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The Afterlife

Physical location of heaven Agree: 3 divider Disagree: 0


Both Agreements and DisagreementsHeaven can be visualized as a gigantic sphere with an energy field, vibrations of energy, and coming from it could be called sunbeams, lifelines that connect to the planets where beings live. Heaven has no locational relationship whatsoever to any planets.

AgreeAll my research with subjects in a higher state of consciousness indicates to me that upon death we go directly from one astral plane around Earth through the gateway into the spirit world...Many describe a tunnel effect. All souls from Earth then quickly move into the bright light of the spirit world. This is a single ethereal space without zones or barriers around it.

Destiny of Souls, Michael Newton
pg. 52, 2003

AgreeThese after-death environments do not exist necessarily on other planets. They do not take up space, so the question, 'Where does all this happen?' is meaningless in basic terms...There is no one place therefore, no specific location. These environments exist unperceived by you amid the physical world that you know. Your perceptive mechanisms simply do no allow you to tune in to their ranges. You react to a highly specific but limited field. As I mentioned earlier, other realities coexist with your own at death. You simply divest yourself of physical paraphernalia, tune into different fields, and react to other sets of assumptions. From this other viewpoint, you can to some extent perceive physical reality. However, there are energy fields that do separate them. Your entire concept of space is so distorted that any true explanation is highly difficult.

Seth Speaks: The Eternal Validity of the Soul, Jane Roberts
pg. 132, 1994

AgreeAs an angel in a previous story told us, the nonphysical dimensions are but a hair's breath from us, overlapping and encompassing the physical.

Courageous Souls: Do We Plan Our Life Challenges Before Birth?, Robert Schwartz
pg. 239, 2007 Source

The fear of death is the most unjustified of all fears, for there's no risk of accident for someone who's dead.

—Albert Einstein