The difference between a religious person and a spiritual person

level of development through its own insights. Nobody else can take on its disbandment on its behalf, because it can often also be in conjunction with great misfortunes. Whilst the religious person is characterised through subconscious memories from past lives and religious traditions (the thought of development is an alien concept to it) , it is the experiences and their associated intuitions from the WORLD of SPIRIT (according to its level of consciousness) that promote the development of the spiritual person. The spiritual level of development can only be achieved when specific prerequisites are fulfilled: 1. That an approximate balance between the most important female and male elements exists. 2. The end of the materialistic level of consciousness must have been achieved, namely the insight that materialism is senseless . 3. The search for the meaning of life , something that is often set in motion after one or a number of fateful events. The religious person requires, according to its level of development, white magic or rites (for instance Holy Communion or baptism). All of this is superfluous to the spiritual person, because its spiritual phase of development no longer requires it. This also includes circumcision, something that indicates an external expression of one’s connection with “God” by religious Jews. Such magic actions are obsolete for a spiritual person, because the connection with the Divine (the WORLD of SPIRIT) is automatically established through its spiritual level of development. The Earth represents a ‘Valley of Tears’ to the religious person. Earth on the other hand, represents the only place for higher development for the spiritual person whereby an inner joy is conditional (whether other planets like the Earth exist somewhere else does not matter here, because one cannot journey through the three mentioned main stages of the development of one’s consciousness in the WORLD of SPIRIT). The religious person has a negative attitude towards its body; it represents a dungeon and a necessary evil. The spiritual person however has a positive attitude towards it, because it knows that the body is, as a vessel for the spirit, required for its development through the three main stages of the development of consciousness and that everyone configures their own body (through past and the present life); it doesn’t feel like a dungeon to it and certainly not a necessary evil. The religious person must visit the Church or PLACES of ENERGY in order to replenish its energy. The spiritual person does not require this, because it absorbs ENERGY from everywhere . How powerfully this ENERGY can flow in depends on the height of spiritual development (the spiritual level is arranged in sublevels of various heights of consciousness). Whilst the religious person struggles to apply its dogmas (the Ten Commandments for instance) in its daily life, something that often fails, the spiritual person does not have that problem, because it knows that everyone can only feel and act according to their level of consciousness , this does however not mean that there should be no laws (no society cannot exist without laws). The religious person is not just dogmatic but also intolerant ; only its views (its faith) is regarded as correct, it would rather like to see all other faiths forbidden because they are from “Satan” as far as it is concerned. The spiritual person on the other hand is open and tolerant towards other points of