“After physical death”

Republished from absolutespiritdotco

“After our souls leave the body, they start melting into the wholeness and return to the oneness.

(Some of us find the oneness of consciousness which is our true nature inside ourselves while being alive, and live in harmony with it though, most of us don’t.)

By the time soul returns to the oneness, the soul completely melts into the wholeness, and the individual soul will no longer exist there. Understandably, there’s no longer individual senses, and sorrow or suffering as individual feelings as well.

There’s no heaven or hell as people believe, and moreover no time and space as well, only pure energy as a constantly expanding consciousness.

Because our bodies are separated visually, we feel lonely and separateness within unconscious stereotypes such as there is no connection with the person unless there is some kind of expression of intent while many of us live. But at the level of consciousness, whether we’re aware of it or not, we’re always influencing each other as the oneness.

Such experiences themselves can be no longer possible within the wholeness.

Some of the pure energy as a constantly expanding consciousness may return here to enjoy the experience again though, it will not be the same individual soul as before…”


Not having any experience of death that I know of, nevertheless I know from my mystical experiences, (MER) that this is, as far as it goes, a very simple, clear explanation of death.

It is also the conclusion I drew from my MERs though I also experienced eight other things from these that are missing in this re-post, i.e.:

1. The utter void;

2. The ineffable joy;

3. Knowing Reality and that It is everything known and unknown everywhere;

4. Knowing All Reality is me and …;

5. …I am that;

6. A panicked feeling of loss as I was returned to humanity;

7. A fierce losing fight to stay in my experiences.

8. The continuing lessons of Reality throughout my life.


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