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The Spiritual World Beyond


Lord Krishna gives information of "another unmanifest nature, which is eternal and is transcendental to this matter. It is supreme and is never annihilated. When all in this world is annihilated, that part remains as it is." {Bhagavad-gita 8.20). We have to develop faith by hearing the books of spiritual wisdom. And for those who accept such sublime truths with great transcendental faith, the truth will be revealed very soon if they follow the process.For example, how do we know that a person named Mahatma Gandhi ever existed? Most of us have never seen him. Our knowledge about him is based on our faith in the books which describe about him and in the persons who have met him. The same principle can be applied to understand the existence of God. We may not have seen Him, but there are books describing Him - the scriptures and there are people who have seen Him - the pure devotees.


Similarly our faith in the existence of a place called America is based on books which describe it and people who have been there. Applying the same principle to the existence of the spiritual world, there are books describing it - the scriptures and there are people who have come from there -   - the pure devotees.


The Bhagavad-gita is accepted by all classes of mensien in India. And outside India, many scholars, religionists and phJohilosophers have accepted the Bhagavad-gita as authority. Evens^en eminent scientists like Einstein would read Bhagavad-gita reggsegularly. So there should be no difficulty on accepting, on the ausauthority of the Bhagavad-gita, that there is a spiritual kingdorrtom of God. And the Bhagavad-gita further states that yam p<{ prdpya na nivartante, if one can somehow or other reach thatmat spiritual atmosphere, then one will not have to accept anotheisner material body; rather one will become happily situated in eternsrnal life.