Death: A Transition Into Life

November 8, 2011 | posted in: Spirituality | by 8 Comments

We cannot speak about change without addressing the most dynamic change we will experience in the physical body. That is the re-emerging into the non-physical side of life. Our society has thought of death as a sorrowful experience but what we call death is the most beautiful experience of all. It is the re-emerging of our soul into the pure positive energy that we came from when we took on a physical body. Death is the joyous transition into the continuation of life. All resistance falls away as we let go of the physical dimension and reunite with the pure spiritual realm.

When we choose to take on a physical body, it is for the joy of being on the leading edge of creation. Whether we are born into a third world country where millions are dying of starvation or come into a life experience with all of the abundance of life already ours, we are here to be creators. Life is a creative experience where we continually take thought beyond where it had been before.

Out of every adversity comes new creative technology, medical breakthroughs, deeper connections and understandings of our relationship to the world around us. It defuses our outrage and pity when we realize that all beings are continually moving between the physical and the non-physical side of life. The millions of souls that “die” every moment are simply reemerging into the non-physical and the millions of souls that are “born” each moment are choosing to emerge into the physical. It is on this third dimensional plane known as planet earth that there is the medium to create. In the non-physical, the  fourth dimension there is no time or space, there is always the joy of awareness in the now.

As creative spiritual beings, we love to experience both dimensions and are connected to both. Through this realization, we can serve the world by being a powerful co-creator with the souls on the non-physical side as they are here to serve us. Vibrationally, we are all part of the same system of life.

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