The Lemondrop Dream Blog: The Lemon Palace

Hello friends. My name is Lemon Reilly (@LemonReilly), Life Doctor, Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist and Homeopath with offices in both Reno and Mexico City.


Do you believe in God and angels, Lemon? Recently I have become unsure of the existence of life after death. I have even begun to wonder if I am good enough to receive spiritual rewards when I die, and on a bad day I sit and imagine different forms of punishment that may await me in the afterlife. Is this normal?
-Harry in Ontario

It is not uncommon for seekers to go through a phase of fear and doubt before accepting the existence of the Lemon Palace, or ‘Heaven’ as it is known in several religions. Just because we cannot see something does not mean it isn’t there, Harry, as we learn from friends who have COVID and/or cancer. Do I ask my friend Jerry, ‘Jerry, can I see your COVID?’ Do I tell my uncle Frank, ‘Open up your shirt there and let me have a peek at your malignant tumor’? No, I do not. I must have faith that Jerry has COVID and Frank has his cancer. Yet some seekers do struggle to believe. It may even be necessary for Jerry to die of his disease before his sister Lucy will believe that he is sick, for example. The Lemon Palace is in the same category of invisible truths. I recommend that you read my pamphlet, The Path to Lemon Palace by Lemon Reilly and meditate on ‘Eternal Truths’ numbers 1-5.


My sister recently killed herself after reading your tract, All Queens Go To Heaven. Do you have any idea why someone would have such an extreme reaction to what you wrote? Is it normal for patients of yours to commit suicide?
-Dazed in Dallas

Unfortunately All Queens Go To Heaven was not one of my better tracts. It has an abhorrent title and horrific content. In fact, Dazed, I was not even aware that it was still in circulation. If your sister were still alive and suffering from depression or delusional paranoia I would not recommend that she read that one. It is not an encouraging pamphlet.