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Channeling on Death and Dying: What is on the Other Side | EP06

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Once again, it is my privilege and pleasure to come and spend these few moments of your time.

Creation occurs in an ever-increasing set of limitations. So from the spiritual realm, there is intent: what is to be experienced. That comes into the mental framework of description, with the language and so forth, containing that. And then there descends to the emotional content that is contained within the description, that finally leads to the physical experience.

So to change something, one would therefore have to have either a different emotional response to the description, or one would have to change the description, or indeed even the language, in order to refine and disrupt the experience on the personal level of experience. So that is enough for us to begin.

Thank you, and thank you for being here with us again today, Mercredan. Today we'd like to start with a question around what really happens when you die a physical death, what is on the other side?

Let us offer a suggestion. There is a door in front of you. You open the door and step into the room. Whatever is going on in the room becomes part of the framework in which you experience what is happening. When you have had enough then you go to the door and step out. Once you have closed the door, what was going on inside the room is of no further consequence.

But the you that opened the door and the you that stands in this place now have similarities. One was before experience and the other is after experience. What one has learned from the experience is that one has had inside the room.

So essentially what occurs in birth is one is brought into a room of experience. And what occurs at death is one leaves the room of experience having gained some insights and learning. But there is a continuation. One is no different. One arrives in the room as a being with a certain quality of apprehension or insights or learning or whatever, and when one leaves, one continues that journey.

So is one not free of the experience within the room? In other words, if you leave a room, do you forget what happened? If one has an argument, does one forget what the argument is?

If one has a great and loving experience, does one forget that? Dying is simply another movement, another room of experience. The only problem with dying, the only problem with death, is resistance to it.

And if you consider all experiences within life, all suffering arises from resistance to experiencing something. One is always desirous of something, but in the end, does one not resist what is unacceptable to the self?

Can I get some clarification around these rooms? And when we leave this experience and we leave the room, do we walk straight into another room as in straight into another physical experience?

One leaves an experience. One first of all wants to make sense of it. So would one immediately engage in another set of experiences? Usually, what occurs is one takes a little moment of time to digest the experience, to make sense of it, to put it into order of the whole of one's evolution. So it is not so much as a dark space or a light space.

It is simply you turn off for a moment; you close your eyes and you settle in and ask yourself the question: What was all that about? What was that experience? What was that lifetime, and what have I got from it? What have I learned? What does it leave me with?

So shall I give you an example? If you are resentful at the moment of your death, then when you close your eyes on the other side of the door, all you will experience is the resentfulness that you had. And you will continue having that until you give it up, until you let it go. Then one can see what really happened. One can start to perceive one's personal part in whatever drama created the resentment.

If you leave the room feeling as "What a great life I had," then you will wake up on the other side feeling like "What a great life I have had." Then, you will review that lifetime and the things that stand out will not drag you down.

So when you leave this life with whatever baggage or suitcases one's carrying, when you open them up, you will see what you picked. So on the other side is exactly what you carried through the doorway. And so if one is preparing to leave this dimension, as it were, consider: What have I learned? What are the high points of this life? And when you consider them and take them with you, that is what will be waiting on the other side.

I want to say there is nothing clever about it. Do you understand what I'm saying? It is exactly as it should be. There is no wonderful heaven for those people who have denied themselves. What is waiting for those is the feeling of denial of self.

Then when one reviews it, one will ask the question: for what did I suffer that? What was I resisting? Why was I unable to live life with great joy? And for those that are consumed with addictions that cannot wait for the next drink, on the other side they will still be looking for the missing bottle of drink. You cannot escape yourself, but you can transform yourself, of course.

Can I just have a little bit of clarity? When you first die a physical death, when you first pass over or leave the room so to speak, is your first experience based on your belief in this lifetime? So if you believe there's going to be a tunnel of light and someone waiting for you, is that what you experience? Or if you believe there'll be just complete darkness and nothing, is that what your initial experience?

Of course. What else would you be creating?

Let us put it this way: one creates reality wherever one is. Even if it is not a physical reality, if one feels one is unlovable, you will always live in the realm of unlovable-ness. Of course there will not be anybody physically present, of course, unless of course you find somebody who wants to abuse you in that way. So it doesn't matter whether it is physicalized.

