Ponemos en el conocimiento de nuestros amables lectores que todo el material que ofrecemos como posts en este blog ha sido extraído de la obra LOS FUNDAMENTOS DEL ESPIRITISMO, previa autorización de su autor nuestro distinguido amigo Prof. Jon Aizpurua.

No nos atreveríamos a divulgar este precioso e invaluable material doctrinario y de divulgación de la cultura espírita si no tuviésemos de antemano la autorización expresa de su autor, de lo contario incurriríamos en el plagio, actitud que nos despierta repugancia tan sólo con mencionar el término.

Hemos escogido esta obra, LOS FUNDAMENTOS DEL
ESPIRITISMO, porque estamos seguros que ella constituye la exposición más actualizada de los postulados doctrinarios expresados por el Codificador Allan Kardec, enmarcados en nuevo contexto paradigamático; el vigente en estos tiempos que corren.

En LOS FUNDAMENTOS DEL ESPIRITISMO el autor reinvidica el verdadero carácter de la Doctrina Espírita, como un sistema de pensamiento laico, racionalista, e iconoclasta, alejado de todo misticismo religioso, tal como fue codificada la Doctrina por el Maestro Allan Kardec en el siglo diecinueve.

Esta obra es eminentemente didáctica, porque está escrita en un estilo ágil y ameno, sin que por ello pierda consistencia en su brillante exposición de ideas, llegando a toda clase de público lector, desde el estudioso del Espiritismo hasta aquellas personas que se encuentran en la búsqueda de una filosofía racional que les ayude a pensar al mundo y a sí mismos.

René Dayre Abella
Nos adherimos a los postulados doctrinarios sustentados por la Confederación Espiritista Panamericana, que muestran a la Doctrina Espírita como un sistema de pensamiento filosófico laico, racionalista e iconoclasta. Alejado de todo misticismo religioso. Apoyamos la Carta de Puerto Rico, emanada del XIX Congreso de la CEPA en el pasado año 2008.

domingo, 12 de mayo de 2019



             Written by Edgar Crespo (our founder)

After first studying Spiritism, we may experience a new sensitivity of conscience which becomes more acute. So, what does this mean, and why does it happen? It means that we are starting to develop more of an inner spiritual and moral awareness of ourselves.

When this knowledge is digested by us, it should cause us to start to feel and act differently than before. It is a feeling that comes from deep inside us, a feeling that was long overdue. Yes, overdue because our spirit has lived a long time (many lives).

For many it is time to think more about others, not only about ourselves. It is time we remember God, and it is time we started to spiritualize ourselves, so that when we return to our true home, the spirit world, we as spirits will not miss material things and this world.

People tell us, upon studying this moral philosophy, that they feel more responsible for their thoughts and acts. They are more aware of the reason for their existence and their role in the Universe.

Prior to acquiring these feelings many of us were too vain, deceiving, and materialistic. We seldom thought of God. Some of us prayed, but without feeling. Also, many have told us traditional religious beliefs have left them indifferent or unchanged. However, upon becoming aware of Spiritist principles, materialism slowly started to slip away, our thoughts became more spiritual. We realized that solely earning big bucks, having a fancy car and a life of just having “a good time” is not completely satisfying. There’s more to life’s purpose!
Especially for those of us who started developing our mediumship; our relations with the spirit world gave us a great sense of duty. A new way of life opened up.

This is good for all of us, for slowly through these teachings we learn the real purpose of life; that the reason for our unexplained pains and aggravations is due to our past lives; that a sick parent or invalid child was also part of our hidden and distant past. We are no longer in ignorance regarding the reasons for wealth and poverty, or about life and death. These teachings help us to handle ourselves during our everyday lives, adjust to life’s many trials and get closer to God.   

Spiritism’s study should not be rushed into, it is not based on blind faith, but a rational understanding of a beautiful philosophy. Read, and digest what you read.
It is good that our conscience is more sensitive, but go slowly or you may become unsettled. Besides good spirits, there are other spirits in the spirit world that would like for us to fall by the wayside, and want to impede our progress.   

Let’s develop that sensitivity of conscience, doing the best that we can for our own spiritual and moral benefit. Having this new sense of awareness is wonderful and important, so hang on to it!

