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 Green, Friday, June 27, 2008 04:12:09 AM
Aries, I do not believe in having regrets and I don't think you should. When we go through certain hardships in life, it makes us become wiser and more experience. What when wrong in your pass should be used as a lesson to help you decided what to do and what not to do in the future. You can always change your life for the better no matter what happened in the past
By Green, Friday, June 27, 2008 04:08:27 AM
Leeuh, I thought the same too. Christian and muslim beliefs have a lot in common and we also believe that when you die you show up in front of God and his angels and you will be shown your life and how things you did affected other people. Our beliefs don't include being shown what your life would have been had you choosen a different path
By Melvin, Friday, June 27, 2008 01:39:04 AM
Sounds a little confusing to me. How can I be able to enter the Hall of Justice? Is it what like Leeuh said? Maybe the Hall of Justice is a very great place where justice always prevail against any forms of evil. What do you think?
By Leeuh, Thursday, June 26, 2008 05:26:27 PM
The Hall of Justice sounds a little like the heaven we (Christians) are taught about in church. The 'elders' you mentioned remind me of the reference to angels that we are taught in church as well. I wish that I had the ability now to see how my life would have taken different paths if I had made different choices in my life.
By Aries, Thursday, June 26, 2008 03:43:37 PM
Sounds like something really good, but I'd probably avoid it, cause I have a lot of regrets in life, as well as many ups and downs. Shame that we can't consult these things easily in life, but I guess that would just lead to more sorrow if things turned out much better.
By Green, Thursday, June 26, 2008 01:44:30 PM
I believe that when we die we will go in front of God and his angels. Is that what you mean by the council of elders. I really don't know where you come up with this hall of justice because I really don't think anyone knows what exactly happens on the other side or what the place looks like.
By Silver, Thursday, June 26, 2008 12:47:35 PM
The Hall of Justice sounds like a wonderful place. It makes me wish that we had a place as understanding as that here. Though people have tried to make something like it, our Halls of Justice don't tend to be as kindly, I guess because when they are used so often, it lessens the compassion for all other people. That's just what I think though! I can't wait to see what it's like on The Other Side, though I'll wait for when it is actually my time to see it.
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