Everything is happening in the moment. So as you are offering a vibration in your now, you are receiving the result of that vibration. When you make your transition into the Non-physical, you re-emerge into Pure Positive Energy, and you leave all resistance behind. Everyone who makes their transition reaps the glory of Pure Positive Energy. That is really upsetting to those who want the bad ones to be punished. But it does not happen. Punishment is a concoction of man’s disconnected mind.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

This is what I’ve been preaching since I understood that when we pass we continue, just because those left behind can’t see those who have passed over doesn’t mean they don’t exist.  Death is simply a transition.  I’ve quoted the movie, [easyazon_link identifier=”B00007GZR5″ locale=”US” tag=”80010c-20″]What Dreams May Come, frequently on my Facebook page.  Just watched it again last week and it always leaves such a lasting impression on me.  Th[/easyazon_link]e movie discusses everything I believe about death.  Ultimately a life affirming movie, What Dreams May Come takes some time to get there.  Lot’s of destructive behavior occurs on screen before we see the positive message, but stay with the movie and you will come away with an extremely powerful positive message.  We still exist after death.

I read the book, [easyazon_link identifier=”0765308703″ locale=”US” tag=”80010c-20″]What Dreams May Come: A Novel[/easyazon_link] by Richard Matheson many years ago, and it changed my whole perspective on life and death.  There is so much evidence that life does continue after we pass.  I don’t need to see the evidence however.  I KNOW we do.  My faith is overwhelming.  For me there is no denying that we continue.  There is no denying that we return if we want to.  As far as the line in the above passage:
That is really upsetting to those who want the bad ones to be punished. But it does not happen. Punishment is a concoction of man’s disconnected mind.

I’ll again use What Dreams May Come as a corollary:
Hell only exists in our minds.  It’s a place where people go who can’t forgive themselves.  Ultimately we go where we want to go.  If we can’t forgive OURSELVES we wind up in a cycle of fear, depression and anger.  That’s what the REAL Hell.

So while I can take away positives from MOST of the passage above, as I’ve said here many times, I don’t expect everyone to be on the same page with me all the time,  as I’m not on the same page with others all the time.

I DO believe we punish ourselves and until we can let go we will continue living in our self imposed prison, whether it be hell or not.  The ultimate message I took away from this movie and this book and the quotation above is that while Yes, everyone DOES die, death is merely a transition, a bridge to a new existence.  That bridge can lead us anywhere we want to go.  It’s our choice!

Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!


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