Death is usually described as the end of life; in my dictionary it states ‘extinction or cessation of life’. This is increasingly the stance taken by our ‘leading’ figures in our society, from the media, scientists, politicians, stars of entertainment and culture. However, for those of us who have explored and are continuing to search out the truths of existence, we know that one word is missing from these descriptions – physical. It should read the end of physical or material life.
It is one of the saddest things in what is called the ‘developed’ world, to see so many people who have not the capacity to take on board the spiritual aspect to their lives. The one thing they never seem to do is to test and explore for themselves.
Physical death will come to us all, but then we will find that we will be in our natural environment, in the Spirit World, where we came from and where we always return. The manner of our passing may be feared, but not so the passing of our physical bodies, for we take on our Spirit form and will journey beyond the stars.