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Mankind has to deal with concepts that animals have never encountered, that is, their mortality. That's mainly because animals don't have to understand problems known only to the most outward portion of human consciousness known as the ego. Plants and animals know that they live, they know themselves as an identity, they know that they are. A mouse knows that he is mouse and not a cat. This is a simpler kind of "self" identification than that adopted by humans.
It never occurs to animals that they might not be around tomorrow and what the ramifications of that state of non-existence would be like. Animals, trees, plants and other non-human kinds of living, conscious life forms simply exist in a kind of time that is foreign to the human race. They do not comprehend passing moments, minutes do not tick by one followed by another, adding up to larger time segments. To them, all available time is compressed into each moment point. A moment point is simply the maximum amount of conscious experience you can perceive and process in one moment of your present time.
This is not to infer that plants and animals perceive more than you do, but that they perceive a wider range of events within that moment. In other words, plants and animals perceive more of what you would call the past and future, compressed into their present moment point. Their moment is more expansive, but not as precise and critical as yours since you examine each of your experienced moments with greater facility than other life forms that share your planet.
No animal or plant tries to remember yesterday or ponders tomorrow's future activities with anticipation as you do. No tree or snail contemplates life's challenges or worries about future life or death.
Plants for instance, perceive a wider scope of the present than you do encompassing 50 years of their past and 50 years into the future in their more expansive present moment point. Their perception is more expansive, but they do not encounter each moment with such totally focused intensity as their human companions. If you could perceive the same reality as your dog does, you would not believe that you inhabited the same planet. A bird's tree is not your tree and a rabbit's death is quite different than your death.
Man's preoccupation with life and death was not always so intently focused as it is now. In pre-historic man, the ego had not yet evolved. Mankind existed for many millennia without the compartment of the ego and got along quite nicely, thank you very much. Later, with the evolution of the ego, mankind became more self-centered and began to wonder about what lies beyond the unknown curtain of death that no man, woman or animal could escape.
Various societies came up with some really interesting concepts to describe those mysterious after-death worlds, which I may add, were quite inventive, even though they were way off the mark. Some religions, despite their faults, do however serve to remind you that there may be some hope of survival of consciousness after death, even though their interpretation of the immortality is distorted almost beyond belief.
After a few million or so years, give or take a few more million, there are still no adequate explanations that would convince even the most dubious person that life does indeed continue after death. Even though I am not too fond of organized religion, as many of my readers know because of, oh, let me see, I don't know, maybe because most of what they preach is just flat out wrong, usually embraced only by the gullible or ignorant.
Religious doctrine places so many restrictions on who will be admitted to Heaven and any decent afterlife, are told that if they so much as had one bad thought during their lifetime, they would be relegated to Purgatory, the Bottomless Pit, Hades, Hellfire or that old scoundrel Jerry Falwell's favorite, the Lake Of Fire. He scared the Hell out of a lot of people with that one, but that was his purpose wasn't it?
Even those who accept the conventional religious version of death and afterlife doctrine, still, deep in their collective hearts, have lingering doubts about life after death since no person has ever offered any solid proof of an after death existence. And the religious version of survival after death really doesn't make much sense when you think about it.
Frankly, walking down golden streets and eating from the tree of life when not kneeling at God's feet and chanting adorations for the rest of eternity doesn't really appeal to very many people. And how could one live without fast food?
Humanity, because it is securely focused in the physical reality system (Earth) and the physical universe, tends to examine and accept only physical proofs that are clothed in atoms and molecules, in other words proofs that are solid and can be held, felt, smelled, seen, tasted, weighed or measured. Proofs that are of a more nebulas, transparent nature such as thoughts, beliefs, feelings, emotions, inspiration and desires are usually discarded.
Who would be so foolish as to accept an inspiration as proof of anything even though almost all major scientific breakthroughs are the result of inspiration? And even though every man, woman and child knows deep in the recesses of their minds that "something" exists after physical death, they just don't know what.
If you truly want to be convinced of survival after death, you will have to learn more about the true nature of the reality of which you are an integral part. Unfortunately at this stage of your spiritual development, you remain rather uninformed about subjective realities partly due to a lack of interest and partly because no one has ever told you the truth.
