Can it be perfect?

Glen, do you believe it is possible that we on this earth can learn to develop divine natures – moving well beyond the limits of what we seem to know and accept now?  

Humbly and respectfully, from the perspective of the ages-old health/wellness arts that I teach, coach, and endeavor to follow, you would be speaking (at least in the genuinely ideal sense) of Heaven. Accordingly, if there is a Heaven, a ‘key to the universe,’ a ‘sixth sense,’ they are rooted in true honesty and true appreciation, promoting of true happiness and true freedom…but most importantly, needing nothing to hide behind.

In this imperfect existence there is the gift/blessing that there is always room for improvement, greater and greater levels of objective insight (and their practical applications). Consistently, maybe we are here to ‘earn’ the ability to not need to be here, e.g., preparing ourselves for Heaven (hopefully/eventually). Herein (here on Earth), through true effort (working in mindfully being present and all but alleviating the weight of expectations), we can learn to better and better catch sparkling spine-tingling/shivering ‘glimpses’ of an (transcendent) existence, e.g., no time, no space, no distance…no yesterday, no today, no tomorrow. Therein, all is known, nothing to hide behind. Herein this Earth, we can learn to make these glimpses a way of life, e.g., ‘true health through true responsibility.’ Again, it is in the (next-to-impeccable bright beautiful) spirit of true appreciation…AND it is the right thing for the right selfless sake. — Dr. Glen Hepker



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