HUMANS ARE FREE – 7,000 Souls Recall Their Life Between Lives – During Regression Hypnosis – Similarities Are Astounding! – by Alanna Ketler – 8-23-18

 

by Alanna Ketler

For some of us, this work may resonate on a deep level. I know for myself while watching a documentary on this subject called, Flipside: A Journey Into The Afterlife,  and hearing the people recount their previous lives or the place that was often described as “home,” no part of me doubted anything they were saying for even a second.

This information resonated to the very core of my being and just happens to go along quite nicely with my previously held beliefs in terms of reincarnation and the afterlife. Of coure, we can never know for sure, but the topic of past lives and life after death is truly fascinating and can be fun to explore.

I highly recommend the book on this subject, Journey Of Souls: Case Studies Of Life Between Lives by Michael Newton himself. It goes into much more depth and provides transcripts of actual sessions with the hypnotized subjects.

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by Alanna Ketler

Certified Master Hypnotherapist Michael Newtondeveloped a technique to regress his clients back in time to recall memories from their past lives. During this process he stumbled upon a discovery of enormous

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PREFACE

For some of us, this work may resonate on a deep level. I know for myself while watching a documentary on this subject called, Flipside: A Journey Into The Afterlife,  and hearing the people recount their previous lives or the place that was often described as “home,” no part of me doubted anything they were saying for even a second.

This information resonated to the very core of my being and just happens to go along quite nicely with my previously held beliefs in terms of reincarnation and the afterlife. Of course, we can never know for sure, but the topic of past lives and life after death is truly fascinating and can be fun to explore.

I highly recommend the book on this subject, Journey Of Souls: Case Studies Of Life Between Lives by Michael Newton himself. It goes into much more depth and provides transcripts of actual sessions with the hypnotized subjects.

The Findings: 

One of the most fascinating aspects of Newton’s work was that it didn’t matter who he was working with or what their previously held beliefs were in regards to the concept of “a soul” or reincarnation — in fact, many didn’t believe in these concepts at all.

After coming out of a session, many of these people were changed forever. They were able to recount some of their past lives and feel and clearly see the relationship those previous lives had to their current life.

The Life Between Lives

In the world of hypnotherapy, past-life regression is almost common, but what’s unique about Newton’s work is his ability to get his subjects to recall memories from being in the womb, and then from before that point as well, to the place between each life.

Some ot these findings are:

  • People’s memories of the initial activities of the soul just after final death on earth parallel the recollections of people returning from a near-death experience (NDE).
  • Souls are generally anxious to move away from the earth after death, and in many cases may stay a few days for their funeral.
  • Most souls initially pass through a tunnel towards the light of heaven

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Artist who was Dead for Seven Minutes, now Paints what he saw after “Crossing the Threshhold” – Mysterious Universe – 7-16-18

Shiv Grewal, 60, an actor with the Royal Shakespeare Company

who had just been cast as Don Pedro in the

RSC’s production of Much Ado About Nothing,

had just returned to his London home

from dinner with his wife Allison

when he suffered a massive heart attack.

Shiv was legally dead for seven minutes before he was…

via Artist Who Was Dead For Seven Minutes Now Paints What He Saw After “Crossing the Threshhold” — Mysterious Universe

Does the individual consciousness carry on after death? – by Yoga With Maheshwari

My sisters and I got together on Friday night to have a bite and sit in a hot tub for a while. Of course, we got around to talking about our mother who passed away this past December. I’ve been feeling somewhat adrift since my mom passed. Detached from a part of my belief system […]

via Does the individual consciousness carry on after death? — Yoga With Maheshwari

Our Multidimensional Self and Reality – Life After Death – Jurgen Ziewe,Evita Ochel

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Published on Sep 2, 2016

EBTV with host Evita Ochel (http://www.evitaochel.com) and featured guest Jurgen Ziewe (http://www.multidimensionalman.com) in a dialogue about Jurgen’s work with multidimensional reality, including out-of-body experiences and life after death.

Jurgen Ziewe is an artist, author, researcher and explorer of multidimensional reality.

Jurgen’s books include:
1. Multidimensional Man: http://amzn.to/2bKe7bz
2. Vistas of Infinity: http://amzn.to/2bTbsYz
3. The Ten Minute Moment: http://amzn.to/2cnWJsO

Topics covered in the video include:

1. Jurgen’s journey of awakening and interest in subjects related to consciousness and multidimensional realities. (1:35)
– Jurgen’s early years
– experience with meditation
– experience with dark energies and fear
– experience with oneness and purpose for life
– the start of Jurgen’s OBEs (15:08)
– state of meditation; achieving vs. allowing (18:50)

2. Jurgen’s explanation of what out-of-body experiences are, different types and his experience. (20:02)
– physical level vs. astral level
– Jurgen’s technique for reporting his OBEs / astral plane experiences (25:00)
– how OBEs influenced Jurgen’s art and the visions he brought back

3. Similarities and differences between OBEs, dreams and lucid dreams. (29:15)

“I always draw parallels to our dreams in which we are stripped of our physical bodies and yet function perfectly in synch of what we are. When we die, we enter another dream, a lucid dream which offers incredible options for expanding consciousness, if only we knew a bit more.” ~ Jurgen Ziewe

4. The benefits of the shift / awakening of consciousness. (36:07)
– whether we need to be spiritual to awaken to reality / multidimensional reality
– the saints amongst us (Jurgen’s hospital story)

5. How our thinking versus being influences what we think and how we experience reality. (42:15)

“There are plenty of theories and beliefs, but equally many more misconceptions and illusions.” ~ Jurgen Ziewe

– the role of heart-centered living
– the role of words and the intellect
– the importance of being, presence and gratitude
– the individual and collective awakening experience
– the importance of finding our own path (not getting distracted)

6. What to expect after physical death; understanding the landscape and experience of this dimension. (51:20)

“When the physical body dies, our internal world becomes our
external reality.” ~ Jurgen Ziewe

– the importance of our focus and actions in this reality, and how they determine our non-physical reality
– the potential of our liberation based on how we use our mind

7. Jurgen’s resources for understanding the nature of our multidimensional self and reality. (1:01:41)
– the reason Jurgen wrote his books
– the value of the “Om” mantra
http://www.multidimensionalman.com
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Wes Annec – The Spirit World Chronicles – The Borderlands – Earthly Needs and Wants are Provided – 11-15-14

 

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Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

The Spirit World Chronicles is an ongoing series based on channeled accounts of what the afterlife is like. Some of the material examined in this series dates back to nearly a century ago, and the referenced sources discuss a wide range of topics that have to do with life after death and the conditions of the realms beyond.

Here, I’d like to pick up from our previous discussions about the ‘Borderlands’, which is the initial realm most people who leave this earth depart to, with a discussion about the manner in which everything one could ever need or want is provided.

Even though I haven’t been to the Borderlands and I couldn’t say for sure, I’d imagine one isn’t provided with everything they’d ever want/need to satisfy their egos, but to help them see that they now exist in an infinite realm where they can manifest anything and everything that comes to mind.

