What really happens after you die? OK let me explain,I belive in God&Jesus,but also I belive in other religions.So I'm asking this because I want to know what other people belive/think/know.I belive that anything is possible.I belive vampires could exist and that their are just wackos that like to drink blood,I belive in spirts&demons and I belive in "unfinished buisseness". So,WHAT REALLY HAPPENS AFTER YOU DIE?
Simply a Rose to brighten your day, And maybe lessen the cares in your way; And also, too, to help you to know, That in knowing you, many others grow! "What happens when you die?"
When you die you simply "graduate" from one state of existence to the next along a path toward the eventual reunion of God.
What's on the other side of death's door?
On the other side of death's door is a state of awareness where we contemplate our life experiences. We decide where we have succeeded or failed in our intended goals of previous incarnations. We then decide when to incarnate again and under what conditions, probabilities and circumstances that incarnation will take place.
When all the necessary incarnations have taken place for us to attain our goals, we then gravitate back into the Oneness of God allowing for the fulfillment thereof.
"Do you feel reincarnated?"
I don't know how one would feel to feel reincarnated. The memory of previous incarnations is not normally available to a reincarnated entity.
I, personally, believe in reincarnation. I think it explains many things that occur in life that are otherwise unexplainable.
"Reincarnation and Christ?"
Reincarnation was an accepted belief in Jesus time. An example is when the disciples asked Jesus "Master, who did sin, this man or his parents that he should be born blind?" The only way the man could have sinned to be born blind was if he had sinned in a previous incarnation!
"God and Reincarnation?"
I believe that God is a Creative Entity, Energy or Force that is found in a state of awareness outside of the universe and time.
I believe that God chose to morph part of Itself into minute particles of Itself described as entities or spirits and gave them the purpose to go forth and experience, gain knowledge and eventually return into the Oneness of God.
I believe that those collective entities created the universe and, utilizing evolution as a tool, created that that is life so that they could inhabit various bodies in order to gain experience and knowledge.
Prior to incarnating into a physical body the entity chooses what it wants to accomplish and what the probable circumstances involving that body and its environment will be. When the situation is right the entity then begins to dwell within the physical body, probably around the time of its birth.
When the body dies the entity dwells in a state of awareness where it can see whether it met its goals and what gains and losses it may have attached to its being. It then, again, decides what future goals it wants to achieve and reincarnates when the conditions are appropriate.
Ultimately, after incarnating as many times as necessary to attain its goals, the entity gravitates back into the Oneness of God adding to the fulfillment thereof.
I chose to be born, to live or die, Even the sex, that would be I; I chose the race, from which to appear, Also my wealth, my health and my fear.
I chose my trials and stumbling blocks, And the legs I would use, in all of those walks; I chose my sadness, my joy and my love, I chose to serve and not be above.
I chose this life with all of its dues, And with each dawn, again I choose; The experiences for me that wait ahead, To be alive, or be claimed dead.
And of the future lives I've yet, It is my choice that I begat; All the things, however pleasin', That shall befall me in those seasons.
The above is my opinion which is expounded upon in my treatise A Search For Truth:
From my chosen path I stray, Yet my God never turns away; For I have learned -- and understand, That where God is -- is where I am!
Every culture makes an attempt to answer this question. The person whom I trust most, described it in what I take to be metaphorical language: A "house" with "many rooms" where we live in greater harmony with the Creator, or a place, that's been described as a lake of fire, of terrible separation from the Creator. Now, I don't think there is a literal house, with plumbing, and insulation in the walls, Neither do I think there is a literal lake of fire. These a Jesus' way of describing to us realities that we have no basis for understanding. What I don't believe is that we earn anything in an afterlife. I believe that we are granted the grace of God, if we ask for it. On the other hand, if we refuse His grace, we are choosing separation from God...a separation so terrible that Jesus described it as like being in a fire. Now, do I KNOW all that in some way that can be experientially proved? No. But I am confident enough in the testimony of one who I trust, that I'll act on it.
There's a story that give an illustration:
A man goes for a walk with his dog to visit a sick friend. He leaves his dog outside and goes into the cottage of his friend. Periodically that dog whines, and scratches at the door. The friend, knowing his visitor to be a man of faith, says, "My doctor tells me that I am dieing, Do you fear death?" The visitor said, "No, I don't fear death." The sick man asks, "Why not? Isn't it the great unknown? Don't you fear what you don't know." The visitor thought for a moment and said, "Do you hear my dog? He's never crossed your threshold. Yet he doesn't fear entering here, because he knows that his master is on the other side of the door."
I'm a spirtualist, so I beleive when we die, we go somewhere else, to see the life we had, the mistakes we made and see if we learnt by them...
also, we can go onto be someones guide, just 'chill' in the spirit world, we can work, we can 'come back', basically...I believe life is a path, and we should do it to the best of our abilitys and when our bodies die, we transend to the next level...
but this is simply a faith, like any religion, I have no proof, I don't force it on anyone else, but it suits me fine and makes sense to me..
some call the spirit world heaven, some call the 'goverenr' god...just because different people call it by different names, the essence is the same...
but the truth is, no one on here can really answer that, all they can do is tell you what they believe...but then that's what a faith is...it's believing something when you can't prove it...
"if you are a christian, you go to heaven, if not, you go to hell. no "unfinished business" you dont turn into a ghost, you either go up or down. its your choice, accept Jesus and go to heaven, or live in ignorance and go to heaven."
Including all those billions of people who were unfortunate enough to never even hear of christianity. Merciful, huh?
"please dont take that the wrong way as some people do, im not judging you telling you to give up your live, im just telling what I believe. :D"
Sure. Telling people that they're going to suffer horrible torment for all eternity because they don't believe what you believe doesn't come across as judgemental at all.
Well Jesus claims that he is the only way to get to God in heaven. So if you believe Jesus then none of that other stuff that claims to get you to heaven is true.
The bible says if you aren't saved and made righteous by Jesus then you can't be one with God and you will be thrown into hell.
I'm not sure exactly what happens immediately after we die, but we are going to be judged and after that I'm sure then everybody will be in heaven or hell.
"if you are a christian, you go to heaven, if not, you go to hell. no "unfinished business" you dont turn into a ghost, you either go up or down. "
For one thing, this statement is not supported by the Bible.
Also, when you say "up or down" I hope you're talking figuratively. We now know what is above and below us, and it isn't heaven or hell.
I beliive that when we die
there will be a book of judgement and it will tell us if we are worthy of entering the gates of heaven if we are not eliginle to enter then we will be lead to the gates of hell an thrown into the river of fire an yep thats mai thought of what can possibly and truthfully happen=]
I believe in reincarnation & ghost, but hey I'm sure no one is telling you anything you don't already know. Just do research & find what you believe in, No one can force you into believing in any thing, just simply tell you what they believe in or brainwash you into it.
Nobody can tell you, because nobody knows. You'll just have to wait and find out.
its your choice, accept Jesus and go to heaven, or live in ignorance and go to heaven.
Wow... so its WIN WIN afterall.
Any belief in life after death is based purely on faith, not knowledge or experience. There is no evidence, or anything, to indicate that humans enter another form of existence of consciousness after we die.
All evidence shows that death is the final permanent end of life and the consciousness it supports.
Speculations about some kind of after life are just wishful thinking.
you fbecome a guiding spirit for the living or reflect on your life and then reincarnated.
Nothing. Death is the end of your consciousness. Sad but almost certainly true.