Life after death, continuity and the connectivity (joining) and clarity
When a loved one dies, we grieve. We dream. We still yearn for his/her presence. We set up a grave stone, a marker or keep trinkets to commemorate the memory of our loved one. In some cultures, there is cremation. Ashes are kept or simply tossed to the winds to spread and join the wonders of the universe, where God and eternity are as one.
We visit this site and “talk” to our loved one, instinctively believing that his/her soul is listening to us. Sometimes this presence after death is felt. We then began to get a hint of life after death. A hint that the human body has a soul. When a fellow human dies in an accident and we caused that accident, we feel remorse. We feel guilt. We feel the deprivation that we have caused.
Loved ones want to keep the memory of the ones who passed away for as long as they can. We keep objects or any old belongings to remind us of the presence of our lost loved one. A small community or village feel the same way for the loss of their protector or leader. Even before humans settled down in one location and they were still nomads, they kept mementos and tell stories of their great leader. There is always that attempt to reach out and gather strength from the dead.
Over the years, when the communication or link is strong and faith overshadows everything, the dead loved one communicates with the living. The living then gets these revelation and a sense of CLARITY. This experience of clarity of wondrous connection became embedded in the soul and it must be shared. This was shared and many believed. This was passed on down through the generations.
Recorded history revealed or manifested the “REVERENCE” that humans had for their dead loved ones, ancestors, or past charismatic leaders. Reverence towards dead warriors or heroes who died for others. These heroes or martyrs were revered. The longer the reverence the stronger the connection, and the path or connectivity becomes more fluid and the joining becomes easier. Monuments are erected, statues are carved, messages on walls, books are written, and objects made to keep the memory alive. Always maintaining connectivity. Unexplained miracles have occurred which were attributed to the dead. These verified miracles strengthened FAITH. And faith touches the soul.
This connectivity can only be maintained or strengthened by focusing our thoughts. The human spirit exists in the mix of time, space and matter just as our thoughts do. It defies gravity and dimensions. The ancients did not have much of technology to rely on. Their daily lives where much more geared towards the spirit world. Day and night were precise and the rhythm of life had clarity. More time went to the development of the discipline of the mind to focus and nurture the inner energy in every man to better understand God’s creation.
The mind that is disciplined, is clear from distractions. The human mind is the engine for our thoughts. The disciplined mind helps focus our thoughts. Two things can help an individual focus: Emotion and Tranquility. Emotion is split by love and hate. Purity of either one creates intensified focus. Tranquility which is the hardest to attain, disciplines the mind to achieve universality. However, love can piggyback tranquility whereas hate stands alone. Love allows the advanced disciplined mind to focus with clarity and to wield its ultimate power of travelling beyond the dimensions of time, space, gravity and matter with the simple power of thought. Imagination is a complex thought process. It mixes reality with fantasy. However, imagination when tempered and forged with disciplined “will power”, can become a reality.
There are disciplines of “focus” practiced by some ancient arts that delve in this “power of thought or instinct”. Some call it “ki” others “chi” or “qi” where the eternal energy of the universe touches the soul of the living being. The universe is energy. In the spirit world, energy is one with the soul. The soul flows in this universal energy. The “ki” or “qi” is a but a window into the vastness of God’s creation.
The conglomerate of our thoughts is our SOUL. When we die, our souls temporarily linger in this corporeal world; a one final look around so to speak. Depending on the power of the Ki, manifestations can be experienced by the living and the lingering can be extended and profound messages can be embedded in the psyche of the living. As our souls finally leave this corporeal realm, it is joined with God in the spirit “world” which binds the universe. The soul is the essence of a being, whether it is in the corporeal realm or spiritual realm.
The creation of the spirit world and the corporeal world was simultaneous. Souls in the spirit world were created to live as a corporeal being to gain the knowledge of relationships, sharing, love and sorrow for the loss of loved ones. Inadvertently, the opposites of which were also learned.
There are many accounted events of humans dying and coming back to life. They have stories to tell about the joining. Some experience only of reaching the spirit world but not that of actually meeting a spirit of a loved one. There are others who actually felt the joining, felt the clarity and actually communicated with the spirit of the dead.
Many religions believe in the communications with the dead. Catholics do not use the word dead for the revered persons, the word saint is used. It has been accounted for that praying to the saints have produced miracles. These miracles are only achieved when there is clarity, when connectivity is made and a joining is established. When the soul of the living touches the soul of the dead the joining is accomplished, then miracles happen. So the dead does not need our help. The dead does not need our prayers or our sacrifices for the “salvation” of their souls. We need the help from the dead.
People claim that they have been “touched” by the holy spirit when the joining is experienced. Touching the spirit world where time, space and matter is inconsequential, it is not the same as meeting, touching or connecting with a particular spirit. We are a step closer, we will feel the serenity of God. We are getting closer to the intensity of God where the spirits dwell. The spirit of the living must touch the spirit of the saint (dead) in order for miracles to happen.
All living creatures of God have souls. However, only “sentient-intelligent-self aware” beings have the ability to be one in clarity with the soul while still living. God created us to be sentient beings with this great potential for clarity and connectivity. These experiences are glimpses into a way of life that humans are destined for. The destiny or evolution of humanity into its apex is for the living to be capable of touching the spirit world and with greater discipline and focus also actually touch and connect with the soul of the dead. The positive and the negative or the good and the bad exist in the world of the living as well as in the spirit world. Be careful who you touch. Wallow in the spirit world and soak in God’s strength before you venture into touching the spirits of the dead. Remember it is their realm and not yours.
