After Death – Where do we go ?
There are different schools of thought on this topic. None has returned alive from the abode of dead to tell, “Where do we go after we die”. However, so many have formed a hypothesis by speculating and conjecturing even in the absence of any hard evidence.
After going through so many speculations, I have concluded that we go nowhere after we die. We do not even go back to our point of origin. We move forward in spirit towards a state of greater purification.
The soul dons the body for its own purification. The time we spend on this earth is just a part of the process. We come into this world not just to purify our souls, but the soul of our progenitors, the one who brought not only us, but of the whole generation before us. We happen to be just one of them.
What happened to those who came before us? Where did they go? Likewise, what would happen to those who would come after us?
A child is a living personification of two souls. Two souls, one from the mother and other from the father conjoin to become one. In womb, they become one body and one soul. Father’s seed determine that the child would be in a semblance of human and not any other. Mother bestows on the child a nature according to the purity she attains at the time of conception.
By the time we are able to reproduce, the nature determines to what extent our souls would attain the needed level of purity. The part in need of further purity we again pass on to our children. The part that would attain a sufficient level of purity remains with us. In our children, grand children, and great grand children the process of purification continues. The part of the soul, which attains a required level of purity, is skimmed as butter at the time of our death. Nature saves it in the memory of coming generation to serve as their conscience. It is the conscience, which gives humans a conscious awareness and the guidance.
Animals do not have conscious, but they have instincts instead. Human instinct is dormant in his nature. Instincts are painful experiences of the progenitors of time long past. In animals, the impulses rising from the instincts directly reach their nerve endings and make them act. In humans, the conscious intercept these impulses. These impulses reach the nerve endings only if conscious are unable to interrupt not otherwise.
We take birth, we live and we die for attaining a kind of conscious awareness, which we must pass on to next generation after we die. While our physical attributes incarnates into the body of our generation, our mental attributes as conscience plants itself in their memories. As our will come into effect after we die, likewise our will as conscious awareness comes into effect in the memory of our generation. The process continues until end of the age.
One kind of collective consciousness makes one group distinct from another. While one group turns into sentient beings, the other group turns wicked. When this happens, the wickedness would rise to unmanageable level. At this point, a woman purest and virtuous would give birth to a child with the collective consciousness of one entire generation. Around the same time there is another child born with the collective wickedness of the whole generation. Both are the living personification of good and Evil. The good triumphs over the evil and he ushers the world into a new era.
Thus, we see we go to live as our own children. While our physical being incarnates into the body of our children, our mental attributes resurrects in the body of a most virtuous person we know as avatar. Why, then the sages and learned told us that we go either to heaven or to hell? Heaven and hell abide in our memory. If those who live after us continue to praise and honour us, then we are in a state of eternal bliss. If they abuse and curse us, then we experience pangs of pain, which is akin to sting inflicted by thousand scorpions or similar to burring in fire. The place of eternal bliss is heaven and the other painful experience is hell.
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