posted on Jun, 1 2006 @ 04:26 PM
I believe that, when I die, I'll arrive in an in-between world of spirits. The Tibetans named this world "Bardo". The words comes from "bar"
meaning inbetween point and "do" or, marking point/island. When you arrive after death, you are confronted with a tribunal of judges. At this point,
you run through your entire previous life, for all the good and bad. From a perfect moral standpoint, you see the decisions you made and feel the full
reprucussions ,again, for good or bad. The judges are highly advanced, and counsel you on your previous life. At that point, you are free to explore
this land of love, wisdom, and peace. When you are ready, the judges will present you with a script for your next life, one which is created so that
you can learn and evolve spiritually. No matter how terrible the life outlined may be, resistance is futile. Life begins anew.
Not the best way of putting it forward, but it's obvious why I don't go blathering on about this, though it is basically a tibetan view of the