Pray for spiritual guidance with your prayers coming from your heart, for you want this existence to be one of progress.               

God knows us well. Do not feel down-hearted if you fall periodically, the most important thing is to get back up (I fall all the time), and pray to your spirit guides not to falter, and to help keep you on the right track, and this incarnation will be one of progress for you!              
          (Dated March 28,1990 – our founder disincarnated in 2008)

Existence of a Creator – First Cause of all things; Omnipotent, Supremely Just and Good, Infinite.

Preexistence and survival of the spirit – we existed before being born and we will continue to exist after physical death. (our spirit lives on)

Reincarnation – our spirit returns to a different body in each existence to learn and progress. Material life is like a school. Our thoughts, words and deeds (for good or bad) have consequences. Material and spiritual life, and all that exists, is in constant evolution.

Mediumship – a person that has the obvious ability to communicate (act as an intermediary) with spirits no longer in the material world in various ways.

Plurality of worlds – We are not the only inhabited planet. Intelligent life exists on other worlds.


                       Written by Julie L. Harper 

Our personal spirit exists in an on-going continuum of a transitory existences from incarnate to disincarnate. We don't remember former lives so that we can live our current life without remembrance of mistaken actions within past lives. Remembrance of prior lives would carry emotions of guilt, remorse, and a myriad of other emotions that would complicate focus on being the best that you can be in the now.

Yet, we subconsciously know the lessons of our past, and it is up to us to move forward without repeating former errors. Circumstances that keep happening without (current life) provocation do so by not having rectified the underlying reason.

Mistakes of moral wrongdoings from past lives occurred along each of our paths of spiritual and moral progression. By the law of compensation, error must be atoned for during some point within one's existence...experienced as corresponding challenges in order to enable necessary growth.
It is by the lack of remembrance that explains why seemingly bad things happen to good people. One's acquired spiritual growth may lead to action of expiation to result in the elimination of more related trials.

The actions of how one handles trials and what is held within one's heart convey that person's level of intellectual, moral, and spiritual growth.

Prayer is always a powerful and effective means for every circumstance. Sincere prayer for comfort, healing, fortitude, etc. helps because spirit guides and superior spirits lend assistance when asked. And, when allowed for by the Creator, circumstances can be greatly alleviated and/or change, as noted above, if it doesn't hinder necessary soul growth.

Faith will keep you strong. Believe in God's perfect plan. Your existence and trials are designed by a flawless progression toward personal growth. For this, you can hold gratitude even while you move through difficulties. In gratitude, also believe in your strength, for within God's infallibility, you are never given more than you can handle.


         Inspirationally Received by Julie L. Harper  

After bodily death, the essence of a soul lives on far more expansive than the confines of the container that holds deceased physical remains.

Energy exists forever that allows the departed to live on within the hearts of all those he or she touched, within the ever-lingering energy of his or her laughter, in the sentiments of expressed love, within the energetic imprint of all that person created, of all the places visited, and now also, in a different unseen but intermingling existence.  
Please know that all, except the physical body, still exists on earth but also lives on within eternal life...just as promised.
                             Written by Gloria Quel

The idea that we should have a deep knowledge of ourselves comes from long ago…Socrates, with the saying “know thyself”…is knowing the best way to gain confidence in ourselves because in knowing how far we can go, what are our true talents are and what are the negative habits that hold us back, is how we are becoming aware of what we can achieve in our spiritual growth.

Having self-confidence gives us the ability to focus on the goals we have to achieve, gives us strength to move forward, gives us security, eliminating unnecessary or false excuses that could stop us. It gives us the ability to calmly analyze what is the action in each case, turning those experiences into something valuable, in addition to increasing our trove of knowledge that enrich the spirit and fill us with wisdom.

Selfishness in its multiple forms is a great obstacle that prevents us to acquire true inner confidence…If we cannot control it, we are responsible for all the evils that we do by letting ourselves be carried away by it.