I’m sure it initially seems like they’re granted everything they want by a source outside of themselves, but they eventually learn that they’re the ones who manifest their realities – in their new fourth-dimensional home and on the planet they’d just departed from.

We create our reality, individually and collectively, no matter which realm we exist in. We’re the creators of everything we could ever perceive and everything we’ll perceive as we continue to evolve, and it seems like this lesson’s given to the newly departed in the form of their reception of everything they could ever hope to need or want.

The purpose of life – in every realm – is to learn about the spiritual nature of our existence and empower ourselves with the understanding that we created everything around us, and some require the assistance of outer entities or manifestations before they can realize this and take the next step on their journey.

There isn’t necessarily anything wrong with this, as long as they can eventually empower themselves and realize that they truly are the creators of everything they receive and experience.

W.T. Stead tells us that the purpose of providing the recently deceased with familiar earthly pleasures is to help them feel comfortable in their new home before they move on from everything that constitutes the earth and the third dimension.

“It seems that all the senses are provided for here. The chief work on this island is to get rid of unhappiness at parting from earth ties, and therefore, for the time being, the individual is allowed to indulge in most of earth’s pleasures. There are attractions of all kinds to stimulate and generally to tone up strength.

“Whatever the person’s particular interest on earth has been, he can follow it up and indulge in it here also for the present. All mental interests and almost all physical interests can be continued here, for that one reason of coaxing the newcomer to a level mental outlook.” (1)

Anything one can do on earth, short of taking another’s life, can be done in the Borderlands until one gradually grows out of the perceived need to do them, Stead tells us.

“There are houses given over to book study, music, to athleticism of all kinds. Every kind of physical game can be practiced – you can ride on horseback, you can swim in the sea. You can have all and any kind of sport which does not involve the taking of life. In a minor degree that can be had too, but not in reality; that is only a make-believe.

“From this you will understand that particular buildings are given over to their own kind of work.

“The man who has spent his life in games, heart and soul, would be disconsolate without them here … he can have them and enjoy them to the full; but he will find that after a time the desire is not so keen and he will turn to other interests automatically, though gradually, and it may be that he will never entirely abandon his games, but the desire will be less absorbing.” (2)

Certain spiritual practices that help us attain a higher state of consciousness, such as music, are increased in the fourth dimension.

“On the other hand, the man who used his life for, say, music, for instance, will find his desire, his interest and his ability increasing by leaps and bounds because music belongs to this land. He will find that by spending much time in one of the music houses, as he will if his life is music, his knowledge and ability are amazingly increased.

“Then there is the bookworm. He, too, finds intense satisfaction in his new-found facilities. Knowledge is unlimited – works of priceless value, lost upon earth, are in existence here. He is provided for.” (3)

If there’s something spiritually relevant we enjoy on earth, we’ll be able to practice and increase it in the fourth dimension. Music is far more spiritual than most people realize, and apparently, it’s constantly played in the higher realms.

It isn’t played for an earthly purpose such as gaining fame or notoriety – it’s played because the souls who play it recognize that it’s inherently spiritual. As Stead told us, the same can be said for gaining knowledge and striving to perceive spirit.

No matter what we enjoy doing, we’ll enjoy it even more in the fourth dimension. Certain earthly practices will begin to resonate less and less with us, but spiritual practices that are popular on earth will increase until our abilities far surpass their previous level.

http://cultureofawareness.com/2014/11/14/the-spirit-world-chronicles-the-borderlands-earthly-needs-and-wants-are-provided/

Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

Concluded from Part 1

According to Stead, even people who were businessmen on earth will find an interest that suits them in the fourth dimension.

“The keen business man on earth whose only interest is in making his business successful will also find scope for his ability. He will come in contact with the house of organization, and he will find himself linked up with work transcending in interest anything that he could have imagined for himself whilst upon earth.” (1)

The gloom and depression that can come with leaving the physical behind is the reason recently departed spirits are allowed to indulge in earthly pleasures, Stead shares. One’s interest in them will gradually fade after indulging in them for a while, to be replaced with an interest in all things spiritual.

“Now all this is done for a reason. Everyone is provided for. On arriving, here there is often much grief; grief that is sometimes incapacitating, and no movement forward can be made until the individual wishes it himself. Progress cannot be forced upon him.

“Thus in the scheme of creation the blessed Creator has devised this wonderful means of appealing to the main interest on earth of each one. Everyone comes in touch with the chief longing of earth life, and is given opportunity to indulge in it, and thus progress is assured.” (2)

The fun that comes with doing things one enjoyed on earth enables them not to be so gloomy or upset over their passing, and it seems like giving up every attachment to this physical reality can be very difficult. It helps to be able to perceive their loved ones on earth, but I’m sure the distance between them and their family is still painful.

Thus, indulgence in earthly things helps them feel a little closer to home. It’s akin to if someone who enjoys soccer moves away to a place where nobody plays it. They might feel alone, but they’d be jubilant if they found a way to practice their favored sport in their new home.

If they suddenly found a soccer field with enthusiastic teammates, the pain of being away from their home would be slightly dimmed. So it is with the fourth dimension, and one can spend as much time enjoying their favorite earthly activities as they require before they move on and see what their new home really has to offer.

The change from earthly activities to mental/spiritual ones is gradual, Stead advises, and again, those who were interested in mental/spiritual activities on earth gradually yet directly expand their abilities.

“In all things that are purely and solely of the earth, the interest flags after a little time; a reaction, a gradual process – nothing is dramatic here – and the person passes from this to another interest which on earth would be called a mental one.

“Those whose interests have been in this mind-category will continue and enlarge the scope of their work, and will progress along the same lines – the others change.” (3)

I can only imagine how far the conscious public would go if we were in the fourth dimension. Sure, some of us are still pretty interested in earthly things, but I think we’d feel more at home than we do here on earth.

Some of us don’t feel as comfortable on earth as others, and a lot of seekers justly feel like the earth isn’t their home. It isn’t in a lot of cases, but it is in the sense that we’ve chosen to live here and perform our spiritual work from the blessed space it provides.

Our very incarnation here makes it home in a sense, and personally, I’d miss this place if I were gone. I’m sure I’d enjoy the higher realms, but I don’t think I’d ever forget this heavenly yet oppressed earthly home.

In an insightful quote, Stead tells us that the mind is our primary faculty in the higher realms, which is why discipline and spirituality are so important on earth.

“You are not forced to acquire anything. You are more than ever free agents. That is why on earth it is so essential to control your bodies by your minds, and not the reverse. When you come here your mind is all-powerful, and everything depends, for your own degree of happiness here, upon the kind of mind you bring with you.” (4)

We create our higher-dimensional future with everything we think, feel and do, and it can be difficult to realize that our physical body doesn’t constitute who we are. It certainly won’t follow us into the higher realms – we’ll have only our mental and spiritual faculties, which, of course, will expand enormously.

Those who’ve kept their minds, hearts and bodies out of balance on earth likely have a lot of trouble navigating the fourth dimension, which is one of many reasons they’re given certain earthly pleasures that help them acclimate to their new realm.

