The Nature of God

In this episode Mary McGovern interviews Tryggvi Gudmundsson from Iceland about Martinus’ view of the nature of God. What was Martinus’ own relationship to God? How does his concept of God differ from that of Christianity and other religions in the East and West? Can we reach a point where we can experience God directly as a living reality? If so, what are the prerequisites for doing so? These questions and others are taken up in this podcast. Tryggvi Gudmundsson is a life-long student of Martinus Cosmology and has a master’s degree in the history of religion from the University of Copenhagen. He wrote a thesis on Martinus’ concept of consciousness.

Symbol 8-9-10: The three analyses of the triune principle (The Third Testament, Martinus)

In this video, I present Symbols 8, 9 and 10: The three analyses of the triune principle, from Martinus. This video forms part of a series of videos on Martinus’s 100 symbols. Be sure to check out the other symbol explanations in this list, as well as the videos offering further commentary on some of the more nuanced or complex aspects of the principles the symbols depict.

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Symbol 6: The Living Being 1

In this video, I present Symbol 6: The Living Being 1, from Martinus. This video forms part of a series of videos on Martinus’s 100 symbols. Be sure to check out the other symbol explanations in this list, as well as the videos offering further commentary on some of the more nuanced or complex aspects of the principles the symbols depict.

Sleep – a gateway to another dimension

Martinus describes sleep as a window or gateway to another dimension – a spiritual world beyond the physical. In this episode Mary McGovern interviews psychologist and writer Sören Grind. They take up such questions as: What is sleep? What is its purpose? Where is our consciousness when we are asleep? What are dreams? They discuss the natural contact between people in the physical world and their deceased friends and family during sleep and also provide some practical and spiritual tips for improving the quality of one’s sleep. This podcast was recorded by Mary McGovern in Copenhagen, Denmark on 24th February 2019. Music composed and performed by Lars Palerius. Martinus’ literature is available online on the Martinus Institute’s website. Here you can also find information about the international summer courses at the Martinus Centre in Klint, Denmark.

Livets Bog, volume 5 (The Third Testament), now available as ebook

An essential text for all interested in sex and spirituality, The Third Testament – Livets Bog (The Book of Life), vol. 5 explores the ongoing evolution of human sexuality and its connection to spiritual development. Martinus presents an analysis of marriage and relationships, sexual orientation and many more topics.

Martinus describes how sexual evolution is driven by two poles in our consciousness: the “masculine pole” and the “feminine pole”, the relative size of which determines our sexual nature. Human sexuality evolves continuously through reincarnation and the changing constellation of these poles. A completely one-poled state results in a primitive moral standard. A completely “two-poled state”, in which the male and female poles are equal and balanced in our consciousness, results in the very highest moral standard and is the organic structure for neighbourly love.

According to Martinus’s analyses, today’s humanity will evolve into a third and truly human sex that is neither male nor female but a harmonious union of the two principles within the one being, a being that will experience a sense of oneness with all life.

Martinus presents a framework for understanding sexual evolution that can give us a better insight into our own identity and help us navigate through the changing sexual landscape.