What happens when we die? This is one of the biggest questions we have as human beings. Some people think we head up to the pearly gates of heaven to beg for entry so we can see our loved ones again. Some people think we can go to hell to suffer for eternity for our sins (if there really is a hell, I may be in trouble). Others think we just go back to the same place we were before we were born—nothingness.
I personally would love it to be like the movie Defending Your Life, in which Albert Brooks and Meryl Streep spend purgatory watching clips of their lives while attorneys and judges debate whether they should move on to heaven or go back to Earth to try to “right their wrongs.” All the while, they eat whatever they want, have sex with whomever they want, and go to the “Past Lives Pavilion” to see who they were in prior lives. It would certainly be a great way to spend purgatory.
However, as wonderful as that sounds, that is not what I think happens when we die. While high, one of the more intense visions I had was about what happens when we pass on (this was on the night when I had my first out-of-body experience).
As I mentioned earlier, I believe our soul has other souls that are near or around us, like planets to a sun. Some souls are closer to us and easier to connect to, and others are far away and harder to connect to. My vision was that when we die, our soul leaves our bodies and all of our energy disperses into the other souls around us, similar to a sun exploding and its remnants disbursing to the planets rotating around it. Those closest to us—our family and friends—would likely be the ones who receive more of our soul than others. However, I think there is a possibility that random people can also receive part of our souls. I’m calling this my “soul-dispersing theory,” and I think it’s as good of a theory as any out there!
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