The mind and body are important to keep in check in the third dimension, Stead tells us in our final quote, but the mind/heart alone are important in spirit.

“The presence or absence of contentment is entirely due to the earth life you have led, the character formed, opportunities taken and lost, the motive of and for your actions, the help given, the manner of use of help received, your mental outlook and your use and abuse of flesh power.

“To sum all these up, it is the quality of mind control over body versus body over mind. Mind matters and body matters – on earth. Here only the mind matters, it is in your keeping entirely, and is in whatever state you have made it by your life. On your arrival here the degree of your happiness will be determined automatically by the demands of your mind.” (5)

This is one reason discipline’s so important here on earth. If we live in love and discipline our minds – making sure they don’t overtake our emotions or bring us out of alignment with the paths we’ve forged for ourselves – we’ll have a much easier time in the higher realms than those who let their minds spiral out of control on earth.

Discipline and mastery will always be important, and while we aren’t meant to be perfect while we’re on earth, the things we do will naturally and understandably determine the things we experience in the higher realms. If our mind’s been untrained all our lives, we’ll have to deal with the difficult task of training it in spirit.

As long as we continue to live in alignment, our eventual sojourn through the higher realms will be a breeze. We just have to recognize that the mind’s a very powerful instrument and use discipline to keep it trained, and even though it’s easier said than done, it’s not impossible.

It’s very achievable, but we have to have faith in our hearts and the knowledge that our discipline will make our higher-dimensional experiences easier. Those who’ve diligently disciplined their minds on earth might not crave earthly things in the fourth dimension, and thus, they can surpass the Borderlands and see what the next, purer realms have to offer.

In our next segment, we’ll either continue to discuss the Borderlands or we’ll move on to another fourth-dimensional topic or realm. There’s a lot more material about the Borderlands out there, and as always, the more we learn about the higher realms, the easier they’ll be to navigate when our earthly journey’s finished.

Personally, I think talking about various concepts that have to do with spirit and the higher realms is part of my reason for being on this earth, and I’ll continue to faithfully discuss these matters because I think they’re important to our eventual anchoring of a higher state of consciousness.

We have a lot of changes to make to this formerly broken world, and we’ll make them easily when our minds are trained and our spiritual understanding is sharpened.

http://cultureofawareness.com/2014/11/15/the-spirit-world-chronicles-the-borderlands-earthly-needs-and-wants-are-provided-part-22/

Resting in the Borderlands – Wes Annac – Spirit World Chronicles – 10-14-14

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Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

The Spirit World Chronicles is an ongoing series based on channeled accounts of what the afterlife is like. Some of the material examined in this series dates back to nearly a century ago, and the referenced sources discuss a wide range of topics that have to do with life after death and the conditions of the realms beyond.

When most people pass into the fourth dimension, the first place they go is the Borderlands, which we’ve talked about in various Spirit World Chronicles segments.

Most people stay in this realm for as long as they need so they can adjust to the conditions of the new dimension they’re in, and as we’ll learn here, some will rest for quite a while before seeing what the next fourth-dimensional realm has to offer.

It almost goes without saying by this point that the fourth dimension isn’t one solid realm. It’s comprised of various realms and sub-realms – one of which is the Borderlands, where recently departed spirits stay for as long as they need.

The Borderlands are open for as long as departed souls need them, and only when they’re ready will they leave this realm and enjoy the next, higher state of consciousness. As we’ve already learned, the Borderlands are where one greets their departed loved ones, and I’d imagine their loved ones are with them for their entire stay.

Here, we’re going to examine the period of rest and adjustment that’s spent in the Borderlands, and we’ll learn about the things that spirits do and experience before departing for the next realm.

From the Borderlands, one’s explorative options are practically infinite, and if we’ve learned anything about the fourth dimension so far, it’s that there’s plenty to do and explore there.

A channeled source who goes by the name of Archdeacon Wilberforce tells us about the Borderlands, which he elected to stay in so he could serve as a transition guide.

“In this borderland world where I elect to stay, [the individual] needs refreshment and rest.” (1)

W.T. Stead tells us that most people who initially pass into the Borderlands require a lot of rest.

“At first [the newcomer] takes a great deal of rest, having the earth habit of sleep – and it is a necessity – he needs sleep here too, for the present. We have no night as you have, but he sleeps and rests just the same.” (2)

Raymond Logde, who refers to the Borderlands as the ‘vestibule’, tells us that both transitions – from spirit to earth and from earth back to spirit – can be disconcerting.

“The purpose of the time spent in the vestibule is to give the transition from the outer planes to the inner planes more continuity.

“Even though any given person lives more of his lifetime on the inner planes than on the physical, the transition of death is still very abrupt. It can be almost as frustrating as the transition involved in entering the physical plane; in that case, the frustration is being unable to function as you’ve been used to because you are now a tiny baby.

“But in the transition at the time of death, the vestibule experience permits you to continue your patterns of thought about life and afterlife – until you begin to see that these beliefs are all made out of tissue paper and smoke, as it were.” (3)

Resting in the Borderlands with our physical memories intact makes the experience easier, but we aren’t so fortunate when we’re born. We still have quite a few memories of spirit when we’re born, and we perceive spirit more than the earth we incarnated on, but we’re limited in terms of what we can do.

When we pass back into the fourth dimension, however, we’re able to do things we would’ve never thought possible on earth. Most people probably wait to explore their greater capabilities until they’ve adjusted to their ‘new’ homes a little more, but those of us who are knowledgeable about spirit could explore our abilities pretty quickly.

Raymond tells us more about the ‘vestibule’ (i.e. the Borderlands), and likens its experience to the experience of a newborn baby who sleeps a lot.

“It is a kind of layer in one of the inner planes that helps you lessen the shock of passing over. Again I’ll use the analogy of a baby just entering physical life: the baby sleeps a great deal during the first years of its life. During these sleep periods, the spirit of the baby is returning to the inner planes where it can be a total being.

“So these long periods of sleep help the baby make its transition and become accustomed gradually to its new life. The vestibule is a period in which a person who has recently died gets used to being just a spirit.” (4)

He also describes the experiences we have in the Borderlands, which are tailored to fit the expectations we had on earth.

“Everybody goes through a number of stages after passing over, you see. When you first pass over, you usually enter a stage of awareness called the ‘vestibule.’ During this period, you usually experience the kind of afterlife that you have always expected, due to your conditioning, your religious upbringing and training, and your mode of thought.

“As long as you are in the vestibule, these expectations have a kind of reality. In an ultimate sense they are not real, but they are real enough during this period of transition.” (5)

A Christian might perceive Jeshua, for instance, and even if they aren’t technically convening with Jeshua in a real way, they can rest assured that they’ll perceive him on what’s known as the ‘Christ plane’.

Something tells me that the self-created holograms we witness when we pass on contain glimmers of the consciousness of the guides they appear as, but for all we know, they really could be simple holograms created by the mind that are based on our expectations.

Either way, we’ll perceive exactly what or who we expect to perceive in the Borderlands.

