Jeanette (Prysiaznuik) Shewchuk
Jeanette (Prysiaznuik) Shewchuk

Book Blog - Grief

 

So what does happen when our body dies? In order to truly answer that question one needs to understand who we are and what we are.  Since we believe we are our bodies and this universe is real, let us start by understanding what all that is made of. Scientists and Physicists have documented this theory many times. Everything in this universe is made of energy - including our bodies. Because our bodies are slower vibrations of energy, creating  pockets of dense energy.  Iron or steel are created out of even denser energy,  vibrating  considerably slower. The faster the energy vibrates, the lighter the forms become.  So when the body dies, the body (energy) disintegrates, breaks free from the heaviness of slower vibrations and begins to transform into other forms of energy. When it is in the lighter stage it intersperses with the air we breathe so we are actually breathing in our ancestors. As it settles into the soil, is drawn up into plants, eaten by animals, eventually eaten by humans and once again ventures into our body's composition. Energy never dies, just  is constantly changing into different vibrations and concentrations. That is the circle of life.  Is that all "we" are - energy? No - that's not "what we" are, we are not a body, we just "believe" that we are body. In order to comprehend what we really are, we need to understand that what we believe we are is not true. The body is simply energy.

Here are a couple of informational site to help you understand this concept.

https://www.symmetrymagazine.org/article/the-particle-physics-of-you

https://www.sciencealert.com/99-9999999-of-your-body-is-empty-space