I must make something very very clear to all of you. Somehow some of you thought that I “believe” there is nothing beyond death when I wrote the post titled, “What Is The Point?”.
What I was referring to are the FACTS about this realm. It is a fact all of us are birthed, then time passes, and at the end of our Journey, we die. Our physical vehicles die but not our spiritual bodies. We are Energy and Energy is impossible to destroy. It is just transformed to another state of Being when the physical body dies.
What I don’t understand is how anyone who reads my work can think I don’t believe in life after death. My writing is filled, years worth, with words that shout that life is Eternal and life is precious. At this time in my life, of course I am questioning the “reason for life” formed from the acute pain in my Heart.
In “What Is The Point?” I was asking the question WHY we are even here on this planet in this realm in the first place. That post had nothing to do with what I believe or not believe.
So are we now clear? I thought perhaps I had muddied my writing because of the intense emotional state I wrote that post from but I read it again and again and I just did not see anywhere that I stated I don’t believe in life after death. I do believe in life after death. My goodness I had a NDE in 1984 that proves there is life after death. That story, however, is not for today … (smile)
I don’t talk “religion” here or anywhere. I live a spiritual life in Flow, one in which I share my Heart with others, help others, and live as an example of Love as best I can. What I believe is very personal to me and that’s the way it stays.
Also as a little girl when I was about 5 years old, I had an OBE where I found myself in another realm with other children and with Jesus. For me to remember this day very clearly right up to the present day is quite substantial, and for a 5 year old to say she met Jesus, someone she didn’t even “know”, again that is exceptional. Unfortunately I was not believed. You, on the other hand, have the freedom to believe what you like today.
Jesus taught me and all the other children Love and that, bottom line, is how I strive to live my day, every day. This beautiful, Joy-filled man, who rocked each of us on his lap as he wiped our tears away, had nothing to do with religion but everything to do with Love. Perhaps one day I’ll tell that tale but not today … (smile)
Now if this post is not clear enough to tell you that oh yeah I do believe in life after death, I don’t know how else to say it to you. I’m also giving you a heads up warning today that some of my posts in the future may be volatile or emotional due to the extremity of my life’s reality. The good news is (OH YAY!) I seem to be Balancing out lately so you may not have to endure a blast of heavy emotions from me.
Thank goodness as some would say! Drum roll please. Could it be possible I’m circling back to what I know to be “normal?” As if I could possibly be classified as normal. Shudder. Don’t even!
It is not my intention with this post to insult or hurt anyone here. I value and cherish all of you as dear friends. You have been absolutely beyond doubt the best support system I could have ever asked for since my triple tragedy befell me. I was just so shaken up to think that I was misunderstood and that is why I wrote this post for clear clarification. Are we all on the same page now? (smile)
Photography/ “Clarification” /October 2017©AmyRose
Photographs taken at Como Lake Park, NY.