The Hall of Justice
by Sylvia Browne
Many have heard me talk about The Other Side. There are magnificent Halls and Temples that have important purposes. One of these is called the Hall of Justice.
On The Other Side, the Hall of Justice is where the Council of Elders meets to advise anyone who is in need. This is actually one of the smaller of the main temples that I speak of. But don't make the mistake of thinking it is not important just because of its size. Many on The Other Side rely on the Hall of Justice to speak with the Council.
It is very critical to have this place to meet with the Council of Elders. When you meet with the Council of Elders, the most important thing to know is that they actually counsel you. There is no judgment or belittling of you. No one tells you, "Oh, you could have done this..." or "You could have done that you know." There is no guilt or shame for anything that you have done on The Other Side.
What can be so healing about meeting with the Council of Elders is that they will ask you how you would have handled a particular situation differently. Then, the Elders will show you what would have happened in your life had you made that different decision. Please know that nearly every decision you make will still keep you on track, it is merely that some have more hardships than others.
The Hall of Justice is used by everyone on The Other Side. You can learn so much about your life by entering this Hall.
Sylvia Browne is without question, "America's #1 Psychic," an internationally known psychic and medium.
By maylin, Thursday, July 10, 2008 03:03:25 AM
Aries, i really do not think that people are punished on the other side. this article just tells us that we can learn more about our lives when we enter this hall. i think that this is just a guide for us. and it is very important for us to know about ourselves and lives.
By Aries, Wednesday, July 09, 2008 08:50:07 PM
Always wondered, how do they punish people on the other side? Lock them up? Death for the second time? Expulsion? And don't say that it's impossible to perform a bad deed there, good and evil are abstract concepts.
By maylin, Wednesday, July 09, 2008 12:38:37 AM
This hall is great. i think that many people will be needing this. and me too would like to enter this hall. there are many things that i wish i didn't do and sometimes i really need some advice. i would gladly enter this hall for me to know more about what i need to do with my life. and all of us need help.
By Stacy, Monday, July 07, 2008 01:07:56 PM
Mark: Have you heard Sylvia's meditations on cd thta go along with her beek Temples on the other Side? These meditations show us how to access the different temples.. Good Luck!!!
By Robin, Wednesday, July 02, 2008 07:01:02 AM
I believe we have certain roads to follow which gives us our "free will" and we write the different roads into our lives.. its up to us which one we choose. Yes, one road may be easier.. and bring less hardships.. but the harder road with more bumps in the road may teach us more, faster. I have felt myself going down these different paths.. and have often thought about what if I had taken the other route? But I know this life has been a hard one but.. the lessons I have learned and the amount I have grown is far worth it. Thank you Sylvia for continueing to bring us such wonderful insight. I love you. Robin
By mark, Monday, June 30, 2008 07:19:06 PM
I WOULD LIKE TO BE ABLE TO TALK TO THE ELDERS NOW. IS THER ANY MEDITATION THAT I CAN DO THAT WILL HELP ME LEARN HOW TO CROSS OVER AND TALK TO THEM.MY WIFE COULD DO THAT . SHE COULD PUT HER SELF IN A TRANCE OR SOMETHING AND GO VIST THE OTHER SIDE SHE COULD FIND OUT LITTLE THING THAT WOULD HELP US. MARRIAGE THING HELP WITH OUR KIDS OR WHAT WE NEED TO DO IN LIFE GENERAL. THANK YOU MARK
By Anastasia, Saturday, June 28, 2008 09:33:11 AM
I appreciate the insight and wisdom Sylvia has to offer. I have given the information she has written in this blog much thought and taking a look at my life (the hardships have been great and at times for me I felt overwhelming) the question I would present to The Hall of Justice would be; without the struggles and the difficulties I faced, if I had made a decision that would have made my life easier and less complicated would my soul have grown to the same extent as I know I have now? Would I have found the spiritual enlightenment that I have or would I have been content, like an ostrich with it's head in the sand, to accept whatever religion/dogma blew my way.
I am certain I have made mistakes in some of the decisions I have made with my life but, I do not look back with regret. I do know that I made the best decision I could at that time, in my life, with the knowledge I had. I know that I have learned much about myself through these hardships and mistakes and I am certain those at The Hall of Justice would remind me of this and help me sort through the rough roads of my life and counsel with me on how those bumps and bruises have brought spiritual enlightenment for the continued growth of my soul.
Thank you for this blog ~ Love & Light to All!
By Crystal, Friday, June 27, 2008 12:22:23 PM
Aries, We all have some regrets in life. But the key is to put them in their proper place. Never, ever let your regrets allow you to feel condemned. If you have God in your life, you do not have to think about what happened in the past, no matter how bad it was. We all make mistakes in this life. No one is perfect and as long as we do the best we can, we can't look back. If you have asked God to forgive you for those past mistakes, then He has, and He has wiped them out. that means that while you have to deal with where you are now, God will never throw your past up in your face. You have to leave it where it is. In the past. So, let the regrets go. Find the peace of knowing that you are who you are, and if you don't like who you are today. Then you can begin changing who you are right now. Remember that each day is a brand new page with no mistakes on it yet.
By Green, Friday, June 27, 2008 07:50:56 AM
I do agree Melvin that sometimes certain things we have done in the past do come back to haunt us. That is why it is important to pray and ask forgiveness for them from God so that we wouldn't feel as much guilt as we might. Anyway that is my solution for dealing with past mistakes. God is merciful, and if he can forgive us, then we need to forgive ourselves too.
By Melvin, Friday, June 27, 2008 05:38:09 AM
Very inspiring Green. Mistakes from the past will teach us and we will learn a lot from it. However I do also believe that it would somehow haunt us in the future. And I, myself know the feelings of it because it has happened to me a lot of times. But as you've said you can change whatever you've had from the past.
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