Wes Annac ~ Death is the Beginning of Life – Part 4/4
Written by WesAnnac, the Aquarius Paradigm
Concluded from Part 3
Sigwart, an artistwho died in World War one, tells us about the beautiful and peaceful nature ofthe death he experienced.
“My death wasbeautiful. Everything became still. It changed to a quiet, calm sea after ablustering storm. The final experiences as a man were part of this storm. Thencame the smooth waters of liberation. … It was a blessing to have been freedwithout illness, without extended pining away.” (1)
You’ll notice thata lot of people who’ve passed over mention the silliness of trying to prolongphysical life when the etheric realms are so liberating. Sigwart mentions thathe experienced a “blustering storm” in his final moments of earthly life, butthat afterwards, he was bathed in pure, calming bliss and freed from thelimiting shackles of physicality.
In our final quote,a woman named Barbara tells us about the infinite peace she felt when shecrossed over.
“[Dying] wasinfinite peace. No more efforts to keep back my tears, no more agonizingplanning for my children and no more having to face their disappointment when Iceased to play my part in the family. No, the cards had all been played and Iwas outside the game, and so happy. It was worth it all to have that wonderfulfeeling, that I had finished.” (2)
Knowing that youdid your best on Earth and that you’re finally able to rest after the “cardsare all played” has to be great for the recently transitioned. Can you imaginethe infinite peace and bliss that comes with knowing you’ve done your part andsimply resting and enjoying yourself?
After this life, Iplan to enjoy what comes next knowing that I did my best to help inform andawaken people. There’s so much for us to learn regarding spirituality andcrossing over, and if I could help quell the fear of dying in some of you, thenI’ve done my job for today.
I offer this reportin hopes that it reaches even one person who’s become spiritually aware butstill fears death.
I used to think I’dstopped fearing death until I had a dream or two about it that reaffirmed mynervousness about actually departing the physical body, but from what we’veread here, death seems to be a painless and peaceful process that reintroducesus to spiritual reality.
Too many people arelost in a materialistic paradigm, and we’ve forgotten about the reality ofspirit. We’ve forgotten, and some of us never knew in the first place, thatwe’ve come from and will return to heavenly realms wherein we’re infinite in whatwe can do and be.
We’ve forgottenabout the realms beyond Earth that can’t be examined or “proven” as easily withour mainstream science. A lot of scientists and researchers work diligently tomerge our understanding of science and spirit, however, and in doing so,they’re helping the world understand the reality of life after death.
If everyone cangrasp this reality, the fear of death can be replaced with a drive to do asmuch as we possibly can while we’re here. We’ll only exist on this planet for ashort amount of time before we depart for greener pastures, whether ourdeparture is caused by death or evolution, and there’s only so much time for usto do great things.
How do you feelabout the idea of doing as much as possible for the betterment of humanitywhile you’re here? Can you grasp the idea that we don’t actually close our eyesfor good, but that our physical eyes close and our etheric senses open up likenever before?
Personally, I’mexcited to offer as much of myself as possible to the planetary awakening andthe building of a new paradigm rooted in peace and harmony, and when thismission is over, I’ll delightfully seek another way to be of service.
The intent of thisreport is to affirm the reality of life after death and the existence of spiritualrealms beyond our conscious understanding, and you’re encouraged not to fear oravoid death, but to see it as a peaceful and inevitable aspect of life. Likesome of our discarnate sources have said, “Without death, there cannot belife”.
Wes Annac – Sharingthe idea that consciousness isn’t defined by the vessel in which we experienceit.