Death Isn’t What It Appears To Be
Posted on December 8, 2011 by andreas m
By Andreas Moritz
For the majority of people on this planet, death still symbolizes the end of a life cycle, however short or long it might be.These angels who are currently living through the ‘dark night of their soul’ and are ‘causing’ death or harm to others and become known for this through the mass media, confront the rest of the people with their greatest of fears, the fear of death. Those souls who leave their physical form never actually ‘die’ against their will, although it may seem this way. Actually, it is the ego holding onto the cells of the body that triggers the fear of self-destruction. The ego holds the soul hostage within the body until a disease or injury caused by an accident or another person releases it and terminates the imprisonment.
The fear of loss of life makes the ego hang on to the body so desperately that it appears that dying is a struggle and worth fighting against, even if it means complete dependence on a life support machine for weeks and months. Those who opt for artificial life extension or allow others to make that decision for them are controlled by an attitude of ‘life at all costs’. Little do they realize that their brave souls are imprisoned by their physical vessel. Physicians who keep their patients alive against their wishes have a misguided sense of duty, which in turn originates from their own fear of death and ignorance of what death really means. Death is never a punishment, but most people take it to be one of the most awful things that could happen to them.
Therefore, when we hear about the murder of an innocent child we conclude that this must be something terrible for the child, shortcutting a life that could have had so much ahead of her/him. We do not realize that the soul had already accomplished all it needed and wanted to during its short stay in physical embodiment and was ready to move on to greater opportunities and accomplishments. In some cases, a child is born and will die from ‘crib death’ because it is a very young soul without any human experience and not yet ready to accept the challenges and trials of physical existence. Getting just a small taste of life is its soul’s purpose during this first attempt.
The greatest learning that such situations offer is meant for those who are left behind and not for the one that has left. The bereaved ones experience genuine loss. The grief, once again, becomes an intimate reminder of the original loss of life, and is yet another opportunity to get closer to the realization that this loss is an illusion too. Children who died at birth or soon after will be conceived again within a short time, if this is their desire, and be born in a physical body that will support their purity, profound sensitivity and high-level energy.
Death is the greatest teacher of all. As long as we fear death and don’t know it for what it really is, we cannot truly live, and parts of us keep dying as life goes on. But every death is a blessing in disguise, for it brings us a little closer to immortality, our own immortality.
Those blessed people who work with the dying have much respect for, and very little fear of, death. When there is no more fear of loss, death loses its mystery altogether. It then reveals to us that the Great Separation or Great Death was the illusion we had to create in order to undo it again and recognize our immortality. Eventually, we will realize that we can live for as long as we choose. We are born with the vague recollection of this truth. There are already some humans upon this Earth whose bodies cannot be hurt or harmed in any way. Bullets would go right through them. Three-dimensional objects have no effect on their fourth and fifth dimensional light bodies. Their physical selves no longer vibrate on the third dimensional level and are, therefore, indestructible; yet they remain visible to the physical eye like every other object.
Fear of death or anything else exists only in the domain of duality of third dimensional existence. These fears make us vulnerable to what we fear. If we are afraid of anthrax, chemtrails or other destructive experiments by the governments, they are likely to affect us. Those who have no more fear, and therefore are truly of the light and the dark, can experience the world remaining unaffected and immune to any harmful influence. We tend to point fingers at those who destroy our natural environment and pollute our air and water because we are afraid that this will make us ill or kill us. In truth, it is the fear within which makes us susceptible to any sort of external assault. Without our (unconscious) permission, the radiation from a nuclear power plant or the carcinogens from a chemical factory could not touch or harm us in any way.
Collectively, we have created these realities of illusion in order to move into our indestructible light bodies. Our genetic material (DNA/RNA) is of a crystalline substance that has the power and ability to transmute anything we do not need or want, including deadly viruses. Pollutants, toxins and even super bugs all consist of molecular structures in various formations. The crystalline substance of our own light body can break down into base particles any molecular structure and reassemble it into crystalline purity, provided we have no fear or we trust and know that we can do this. Moreover, we all can do this, as has been documented, for example, by the Japanese molecular scientist Masaru Emoto. In his book Messages From Water, he demonstrates through illustrated research that mere thought or emotion impacts the world around you in the most profound way. He showed that the dark and amorphous structure of polluted water with no crystalline structures could quickly become a highly organized white hexagonal crystal-within-a-crystal if exposed to positive human thoughts. A negative thought, on the other hand, can break up the crystalline structures of water and distort and pollute it. The same principle applies to the food we eat, the blood that runs through our veins, the air we breathe, and all the things that come to us and touch us. What we believe or fear these influences will do to us, they exactly do to us, but not otherwise.
We are perfectly capable of blessing all things with our essence and thus lifting them up to vibrate on the same crystalline level as we are. By contrast, we can lower their vibration with our belief that they cause us harm. There is nothing outside us making this choice for us. We influence everything that comes near us and determine how it affects us. The belief of being a victim prevents us from using our indestructible light bodies. It robs us of the ability to use our endless, inherent powers. Instead of transmuting what we do not want in our lives, including physical death, we blame external influences, people, fate, the devil or even God for our suffering and eventual demise. Yet deep within we know that being a powerless victim doesn’t make any sense at all.
Settling for a perspective in which death is a necessity is foreign to every human being on Earth. Instinctively we know that life doesn’t need to end. This is especially true for babies and young people. When we grow older, our ego resists the notion that we can live forever. Much of this resistance is caused by guilt. We feel guilty for living because of having done so many ‘wrong’ things in life, and unconsciously we look for ways to terminate the guilt, through growing old and dying.
This is an excerpt from my book LIFTING THE VEIL OF DUALITY