"Geronimo, the great Native American warrior, said, "We are all the children of one God.
The sun, the darkness, the winds are all listening to what we have to say.""
Then this morning I read some more words that resonated with my view of how the universe works in a chapter in the book titled 'Frequency Beacons: The Two-Way Street of Love', where Mark writes, "Now visualize being tethered to everyone you know and have ever known.
Imagine these tethered connections as strands in a vast three-dimensional spider web (minus the spider, of course).
This web stretches in all directions.
Each tether of this web is an energy beam.
These beams extend far beyond the people you know to every living being."
Although I do believe in karma and cosmic justice, even if it doesn't hit you in this lifetime, good luck in trying to outrun your bad deeds I say.
And I believe in hell as much as I believe in a "Flat Earth" ... which is not at all.
Those words above pretty much sum up my idea of "God".
I don't believe any soul is lost in the scheme of things and while I have a dream-catcher hanging next to what I call "a living cross" over my bed, the dream-catcher isn't there to catch anything, it's there to remind me that everything is connected and part of God, for lack of a better word.
Dr. Kenneth Ring's a Bell?
Religion Vs Spirituality
I don't know much about Mark as a psychic, but from what I have seen and heard in the above videos and from what I have read so far in his book (I'm over the halfway point right now) his views really resonate with my own views on life and death.
Oddly enough, after reading Mark's analogy of the spider web I saw this story in the news this morning, as if to get a cosmic wink -Giant 1,000m spider web covers Greek lake