Hawkins / Himmel








Himmelragede Gebirge, himmelspiegelnde Seen,
blaue Landschaft




Der Himmel ...

BW-Werte – Himmelsebenen

Ebenen der Himmel – Wohnungen im Haus des Vaters
BWHimmlische SeinsbereicheAusdruck
200 - 240Beginn der HimmelInnere AstralebenenForm / Nichtform
240 - 500 Höhere Astralebenen Formgebunden
500 - 600 Himmlisches ReichFormgebunden
600+ Höhere HimmelFormlos
Orientiert an: ► D. Hawkins, Licht des Alls. Die Wirklichkeit des Göttlichen, S. 347-349, 2006

Zitate zum Thema Himmel / Heaven

Zitate von D. Hawkins

⚠ Achtung Siehe Power vs. Truth (engl.) Januar 2013

  • Wenn die Seele den Körper verlässt, findet sie ihren Bestimmungsort in Übereinstimmung mit der genauen Bewusstseinsebene, die durch die gemessene Frequenz festgelegt wird. So kann man sich vorstellen, dass dies zu den verschiedenen Ebenen von Hölle, Vorhölle, Fegefeuer, Himmeln oder himmlischen Reichen, wie auch zu den astralen Ebene, "inneren Ebenen" oder nicht inkarnierten Zuständen führt. Das  All-sehende Auge, S. 416-417, 2005


Quotes by D. Hawkins

⚠ Caveat See Power vs. Truth, January 2013

Personal avowals

  • Living through lifetimes, conquering them and transcending them – that is how an archangel got that way, not by skipping lifetimes. Heaven needs help and it only gets helpers by getting people who lived through it. Sedona Satsang Q&A, 2 CD set, 10. January 2007
⚠ Caveat See Power vs. Truth, January 2013


Dante und Beatrice erschauen den Himmel
Illustration der Göttlichen Komödie, Paradiso C. 31
Gustave Doré (1832-1883) französischer Maler


  • From level 200-600 after death one gravitates to 'Heavens; with persistence of form.' I. Reality and Subjectivity, chapter 15 "Karma", S. 254, 2003


  • Research reveals that the heavens are the destiny only of souls that calibrate over 200 and that there are multiple heavens which reflect different spiritual groups and their belief systems. Historically, various religions have specified certain 'requirements' necessary to 'get into heaven'. It is as though each group then goes to 'its own' heavenly region but naively assumes that it is 'the only one'. It is reassuring to discover that there are multiple provisions for spiritual destination. That each 'goes to its own' is in accord with the overall characteristics of consciousness. Faith and dedication bring their own rewards. To recognize that there are multiple heavens and that each is in accord with its own adherents means that religious conflict and rivalry could be dispensed with out of respect and humility. It is the naive claim to exclusivity that results in the discord between religious groups. I. Reality and Subjectivity, chapter 15 "Karma", S. 254-255, 2003


  • All over 200 go to a heaven because there's multiple heavens and the heaven that you go to is aligned with your calibrated level of your consciousness. (Calibrated as true.) When you leave the body you automatically find yourself in the realm of your own vibration because that is what you identify with and are attracted to. So that should handle the afterlife. Sedona Seminar Realization of the Self: Final Moments, DVD 1 of 3, track 1, 14. December 2002


Zitate von anderen Quellen

Quotes by various other sources


  • In heaven there is an upside down fountain. In it a flame is burning day and night. This flame is burning eternally and does not need a wick or oil. Day and night the flame is burning, the entire year, every season, and does not know change. Paltu Sahib (1710-1780) Indian spiritual master and teacher, grocer, source unknown


  • To different minds, the same world is a hell, and a heaven. Ralph Waldo Emerson [LoC 485, work LoC 475] (1803-1882) US American philosopher, Unitarian, lecturer, poet, essayist, Journals of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Journals (1822-1863), Forgotten Books, 6. November 2016


  • I sent my soul into the invisible
    Some glimpse of that afterlife to spell.
    And by and by my soul returned to me
    And answered,
    I myself am heaven and hell.
Omar Khayyam (1048-1131) Persian mathematician, astronomer, philosopher, poet, The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam [LoC 700] 5 volumes, 1859-1889  

Englische Texte – English section on Heaven

Heaven and hell

                Heaven and Hell, The Real Difference                


A man spoke with the Lord about heaven and hell.
The Lord said to the man, "Come, I will show you hell."
They entered a room where a group of people sat around a huge pot of stew.
Everyone was famished, desperate and starving.
Each held a spoon that reached the pot, but each spoon had a handle
so much longer than their own arm that it could not
be used to get the stew into their own mouths.
The suffering was terrible.

"Come, now I will show you heaven," the Lord said after a while.
They entered another room, identical to the first –
the pot of stew, the group of people, the same long-handled spoons.
But there everyone was happy and well-nourished.
"I don't understand," said the man.
"Why are they happy here when they were miserable
in the other room and everything was the same?"
The Lord smiled. "Ah, it is simple," he said.
"Here they have learned to feed each other."

Source: ► Ann Landers (1918-2002) US American advice columnist

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1 Truth vs. Falsehood. How to Tell the Difference, S. 332, 2005

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