Monday, June 22, 2015

What happens when we die?

I am a automatic writer. I have had great success corresponding with my guides who refers to themselves as one person, Mason. One of the questions I asked is what happens to us at the moment of death. This is their response.

'Famously written words that blend sugar and spice and all that's nice, does tell the tale for thee. Branded treasure awaken the Nile, lights bright to comfort thee onto the next sphere. Tempt less and less to stay in storage but let free the spirit bring thee to heavens door. Open homage with little delay but like a small stick that pricks you. Mention a guest for fewer questions than wants. Glide along the path with the entrance ahead. Make these notes clear to all, the way is natural however relic the way beyond sunset or elsewhere. Never part, just depart brings you where one needs to be at appointed time, like living in stone then crush no loss to fracture ways of necessity. Carry blameless ones dear to hold with out thoughts of past to relinquish upsets instability. Pardon brushes of fabric that tear apart for they are doomed a portion of the lights edge. Best to break through at once. Masses always enter so not to fear or why or when, for this is one glory unknown until the time arrives. Be assured less see ways of hindrance than run ahead. Think blessings and life now for natural ways takes the steps, not thee. Ponder no more of end or whys, but live and boast of today. Be gladdened for pleasures now, then deal with heaven then. Time is set in all occasions, think not less of anything else, even when you doubt all is in accordance.'
                                                                         April 29, 2006

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