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Transformation from Human to Spirit

Spiritual treatment after various life circumstances (1) Agree: 14 divider Disagree: 0


Both Agreements and DisagreementsOnce a human crosses over they no longer carry that low energy level of mental or physical or emotional attachment with them, or human disforming attachment, with them into the spirit world.

AgreeThe human body vibrates at very low frequencies. At higher frequencies a revelation of truth commences. The body is incapable of accomodating higher frequencies at a fast rate. So, people allow themselves only glimpses into the higher frequencies and in that way acclimate the body in tiny increments, making it possible for the cells to accumulate light and bring about higher frequencies in a very gradual way.

Courageous Souls: Do We Plan Our Life Challenges Before Birth?, Robert Schwartz
pg. 43, 2007

AgreeThis [death experience]is not, incidentally, necessarily any kind of somber endeavor, nor are the after-death environments somber at all. To the contrary, they are generally far more intense and joyful than the reality you now know. You will simply be learning to operate in a new environment in which different laws apply, and the laws are far less limiting than the physical ones with which you now operate. In other words, you must learn to understand and use new freedoms.

Seth Speaks: The Eternal Validity of the Soul, Jane Roberts
pg. 120, 1994

AgreeQuestion to [Valerie's] Higher Self: My understanding of the personality is that it consists of a permanent, eternal core that survives death and reunites with the soul after death, as well as certain temporary traits that exist only during the lifetime. Ans: That is accurate. Question to [Valerie's] Higher Self: So, when a personality dies in a particular lifetime - say when Valerie dies in this lifetime - then her permanent core will be reunited with you? Ans: At this point it is not separate. Do not consider reuniting, for that betokens a separation. There is never any separation. What the personality feels [after death], when it feels one with God and higher self, is simply the brushing away of cobwebs that obscure its view, but it does not mean that it has not been connected.

Courageous Souls: Do We Plan Our Life Challenges Before Birth?, Robert Schwartz
pg. 223, 2007

AgreeAs Walter sat in a chair...his grandmother appeared standing behind him and the chair. She came to take him over to the spirit side although he had not wanted to go...After some coaxing, he did go into the light as we say, and home with his grandmother.

The Messenger, Denise Lescano
pg. pg. 99, 2014 Source


Both Agreements and DisagreementsWhen you die, the consciousness that you have has been manifested in your own thoughts, whatever those thoughts of death are that you have come in connection with in your lifetime. That will be the type of crossing over experience you will have. Those individuals who have a concept of death as being nothing will experience their crossing over as being nothing. But this earth consciousness after one crosses over is gradually replaced by the reality of the spirit world and loved ones, angels, and spirit guides greet and welcome them to their spirit life.

AgreeThe boredom and stagnation of a stereotyped heaven will not for long content the striving consciousness. There are teachers to explain the conditions and circumstances. You are not left alone, therefore, lost in mazes of hallucination.

Seth Speaks: The Eternal Validity of the Soul, Jane Roberts
pg. 119-120, 1994

AgreeThere may or may not be disorientation on your part, according to your beliefs and development. The intellect should go hand in hand with the emotions and intuitions, but if it pulls against these too strongly, difficulties can arise when the newly freed consciousness seizes upon its ideas about reality after death, rather than facing the particular reality in which it finds itself. It can deny feeling, in other words, and even attempt to argue itself out of its present independence from the body. Again, as mentioned earlier, an individual can be so certain that death is the end of all, that oblivion, though temporary , results.

Seth Speaks: The Eternal Validity of the Soul, Jane Roberts
pg. 123, 1994

AgreeThose of you who had faith in life after death will find it much easier to accustom yourself to the new conditions.

Seth Speaks: The Eternal Validity of the Soul, Jane Roberts
pg. 121, 1994

AgreeThere are no special places or situations or conditions [heaven, hell] set apart after physical death in which any given personality must have experience.

Seth Speaks: The Eternal Validity of the Soul, Jane Roberts
pg. 159, 1994

AgreeA belief in heaven or hell, under certain conditions, can be equally disadvantageous. Some will refuse to accept the idea of further work, development, and challenge, believing instead that conventional heaven situations are the only possibility. For some time they may indeed inhabit such an environment, until they learn through their own experience that existence demands development, and that such a heaven would be sterile, boring, and indeed 'deadly'.

Seth Speaks: The Eternal Validity of the Soul, Jane Roberts
pg. 159, 1994

AgreeQuestion: When we leave the physical body, where do we go?, the minister asked. Ans: You go where you want to go, Now, when your ordinary, waking conscious mind is lulled in the sleep state, you travel in other dimensions. You are already having experiences in these other dimensions then. You are preparing your own way. When you die you go into these ways that you have prepared. There are various periods of training that vary according to the individual. You must understand the nature of reality before you can manipulate within it well. In physical reality you are learning that your thoughts have reality, and that you create the reality that you know. When you leave this dimension, then you concentrate upon the knowledge you have gained. If you still do not realize that you create your own reality, then you return, and again you learn to manipulate, and again and again you see the results of your own inner reality as you meet it objectified. You teach yourself the lesson until you have learned it then you begin to learn how to handle the consciousness that is yours, intelligently and well. Then you can form images for the benefit of others, and lead and guide them. Then you constantly enlarge the scope of your understanding.

The Seth Material, Jane Roberts
pg. 144-145, 2001

AgreeAs long as you believe in a devil, for example, you will create one that is real enough for you, and for the others who continue to create him. Because of the energy he is given by others, he will have a certain consciousness of his own, but such a mock devil has no power or reality to those who do not believe in his existence, and who do not give him energy through their belief. He is, in other words, a superlative hallucination...those who believe in a hell and assign themselves to it through their belief can indeed experience one, but certainly in nothing like eternal terms. No soul is forever ignorant.

Seth Speaks: The Eternal Validity of the Soul, Jane Roberts
pg. 238, 1994

AgreeThere came first a mere sense of identity...[a 'partial' awakening'] and next a tumult of emotions [=confusion] and the unrolling of memories [=the review of the past life]. Then ...a dream-like awareness of people on earth...Then...'Hades', a dim and formless world...Finally...a growing awareness of...people moving about in a glorious world. (Jane Sherwood, The Country Beyond, p24)

The Supreme Adventure: Analyses of Psychic Communications, Robert Crookall
pg. 27, 1974

AgreeThe Christian mystic Sadhu Sundar...was told: "Sometimes, after accident, the spirt departs while the body is still unconscious. Then, those spirits who have lived without thought of entering the Spiritual World...are extremely bewildered...So they have to remain for a considerable period in the lower and darker planes of the intermediate state. (Sadhu Sundar, Visions of the Spiritual World, 1926, pg. 6)

The Supreme Adventure: Analyses of Psychic Communications, Robert Crookall
pg. 29, 1974


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All judgment reveals itself to be self-judgment in the end, and when this is understood a larger comprehension of the nature of life takes its place.

—David R. Hawkins