. The personal concept of God's existence does not have to be connected to any existing religion. In fact, it can be a vital idea independent of belonging to any denomination or church. For such an attitude, it is necessary to assume that as far as possible all religious concepts and explanations should be logical and in harmony with the human intellect.
In connection with the above declaration, one of the goals of my system is to encourage people to create "their own religion", which would be for a given person a private form of relationship with the Creator without the need to join existing religious organizations. In this way, I see a way to create a personal knowledge of God that each of us could have at our disposal. That is why I tried to help understand the basic aspects of the Original Being in all the previous topics. Now I can only appeal for perseverance in creating a personal vision of God and the universe that was created because of Him. It is worth considering despite the obstacles related to the hustle and bustle of the surrounding civilization. Additionally, you can support your will to gain new knowledge with dreams of an eternal future. It will be like a love letter addressed to the constantly sought-after Creator and to our loved ones who have already overtaken us on the way to the spiritual world.
"Essenceism 1 - God is not from this world" (scientific understanding of God)
"Essenceism 2 - We are from this world" (understanding of man towards God)
"Essenceism 3 - Evil is from this world" (understaning of evil)
"Essenceism 4 – Vision not from this world" (understanding of salvation)
"Essenceism 5 – Eternity is not from this world"(understanding of eternity)
analytical system of understanding the existence of God, the spiritual world and man's eternity
Author - Janusz Mazur