Life and Death

Posted by Maria Certo on Monday, August 16, 2010

Life and Death are interchangable.

They are one in the same.

To some this may sound absurd.

They take on different meanings depending on how we view them.

Death to some may mean the end to all things.

Death for others may mean the wonderous and joyous reunion with God and with all those they have loved.

Life to some may mean difficulty, challenge, suffering and arduous work to reach
a higher level of self to experience joy and love.

 This the Truth of Life.

The soul must go through life to seek all it has to offer to ultimately prepare for Its release from the physical body to return home.

Home with God in ITS Purest form!

Others may view life as one huge party waiting to cease to enter into the oblivion.

This viewpoint is one that holds no comprehension in the belief of God and in the dimension of the Otherside.

For those who don't believe in life after death, that is a choice and it is ok, as it is all part of the soul's journey.

There are those whom are afraid to die even when they believe in God.

Why are we afraid to die?

This is because the intergration in the depth and beauty that lies beyond this life with God has not yet been fully processed.

It cannot be processed in the mind. Its meaning is much too profound for the mind to grasp.

It can only be felt deep in one's heart.

It is a knowing that cannot be dismissed by science, logic or experiments in a lab.

This knowing is the soul's memory of the otherside prior to incarnation.

Life is the rebirth of the soul.

The soul has Always existed. 

It decides to enter into the physical realm for learning.

The soul wants to Experience ITSELF.

Earth is where this experience of SELF takes form.

There is no death in life, rather a transition of matter into spirit form.

Death releases the soul from the restraints it has placed ITSELF in to travel
through the school of life.

The essence of the Soul in all its beauty remains Eternal in the Infinite and timeless energy of God!








"It is not all of life to live, nor yet all of death to die.
For life and death are one, and only those who will
consider the experiences as one may come to understand
or comprehend what indeed peace means".

~Edgar Cayce~
















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Life and Death

Posted by Maria Certo on Monday, August 16, 2010

Life and Death are interchangable.

They are one in the same.

To some this may sound absurd.

They take on different meanings depending on how we view them.

Death to some may mean the end to all things.

Death for others may mean the wonderous and joyous reunion with God and with all those they have loved.

Life to some may mean difficulty, challenge, suffering and arduous work to reach
a higher level of self to experience joy and love.

 This the Truth of Life.

The soul must go through life to seek all it has to offer to ultimately prepare for Its release from the physical body to return home.

Home with God in ITS Purest form!

Others may view life as one huge party waiting to cease to enter into the oblivion.

This viewpoint is one that holds no comprehension in the belief of God and in the dimension of the Otherside.

For those who don't believe in life after death, that is a choice and it is ok, as it is all part of the soul's journey.

There are those whom are afraid to die even when they believe in God.

Why are we afraid to die?

This is because the intergration in the depth and beauty that lies beyond this life with God has not yet been fully processed.

It cannot be processed in the mind. Its meaning is much too profound for the mind to grasp.

It can only be felt deep in one's heart.

It is a knowing that cannot be dismissed by science, logic or experiments in a lab.

This knowing is the soul's memory of the otherside prior to incarnation.

Life is the rebirth of the soul.

The soul has Always existed. 

It decides to enter into the physical realm for learning.

The soul wants to Experience ITSELF.

Earth is where this experience of SELF takes form.

There is no death in life, rather a transition of matter into spirit form.

Death releases the soul from the restraints it has placed ITSELF in to travel
through the school of life.

The essence of the Soul in all its beauty remains Eternal in the Infinite and timeless energy of God!








"It is not all of life to live, nor yet all of death to die.
For life and death are one, and only those who will
consider the experiences as one may come to understand
or comprehend what indeed peace means".

~Edgar Cayce~
















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Life and Death

Posted by Maria Certo on Monday, August 16, 2010

Life and Death are interchangable.

They are one in the same.

To some this may sound absurd.

They take on different meanings depending on how we view them.

Death to some may mean the end to all things.

Death for others may mean the wonderous and joyous reunion with God and with all those they have loved.

Life to some may mean difficulty, challenge, suffering and arduous work to reach
a higher level of self to experience joy and love.

 This the Truth of Life.

The soul must go through life to seek all it has to offer to ultimately prepare for Its release from the physical body to return home.

Home with God in ITS Purest form!

Others may view life as one huge party waiting to cease to enter into the oblivion.

This viewpoint is one that holds no comprehension in the belief of God and in the dimension of the Otherside.

For those who don't believe in life after death, that is a choice and it is ok, as it is all part of the soul's journey.

There are those whom are afraid to die even when they believe in God.

Why are we afraid to die?

This is because the intergration in the depth and beauty that lies beyond this life with God has not yet been fully processed.

It cannot be processed in the mind. Its meaning is much too profound for the mind to grasp.

It can only be felt deep in one's heart.

It is a knowing that cannot be dismissed by science, logic or experiments in a lab.

This knowing is the soul's memory of the otherside prior to incarnation.

Life is the rebirth of the soul.

The soul has Always existed. 

It decides to enter into the physical realm for learning.

The soul wants to Experience ITSELF.

Earth is where this experience of SELF takes form.

There is no death in life, rather a transition of matter into spirit form.

Death releases the soul from the restraints it has placed ITSELF in to travel
through the school of life.

The essence of the Soul in all its beauty remains Eternal in the Infinite and timeless energy of God!








"It is not all of life to live, nor yet all of death to die.
For life and death are one, and only those who will
consider the experiences as one may come to understand
or comprehend what indeed peace means".

~Edgar Cayce~
















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