Death is a difficult subject to talk about, and it’s even harder when you’re dead. What happens next? Will we meet again in the afterlife, or will this be the end of our story? In this blog post, I’ll explore what might happen after death for you and your friends.
What Happens After Death?
First, you’ll wander the Earth as a ghost. Ghosts are tormented souls who can’t find peace and move on to the afterlife while they remain in close physical proximity of their former homes or places that hold emotional significance for them. This is often where hauntings happen- it’s what makes ghosts such interesting storytellers about life after death! The tragedy here is that these restless spirits never get resolution from unfinished business left behind during their lives, so they’re doomed to forever linger until someone helps them pass over into whatever awaits us all when we die. But with no one ever seeing a ghost (unless strategically placed by an aspiring horror writer), this doesn’t usually happen.Next up is going to the great beyond. To do that you need a whole other set of skills and equipment, namely a first class ticket on an inflatable zebra or some form of airborne transport.
Finally there’s reincarnation- not something most people are familiar with because it happens mostly in India (the only country where I’ve had curry). In this case your soul enters another human being who was born at roughly about the same time as you died. This is kind of like ghosting but instead you’re sending your energy into someone else for them to live through while you float around somewhere waiting for things to happen again.
So when we die, what really happens next?
Death marks our eventual release from life here on earth, yet it is a transition we all need to make. The reality of death can be exhilarating or terrifying, depending on how prepared we are for its inevitability and what happens next. No matter where you go when you die, this last stop will feel like home because it’s who you really are- an eternal being with the power to create whatever reality you choose.
Full Blog Post: Life After Death: What Happens Next?
You’ve been asking me about life after death lately so I thought that I would share one perspective from my own near-death experience including my time in both heaven and hell before coming back again at least once more here on earth. Heaven was shockingly unscary but also empty without anyone else around. There was a feeling of incompleteness, like all the pieces were there but they weren’t quite fitting together. But hell- you and your friends are dead
My experience in hell also started out with an amazing sense of peace and awe that surpassed anything I’ve ever felt on earth before as if my soul had finally found its home after many lifetimes of searching for it. The colors seemed richer than any earthly color could be, colors so vibrant that even being near them made me feel alive again. All around me were people living this life to the fullest without fear or pain, just pure joy at what we created here on Earth during our brief moment among mortals But then darkness engulfed everything and dragged everyone down into apathy where you could barely even feel anything anymore.
I found myself in the deepest, darkest place imaginable surrounded by a city of people who were all completely lost and broken without any hope or purpose in life.
And then suddenly you see them-you find your friends around you once again…in this purgatory that we created for ourselves on earth with our fear and pain, but they still love you no matter what because it’s all they know how to do now. They’re just waiting here until their time comes when the darkness will take them away into death forever.
The peace wasn’t there anymore though as everything felt like it was crumbling down around me due to my own guilt at having left these wonderful souls behind while I ascended into heaven. But with them I felt something that was so much deeper than anything on earth-it’s the light in you and me. This life is only temporary, but with my friends by my side it feels infinite. It doesn’t matter how long we’re together because time doesn’t mean a thing here.The space between us closes as they wrap their arms around me tightly, comforting me for all eternity until our souls are finally free from this immortal pain and suffering of ours.”