Understanding Reincarnation and the Afterlife: Unveiling the Truth
This article is a summary of a YouTube video "How Does Reincarnation and the Afterlife Really Work?" by Tom Campbell
TLDR The speaker believes in the existence of an afterlife and reincarnation based on their personal experiences of going out of body and observing the transitions between lives.
The speaker suggests that they have gained insights into the afterlife through their out-of-body experiences, which they started exploring even before pursuing their PhD in physics.
The speaker claims to have firsthand knowledge of the afterlife and reincarnation through their own experiences of going out of body and observing the transitions between lives.
We are individuated units of consciousness that log on to a virtual reality, where we only give a piece of ourselves with our quality of consciousness, allowing for potential evolution.
According to this perspective, when our physical body dies, the "free will awareness unit" ceases to exist as the boundary between individual consciousness and free will dissolves.
"I can see people in this room that are both dead and alive." - A dying atheist's experience of seeing both living and dead people challenges traditional beliefs about the afterlife.
The belief that we find our way to the same consciousness again and again after leaving this reality sparks curiosity about the meaning behind our experiences and the possibility of meeting loved ones again.
Our entire existence, including our thoughts, feelings, experiences, and dreams, is stored in a comprehensive database, allowing us to learn from our past lives and plan for personal growth.
Interactions with deceased loved ones may be influenced by the larger consciousness system, which plays the role of the deceased individual based on their database.