What happens to the sentient being whose mind hasn’t developed? A being that died at a very early stage of life, what happens to the soul? Is it left to wander the spirit world without guidance? NO! Souls with undeveloped “free will” flows back into the living for continued development. This is a the natural cycle. There are no constraints in the spirit world. However, sometimes a very young child that dies may already have an “old soul”.
Free will or the freedom of choice does not die when our corporeal body dies. So it begs the question to be asked; is the soul forbidden from returning into a corporeal state? Remember, there is freedom of choice, so no it is not forbidden and yes the souls of any sentient being may go back and have another try at corporeal living. This is where the “old soul” becomes a reality. What’s the advantage? The “joining” is the quest. When an old soul becomes corporeal again, only the accumulated instinctive memories are embedded in the corporeal body and the instinctive knowledge is also embedded in the genome. This explains inherited abilities and behaviors.
Every single sentient being in his spiritual state knows who God is. Even those who, while in their corporeal state, did not believe in God (atheists).
Every time a soul comes back it accumulates more instinctive knowledge. As a spirit the soul retains all of its memories of all its lifetimes but as a living corporeal being it only retains the accumulation of the instinctive knowledge. Such as leadership quality, creativity, charisma, talents, natural abilities, ki energy control, loving, sharing, kindness, greed and selfishness. Hence, we are not on the same footing in the corporeal world. We all have the same potential but there are others who are just further ahead.
When these souls reincarnate and there is misguidance from guardians or parents the child grows up to accumulate more negative instinctive knowledge. We re-incarnate into the corporeal world with the instinctive knowledge of who we were. We can get a little nicer or a little angrier. We accumulate more experiences but our fundamental instinctive nature improves very little at a time.
Everyday there are people walking around with great talents and gifts. Without formal training, yet they manifest artistic and mathematical talents. They are born with the inherent knowledge of the languages of the universe.
History have records of men who were born of very little means yet rise up to greatness. We have read the stories of men such as: Moses, Buddha, Mohammad, Jesus Christ, Hitler, Alexander, Caesar, Genghis Khan, and other modern charismatic cult and corporate leaders. People will die for them. Even the vile and despicable who has been depicted as the fallen angel Lucifer (Satan) has multitudes of followers.
The power and greatness of each soul that comes back and be corporeal again depends on its closeness to the joining. The accumulation of instinctive knowledge and more so of the “ki” which allows the corporeal being to connect or touch the eternal energy of the spirit world. The greatest of them all would be the one who would while still in the corporeal state can wield the power of the spirit world through “ki”.
Not all souls will decide to return. Others will simply choose not to. The return may not be to whence he was in his prior life. The corporeal destination is random for those who are not fully joined. He may go back into a different dimension, a different galaxy, a different occurrence, a different species of sentient being. We are all the children of God, anyone of those who comes back may be more enlightened and can do “miraculous” deeds while in the corporeal state depending on how joined he is with the spirit world via his ki. One may come back to show us the path to prosperity of body mind and spirit, while another may come to lead us to the path of deprivation.
If you love someone try to maintain the connection, strengthen the bond of your love while you are still alive. Take the time to be with the people you care for. Time among the living is limited. Once wasted, it can never be regained. Don’t make excuses. Take the time to attain and maintain tranquility in your life. Mix it with love then share it. You will then experience clarity.
When your loved one passes away, and after the sorrow, the loss, and the feeling of deprivation is gone, clarity will come. The bond that you have developed and strengthened while your loved one was still alive will help guide your path to the joining and feeling of his/her tranquil presence and love.
The modern technologies that we have developed, steered us away from this “connectivity” with the spirit world and henceforth to the souls (spirits) of those who died. Distraction became the norm. The development of the “connectivity” has been stagnated.
Bear in mind that your thoughts, words, and deeds have accountability. Accountability does not end with death. One of the greatest gift of God continues into our spirit world, and that is the “freedom of choice”, our “free will”. Our death does not take us to a “final” destination. Even in the spirit world our journey continues. The good and the bad exists in the spirit world, the path of the good and the bad crosses. The good being can become bad and the bad being can become good. We can choose and we will be held accountable for our choices.
“Heaven” or “Hell” as depicted in books are not destinations. Can’t fool God. In the corporeal realm, bullies and deprivers get away with greed and destruction. There is no “hell” as a destination for the damned, the greedy, the vain or those with destructive behaviors. There is no “heaven” for the prudent, the just or the saintly. The quest for heaven, has that little ingredient of greed.
“God is not about the eternal damnation or punishment in hell, and neither is he about the eternal reward of heaven. He is about accountability in terms of privileges. God is about serenity and love and the everlasting opportunity to belong and be “more”. God simply wants us to live our eternal life (corporeal and spiritual), to love, to share, to prosper and to be happy.”
In the spirit world, accountability is the key, there are merits and demerits. There is no “judgment day. There is no day of “reckoning”. There is no time of “revelation”. Merits and demerits are automatic and instantaneous.
We all have “regrets” and for those who regret but never really have the willingness to apologize and do the atonement, God grants them their wish for a do over in a “virtual” scenario in the spirit world. The do over can loop for many eons depending on the willingness to make true apology. This is where accountability makes a reckoning.
An “angel” in “heaven” can fall and a “devil” in “hell” can rise, depending on choices made. We are the stewards of the universe.