My Comments And Afterthoughts On My Earlier Post – "Is There Really Life After Death?"
Life after death is something that can be easy for some people to accept, while others are not really sure – even skeptical about it. Albert Einstein said “Energy
cannot be created or destroyed, it can only be changed from one form to another.”
Since science has told us that our bodies are made of energy! This energy, which is part of your soul, is released from your body at the time of death. So where does this energy go? Because according to Albert Einstein, energy cannot be destroyed, but only changes form.
What this means is that the energy of your body (your soul or spirit) is released from your body at the time of death. At this point, your soul rises upwards, where you are met by your loved ones and guardian angels!
Life after death can be a scary thing to believe in for people who come from religious backgrounds where reincarnation is considered sinful or wrong to believe.
People who are raised in these cultures often battle with a little voice in the back of their head that says “This is against God to believe in this and you will burn in hell for believing this way”
This little voice comes from years of cultural programing that has been a part of the beliefs of that culture for hundreds of years. In cultures where the religion embraces life after death, reincarnation is accepted as truth, and something that is not even given a second thought.
People who consider themselves Atheist or Agnostic often have trouble accepting the idea of life after death, because to their way of thinking, it may not seem logical.
But one only needs to reflect back on the words of Albert Einstein: “Energy cannot be created or destroyed, it can only be changed from one form to another” to realize that there is scientific logic to the concept of reincarnation.
I believe in life after death. I believe my mother came to me early one morning about a year ago when I was sitting at my computer between 4:00 and 4:30 am one morning when I was waiting to go to work. I was sitting in the dark with just the computer light, and I heard a bing bing noise. I looked over at my pencil sharpener, that I have a broken rubber band around, and I saw it being pulled out and released, making a bing bing noise. I did say, “Mom is that you? Are you here? That was all I got, I had to leave for work.