Preparing for Death and the Afterlife

Have you ever wondered what happened to your loved ones when they pass away?

I’ve always wanted to know what happens to spirit at the time our heart stops beating.  I’ve read books on this topic and learned majority of soul’s wave goodbye and just cross over straight after “death” and others won’t cross over fully – they want to stay behind and remain attached to their families and loved ones until matters are taken care of.

In August of 2015, I attended a seminar on “Preparing for Death and Afterlife”. Want to share what I learned. Use your discernment when reading the below.

• Spirit is the first to leave your body when transitioning to the non-physical.

• Spirit travels through a golden archway. The silver cord, which connects your astral body and physical body, starts to unravel, opens a connection through our spine/brain, and unlocks our soul’s light (each of our Chakras). Only when the agreed upon hour of death occurs can the cord be severed and the spirit return home to light.

• Our soul always follows spirit. When it does, it leaves the body permanently.

• If our heart is open, our soul goes directly to the higher realms (since you have no issues to resolve on earth). The opening of the heart allows your spirit/soul to travel to the highest realm and merge with your holy spirit as one.

• There are souls who have not resolved their issues through forgiveness – therefore, they travel through the seven lower planes. They’re met instantly in the lower 1-3 levels by angels, friends/family/beings from past lives and who have moved on into spirit before them.

• Each level is a plane of conscious. They travel with the angels to visit those they left behind whom they haven’t forgiven – due to pain, hurt and they’re shown their lives. They develop their inner spiritual self to evolve and find higher planes of spiritual evolution.

• The spirit meets the soul again when the journey is complete on the other side and the soul is in a physical form to enter and occupy it.

Our mission on the earth plane is to forgive, share love, create peace, accept that which can and cannot be changed, gratitude, reverence and work of the spiritual growth of a being.

What do you imagine happens when you die? Does it frighten you? Are you at peace with it?  This may be a loaded question to answer. 🙂

28 thoughts on “Preparing for Death and the Afterlife

  1. I’m all for it! I often feel death is way more interesting than life. I love reading about what happens as the process is underway and beyond. On a slightly, different death process-here are two blog posts I wrote about my parents death. After reading your post, I wonder if they (their spirits) were starting to communicate to me days and hours before their death. and thanks!

  2. This is an interesting topic. Death is not something I fear because we are created in the image of our Father and Mother. We are energy, everything that exists is and energy doesn’t die, it transmutes. The physical hosts we inhabit in this dimension do pass in time and when that happens we simply move on. Our spirit/soul, once home, has the choice to come back or not depending on what we learned or didn’t learn here, or wherever we happened to have spent our lifetime. This is only my ninth time here. I am a starchild, my lifetimes are spent elsewhere. I only come here when Mom and Dad ask me to.

  3. Fascinating subject and I have to admit I alternate between being afraid and a feeling of acceptance. A wonderfully written post.

  4. This is an interesting topic that I’ve thought about for a while. I used to be afraid of death and dying, but now I just see it as moving on through to another phase. I’ve not heard of what you’ve written here, but it’s certainly a possibility. A few years ago, I read something about how NOT TO reincarnate. This article had suggested that the white light should be avoided because it’s really just the “portal” to come back and live another life. I will say that I have no desire to come back, which is why I read that article lol.

  5. nice article …thanks
    according to hinduism when soul get departed from body it gets divine sight (drvya drishti)by which soul can see the world but cannot feel ,talk or touch….like you said if you gt issues to solve on earth or if you have bad karma then the soul will sent to lower realms for suffering for our karma but since soul cannot feel the pain or suffering our soul gets micro body (suksham sharir) for some days (i don’t know) just to feel the suffering of our karma and on the other hand if you don’t have any issues to resolve then our soul (atma) get merged with the divine itself (parmatma)
    peace and love <3

  6. Thank you for sharing this! I have read three books which revolve around this concept and your post revived my interest in this topic. You may want to read “The Laws of The Spirit World” by Khorshed Bhavnagari. this book has got a beautiful explanation of what happens after death. This book is believed to be an outcome of Automatic Writing which the author’s sons did making her a medium since she was still in the earth plane and they weren’t. Please read this book if possible, it gives very good learning which is very useful to accomplish the goal of our life, which you rightly mentioned as spreading love, creating happiness, forgiving the wrong. The book explains everything right from what happens the moment heart stops beating till the spirit reaches the highest of the seven planes.
    Thank you once again for this wonderful post!!

  7. It is an interesting topic. As a Christian, I do not believe in chakras. I believe in the afterlife with God. Spirit returns to be with God. One biblical verse is Ecclesiastes 12:7 ‘and the dust returns to the ground it came from, and the spirit returns to God who gave it.’

  8. i’ve always thought a lot about that, and i’m between ‘very afraid’ and ‘very curious’. it’s a fascinating subject and one i’d like to know more about!

    1. Growing up I was afraid because my dad instilled the fear. As I got older, I I embrace it. It surely is an interesting subject. Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

  9. It’s an interesting question. There’s a couple of books I woul recommend if you have not read them yet – Suzanne Ward “Matthew, tell me about heaven” which is a channeled book of conversations with her son after he passed over. The second is written by a neurosurgeon, Eben Alexander :Proof of Heaven”
    There are many different views and understandings of the afterlife. I have come to the conclusion that each person’s experience is different based on their values, beleifs, experiences. What is clear to me also is that our spiritual growth and learning is never ending regardless of where we reside.
    I used to be terrified of dying. But now I think of it as stepping through a doorway into another way of being. Mum always talked about it as ‘going home’ – that’s where she is with Dad now – at home 🙂

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