We may perceive Jeshua; Mother Mary; we could even perceive an extraterrestrial if we wanted! We create our reality with the things we think, say and do, and this is especially true in the Borderlands and every other fourth-dimensional realm we have yet to explore.

http://cultureofawareness.com/2014/10/13/the-spirit-world-chronicles-resting-in-the-borderlands-part-13/

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Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

Continued from Part 1

The Borderlands are real, Raymond shares, but they also contain a hint of etheric artificiality.

“I want to distinguish between the vestibule and the portion of the astral plane that some of the others participating in [this] project have referred to as the ‘Peter Pan department.’ The vestibule is not necessarily a fantasy, but it’s not quite real either.” (1)

The Borderlands are real in a sense, but they’re more illusory than the higher fourth-dimensional realm one experiences when their stay in the Borderlands in complete. The realms that lay beyond the Borderlands are far realer, but this initial realm still contains the same glimmers of reality as the rest of the fourth-dimensional realms.

The Borderlands are certainly realer than the third dimension, and this is because our manifestations are less hindered in this realm. We experience a greater degree of spiritual reality than we did on earth, but our experiences and manifestations are still technically illusory compared to the higher fourth-dimensional realms (and the realms beyond them.)

As Raymond tells us, the Borderlands exist to make the transition into the fourth dimension easier.

“It’s really not a fantasy because that sounds as if there are lots of little munchkins running around putting up fake scenery to fool everyone with and that isn’t quite what happens. The vestibule experience is a necessary part of nature. …

“Eventually, … you begin to realize that the vestibule is only a vestibule, made of tissue paper and smoke and cotton candy – it’s not real. This realization is, in a sense, what is meant by the term ‘the second death.’

“You give up your cherished connections with the physical life and begin to adjust to life on the inner planes as it really is – which is startlingly different. If the transition to full reality were abrupt and you weren’t prepared for it, it would be quite a jolt. Something akin to a psychiatric problem could develop.” (2)

We can experience and plan certain events in the Borderlands, Raymond tells us, and we can also receive a unique brand of healing that can only be received in this realm.

“I believe that it has been mentioned that Colene’s grandmother and grandfather [Colene Johnson, David’s wife] were given the chance to have something of a second honeymoon in a part of the vestibule before getting down to the real business of living on the other side.

“I think that this was described as happening in the Peter Pan department, but it was really the vestibule. There is also a certain kind of healing that must be done in this time right after death. This healing is much easier when the person is on somewhat familiar surroundings and has a sense of continuity with his physical life.” (3)

I’d imagine it’d be pretty difficult to heal someone who’s too panicked about the new realm they’re in to receive any sort of healing, and this is why the Borderlands come in handy.

They help people adjust with the fact that they really have died and they’re now experiencing life in a different sphere, and even with the assistance of the Borderlands, I’m sure it can be difficult for some to cope with their deaths.

This is probably why they receive the healing they do, and in the end, I’m sure everyone’s able to adjust and eventually greet the higher realms. A lot of souls are obviously stuck in the lower fourth-dimensional realms where strife and agony rule the day, but even they will eventually be receptive to the healing they require to spiritually soar.

According to Stewart Edward White, some people have to be taught very basic things in the Borderlands because they were unprepared for spirit life when they were on earth.

“Some … people remain in the vestibule quite awhile. They almost have to be taught how to walk again because the adjustment is so difficult. But for physical people who have an awareness of the inner planes, or who prepare themselves for the transition, the period in the vestibule is very short.

“There is an immediate example here in the room – Colene’s grandmother made a very quick adjustment to being on the inner planes and was even able to attend her own funeral. That may sound a bit morbid to you, but it was important to her. It was just a matter of hours for her to make the adjustment to moving around on the inner planes.” (4)

Mike Swain describes what it’s usually like for a ‘backward’ soul to wake up in the Borderlands.

“In the case of the rather backward soul, we place him into a deep torpor as soon as we take charge. When he arrives in this world, he wakes in what appears to him to be a hospital ward.

“The realization filters to him that he is safe and being well looked after; then it gradually dawns on him that there are no doctors or nurses in this hospital; no bandages and no surgical instruments. He himself feels no pain; so his next move is to get out of bed and start exploring, to find out what sort of hospital this is.

“Only then does he realize that he has successfully passed over. It is wonderful to watch his amazement and relief when he realized he is more alive than ever.” (5)

The realization that death isn’t the end has to be one of the most liberating things a person can experience, and it probably helps to wake up in a hospital bed or another setting that’s commonly associated with safety and being looked after.

It helps the recently deceased come to terms with their transition, and the sooner they can come to terms with it, the sooner they can start exploring. I’m sure they’re eventually greeted by a transition guide or a departed loved one, and then, they can really start to learn about their deaths and the realm they’re now in.

Everyone’s experience is obviously different, but a lot of recently deceased people probably experience the familiar hospital scene in the Borderlands before realizing that there’s nothing wrong with their etheric health. They don’t need to worry about their physical health anymore, and their etheric health’s as strong as they’re willing to let it be.

http://cultureofawareness.com/2014/10/14/the-spirit-world-chronicles-resting-in-the-borderlands-part-23/

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Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

Concluded from Part 2

Mike Swain confirms my musing that someone eventually greets and informs the recently deceased.

“It takes some time, quite some time, for all this to register completely; often his first reaction is to go back to bed for another couple of days to get used to the idea of what has happened to him!

“Then one of the elders visits him and answers all the unanswered questions in his mind. You see, the laws of creation are not as easily grasped by these backward souls as they are by their more experienced brothers.” (1)

Gordon Burdick also confirms that departed family members are with the recently deceased in the Borderlands shortly after their transition.

“I have been with your family today, but they are all waiting for your Aunt Marian, who is at present resting here in the place set aside for that purpose. When she really feels rested and refreshed, she will be ready to be received by those members of her family who have been here long enough to be able to introduce her to the new life and help her to get used to it.” (2)

A woman named Barbara, who died after a long bout of illness, describes what it was like to be ‘alive for the first time’.

“I must have slept from time to time, and when I had slept the weariness out of my bones I remember lying in complete harmony and comfort, waiting for the next event, and it came in the form of a voice. I couldn’t see anyone. It was just a voice calling me by name. But my name sounded so beautiful, I hardly recognized it.

“I sat up in order to listen more easily. The voice seemed to be coming from everywhere and it told me to get up and walk to the lake and bathe, and see how the water would give me back my strength. I got up without any effort and we walked, the voice and I, towards the lake.

“When I got there it seemed only natural to jump in from an overhanging rock and the moment I touched the water I knew that I was experiencing real life for the first time. These were the waters of Lethe where one learns and forgets.” (3)

She continues describing her experience.

“I found ecstacy in that lake. The power of movement and the sense of force within me were beyond anything I could ever imagine. How long the voice and I stayed in the water I have no idea. It might have been hours or days.

“I found I could dive to immense depths, lie on the surface and rest without any special effort. And all the time the voice was with me, telling me, holding me, and urging me to do more and make new efforts, to look around and see the country, and then lastly to listen…. I lay and listened.

