Grandfather Tree

Now having come to understand that we are all spiritual beings who have chosen to temporarily live a physical existence on this planet, certain musings are inevitable, and shared here.

Tuesday, April 04, 2006

What Happens After We Die? -- Part One

[I have been strongly influenced by information presented by Geoffrey Hoppe as channeled by St. Germaine and Tobias. See crimson circle.]

Well stuff actually starts happening before we die. There is a point when we go through a door. This marks the beginning of the letting go of our spirit from our body. Those who have spent time with the dying know what I am talking about. The body ceases to function the way it is supposed to, partly because the spirit has already taken the first steps of letting go. The spirit then spends some time here in this realm and a lot of time in the non-physical near earth realms. She visits places she used to go to in dreams. He travels into time warps to re-visit past events that remain important. She comes back to re-connect with family and friends, but it isn't the same. It is either more intense or much less intense. There is a beginning of a sort of un-involvement in things that used to hold much interest. He has one foot in this reality and another in a multitude of realities and realms. Then slowly the foot still in this reality slips away. And there is an abrupt ending of it. The spirit is free of the body. The second door has been opened and the person walks through it.

This is an eventful experience. The person may in fact experience a bright light and perhaps a tunnel. There is a sense of relief as the weight of the body and all the pain and tediousness falls away. The spirit flies high and easily. She can see all the angels and guides and other beings who had been walking with her throughout life. Some may be images of loved ones she had hoped to meet again. There is a very pleasant moment of recognition and a sense of lightness and freedom. There is a life review as he remembers many details of his life and sees them from very new perspective. He may think he is in heaven and look around to meet his God.

This experience ends as she realizes she is actually rather alone. There is no judgment, but neither is there any "scooping up." God does not seem to be around, and all her guides and angels may or may not be there. He tries to ask many questions but the answers do not come, or he cannot quite comprehend them.

She starts to think about those she left behind, and finds herself near them, wherever they may be. There may be confusion and fear creeping in at this time. He cannot exactly read the thoughts of those he loves, but he can sense what they are feeling and thinking. She gets angry or worried. He gets confused at what he perceives, as he discovers what people really think about him.

Funeral time! She wanders around and is surprised by those who came and those who didn't. He listens intently to the eulogy and tries to correct the minister. Of course no one notices him and he starts to feel very odd. Some unresolved feelings rush in and she becomes frightened. He tries to get away and finds that it is easy to go somewhere else. She discovers that she can do things she never thought possible, fly here and there, create images kind of like dreaming, but much more vivid. He starts to get a glimmer of other beings around and becomes even more confused.

The dead person reaches a critical point. Having just started to get used to being alone, she discovers that perhaps she isn't alone. She is then drawn somewhere based on intense feelings of fear or anger or confusion.

He enters the near-Earth realms fully, separating himself from Earth and all those left behind. Now she is vulnerable. Literally anything can happen.

Forget the idea that things will just be fine after we die. THE ONLY THING WE LEAVE BEHIND IS OUR BODY. Everything else we take with us. This includes all or fears and insecurities, all our unresolved issues and grudges, as well as all our joys and memories, all our sorrows and pains (with the exception of physical pains). Each of these intense emotions are broadcast throughout all the near Earth realms, and those other discarnate beings who reside there will be drawn to whatever emotions they are stuck with. And the harassment will begin. She will be given offers of sex, wealth, beauty, food, power. He will discover that he can create stuff by thinking it, and it will be as real as life itself was real.

There will be beings who try to help, and he may be able to see some of them, but his intense emotions will make them difficult to see, and may make them appear indistinct and a bit unreal. On the other hand, the discarnate beings who have intense emotions similar to his will appear as vivid and clear.

There are bands of fundamentalist Christians who will tell her that they know the way to heaven and she only needs to join their group and very soon they will find paradise and their beloved Jesus. He may come across folks with big houses or acres of land. Whatever she is thinking and feeling will manifest itself around her. He may explore avenues that he wanted to experience in life but was too afraid to venture into. Alternatively, she might find loneliness and sorrow. He could find himself in a big hole and no way to dig out of it. Anything and everything is possible. There is nothing we can dream or imagine that is not manifest somewhere in these near-Earth realms.

The intensity may become so huge that she frantically looks for an opportunity to return to Earth. He may almost immediately be drawn into a new incarnation.

She may find something interesting to hold her interest, and explore this aspect of herself. He may find one or two helpers who he can see clearly enough to be drawn to. As he gets closer to their vibration, he will see them even more clearly, and he may decide to learn something new from the teacher. She may find a loved one who will explain some of how things operate in this place. He may decide to relax and explore his own feelings and issues.

Or they may get lost in some corner or some spiral of intensity or ritual.


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