There are many different ways to perceive the death passage, through the lens of many different belief systems. What is important is that you explore your own personal beliefs and experiential knowledge about the death process, and come to the place within yourself that you have made peace with death and dying, which is also the primary conflict to heal in order to overcome fears. One of the most paralyzing fears that humans have inherited is that we are terrified of the unknown and what happens after death. This is the result of having our real spiritual identity and history taken away, and not remembering who we are as multidimensional, eternal beings.
People that have suffered severe trauma or abuse have much more intense
crisis of faith that fuel fears related to unresolved spiritual
conflicts around the death process. When we prepare ourselves for the death process, we understand
the death of the ego mind, and this is an important part of our
commitment to developing our consciousness on the spiritual journey.
Most people do not think of what they will experience or feel when they
reflect on what they have done with their life on earth, when they have
transitioned to the next dimension. The most prevalent experience was regret. Regret that they did not do more with their life.
Regret they did not unconditionally love everyone. Regret that fear
stopped them from achieving important events that would have changed
their timeline and improved the lives of future generations. Life goes
on after we drop the physical body, and it is as real as you can feel
yourself right now. It is even more real than our lifetimes spent on
You are an eternal soul, an extension of Source energy, Divine Spirit, God.