One of its consequences is that it stifles other values ​​that ennoble the spirit, taking us along paths associated with sensualism in its multiple expressions…

One of its main consequences is the loss of internal trust, which generates discomfort, suspicion, distrust, generating distance between people. And we can come up with ideas, such as: alone we live better and we do not need others to be able to live…  

Without confidence or clarity of ideas we can fall into the error of thinking that all the bad that happens to us is because others want to hurt us, for a thousand reasons that we usually only have in our thoughts, attracting sadness to our spirits, with the bitterness appearing in the heart; that same inner void that drives away the joy of living.

Why relate to others, if they can harm us - is a reflection that can assail us when we have had bad experiences and we have not been able to read correctly the events we have experienced. If we give room to this thought, our life will begin to be empty, because we are social beings and we need to relate to each other in order to have a full life.

If, on the contrary, we are balanced people who have confidence in our possibilities and, in some cases, someone attacks us for no apparent reason (because it is their imperfections who are behind those attacks), the most appropriate response will be to remain calm, stay serene before the people who harm us, learning to forgive them, knowing that they will receive the consequences of their actions in the future.

Remember that trust is the foundation on which we build friendship, personal relationships and, above all, love.  

We know that there is no such thing as chance, that throughout our lives we are putting forward what we need to live, and it is the Divine Wisdom that puts us in the right place to enrich ourselves of experiences, develop values and skills. Self-confidence, therefore, helps us to adapt to any situation that may arise.

We must remember that we are in an evolutionary point, in a physical existence that is a consequence of the past [from previous lives], with a program to be carried out in the present [this lifetime]. We have to be aware of our potential and that we come with all the possibilities of success, if we put our effort into it.

(Excerpts from an article dated 10/17/18 from www.Amorpazycaridad.com - Association of Spiritual Studies of Group Villena – Alicante, Spain – translated by Yvonne C. Limoges)

As the saying goes, you reap what you sow; and Spiritism teaches us for good and bad, whether in this life or the next.

This month celebrates love of all kinds, yet so many on this planet do not love as they could. It is a very strange and confusing place to visit if you were from another planet. Why does this couple love each other, but hate or dislike others; and it just goes on and on. Jesus taught us to love everyone equally. As the supreme example on this planet of how to love, there sure is a huge difference between what is supposed to be and what actually is!

So, even though it is not Valentine's Day anymore, try to love everyone for just one whole day and see what happens, versus how you are the rest of the time you are here. Wouldn’t it be amazingly divine if everyone could do it all on the same day! This place you call home, would truly know peace, happiness and love.  


    Spirit communication received by Alysia Pape

There are many things that come along to clear up the rainy day for a short while during life’s many storms. Keep your eyes open and enjoy the light that does reach you, at times. Thank God for these brief moments of happiness and relief.

If you do receive breaks in the storm, try to share the warm light you receive with others, in their stormy life. Now, if only you make it through the storm, yet you could have helped others but didn't, you might be there at the end…alone for a while.

Just imagine how you would feel if someone you didn't help, finally reaches the shore, after you had passed them by. So, help others as you can.
TV SHOWS: God & the Afterlife

              Written by Yvonne Crespo Limoges  

On television, there a few TV shows dealing with the Afterlife and God. Although they have some serious insights, don’t forget these are comedies.

The Good Place on NBC has developed a regular following (3rd season). Good people who die go to the “good place” and the bad go to their place. Philosophical questions come up: What does it take to “be good”, whether a person can improve under the right circumstances and what is ethical conduct. The writers actually confer with real philosophers and the show has been renewed.      

Miracle Workers is a 7- episode limited series on TBS. God (actor Steve Buscemi) believes the Earth is a mess and wants to blow it up. Angels have made a bet with God to try to save it. I thought it was rather interesting there are certain rules the angels can’t break, as they try to help and influence humanity.  

God Friended Me on CBS is about an atheist (his father is a minister) who has a part time podcast. One day he receives a message on social media from “God” - each time providing a name. He and a journalist friend (while trying to discover “God’s” true identity) end up encountering, helping and affecting these people’s lives, generally for the good. At the end of each show, he summarizes on his podcast what he has learned during these interactions. I find this show refreshing, interesting and an example of how we can help others and the wonderful results.

Edited by Yvonne Crespo Limoges, Director


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