Moment of Death

Please repost with this link at the top:  Reposted from The Awakening Website

At the Moment of Death, you are instantly surrounded by a high consciousness.

At that same Moment, your Self is suddenly moving all around.  A feeling of incredible freedom and lightness overtakes it as it becomes accustomed to all of the movement that takes place with every thought you have.

In a very short time, your Self realizes that you can go anywhere at the Speed of Thought.

So you learn that you can exist wherever you want to exist.  You can exist, observe and perform activities in different places simultaneously, without difficulty.

At the Moment of Death, you remember the single most important thing you should have remembered well before that Moment – that ‘all effect is created by thought.’  You always get what you want because you are a holy being that is Divinely creating reality as you are experiencing it.

We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience.
Teilhard de Chardin

As a holy being, you wanted to experience the magnificence of this Moment in every minute detail.  And there are only two ways in which you can do that – Time and Space.

In the third dimension, the Time lapse between thought and creation can be days, weeks, months, or even years.  And it is this lapse in Time, which creates the illusion that things are happening to you, instead of because of you.

One tries to understand, in the higher plane, how the order is. The order is there, where the big elements combine and guide existence. But, in the minute elements, this order is not perceptible.  Albert Einstein

While we are incarnate in a physical body, we find it very difficult to create from our own individual awareness.  So we surrender to the collective human consciousness, whether it serves us or not.  And the Universe knows nothing, except how to grant our wishes.  But, when we are not incarnate within a body, there is no delay between thought and creation because we’re outside of the parameter of Time.

When we are in Spirit, the results of our thoughts are instantaneous.  So we come to know and understand very quickly that we choose what we experience.  The truth that ‘our thoughts create reality’ becomes obvious to us.  We can return to the comfort of God, our source, whenever we wish. We can do this before we leave our body or after our death.  And, if we can remember this truth in this Moment, our whole life will change.

If we could remember this truth in this Moment, we would be joyful, no matter what our circumstances are.  And, because Time is now speeding up, we would soon discover that, what we are being brings us the things we want.  Knowledge does not follow experience – it precedes it.  It’s called Creation.

Whatever the present moment contains, accept it as if you had chosen it. Eckhart Tolle

In the ‘afterlife’, your perspective expands by quantum leaps and bounds. And this expanded perspective allows you to understand the things that you do not now understand.  This fills you with awe and anticipation, wonder and excitement, joy and exhilaration.

If you experienced the afterlife for one Moment, having come to it with your grandest thought about yourself and God, your source energy, you would smile. 

The truth is that there IS no journey.  You are Not moving through Time and Space.  Time and Space are moving through YOU – in this Moment.

It is the Master who knows this.  And it is this under-standing that ends his struggle.

Because he knows that he can move in and out of ecstasy whenever he chooses, he doesn’t need to feel ecstasy in order to be joyful.  He is joyful simply knowing that ecstasy exists.

The Game of Life is not a depressing treadmill. It’s a glorious reaffirmation of the utter magnificence of God and all of Life.  And you have complete Freedom of Choice as you move though the evolution. That is what God’s up to!  So, at the Moment of Death…

…you go on living.

Video:  http://www.youtube.com/giselefrederich

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Inspired by the book Conversations With God: An Uncommon Dialogue – Book 3, Neale Donald Walsch, Hamptom Roads Publishing Company Inc., 1998

15 Responses to “Moment of Death”


  1. 1 Deanne March 31, 2011 at 8:55 pm

    A beautiful post and a nice way to end my evening. Thank you!

  2. 2 Lezlee April 1, 2011 at 2:49 am

    Wonderful, thank you. Really enjoyed the Abraham Hicks vid at the end too ~ put quite a few things into perspective for me, clarified self-love and re-affirmed things I have been working on.
    Namaste x

  3. 3 gtkgtk2@hotmail.com April 1, 2011 at 10:31 pm

    Beautiful post…..! I love it….

  4. 4 Roni Lipstein April 2, 2011 at 7:47 am

    Magnificence!

    Thank YOU for sharing yOUR insightFull words of LOVE’s wisdom with and for the BEnefit of ALL of WE 🙂

    BLISSedly BE Angel Goddess

  5. 6 Deborah J. Boyd April 19, 2011 at 11:08 am

    It is hard for humans to achieve unconditional love. Our pets are pretty good at it. Unless taught otherwise, babies are good at it. We do not need to live very long until someone begins to tell us things that are more opinion than fact.
    A parent is responsible for the love and care of a child until the child can deal with the world on it’s own. This is where we see a difference in our animal self and our human self. Our animal self protects the child from any and all threats as we perceive them. In the animal world it is very natural for the parent to see the child become independent as soon as possible because wild animals are constantly threatened by starvation and death from another animal.
    As a human we extend parenting further and further as we develop our brains and spirits.
    In the days of Jesus it was common for marriage to take place as early as 12 and many people died before 40. Today it may be that parenting continues until age 30 (if a child goes to obtain a PhD)and some live beyond 100.
    As a Rosicrucian I believe that death is but a transition.
    Love & Peace, Deborah

  6. 7 James Foy January 4, 2012 at 11:24 am

    Thanks a lot for this amazing article; you are great.

    For quite sometime, I have been wondering about the possibility of an afterlife, rather it be religious or my own self-paradise. Scientific evidence pointed towards NDE (Near-death experience) as a chemical reaction within the brain, but doesn’t explain a remarkable case that happened to this young women who apparently, “died.” This occurred at the operating table in a hospital facility because she had a brain tumor that was removed. During this process, though, she witnessed the entire operation, but her eyes, ears, and other senses were simply closed off. Even until this day, no scientist can throw some half-baked explanation at it, mainly because how detailed she was in explaining the situations to her doctors.

    Don’t let Atheists or other people get you down by saying “there’s no life after death.” In order for that to be proven, we must also know “how we got here.”

  7. 9 Shrini May 30, 2012 at 10:44 am

    Hi Vicky, I am wondering about a few things and wanted to run them by you.

    When we die would we realize we are dead?
    Would we remember our incarnations, past and future?
    If ssay it’s my last birth would I remain as Shrini after death or would that identity go away and I would take some form?

    I am intrigued by these and interested in knowing your thoughts.

    • 10 Vicky Anderson May 31, 2012 at 10:07 pm

      Greetings Shrini

      I’m going to cite a paragraph from the book Conversations With God: Book 3, by Neil Donald Walsh:

      “In the time after your death, you may choose to have every question you ever had – answered. And you may choose to open yourself to new questions you never dreamed existed. You may choose to experience Oneness with All That Is. And you will have a chance to decide what you wish to be, do and have next.”

      Much love,

  8. 11 Shrini July 13, 2012 at 10:50 am

    Hello Vicky, I just finished reading your book ‘The Awakening’. It was really good. I am now reading An autobiography of a Yogi by Paramhansa Yogananda.
    One question: do you think kriya yoga has potential to burn away sins of the past lives? I am an AA and I believe steps 4,5,6,7,8 and 9 done honestly can wipe away the sins of the past of this life. But a particular yoga practise? With no amends? I am interested in knowing your thoughts. Love, Shrini

    • 12 Vicky Anderson July 14, 2012 at 4:16 pm

      Hello Shrini,

      I’m reading that book right now too! I love it! Yes, I believe very much in all of the yoga practices – especially bhakti and kriya. Make time to practice them. You will not be disappointed.

      Love,

  9. 13 Shrini July 14, 2012 at 7:22 am

    Oops never mind. I got it wrong. It talks about spiritual evolution, not burning out sins.

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