Do you have a question you would like to ask? My guests, columnists, and I are all glad to answer your questions. This month we are featuring Dr. Melvin Morse who has researched pediatric NDEs and the science of intuition.
Actually, the idea of *never* ceasing to exist, ever, not after a million billion trillion quadrillion quintillion etc etc years, sounds Hellish to me. What’s the endgame here? Are we supposed to merge back with the Creator, or…?
Melvin and I decided to answer your question together in this short video. Thank you so much for asking it!
I have a question about the emotional state of people after they die and are in the afterlife. Do those who have passed on, forgive people whom they believe have committed real and/or imagined acts against them?
I’m asking this because I’ve had family members pass away who were always upset with other family for various and sundry slights or actions they believed were committed against them. I want to believe that those family are at peace now, having forgotten or forgiven others. Also, it would give me peace to know they are happy.
Holly Fox Vellekoop, MSN
My impression is that the life review in the experience of the dying is a sort of clearing process where all that gets sorted out and understood at another level. So, in sum, I don’t think people take grudges into the next life as they undergo a life review first.
The life review process changes the person’s consciousness and releases them into a much more forgiving and unconditionally loving state of mind.
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