posted on Jan, 4 2014 @ 04:12 PM
I believe that we move seamlessly from one life to another...not necessarily all on Earth. I died in a car accident in 1976. I was extremely pissed
off to be woken up by the driver, of the other vehicle, saying the Lord's prayer over me. (There is a reason for ALL that happens in life.) I was
very happy, warm, and feeling wonderfully loved on the other side. I saw and talked to my mother 3 days after she died. I have spoken to other family
whom have crossed over, as well. I can tell you that "death" is what you make it out to be. Meaning if you were taught there is a hell, then you may
experience it if you are convinced you should. If you were taught that karma exists, then you may have it experience that in your next life. Etc..
etc., etc.. You are a continuation of what you are. You will eventually (after many, many, lifetimes), find you way back to Source/God. (Meaning you
have experienced everything you possibly can and are complete.) There is nothing to fear if you don't make it a practice to fear. Fear is the biggest
of all things that holds mankind back. Practice living without it and the next steps to your next life will be a glorious adventure instead of
something of darkness and uncertainty.