What is life like after death?

It was about 1990. Leaving the body was becoming familiar to me, both at night during sleep and while awake during meditation.

I wanted to see where dead people go and how they live. I waited for an evening when I felt things were internally suitable for leaving the body.

I laid down and breathed in the way that I had learnt condenses the conscious and facilitates its extrication from the body via the crown centre.

The escort volunteered assistance as I had no idea where to go or how to get there.

We flew at speed through the layers, then traversed a layer of green landscape about one hundred feet above the ground. Below and ahead of me I could see a row of terrace houses with long narrow backyards and low paling fences.

We slowed our approach and stopped a short distance from the backyard of the nearest house in which a man was working in a vegetable garden. The escort indicated that I was visible to the gardener and that I may proceed ahead.

I approached the fence and exchanged a casual greeting with the gardener and some small talk about his garden.

Then I asked him, “So what’s life like after death?”

He looked at me incredulously and said, “There is no life after death”.

It was clear that he thought I was a nut and he did not want to talk with me anymore.

I was somewhat astonished. Here was a man in his afterlife telling me that there is no life after death.

I departed the scene with the escort and returned to my body to write down the event.

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2 Responses to What is life like after death?

  1. John Mondoe says:

    You mentioned breathing a particular way that you had learnt condenses the conscious and facilitates its extrication from the body via the crown centre. Can you explain the breathing?

  2. crossbow says:

    Yes John, I intend to explain the breathing method.

    It does not work on its own, but only when combined with the effort of the technique, so the technique must be further detailed first, then the breathing added to it.

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