Can death be an illusion? Since ancient times, philosophers, scientists and religionists have reflected on what happens after death. Is there life after death or do we just disappear into the unknown? A new scientific theory suggests that death is not the terminal event we think of.

We all feel indescribable pain due to the loss of a loved one. When the person leaves, those close to him experience major energetic shifts as a result of permanent separation. However, for the most part, people tend to cling to feelings, often in an attempt to hold on to the person. Some people leave immediately and others take longer, but it’s all intentional. There are times when it is auspicious for a person to be born and the same is true for death.

The Death Grieving Process is the energetic and emotional withdrawal that occurs when the vibration and resonance of a person who is no longer here is removed from another person’s third dimensional reality.

This process is universal, although in other cultures pain is sometimes approached differently.

In some societies, after a person dies, there is dancing, storytelling, and music.

Holiday night was designed to ward off pain, and for that night at least, it works. Once the dying process begins, the person’s energy begins to transform.

As life force energy is transferred to its next level, life disappears in the Third Dimension. The person’s subconscious and Higher Self will create the necessary circumstances to allow for this exit.

The dying process can be compared to the way some people enter the ocean to swim; some run and jump, others dive, slowly getting used to the water. It is commonly assumed that when a person dies it is the physical condition that is responsible, but in reality it is the opposite. One’s Vital Energy leaves the body first and then the body, which cannot continue without exhaling.

Prolonged illness is the result of the body’s reaction to the person’s essence, slowly leaving the physical form. Sudden death occurs when vital energy drains too quickly.

When the person is sick, but it is not time to leave, the Vital Energy returns and the person recovers. If it is time to leave this incarnation, there is no physical recovery. Dying is similar to being born because, just like some births are easy and some are very difficult.

As you experience the grieving process, the Universe is perfectly in sync. This includes when a person is born and when they die. Nobody leaves early. Therefore, death should not be considered abnormal or premature. Obviously, the person will be missed, but his departure is not a cosmic mistake.

Agreements are made before a person incarnates and dying is part of that agreement. It’s no use making tragedy part of someone’s life. What really matters is that the essence of the person does not die. Instead, incarnations are completed and the soul moves on. Nothing really dies, because everything is made of energy, which cannot be destroyed; just transformed and transmuted into something else.

A near death experience

Dr. Eben Alexander is a well-known American neurosurgeon who has been in this profession for 25 years. One night in 2008, he woke up with severe spasms and headaches and then passed out. Within hours, this healthy neurosurgeon was on a stretcher.

When his family took him to the hospital, he was already in a coma. The diagnostic report indicated that it was caused by severe bacterial meningitis. Doctors told his wife that his body had no recognizable brain activity and that he might not survive.

But Dr. Alexander says that he felt he was already in “another world” than as a man of science he never imagined existed, and that he experienced first-hand what he called “hallucinations” and “illusions” like any of the others. professional doctor would.

He claims that he traveled through some dark and formless place. “I was rescued from this by the revolving melody of light. It came close and it opened up, and it was a rip in the fabric of reality, which opened up around me,” says Dr. Alexander.

Dr. Alexander says that a beautiful girl with dark blue eyes, whom he had never seen before, guided him through this new world, although she never spoke to him, but her thoughts were conveyed the moment she looked at him. The girl told him, “You are loved. You are dear. There’s nothing you can do wrong.

The doctor remembers that he was told that they would teach him many things, but that he would come back. She told him, “it’s okay, don’t worry” before returning to the body. She then came out of the coma after seven days.

In just a few weeks, she made a surprisingly complete recovery. The Doctor. Alexander, who was raised by a foster family, met his biological parents and learned that he had a sister he never knew and that she died at age 36. When he saw her picture, she was the same fairy he’d seen in the “other world”, the same features, the same person he’d never seen in his life.

“It was so impressive,” he says. “I can’t say how powerful it was, there was no doubt, it was exactly what it was.”

Skeptics say it’s “normal” to experience all these delusions or hallucinations while in a coma and on medication. But Dr. Alexander says that in his case, bacterial meningitis infected his entire brain, including the areas that control vision, thoughts, imagination, and the areas that control our ability to dream. He shared his experience in the book “Proof of Heaven”.

