THE SEVEN PRINCIPLES OF SPIRITUALISM
Spiritualism is a recognised religion in this country, with charitable status. Its main object is through Mediumship; to show the continuation of life after physical death, by giving evidence and not faith. It is non-profit making and its workers are voluntary.

Forget Church dogma, tradition and ancient literature. Our information comes from Spirits through Mediums - those who know because they are living it! They provide the living proof. Our Seven Principles were given to The Spiritualists Religion by one of the early pioneers - Emma Harding Britten. It is said they come from Robert Owen, Social reformer, though there is some controversy regarding this.


The Seven Principles

1 The Fatherhood of God The core belief of the religious philosophy of Spiritualism is the acceptance of a Divine Energy. This force, whatever name given to it, has created all there is and sustains all its creation. The ‘Spirit of God’ exists within and around everything. It is within all of us: we are all children of God so are part of one family. We acknowledge God as our Father.
2 The Brotherhood of Man We are all part of the universal creative force and therefore one family in God. The operation of true Brotherhood throughout the word would create betterment to the lives of many, bringing equality, security and peace. Spiritualists try to understand the needs of others and help all people regardless of race, colour or creed.
3 The Communion of Spirits and the ministry of angels Communion with divine energy is a natural and essential part of existence. Communication between Spirit itself and its creations is an inbuilt ability. Spiritualists use this ability for communication directly, or via a medium, between those in the spirit world and ourselves. This is not supernatural; it is a normal activity. The main purpose of communication with the spirit world is to provide the evidence which supports our philosophy. The Ministry of Angels brings enhanced wisdom to enlighten the individual, society and the world in which we live. This includes those who are dedicated to the welfare and service of mankind bringing inspiration guidance and healing.
4 The continuous existence of the human soul Spirit is part of the ‘Creative Force’ and thus indestructible. Energy cannot be destroyed; it can only change its form. After death the physical body is left behind whilst the soul continues to exist in a different dimension that we call the spirit world. The individual personality continues unchanged by the event we call ‘death’.
5 Personal responsibility In His wisdom, God has given us enormous potential; we can use that potential to improve our own lives and the lives of others. We have the ability to make decisions throughout our lives as we see fit. What each of us makes of our life is our personal responsibility and no one can replace or override that right. No other person or influence can put right our wrong doings.
6 Compensation and retribution hereafter for all the good and evil deeds done on Earth This Principle expresses the natural law of ‘cause and effect’. This law operates now, on earth, as well as in the spirit world. As we move through life making choices, the outcome of those choices affects our soul growth. When we leave this earthly life there will be no divine judgement. We will have the opportunity to re-assess, take stock and decide what might have been done differently.
7 Eternal progress open to every human soul Eternity does not begin at death; Progress is open to all now! Any action, or intent to change, to promote soul growth and progression, creates a positive reaction. There will always be the opportunity to develop and move forward, no one is ever deprived of the all embracing love of God.

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