“At first I heard nothing but the lapping of the water, then a tiny network of sound emerged. It grew until I could define notes and then gradually the whole orchestra of Heaven burst forth – and I just lay and listened.” (4)

I don’t know If Barbara was experiencing the Borderlands, but if she was, her experience was clearly unique. She was almost immediately able to perceive the intense wonders of the fourth dimension, and as she said, they allowed her to feel more alive than ever.

We’ll experience a much greater level of freedom in the higher realms than we do on earth, and we won’t be limited by any constricting rules or practices. We’ll finally be able to be the free spirits we’ve always wanted to be, and we won’t be weighed down by any sort of limitation or hindrance to our ability to enjoy our lives.

Personally, I can’t wait to see what the higher realms have to offer, but we still have a lot to do here on earth before we can greet them and their liberated experiences.

In our final quote, Donald Macleod describes his experience passing into the Borderlands.

“I was not allowed to see much of my surroundings, as I was immediately assailed by a weariness when I experienced the full glory and warmth of the spirit vibrations without the protection of earthly conditions, so I was taken in the sleep state to the spirit hospital.

“Time rolled by, and from a great depth, I slowly emerged from the trance state. I am now aware that I was there for just over seven of your earthly weeks. Through the waves of sleep there came slowly the haunting, beautiful music of the silence.” (5)

Donald and plenty of others like him had to sleep for a long time before he could be fully awakened, because transitioning into the fourth dimension takes a lot out of the spirit. One leaves the physical body, which they were comfortably nestled in for a long time, and experiences an unhindered sense of freedom for the first time.

Perceiving the fourth dimension and all of the wonderfully intense things it offers must be intense and exhausting, and it makes sense that most people need a lot of time to rest and fully cope with their transition before they’re bouncy and jubilant.

Some people probably have a lot of emotional issues to deal with when they initially pass on, because it can be difficult to give up all of their material possessions – not to mention their family on earth.

Luckily, most souls don’t give up their families, and they remain as close to them as they can, guiding them along the difficulties and pains that come with existing on earth. Our departed loved ones likely guide us, and if we’re particularly willing or receptive, we can open up to their presence and thank them for the selfless assistance they’ve given us.

One of the best ways we can raise the planetary vibration is to raise as much awareness of life after death as possible, because it’s the most liberating truth out there.

We can liberate ourselves and the people around us by opening our minds and hearts to the idea that life continues when the physical body ceases to live, and it’ll help us when our time comes to leave the physical body behind and greet the higher realms for good.

We have a lot of awareness to raise about life after death, and this is why I’ll continue to write these reports in an effort to expand our collective understanding of this interesting and important subject.

Our departed friends, family, etc. are watching and assisting us wherever possible, and like I mentioned earlier, we can open up to them and thank them for their assistance if we’re willing enough.

http://cultureofawareness.com/2014/10/15/the-spirit-world-chronicles-resting-in-the-borderlands-part-33/

Wes Annac – The Spirit World Chronicles – Resting in the Borderlands – 10-14-14

7c486-6a0120a8df43e7970b01a73d9cd5b6970d-piWritten by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

The Spirit World Chronicles is an ongoing series based on channeled accounts of what the afterlife is like. Some of the material examined in this series dates back to nearly a century ago, and the referenced sources discuss a wide range of topics that have to do with life after death and the conditions of the realms beyond.

When most people pass into the fourth dimension, the first place they go is the Borderlands, which we’ve talked about in various Spirit World Chronicles segments.

Most people stay in this realm for as long as they need so they can adjust to the conditions of the new dimension they’re in, and as we’ll learn here, some will rest for quite a while before seeing what the next fourth-dimensional realm has to offer.

It almost goes without saying by this point that the fourth dimension isn’t one solid realm. It’s comprised of various realms and sub-realms – one of which is the Borderlands, where recently departed spirits stay for as long as they need.

The Borderlands are open for as long as departed souls need them, and only when they’re ready will they leave this realm and enjoy the next, higher state of consciousness. As we’ve already learned, the Borderlands are where one greets their departed loved ones, and I’d imagine their loved ones are with them for their entire stay.

Here, we’re going to examine the period of rest and adjustment that’s spent in the Borderlands, and we’ll learn about the things that spirits do and experience before departing for the next realm.

From the Borderlands, one’s explorative options are practically infinite, and if we’ve learned anything about the fourth dimension so far, it’s that there’s plenty to do and explore there.

A channeled source who goes by the name of Archdeacon Wilberforce tells us about the Borderlands, which he elected to stay in so he could serve as a transition guide.

“In this borderland world where I elect to stay, [the individual] needs refreshment and rest.” (1)

W.T. Stead tells us that most people who initially pass into the Borderlands require a lot of rest.

“At first [the newcomer] takes a great deal of rest, having the earth habit of sleep – and it is a necessity – he needs sleep here too, for the present. We have no night as you have, but he sleeps and rests just the same.” (2)

Raymond Logde, who refers to the Borderlands as the ‘vestibule’, tells us that both transitions – from spirit to earth and from earth back to spirit – can be disconcerting.

“The purpose of the time spent in the vestibule is to give the transition from the outer planes to the inner planes more continuity.

“Even though any given person lives more of his lifetime on the inner planes than on the physical, the transition of death is still very abrupt. It can be almost as frustrating as the transition involved in entering the physical plane; in that case, the frustration is being unable to function as you’ve been used to because you are now a tiny baby.

“But in the transition at the time of death, the vestibule experience permits you to continue your patterns of thought about life and afterlife – until you begin to see that these beliefs are all made out of tissue paper and smoke, as it were.” (3)

Resting in the Borderlands with our physical memories intact makes the experience easier, but we aren’t so fortunate when we’re born. We still have quite a few memories of spirit when we’re born, and we perceive spirit more than the earth we incarnated on, but we’re limited in terms of what we can do.

When we pass back into the fourth dimension, however, we’re able to do things we would’ve never thought possible on earth. Most people probably wait to explore their greater capabilities until they’ve adjusted to their ‘new’ homes a little more, but those of us who are knowledgeable about spirit could explore our abilities pretty quickly.

Raymond tells us more about the ‘vestibule’ (i.e. the Borderlands), and likens its experience to the experience of a newborn baby who sleeps a lot.

“It is a kind of layer in one of the inner planes that helps you lessen the shock of passing over. Again I’ll use the analogy of a baby just entering physical life: the baby sleeps a great deal during the first years of its life. During these sleep periods, the spirit of the baby is returning to the inner planes where it can be a total being.

“So these long periods of sleep help the baby make its transition and become accustomed gradually to its new life. The vestibule is a period in which a person who has recently died gets used to being just a spirit.” (4)

He also describes the experiences we have in the Borderlands, which are tailored to fit the expectations we had on earth.

“Everybody goes through a number of stages after passing over, you see. When you first pass over, you usually enter a stage of awareness called the ‘vestibule.’ During this period, you usually experience the kind of afterlife that you have always expected, due to your conditioning, your religious upbringing and training, and your mode of thought.

“As long as you are in the vestibule, these expectations have a kind of reality. In an ultimate sense they are not real, but they are real enough during this period of transition.” (5)

A Christian might perceive Jeshua, for instance, and even if they aren’t technically convening with Jeshua in a real way, they can rest assured that they’ll perceive him on what’s known as the ‘Christ plane’.

