We all have the ability to learn to visit and explore the Afterlife, gather evidence through our own direct experience, and come to our own conclusions about its existence.
My experience doing that has convinced me our afterlife does exist and taught me much about what it is like there. But I urge you not to take my or anyone elses beliefs as the truth. I believe only your own direct experience should be reason to change your beliefs.
Thank you for your comment. I am something of a fan of yours, as I own and have read two of your books. I am very involved in attempting to find “knowns” in my inner life journey.
I’d have to agree with you. I am rather convinced through my direct experience and that of others I respect that there are intelligences that are not ordinarily visible to the naked eye. Are they spirits of the dead, angels, discarnate entities, beings on another dimensional plane, aliens or a combination of these beings? I cannot say with certainty. They can and do provide both true (and false) information.
I checked out your blog and website and was positively impressed.
Keep up the good work,
I am only aware of whatever is arising as/in the present moment – for the rest I must suspend my disbelief in what others or groups of others say/claim, eg theologian, scientists, etc.
As far as the possibility of my own afterlife goes, I will just have to wait and see, when that ‘state/time/place’ becomes my present arising moment, so that I can personally and directly experience it. The rest (heaven, hell, reincarnation, no afterlife etc etc) are all mere acceptance of the speculations of others – who know as little as I do about those possible afterlife-state.
Thanks for your thoughts. In those thoughts I perceive great honesty and integrity. There is a flavor of Zen and also of Eckhardt Tolle’s “The Power of Now”. I would disagree only mildly with the last phrase by saying that although I do not accept as fact the speculations of others, I cannot say how much they might know. Probably most know no more than I, however how much some others know must also be speculation.
Fahrusha is a name which I have been told is known in Turkey and Iran. It’s meaning may be close to butterfly (farasa-Arabic) or fairy spirit (fehreshtey-Farsi). Thanks for your comment.