The Bardo Experience and Death Journey

The Bardo Experience and Death Journey




My passion in the paranormal world of a psychic medium has given me a lot of insight about the time of action of leaving this earth plane, what it is really like to die and what different souls experience. When I do a reading for some one I try to create rapport with their loved ones in spirit. Some times those spirits give me visions of their death journey, of what happened when they died. Some times it gets a little intense when that happens! I have looked straight down the barrel of a gun, had water fill up a car with me in it, felt the terrible pain of a heart attack and more. Some times when a medium resonates too much this happens.

The spirits that come in with my clients want to reassure those left behind that there is more after we leave this plane. Life does go on, it is just focused in a different vicinity.

They talk about the cycle of life, death and rebirth and why we go by this over and over. Which is the time of action of evolving our selves to higher and higher levels of consciousness and awareness.

The angels around me explain some of the time of action too. They teach the physical body has a very early brain all its own.

For the most part it does not want to change form. Nothing living wants to change form, a mouse wants to stay being a mouse. It doesn’t want to become a meal for a cat and then be a part of that cat. Our early brain sees things a little different than our soul. It sees death as the enemy to be conquer. It is the supreme punishment we give our criminals and the worst we think could happen to someone is to die before their time.

In my conversations with spirits, I asked them why they thought a loving, caring, wise Creator would let harm come to the innocent and let them die very young or before their time.

They told me that as far as God is concerned the person who dies is merely walking out of one movie and into another. There is no loss of life. Maybe you change the means of expression, but the life does go on.

The death course of action is fascinating and is really a birth into the spirit world.

I have a spirit guide or teacher that relayed when a new baby is born they are dying to the spirit world to be born here. Just as every birth is an individual course of action, some are faster, easier than others, so are deaths.

If you know someone who is in the time of action of moving on to the other side there are a few things you can do to help them.

For one thing don’t try to keep up them back, if they can hear you just say something like “we love you and when you are ready it is OK to move on into the light”. If they can’t hear you mentally send out those thoughts.

For three days after the death try to focus on their spiritual journey, instead of your loss. Pray or imagine that they are surrounded by light and love. Light a candle and place it by their picture. Symbolically lighting the way for their journey.

It is natural to mourn the loss of a loved one, after all that exact physical expression will never again be duplicated. Just trust that this change is a part of our souls journey and we need to go by these phases to evolve to higher levels of consciousness. The way that we meet this challenge is a big part of our souls dream, to not fear the unknown. Rather to trust our souls guidance system.

I have more information on my web site about the phases of the death journey and I would love to hear your comments about my article and your own experiences helping someone cross over or your personal near death experience.

(c) copyright April 2010 by MarVeena Meek




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