Something tells me that the self-created holograms we witness when we pass on contain glimmers of the consciousness of the guides they appear as, but for all we know, they really could be simple holograms created by the mind that are based on our expectations.

Either way, we’ll perceive exactly what or who we expect to perceive in the Borderlands.

We may perceive Jeshua; Mother Mary; we could even perceive an extraterrestrial if we wanted! We create our reality with the things we think, say and do, and this is especially true in the Borderlands and every other fourth-dimensional realm we have yet to explore.

http://cultureofawareness.com/2014/10/13/the-spirit-world-chronicles-resting-in-the-borderlands-part-13/

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Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

Continued from Part 1

The Borderlands are real, Raymond shares, but they also contain a hint of etheric artificiality.

“I want to distinguish between the vestibule and the portion of the astral plane that some of the others participating in [this] project have referred to as the ‘Peter Pan department.’ The vestibule is not necessarily a fantasy, but it’s not quite real either.” (1)

The Borderlands are real in a sense, but they’re more illusory than the higher fourth-dimensional realm one experiences when their stay in the Borderlands in complete. The realms that lay beyond the Borderlands are far realer, but this initial realm still contains the same glimmers of reality as the rest of the fourth-dimensional realms.

The Borderlands are certainly realer than the third dimension, and this is because our manifestations are less hindered in this realm. We experience a greater degree of spiritual reality than we did on earth, but our experiences and manifestations are still technically illusory compared to the higher fourth-dimensional realms (and the realms beyond them.)

As Raymond tells us, the Borderlands exist to make the transition into the fourth dimension easier.

“It’s really not a fantasy because that sounds as if there are lots of little munchkins running around putting up fake scenery to fool everyone with and that isn’t quite what happens. The vestibule experience is a necessary part of nature. …

“Eventually, … you begin to realize that the vestibule is only a vestibule, made of tissue paper and smoke and cotton candy – it’s not real. This realization is, in a sense, what is meant by the term ‘the second death.’

“You give up your cherished connections with the physical life and begin to adjust to life on the inner planes as it really is – which is startlingly different. If the transition to full reality were abrupt and you weren’t prepared for it, it would be quite a jolt. Something akin to a psychiatric problem could develop.” (2)

We can experience and plan certain events in the Borderlands, Raymond tells us, and we can also receive a unique brand of healing that can only be received in this realm.

“I believe that it has been mentioned that Colene’s grandmother and grandfather [Colene Johnson, David’s wife] were given the chance to have something of a second honeymoon in a part of the vestibule before getting down to the real business of living on the other side.

“I think that this was described as happening in the Peter Pan department, but it was really the vestibule. There is also a certain kind of healing that must be done in this time right after death. This healing is much easier when the person is on somewhat familiar surroundings and has a sense of continuity with his physical life.” (3)

I’d imagine it’d be pretty difficult to heal someone who’s too panicked about the new realm they’re in to receive any sort of healing, and this is why the Borderlands come in handy.

They help people adjust with the fact that they really have died and they’re now experiencing life in a different sphere, and even with the assistance of the Borderlands, I’m sure it can be difficult for some to cope with their deaths.

This is probably why they receive the healing they do, and in the end, I’m sure everyone’s able to adjust and eventually greet the higher realms. A lot of souls are obviously stuck in the lower fourth-dimensional realms where strife and agony rule the day, but even they will eventually be receptive to the healing they require to spiritually soar.

According to Stewart Edward White, some people have to be taught very basic things in the Borderlands because they were unprepared for spirit life when they were on earth.

“Some … people remain in the vestibule quite awhile. They almost have to be taught how to walk again because the adjustment is so difficult. But for physical people who have an awareness of the inner planes, or who prepare themselves for the transition, the period in the vestibule is very short.

“There is an immediate example here in the room – Colene’s grandmother made a very quick adjustment to being on the inner planes and was even able to attend her own funeral. That may sound a bit morbid to you, but it was important to her. It was just a matter of hours for her to make the adjustment to moving around on the inner planes.” (4)

Mike Swain describes what it’s usually like for a ‘backward’ soul to wake up in the Borderlands.

“In the case of the rather backward soul, we place him into a deep torpor as soon as we take charge. When he arrives in this world, he wakes in what appears to him to be a hospital ward.

“The realization filters to him that he is safe and being well looked after; then it gradually dawns on him that there are no doctors or nurses in this hospital; no bandages and no surgical instruments. He himself feels no pain; so his next move is to get out of bed and start exploring, to find out what sort of hospital this is.

“Only then does he realize that he has successfully passed over. It is wonderful to watch his amazement and relief when he realized he is more alive than ever.” (5)

The realization that death isn’t the end has to be one of the most liberating things a person can experience, and it probably helps to wake up in a hospital bed or another setting that’s commonly associated with safety and being looked after.

It helps the recently deceased come to terms with their transition, and the sooner they can come to terms with it, the sooner they can start exploring. I’m sure they’re eventually greeted by a transition guide or a departed loved one, and then, they can really start to learn about their deaths and the realm they’re now in.

Everyone’s experience is obviously different, but a lot of recently deceased people probably experience the familiar hospital scene in the Borderlands before realizing that there’s nothing wrong with their etheric health. They don’t need to worry about their physical health anymore, and their etheric health’s as strong as they’re willing to let it be.

http://cultureofawareness.com/2014/10/14/the-spirit-world-chronicles-resting-in-the-borderlands-part-23/

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Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness

Concluded from Part 2

Mike Swain confirms my musing that someone eventually greets and informs the recently deceased.

“It takes some time, quite some time, for all this to register completely; often his first reaction is to go back to bed for another couple of days to get used to the idea of what has happened to him!

“Then one of the elders visits him and answers all the unanswered questions in his mind. You see, the laws of creation are not as easily grasped by these backward souls as they are by their more experienced brothers.” (1)

Gordon Burdick also confirms that departed family members are with the recently deceased in the Borderlands shortly after their transition.

“I have been with your family today, but they are all waiting for your Aunt Marian, who is at present resting here in the place set aside for that purpose. When she really feels rested and refreshed, she will be ready to be received by those members of her family who have been here long enough to be able to introduce her to the new life and help her to get used to it.” (2)

A woman named Barbara, who died after a long bout of illness, describes what it was like to be ‘alive for the first time’.

“I must have slept from time to time, and when I had slept the weariness out of my bones I remember lying in complete harmony and comfort, waiting for the next event, and it came in the form of a voice. I couldn’t see anyone. It was just a voice calling me by name. But my name sounded so beautiful, I hardly recognized it.

“I sat up in order to listen more easily. The voice seemed to be coming from everywhere and it told me to get up and walk to the lake and bathe, and see how the water would give me back my strength. I got up without any effort and we walked, the voice and I, towards the lake.

“When I got there it seemed only natural to jump in from an overhanging rock and the moment I touched the water I knew that I was experiencing real life for the first time. These were the waters of Lethe where one learns and forgets.” (3)

She continues describing her experience.

