TODAY’S QUESTION continues our exploration of the continuity of identity.
In an earlier ASK RAYMOND, you said that after death, we are all “absorbed into the light,” what does that mean to you?
Click on the video above to hear the answer.
The Life Review & Being “Absorbed Into the Light”
On Monday, Raymond talked about how during the life review, people report reviewing their lives from the perspective of others, especially those whom they hurt during their lives.
The life review is a process of developing and deepening empathy and appears to be an important part of how we grow as “souls.”
In this short response, Raymond describes being “absorbed into the light” as a process of unification that appears to occur after we die as our individual identities dissolve in some ways while at the same time, a core identity does, indeed, remain.
Why does that individuality continue to exist? His answer is a little surprising.
This week’s responses from Raymond are relatively short.
If you are left with more questions, please feel free to send them into us at firstname.lastname@example.org and Raymond will get to them as soon as he can.
You can also send questions for Jeffery Olsen and Dr, O’Driscoll to that address, so they can incorporate the answers into their live webinar presentation on December 4. Or you can ask your questions live that night.
Thanks, everyone!- Lisa Smartt
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