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Imre asks, “I wonder how many of you think of yourself dying – because it comes very soon.” Here came a most potent but beautiful challenge, that we take the time to think about what is going to happen to us when our physical body dies – everybody is going to die – it’s inescapable. We’ve all heard that if we’re good, we’ll go to Heaven and if we’re bad, we’ll go to Hell. But why, and how? Imre explains this and the definite steps we can take during life to work on our energy patterns which are what determine where we go after death – to hell, purgatory, the limbo states, or to the refined and glorious Realms of Divine Light – the Kingdom of God, or what in the East is called Nirvana.
So, the question is, “I’m going to die, maybe tomorrow or the day after – what then?” It’s the most important question of your life. Think about it now! It’s so vital. At least think about it.
The Death Experience:
I am standing on the sea shore. A ship is starting for the ocean. I watch her go until she fades from the horizon. Someone says, “She is gone.” Gone where? The loss of sight is in me, not in the ship.
At the moment someone says, “She is gone,” others are watching her coming.
Other voices say, “Here she comes!” Such is death.
Anonymous (Excerpt from Chapter 19, ‘Heavens and Hells of the Mind’ by Imre Vallyon)