BECAUSE you are so convinced you are real, you can’t possibly imagine a life after death that does not include you as an essential part of it. The fear of you not being anymore is simply too terrifying to contemplate. But as unimaginable as it seems, you do not survive death – not as the ‘you’ you know yourself to be – for the truth is, you are not who you think you are.

Your separate name and individual self that you so protectively nurture, is in reality insignificant and totally dispensable, your human story so trivial, your survival or non-survival so unimportant, that you will not even be worth remembering once your life is over. What you do, how you act, whether you are good or bad or otherwise, matters not one iota in the scheme of things.

There is no condemnation, no penalties, no hell – and no heaven for you. You find that very confronting and inconceivable in your present state of mind, where you firmly believe you are so utterly important, but that is an illusion caused by your belief that you are real.

You simply can’t bear to face the truth that you really don’t exist at all, and never have – you are an illusion, an apparition in the mind of God. What is and does continue to exist is God, and only God, nothing else – and you are God.

The notion that ‘you are God’ doesn’t sit well with your self perception, for to you, God is just another person, separate from the person that you are. This God that you are told you are, is so far removed from your present idea of who you are, that you have not the courage nor the mental capability to even contemplate such a truth.

But you do continue forever – as God – not as you presently know yourself to be, and that thought deeply confuses you. You just can’t comprehend the fact that someone else, supposedly out there or up there somewhere, a person you don’t sense in any way as being you at all, is who you truly are, and not your pseudo self that is in this moment, trying so confusedly to understand it all…

Dan’s Quote: “Your true eternal existence is so overwhelming and sacred,
______________that in comparison, your mundane human life is inconsequential.” 


About Dan Brand

Blog writer and author of Mind WorX-An Inside Story, a philosophical look into life's mysteries.

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