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So, What’s Heaven Like? “Surreal!”

Children in spirit are more likely to tell me what heaven is like than adults. But last week I had a gentleman’s best friend tell him what heaven was like. The spirit started out by saying, I know you have a lot of questions about heaven. And my client said, he thinks about heaven every day.

The spirit said, Heaven is surreal. To explain a little, he said think of your parent’s black and white TV in the 50’s and 60’s, now think about the high definition 4K TV’s you have now. The colors in heaven are to your colors, as your TV is to your parents! We don’t have words to describe them, they just are.

He said there are destinations in heaven, but you can make your heaven as well. Everything is a thought process. If you think about your loved ones, you automatically pop in to where they are on the earth and see everything in real time as you did when you were alive. You have to be careful what you think about or focus on because that is where you go. If you accidently think of Homer, Alaska, poof, you find yourself in downtown Homer, Alaska, asking yourself how you got there.

Heaven is as perfect as you can imagine, it is truly a paradise. But don’t be in a hurry to make the journey. As glorious as it is, the life we live on earth only lasts about two weeks in heavenly time. Learn what you can and do good. Once we are here and our loved ones are with us, we will talk ourselves into doing it again.

I’ve always told my clients, that you can’t take your gold medals, titles and money to heaven. What you can take are the good deeds and relationships that you had on earth. You judge yourself harsher than God ever will on the other side. You will remember the good times and the good things you did for others. Heaven isn’t in a galaxy far, far away. It is in a different layer of this dimension, like a two-way mirror, 1/16 of an inch wide, so your loved ones can see and hear everything we do. So make them proud!

Steve Spur

Steve Spur is an Evidential Psychic Medium based in the Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas area. He reads for people all over the United States to reconnect people with their friends, family and loved ones who have crossed over.

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