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The afterlife is a place of newfound clarity
The afterlife isn't static. We continue to evolve and grow after we die.
Choice doesn't end with death; it expands.
Earthly images carry us into the afterlife (we see what our culture has conditioned us to see), but then soul makes creative
leaps that open new world. (C) Deepak Chopra, Life After Death
It's not difficult to see yourself in multidimensions once the Koshas are described.
- The physical dimension contains action. you live here whenever you see yourself as a body separate in time and space
- The Pranic dimension connects you to other living things. You live here when you see yourself as part of the web of life, a creature of Nature
- The mental dimension organizes reality through thought. You live here when you see yourself as the sum of your thoughts, desires, wishes, dreams, and fears
- The ego dimension defines your unique identity. You live here when you see yourself in terms of "I, me, and mine"
- The dimension of bliss holds out ultimate fulfillment through love and joy. You live here when you see yourself blending into everything through the power of love, or when you have no other sensation than ecstasy.
Making these dimensions more familiar doesn't automatically bring them together, however. Each Kosha, as we saw, can pull you closer to wholeness or increase your tendency to remain separate and isolated. The rishis considered wholeness to be the only reality, compared to which every experience in separation is a dream. The goal of life is to find unity, or Yoga, and this can be accomplished, they said, by focusing on each Kosha. (c) Deepak Chopra, Life After Death
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