My friend, Laura, asked me this question when I first started writing my book. She had read a few of the chapters and one of the death scenes struck a chord with her. Surprised by the question, I told her; “Yes, I die in each lifetime.” She was reading one of my more difficult lives as Isabella. I am editing this chapter today. Her story is Chapter 10 “Isabella Wright” from my book Life is Just another Class – One Soul’s Journey through Past Life Regression. Isabella was a slave in the late 1600’s. Isabella died a very traumatic death, so painful; it took four years until I remembered anything beyond her death scene.
I cannot come back – reincarnate – if I do not die. It is part of the circle of life on Earth. You live and then you die. Everything dies. Some insects only live for a day. Flowers bloom, die and are reborn through the seeds they leave behind. Even rocks die (in a sense) when they are turned into dust and mud. Nevertheless, even they are reborn as pressure and heat combine to push down on the mud to form it into a new rock thousands of years later.
I do not know why so many people are afraid of death. Maybe we are conditioned into thinking that death is a bad thing. From the human perspective, it is. It is hard to see someone die. It is hard missing them when they are gone. It can be very hard. I had a friend die this week that I loved, respected and admired. She fought a battle with brain cancer and lost.
Even re-experiencing death first-hand through past life regression, it still is not easy when someone dies. It never seems fair from our human perspective.
But I know she is in a better place. I know when she died she probably felt relieved to be free of her cancer. I know she probably hung around to check on the children she left behind. I know she will probably remember there is no time and know that, in moments, her children will be grown and they will join her in Heaven one day. I know she most likely saw her guardian angel and other angels waiting to help her as she left her body behind. I know if she has not already, she will see a beautiful, growing light that she will feel compelled to enter. I know that many loved ones who have passed before her will be waiting in the light to welcome her back into Heaven. I know they will shower her with love as she enters the light. I know that she can come back to check on her loved ones when they think of her.
She may even be standing in spirit behind me now. It certainly feels this way. (I had goose bumps on the back of neck when I wrote these sentences.)
I know all this because I re-experienced all of the above when I remembered many of my past lives. I saw all of this from a spirit point of view.
Our parents warned us from a very young age to be careful with our lives. They told us not to do this or not to do that or else we may die. There is a long list of written and unwritten rules barring us from our supposed demise.
But we really do not die, we are eternal spirits. We are here to learn life lessons to help us grow spiritually. If you listen to Esther Hicks (www.abraham-hicks.com) you will have inevitably heard her say that we are always “alive and alive” and that we are never truly dead.
I have re-experienced many of my past life deaths. I have died many different ways including being drowned, shot, burned and hung. Yet, I am still here.
It still does not make it easy when a friend dies. See you on the other side Grace. Love you.
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