The 18 Remembrances

Ok. This is my first post since setting up this new blog Its dedicated to greater spiritual awareness and understanding which, I believe, is now coming into a generally accepted worldview. Over the next coming years our awareness and understanding of many things will increase and expand exponentially. This will dramatically shift and enhance our personal views and beliefs. Its all about remembrance and waking up to what we’ve purposely forgotten but really already knew

The following is a list from a book in the “…Conversations with God” series.

“Home with God” explains the full meaning behind what we have come to describe and know as “Death”. This is fully consistent with information channeled from Bashar. (See below)


The 18 Remembrances

  1. Dying is something you do for you
  2. You are the cause of your own death – This is always true no matter where or how you die
  3. You cannot die against your will
  4. No path back home is better than any other path
  5. Death is never a tragedy it is always a gift
  6. You and God are one there is no separation between you
  7. Death does not exist
  8. You cannot change Ultimate Reality, but you can change your experience of it
  9. It is the desire of All That Is to Know Itself in Its Own Experience. This is the reason for all of life
  10. Life is eternal
  11. The timing and circumstances of death are always perfect
  12. The death of every person always serves the agenda of every other person who is aware of it. That is why they are aware of it! Therefore, no death (and no life) is ever “wasted”. No one ever dies in vain
  13. Birth and death are the same thing
  14. You are continually in the act of creation, in life and in death
  15. There is no such thing as the end of evolution
  16. Death is reversible
  17. In death you will be greeted by all of your loved ones – those who have died before you and those who will die after you
  18. Free choice is the act of pure creation, the signature of God, and your gift, your glory, and your power forever and ever.

Now check out Bashar’s perspective on Life after Death here…

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