“I found ecstacy in that lake. The power of movement and the sense of force within me were beyond anything I could ever imagine. How long the voice and I stayed in the water I have no idea. It might have been hours or days.

“I found I could dive to immense depths, lie on the surface and rest without any special effort. And all the time the voice was with me, telling me, holding me, and urging me to do more and make new efforts, to look around and see the country, and then lastly to listen…. I lay and listened.

“At first I heard nothing but the lapping of the water, then a tiny network of sound emerged. It grew until I could define notes and then gradually the whole orchestra of Heaven burst forth – and I just lay and listened.” (4)

I don’t know If Barbara was experiencing the Borderlands, but if she was, her experience was clearly unique. She was almost immediately able to perceive the intense wonders of the fourth dimension, and as she said, they allowed her to feel more alive than ever.

We’ll experience a much greater level of freedom in the higher realms than we do on earth, and we won’t be limited by any constricting rules or practices. We’ll finally be able to be the free spirits we’ve always wanted to be, and we won’t be weighed down by any sort of limitation or hindrance to our ability to enjoy our lives.

Personally, I can’t wait to see what the higher realms have to offer, but we still have a lot to do here on earth before we can greet them and their liberated experiences.

In our final quote, Donald Macleod describes his experience passing into the Borderlands.

“I was not allowed to see much of my surroundings, as I was immediately assailed by a weariness when I experienced the full glory and warmth of the spirit vibrations without the protection of earthly conditions, so I was taken in the sleep state to the spirit hospital.

“Time rolled by, and from a great depth, I slowly emerged from the trance state. I am now aware that I was there for just over seven of your earthly weeks. Through the waves of sleep there came slowly the haunting, beautiful music of the silence.” (5)

Donald and plenty of others like him had to sleep for a long time before he could be fully awakened, because transitioning into the fourth dimension takes a lot out of the spirit. One leaves the physical body, which they were comfortably nestled in for a long time, and experiences an unhindered sense of freedom for the first time.

Perceiving the fourth dimension and all of the wonderfully intense things it offers must be intense and exhausting, and it makes sense that most people need a lot of time to rest and fully cope with their transition before they’re bouncy and jubilant.

Some people probably have a lot of emotional issues to deal with when they initially pass on, because it can be difficult to give up all of their material possessions – not to mention their family on earth.

Luckily, most souls don’t give up their families, and they remain as close to them as they can, guiding them along the difficulties and pains that come with existing on earth. Our departed loved ones likely guide us, and if we’re particularly willing or receptive, we can open up to their presence and thank them for the selfless assistance they’ve given us.

One of the best ways we can raise the planetary vibration is to raise as much awareness of life after death as possible, because it’s the most liberating truth out there.

We can liberate ourselves and the people around us by opening our minds and hearts to the idea that life continues when the physical body ceases to live, and it’ll help us when our time comes to leave the physical body behind and greet the higher realms for good.

We have a lot of awareness to raise about life after death, and this is why I’ll continue to write these reports in an effort to expand our collective understanding of this interesting and important subject.

Our departed friends, family, etc. are watching and assisting us wherever possible, and like I mentioned earlier, we can open up to them and thank them for their assistance if we’re willing enough.

http://cultureofawareness.com/2014/10/15/the-spirit-world-chronicles-resting-in-the-borderlands-part-33/

What Dreams May Come – On the Passing of Robin Williams – Conversations With God and the Individual Nature of the Afterlife

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Robin Williams was a gem. Upon news of his passing, the world grieved as one. He was one of our most beloved entertainers – an explosive and trailblazing comedian whose natural gifts and fiery love of pushing the envelope were eclipsed only by the size of his heart. His was a personality so passionately efflorescent he simply couldn’t be contained. His frenetic, ‘laugh-at-one-joke-miss-two-others’ stream of consciousness delivery, particularly in interviews and improvisational situations, quickly made him a household name in the 80′s and managed to precede him for the rest of his life.

He was also a multiple award-winning actor who was highly regarded as an exceptional talent with the ability to stretch himself across all genres. Among the many touching and artistic films he made was 1998′s What Dreams May Come. While failing to perform as well as certain other classics he starred in, such as Good Morning VietnamDead Poet’s Society and the Academy award-winning Good Will Hunting, the lesser known film was no less ambitious in its scope. One of only a handful of pictures in history to attempt crossing over and describing what the afterlife may be like, it is a film in which the majority of the action takes place after death. The world that the characters occupy there is one that is both similar and astonishingly different than our current reality, by turns both magical and horrifying. It is greatly entertaining. Aside from this, however, the question arises as to whether or not it is at all believable. Is it based on any evidence of real ‘life after death’ experiences? Even if it is, why should we give it any more credence than any other ‘theory’ surrounding life after death, all of which should be viewed with a healthy amount of skepticism, regardless?

For those here at Wisdom Pills, there is one simple reason: The book trilogy Conversations With God. Our number one item on the list of recommended reading, the CWG series is an astonishing condensation of serious spiritual truths. And while it takes a massive leap of faith for the analytical mind to accept anything the series presents, if one takes a moment and listens to their second brain and its deep intuitive wisdom, the truth is undeniable. The third book in particular deals with a number of intriguing ideas, specifically the lifestyles of Highly Evolved Beings (people living in other parts of the cosmos who are exceptionally advanced in their spiritual and technological evolution) as well as, you guessed it, life after death. Published in 1998, the book, amazingly, addresses What Dreams May Come in its dialogue specifically. From pages 72-74, here is an excerpt. (To clarify, the writing in bold is that of the book’s author, Neale Donald Walsch, and the regular text is that of ‘God’.)

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Nothing exists in Ultimate Reality save that Which Is. You are correct in pointing out that you may create any subreality you choose – including the experience of hell as you describe it. I have never said at any point in this entire dialogue that you could not experience hell; I said that hell does not exist. Most of what you experience does not exist, yet you experience it nonetheless.

This is unbelievable. A friend of mine [name removed] just produced a movie about this. I mean, about this exactly. It is August 7, 1998, as I write this sentence. I am inserting this in the dialogue, in between lines of a discussion of two years ago, and I have never done this before. But just before sending this to the publisher, I was re-reading the manuscript one last time, and I realized: Hold it! Robin Williams has just made a movie aboutexactly what we’re talking about here. It’s called What Dreams May Come, and it’s a startling depiction on film of what You’ve just said.

I am familiar with it.

You are? God goes to the movies? 

God makes movies.

Whoa.

Yes. You never saw Oh, God?

Well, sure, but…

What, you think God only writes books?

So, is the Robin Williams movie literally true? I mean, is that how it is?

No. No movie or book or other human explanation of the Divine is literally true.

Not even the Bible? The Bible is not literally true?

No. And I think you know that.

Well, what about this book? Surely this book is literally true!

No. I hate to tell you this, but you are bringing this through your personal filter. Now I will agree that the mesh on your filter is thinner, finer. You have become a very good filter. But you are a filter nonetheless.

I know that. I just wanted to state it again, here, because some people take books like this, and movies likeWhat Dreams May Come, as literal truth. And I want to stop them from doing that.