The most important thing to remember is the physical body dies. The emotional body does not end at that point. One is first of all consumed with one's emotional states of awareness, whether it is love or joy or resentment or fear or expectation or all of those things. The creation will continue on in what you would call - often is called at least the Astral Planes. That is a framework that has some relationship to the physical body.

But of course it is not as well defined. And over time one becomes less engaged with emotions of the past. And one lets the emotional body, the astral body, dissolve away. It loses its definitions of frameworks and so on. And you enter into a world of mental descriptions.

One often experiences this as a point. One does not, as much, have a body in this realm. But one explores the nature of ideas, particularly those that one has carried with one over the life and possibly other lifetimes.

In other words, there is a genetic history that passes on in the family line. There [are] all sorts of descriptions and ideas that one might have consciously or unconsciously absorbed. So one explores those concepts, and from that place of being, often a new desire is formed. Of course, the desire takes one down into the emotional body. One begins to build a body that could explore such desires.

Let us say one wants to explore having the perfect body. One is now [a] beautiful being, and one then enters in the doorway to explore the life of a beautiful person. Do you understand what I mean? So it's a continuation, and when one perceives this, the fear of leaving the room is also the opportunities to re-enter.

Thank you. I know that a lot of people, because we live in such a physical framework, especially in the Western society, have quite a strong fear of death or what you talked about as resistance. How can we best deal with or overcome a fear of death?

The fear of death arises from the denial of creation. In other words, people who fear death are victims of the world. If they are creatives, if they recognize “I create my own experience,” then of course it becomes clear that “I am creating this fear of death.” Because all that does is bring about suffering because it is now clear that I am resisting a process that is inevitable. One cannot stay in a room even if it is a room full of food because eventually you will have eaten it all. Now, you need to go to the shop to get some more. So it is inevitable that you cannot stay in the same room forever.

There are young people who recognize there are limited opportunities within the physical realm and cannot wait to be freed from it, from its limitations. So there is only suffering truly at the end. Is once the person has let go of the suffering and passed through the room, only those left behind continue with the suffering. All of this is about letting go. Letting go of the past, letting go of stuff that you no longer need, letting go of a breath.

In other words, how can you even live if you are unwilling to let go of the air you took in? How can you live if you will not let go of the waste from your food? And there are plenty of people who try to do that but it is not sustainable.

So the cycle of life is always to gain, to take in, to transform in some way, to gain insights and awareness and energy and so forth in the cycle of life.

If you are in a job and you are working at this job endlessly for 30 or 40 years, will it not become boring? Will you not be in some way disturbed by it?

All of these things are obvious, so why would you continue to resist the natural and fully exploratory process of letting go of a body that is no longer useful; just as you let go of an intake of breath that is no longer useful?

Thank you. So if we know people in our lives that are nearing the end of their life cycle and they have such resistance, how do we...? Is there anything we can do or what advice can you give us to help them let go?

One thing that is so useful is to talk to them about life - to explore it with them, to sit with them and ask them about their life. What have you learned? What was it like when you were a young child? What did you get up to? What did you do that you aren't so happy about now? What did you do that was so reasonable? So they are processing their lives.

So as you become more familiar, they can feel someone knows who I was. Now I am much more free. I have someone who has heard my story, someone who has lived it with me as I have talked about it. And sometimes that is a little challenging and sometimes it is so joyful.

So then when it comes closer to the end point, you can talk back to them about those moments of joy, those moments of upliftment.

So when they arrive, they are saying to themselves, "What a great life I have had." Then when they arrive, once they are outside of themselves, they are looking at the life from that perspective, putting everything else into perspective with it.

So often people do not even take the time to know someone. You might know a little bit but not a lot. You know the actualities, the facts as it were, but not the implications, not the meaning that came from those facts. One has to delve and open up such a doorway.

Thank you. Is there anything else you'd like to add for us today?

What a great topic. Do you understand why I say that? Because it is an essential ingredient in the process of humanity; in the evolution of consciousness, because it is within the physical dimension that spirit is awakening.

So when one talks about the spiritual realms, let us put it into context. The greatest spiritual learning is done in the physical world. Enough for today.


Francis Evans is one of New Zealand's most experienced deep-trance mediums who has been channelling for over 50 years. He has a unique ability to remove his personality during a channelling session, at a distance farther than most. Francis has been channelling the higher consciousness identified as ‘Mercredan’ for over 30 years.

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