Our world is arranged so that there is nothing final and final in it. The day is followed by night, and then morning comes again, the seasons follow each other, and the end of one story is just the beginning of the next …
Death, which is perceived by many people as the final “destination”, is just another transplant on our endless journey. When you understand this, it becomes much easier to live. However, not everyone is sure of this - in our society, the majority feel fear at the thought of leaving.
In order to share my own and other people's experience, and, possibly, allay someone's fears, I decided to write several articles on this topic. In the first of them, I would like to describe how a person feels at the very moment of death and soon after.
Let's start with how I know this. It so happened that I remember many of my past lives, as well as deaths and the period that I spent between them. In addition, I have always been interested in what other people say and write about it. Now very often you can find descriptions of clinical deaths, involuntary exits from the body, or memories of the past similar to mine.
In all the stories that I remember, read or heard there are many common points. I would like to describe them, since these coincidences clearly indicate the existence of patterns.
Let's find out what happens to a person at the time of death. As is known from most religions and beliefs, at this point the soul leaves the body. Their opinions differ about what happens to a person afterwards, but nevertheless, the moment of separation or "departure" of the soul is clearly present. Many people who have experienced clinical death claimed that they began to see their body from the side.
At the moment of death, the second, or as it is also called the etheric body, is separated from the physical body, in which we continue to exist. Of all the subtle bodies, it is the most dense, so you can stay in it for some time in our physical world. The separation process is easy, moreover, before death, a certain "protective" mechanism is activated that makes it absolutely painless. This, incidentally, confuses many, because they think that death is scary and painful, but in fact the opposite.
Touch, sight and even hearing are retained in the second body. You can feel the density of objects, and at the same time pass through walls and float under the ceiling. Probably, the second body still has some very low physical density, but it is negligible and allows it to flow through the surrounding things.
By the way, it would be fair to clarify that the separation of the second body from the "main" does not always mean that the person has died. Some people can cause this state at will, they even called it the fashionable term "going to the astral". A lot of books have been written about this, some even conduct trainings.
If the conscious transition to the second body is a rather difficult task, then unconsciously throughout life it happened to absolutely everyone. Each of us has traveled in our second body many times, this happened in deep sleep. Hence, probably, there was a quite fair expression that a dream is a small death.
However, the difference between death and astral travel and sleep is that the connection between the physical and the second body is severed. During life, these two bodies are connected by an energy channel, after death it disappears. In the following days, the second body, as a rule, also dies, and the person continues to exist in even more subtle bodies.
If we return directly to the moment of death, when the second body still exists, then it has some peculiarities. When you read the memoirs of people who have experienced clinical death, you see a certain scatter in their testimony - someone hung from the ceiling and watched him being reanimated, and someone, on the contrary, flew towards the light through a tunnel or met with deceased relatives.
Why did it happen? Because the second body, unlike the first, is not limited only to the physical world. That is, it can be present both in our world and move to more "subtle" worlds where the souls of dead people are located.
In general, our consciousness is a lot like a computer. For example, when you look at pictures on the Internet or read this text, this does not mean that the image is stored somewhere in the monitor. This means that the machine processed the received data and showed the result on the screen. The same is with our consciousness - it receives a stream of data from the information field and transforms it into pictures, sounds and sensations.
And after death, this mechanism continues to work, just the data source changes. As long as we live, we are tuned in to one information flow - our world. After death, we catch his signals for some time (while we are in the second body), and then we switch to another wave.
This explains the fact that at the time of clinical death, people see different things - part of it is immediately rebuilt into subtle vibrations of the "other world", and the other part needs time and they are near their body.
One of the main disadvantages of death is, perhaps, that being in full consciousness and perfectly understanding everything and everyone, you become invisible to loved ones. Most of the dead see their grief, but they cannot help and declare themselves. Many, with all their might, want to convey to their relatives the message "I have not gone anywhere and have not dissolved, everything is fine with me, do not grieve like that!" It is very contradictory - on the one hand, to be in a rather pleasant and light state, on the other hand, to realize that your loved ones do not hear you.
Taking care of family and friends is usually the only thing that "attracts" after death to our world. There is usually no craving for the former body, especially if the person died at an age or from a serious illness. In a new state you feel much freer and you are interested in everything - there are many new sensations around. However, there is no automatic "enlightenment" or character change - the person still remains himself - with the same inclinations, interests and behavior.
Any process has its own nuances, good and bad circumstances. Death is the same - when it occurs as a result of a very traumatic event, or some tasks remain in the person's mind that he must certainly complete, he can “get stuck” in the second body for a long time, not wanting to part with it. This is how ghosts actually appear - people, for various reasons, did not "reject" the second body.
These people unconsciously get stuck either in past situations, living them over and over again, or they are haunted by an obsession - and they are close to the physical world trying to somehow influence it.
Someone may try unsuccessfully to contact grieving relatives and reassure them, someone simply cannot believe in their own death and is in a semi-delusional state - there are different cases. The second body has, though negligibly small, but still density. Therefore, in the case of contact with the physical world, it can produce interference in electrical appliances or even a small glow in the dark (which apparently served as a source of tales about ghosts in white sheets).
This is what a ghost should look like in the opinion of many directors. In fact, the second body usually repeats the physical appearance.
However, in most cases, the process after death still takes place without such incidents. That is, a person is still present in the physical world for some time, often attends his own funeral, and then his second body begins to disintegrate and he moves to other "layers" of reality, which are called That Light.
What they are like, who you can meet there and what kind to be there, will be discussed in the next article: "Life After Death. How That Light Works"
Author: Viktorya Nekrasova