The writers and producers of that film brought some enormous truth through an imperfect filter. The point they sought to make is that you will experience after death exactly what you expect, and choose, to experience. They made that point very effectively. Now, shall we get back to where we were?

Yes. I’d like to know just what I wanted to know when I was watching that movie. If there is no hell, yet I am experiencing hell, what the hell is the difference?

There wouldn’t be any, as long as you remain in your created reality. Yet you will not create such a reality forever. Some of you won’t experience it for more than what you would call a “nanosecond.” And therefore you will not experience, even in the private domains of your own imagination, a place of sadness or suffering.

What would stop me from creating such a place for all eternity if I believed all my life that there was such a place, and that something I’d done had caused me to deserve such a place?

Your knowledge and understanding. Just as in this life your next moment is created out of the new understandings you’ve gained from your last moment, so, too, in what you call the afterlife, will you create a new moment from what you’ve come to know and understand in the old.

And the one thing you will come to know and understand very quickly is that you are at choice, always, about what you wish to experience. That is because in the afterlife results are instantaneous, and you will not be able to miss the connection between your thoughts about a thing, and the experience those thoughts create. You will understand yourself to be creating your own reality.

This would explain why some people’s experience is happy, and some people’s experience is frightening; why some people’s experience is profound, while other people’s experience is virtually nonexistent. And why so many different stories exist about what happens in the moments after death. 

Some people come back from near-death experiences filled with peace and love, and with no fear, ever again, of death, while others return very frightened, certain that they have encountered dark and evil forces.

The soul responds to, re-creates, the mind’s most powerful suggestion, producing that in its experience. Some souls remain in that experience for a time, making it very real – even as they remained with their experiences while with the body, though they were equally as unreal and impermanent. Other souls quickly adjust, see the experience for what it is, begin to think new thoughts, and move immediately to new experiences.

Do You mean that there is no one particular way things are in the afterlife? Are there no eternal truths that exist outside of our own mind? Do we continue to go on creating myths and legends and make-believe experiences right past our death and into the next reality? When do we get released from the bondage? When do we come to know the truth?

When you choose to. That was the point of the Robin Williams movie. That is the point being made here. Those whose only desire is to know the eternal truth of All That Is, to understand the great mysteries, to experience the grandest reality, do so.

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The dialogue continues to go deeper from there. It is quite a headful, yes, but totally digestible to the inquiring spiritual mind.

We decided to put this post together as a commemorative piece celebrating the life of Robin Williams and his incredible, uncontainable spirit. There is no doubting the fact that he was a lightworker of true significance. If there is one thing his work attests to, this is it. The message his life conveyed to the rest of us was clear: Joy is the answer. Enthusiasm is the answer. Fearlessness, persistence and a willingness to shout the truth from the top of your lungs is the answer. Whatever ‘darkness’ may have surrounded his departure from this earth, wherever Robin is now, whatever reality he has created for himself – or passed through – we like to believe that it is one overflowing with an abundance of all of these exuberant states of consciousness, and more. How could someone who gave so much love to the world experience any less?

Rest in Peace, Mr. Williams.

~ A Wisdom Pills Original Article

An Interview with Almine – What Happens When Death Occurs – How Do We Help People Cross Over?

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Jan Alvey Interviews Almine about what happens when death occurs and how we can assist our loved ones to transition.

This interview was taken from the Radio Show, Seer’s Wisdom. To access the archive and listen to shows, visit:
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Abraham Hicks – After Death – What Follows?

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Proof of Heaven – Dr. Eben Alexander – Interviewer: PJ Madam – 7 Network

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Reporter: PJ Madam

Producer: Mick O’Donnell

A world-renowned and Harvard-trained neurosurgeon, this former non-believer is now a convert.

When Dr Eben Alexander collapsed with meningitis four years ago, he spent seven days in a coma. When he finally woke up, he told an extraordinary tale of what he experienced while he was sleeping. His incredible story taps into the age-old question, debated over thousands of years and by hundreds of cultures: is there an afterlife, and if so, what is it like?

Thousands of people – among them Melbourne woman Carmel Bell, who spoke to Sunday Night – have reported similar near death experiences. Many tell similar stories of white lights, encounters with heavenly beings, and a sense of being outside their bodies. However, none have had the scientific credibility of Dr Alexander.

Sunday Night reporter PJ Madam takes you on a journey into the afterlife and examines the scientific basis of Alexander’s claims. We meet the scientists studying whether consciousness can live on despite the apparent death of the brain. Those who have ‘been there’ swear it’s real, while those who haven’t are sceptical. On Sunday Night, we’ll let you be the judge.

Visit Dr Eben Alexander’s websites, Life Beyond Death and Eternea.
http://www.lifebeyonddeath.net/
http://eternea.org/

Order his book, Proof of Heaven
http://www.panmacmillan.com.au/displa…

Carmel Bell’s website.
http://carmelbell.blogspot.com.au/

Splendors of the Spirit – Swedenborg’s Quest for Insight

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Produced by Swedenborg Foundation, c2001. 60 min.

Emanuel Swedenborg, the great mystic, is seen in this documentary through archival photographs and reenactments which portray the insightful life led by this extraordinary man. Swedenborg asked many of the deepest questions known to man, and spent his life exploring the possibilities of their answers. Captured along with stunning nature photography, interviews and animation, SPLENDORS OF THE SPIRIT is a rare look at a rare man.

“An engrossing exploration of our immortality through the eyes of a genuine seer.”
— Marianne Williamson, author, Enchanted Love and The Healing of America

Emmy Award-winning producer Penny Price portrays the fascinating life and thought of the Swedish Enlightenment scientist and spiritual visionary Emanuel Swedenborg, whom Zen scholar D.T. Suzuki revered as the “great king of the mystical realm.” Interweaving breathtaking nature photography, expert interviews, computer animation, and rare, archival stills with dramatic re-enactment featuring acclaimed actor Lillian Gish and contemporary documentary footage, this program conveys the essential and ever-relevant insights brought back by Swedenborg from his unprecedented explorations of the spiritual worlds.

Swedenborg documented the death experience as the soul departs its expired material form, awakens into the afterlife realm, and is stripped of every accretion of personality to gravitate to the level of the upper or nether regions that corresponds perfectly to its innermost nature.

Emanuel Swedenborg isn’t exactly a household name in the United States. Yet the 18th century Swede’s writings profoundly influenced some of the world’s greatest and most influential writers thinkers, including Goethe, William Blake, Balzac, Baudelaire, Coleridge, Elizabeth Browning and Robert Browning, Yeats, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Dostoevsky, D.T. Suzuki, and Helen Keller. Directed by Emmy Award winner Penny Price, this documentary biography of Swedenborg the scientist, theologian, visionary, philosopher, and mystic won a second-place Telly Award. Price weaves together nature photography, interviews, and animation not only to tell the life story of this compelling man, but also to convey some of his thinking about death, the afterlife, spirituality, and the meaning of life. Highlights include numerous quotes from Swedenborg.

http://www.swedenborg.com/book_detail…