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Belief in a spiritual, invisible world seems unfashionable, unscientific, delusional.

Here is some evidence for it.
  • NDEs (Near-Death Experiences), e.g. Proof of Heaven by Eben Alexander; see here. Also read psychiatrist Bruce Greyson on his lifetime of NDE research.
  • Children's recollections of the time before they came to Earth, e.g. Memories of Heaven by Dr Wayne Dyer and Dee Garnes. Also see Welcoming Consciousness by Wendy Anne McCarty. These are like NBEs (Near-Birth Experiences).
  • The work of Transpersonal Psychology (e.g. active imagination, the work of CG Jung, Roberto Assagioli's psychosynthesis) all points to such a transpersonal world.
  • The testimony through the ages of shamans, mystics, spiritual teachers. From the Dreamtime of Australia's aborigines to the Afterlife of scientist and mystic Swedenborg and countless others like Lilla Bek, there is so much evidence.
  • Who am I? enquiries, such as that of Ramana Maharshi, or Inna Segal's ‘If you are not your arm or leg, because if those were cut off you would still be here, and if you are not your thoughts or feelings or experiences, because they change, then who are you?’ 
Voyage to the spiritual, invisible world

Even if this does not sway you, I leave you with a quote by O.M. Aïvanhov:

"A scientist will tell you that only those things which can be observed, calculated, measured, weighed, compared, and classified are real and credible. All the rest is of dubious interest and should be ignored, they say. Very well, but this severely limits the scope of their consciousness, since two-thirds (for the sake of argument, let us say two-thirds) of the life of a human being is taken up by activities which cannot be weighed or measured. Yes, two-thirds of our time is spent living: nothing more. And if such a life merits no attention and is of no interest, one wonders why a scientist goes on living. Just like other people, they breathe, eat, drink, sleep, and walk; they have thoughts, feelings, sensations, and desires; they meet other people who they like or dislike – they sometimes even hug them – and they do all of this without wondering whether they are doing it scientifically. How can they bear to live a life which is unscientific? They should refuse! Of course it’s much better to continue living. But they should take all these manifestations of life seriously, even though, for the time-being, they escape their scientific investigations."
Spiritual invisible world of Light

"If I find in myself desires which nothing in this world can satisfy, the
only logical explanation is that I was made for another world."

(CS Lewis)

"The courage that is demanded of us is the courage for the most strange, the most singular and the most inexplicable that we may encounter. That mankind has in this sense been cowardly has done life endless harm; the experiences that are called 'visions', the whole so-called spirit-world, death, all those things that the senses could have grasped, are atrophied. To say nothing of God..." (Rainer Maria Rilke)

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