The reality that you have intellectually and intuitionally ignored is eminently qualified to give you the kinds of proofs that you seek. The best that I can do with the limited knowledge of your own unknown expansive personality at this stage of its development is to give you some approximation of these things.
A study of the unseen, unknown reality would reveal some of the mysteries of what lies below the surface or inside of the physical reality system that you now inhabit. The small portion of that system that you have arbitrarily decided to accept as your official reality, defines your limits as to what you will acknowledge is real, and that is not very much.
You have then placed unneeded limitations on your consciousness and on the world you inhabit. Your personality has no real limitations other than the ones that you create and accept. Consciousness and resulting personality is functionally unlimited, only you make it otherwise.
Proving life after death is a difficult matter under any circumstances, especially since there is no universal belief that valid communication can take place between the survival personality and those left behind. The reason is simple really; you will never be able to communicate with the recently dead if you don't believe that the dead survive and can communicate with the living. You will insist on dismissing any valid communication as annoying static and not worthy of your investigation.
I am sure that you have heard that "death is a transition" and this is so, except that in this particular kind of transition, you are going somewhere that the physical body cannot follow. In the case of physical death, your identity consciousness discards it's physical form, retaining its invisible astral form and mind complete with all of your past experiences and memories from your most recent past life and all previous lives and with this subjective baggage in tow takes a giant step forward into a new dimension.
You do not lose or misplace any subjective memories or abilities. On death, the mind acting as a backup system preserves all of the data previously stored in the brain, nothing being left behind. In a sense, the mind acts as a backup hard drive in your computer.
Briefly, you could consider your astral form as your inner personal image blueprint that is aligned with your identity consciousness and is essentially eternal. Your astral form is with you before you are born and is the blueprint around which your physical body will grow. It will remain with you after your death and transition and will then be your main perceivable source of identification during the in-between period until you move on to another physical life.
Your astral body is always with you through many lives and many transitions. Look on your astral form as a dream image that never leaves you. What that means is that while you are in a physical body, your astral form is embedded within your physical form, so you have one form within another during earthly life.
Your consciousness is not capable of following the life to death kind of transition. There was a time in ancient earth history when this was not so and this transition could be readily perceived, especially by the animals.
In those times earth inhabitants, men and animals alike did not fear death in the same way that they do now. Animals still retain remnants of those psychic abilities, in a somewhat muted form. The actual transition from one dimension to another could be readily perceived as the animal that had been killed, astral form could easily be seen trotting away across the meadow.
Depending on how much you know about this transition process, the more or less temporary disorientations there will be when that time comes. You will be stepping out of one dimension into another quite different dimension, but here is the bottom line, your consciousness, your personality, the "I" of you is never erased or diminished.
For those of you absent minded professor types who are fastidious and concerned about such matters, you cannot lose or misplace your soul in the process. It was never lost and will always be an integral part of your total identity, whether in a body or not. You are your soul in physical clothing.
You must understand that there are some people who will always refuse to perceive or accept the kind of proofs of after death survival that can sometimes be manifest and are quite convincing. Generally speaking, you will never perceive that which you do not believe.
Yours is not the only system occupying the same space as your universe. There are other systems and beings as alive and as actual as you living in their own worlds just as solid as earth and in the same space as earth, yet you will not perceive them.
You do not perceive the "After Death Dimension" either, but not because it doesn't exist, but because you are not trying. Like any other psychic phenomenon, different realities are composed of electromagnetic pulsations that fall within specific ranges and since these ranges are significantly small, many systems can occupy the same psychic space with no interference. You have to be paying attention to catch the occasional rift or bleed through that does occur from one system into another.
Where in your space you perceive solid objects, they are not solid, they are just a grouping of atoms and molecules that you actualize, psychically arrange in a familiar pattern that you then name and perceive as a familiar object. The other probable systems occupying your space as quite as solid as your earth, yet there is no collision as one moves through another.
Where in your space, you see nothing; there is an absence of materialized solid objects, not space as you envision it. Where you see nothing, you call it space, nothing more. There is no such thing as empty space, only a state where nothing exists, where nothing has been created and an absence of creation prevails.