This neurosurgeon seemed to have abandoned his “scientific mindset” to understand something “beyond science”. But this is just one of many cases, because there are countless people who have narrated their near-death experience.

Parallel worlds

According to quantum physics, certain observations cannot be predicted absolutely. Instead, there is a range of possible observations, each with a different probability.

The “many worlds” interpretation states that each of these possible observations corresponds to a different universe, which is often referred to as a “multiverse”.

Some time ago, scientists reported that they found the first evidence of a parallel universe. There are many scientific experiments that question the term death as we know it.

Dr. Robert Lanza, considered by TIME magazine in 2014 among the 100 most influential people on the planet, believes that death is an illusion and not real. The Doctor. Lanza is the director of Astellas Global Regenerative Medicine. He is also an adjunct professor at Wake Forest University School of Medicine.

“Although individual bodies are destined for self-destruction, the feeling of being alive, the ‘Who am I?’ It’s just a 20-watt power source that acts on the brain,” says Dr. launch.

Some might argue that this energy only disappears after death. But Dr. Lanza highlights the universal principle of conservation of energy to back up his claims. He argues with one of science’s surest axioms that energy never dies; cannot be created or destroyed.

A new scientific theory known as “biocentrism” expounds on the ideas of “multiverse” and “many worlds”, the idea is similar to that of parallel universes. “There are an infinite number of universes, and everything that could happen happens in some universe. Death does not exist in any real sense in these environments,” says Dr. Lanza, author of more than 30 books and hundreds of published scientific articles.

So does this mean that the near-death experiences (NDEs) that many people have gone through could be real and possibly explain “Who am I” as part of our consciousness or our “souls”?

Robert Lanza took these theories even further. He believes that “there are an infinite number of universes, and everything that could happen happens in some universe.

Death does not exist in any real sense in these environments. All possible universes exist simultaneously, regardless of what happens in any of them.

Although individual bodies are destined for self-destruction, the living feeling, the ‘Who am I?’, is just a 20 watt power source operating in the brain. But this energy does not disappear with death. 1

The importance of conscience

The uncertainty principle, one of the most famous and important aspects of quantum mechanics, must be considered. Experiments confirm that it is built into the fabric of reality, but it only makes sense from a biocentric perspective.

In the double slit experiment, if one “watches” a subatomic particle or some light pass through the slits in a barrier, it behaves like a particle and creates solid-looking bumps behind the individual slits in the barrier. end that measures impacts. Like a small bullet, it logically passes through one or another hole.

But if scientists don’t observe the particle’s path, it exhibits wavelike behavior that allows it to pass through both holes at the same time.

Why does our observation change what happens? Answer: Because reality is a process that requires our consciousness,” says Lanza.

We would not exist without conscience. One of the reasons why Robert Lanza believes we don’t die is because we are not an object. According to biocentrism, nothing could exist without consciousness. Remember that you cannot see through the bone that surrounds your brain.

Spirits in an Earthly Experience

Space and time are not rigid parameters, but the tools our mind uses to weave everything together. Everything you see and experience right now is a whirlwind of information in your mind. Space and time are simply the tools to put it all together.

Lanza points out that death does not exist in a timeless world without space. There is no distinction between past, present and future. It’s just a stubbornly persistent illusion. Immortality does not mean perpetual existence in infinite time, but resides completely outside of time.

By conceiving that the spatio-temporal dimensions are mere mental constructions, immortality would be a reality for Lanza. That is, there is life after (physical) death because we would inhabit a world without linear boundaries of space and time, which fits string theory. Despite this, we continue to believe that “life is just a little carbon and a mixture of molecules, which shape our existence for a while and then decompose again in the soil”, explains the physicist. Why? Simply, “because we have been taught that people die, although there is only evidence that the body disappears at any time.”

Death is not a tragedy, but an occasion to celebrate a person’s life and to revere the transition process. We will miss them, sometimes terribly, but on the other hand, they can be remembered.

In other dimensions, they are still together with those who loved them. The love that is shared with the departed is real and that love lasts forever.

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