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The Afterlife

Specialists in heaven Agree: 3 divider Disagree: 2


Both Agreements and DisagreementsOnce a spirit has obtained the actual level of a spirit guide and teacher they no longer make the transitions to and from the nonspirit world.

AgreeIn my work, guides are sometimes described as guardian angels, although our personal teachers are beings who have incarnated in physical form long before graduating to the level of guides. An intimate soulmate in discarnate form can also come to the gate to comfort us in times of need.

Destiny of Souls, Michael Newton
pg. 39, 2003

AgreeThose who choose to leave this system, whose reincarnational cycles are finished, have many more decisions to make.

Seth Speaks: The Eternal Validity of the Soul, Jane Roberts
pg. 153, 1994

AgreeOnce the duties of a guide are fully established for the advancing soul, it is necessary for these entities to juggle two balls. Besides completing their own unfinished business with continued (though less frequent) incarnations, they must also help others while in a discarnated state.

Journey of Souls: Case Studies of Life Between Lives, Michael Newton
pg. , 1996

AgreeQuestion 516. Could a spirit guide incarnate itself in order to accompany us more closely in our earthly life? Answer: That sometimes happens. But more often they will entrust this mission to a trustworthy person on earth.

The Spirits Book: Modern English Edition, Allan Kardec
pg. , 2003 Source


Both Agreements and DisagreementsA human involved in a creative process often will have teachers and guides who will be assisting the human's thought process on another consciousness level.

AgreeIt is not uncommon to find guides working in pairs with people on Earth, each with their own approaches to teaching. In these cases one is dominant, although the more experienced senior guide may actually be less evident in day-to-day activities of their charges.

Journey of Souls: Case Studies of Life Between Lives, Michael Newton
pg. 115, 1996 Source

Millions long for immortality who do not know what to do with themselves on a rainy Sunday afternoon.

—Susan Ertz, Anger in the Sky