There are many worlds and many reality systems, that under certain conditions provide a psychic area rich for psychic evidence mining, an area rich in inhabited but unperceived worlds, including the after death dimension waiting to probe to prove that they do indeed exist.
There are beings existing in the after death dimension, emotionally tied to you who desire contact with those still alive. To contact those recently dead, you must understand that they want to contact you as much as you want to contact them. The after-death-dimension is therefore your best source of contact with "survival personalities" because of emotional attachments.
This is where your most likely contact and proof of life-after-death will occur for two reasons. You have emotional ties with them and they are trying to make contact with you to let you know that they survive and are OK.
The reason that contact between living and dead and other psychic occurrences are not noticed more often is because of what I call the "Psychic Paradox" that requires one to recognize that psychic phenomenon is real and that knowledge of that state does indeed exist and gains strength with strong belief but falls apart with over intensity of concentration.
Belief and expectation are important but spontaneity is paramount. To over expect is to cancel-out what is expected. Here is the paradox; you must believe something can happen, you must expect it to happen, but not too much.
You must not try to force something to occur. To will something to happen is to lose the spontaneity. All psychic events are spontaneous and no psychic event therefore can ever be reliably predicted. Valid contact with survival personalities will always be spontaneous.
In closing, contact with recently passed survival personalities is your closest and most favorable area for proof of immortality. You must look for nuances. Look where there seems to be nothing. There is no space where there is nothing; there is only space where you are equipped to perceive the available reality and other space where you are unable to perceive the realities that exist there. The more you learn and advance, the more of those unseen realities you will begin to sense.
Survival personalities no longer communicate with words and sentences, so they will not talk to you in words, they communicate telepathically sending complete concepts. They may send you a thought of a mutually enjoyed event.
Unbeknownst to you, survival personalities contact you frequently in your dreams that you don't remember in the morning. These kinds of communications like other psychic phenomenon are best sent and received subconsciously. The human mind and brain simply is not evolved to handle psychic events consciously. They rise out of the subconscious, so that is where you must look. The best way to encourage such contact is by requesting dream contact before going to sleep.
I apologize for the length of this article, but these matters are complex and difficult to explain.
I have just recently came across one of your books and now your website and I am wondering why you haven't posted anything since June 2014, almost a year ago ?
Thank you for noticing.
I had heard about writers block and never thought it could happen to me. But it did and I am well aware of my absence from ABG.
I was surprised that so many of my readers have wondered about my disappearance,
I have recently felt the need to return to my writing
and am presently working on a new article. I seem to have forgotten that many of my readers contributed to my working material by submitting their questions, and I intend to return to that format,
You will see regular articles appearing soon.
How would you characterize the Holy Spirit, William?
Dear Jungle Queen
The Holy Spirit is everything within the universe, the natural world and within you. It is "All That Is, God, and all Deities" the Spirit that pervades everything that exists both physical and non-physical. It is impossible to be outside of the natural world and the natural world is the portion of the Holy Spirit that is made objective to dwell among men and for men to dwell within. You are part of It and It is part of you, inseparable. It is both subjective and objective, the subjective always comes first.
I had a question related more to a previous post but I could only find a way to post here. I recently and unexpectedly lost my sister and father. Dad was sick for a couple of months and his passing was somewhat understandable. In between my sister developed headaches and seizures at the age of 54 and no one could find a cause until she acutely decompensated and had a brain herniation while being evaluated in the hospital.
I am troubled by thoughts that maybe had i been more involved with her doctors I may have been able to avert this disaster (I am a physician myself) and had stayed in contact with our mom - but never thought that it was this serious and on the feedback I got - I thought things were being done appropriately. Eventually she was in coma and had to be taken off life support.
Do you think there is something I could have done or a death like this is usually out of our control (the supportive family and people on the sidelines?) I think everything was done but there is always a doubt as you look back on events. Questions like was there something we missed or overlooked etc.
If you can provide me some clarity - I would appreciate it.
You may have addressed this is in other parts of the blog - and I will keep reading and will get your book as well - but in the meantime - I would appreciate your thoughts. Unfortunately, this occurred as I was learning about christian science and how we can heal people when medical science fails
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