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At Home With God

on March 17, 2012

The book “Home with God: In a Life That Never Ends” by Neale Donald Walsch is my favorite book on the subject of Life and Death because it explains so many questions I held over the years.  I am comfortable now with whatever happens and know without a doubt that all is well.

The main aspects of the book are listed below as food for thought.  You may wish to read his book if you have ever known someone who has passed.

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 can not die against your will.

4)     No path back Home is any 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. (Linear Time does not exist)

18) Free choice is the act of pure creation, the signature of God, and your gift, your glory, and your power forever and ever.

May the Truth set you free my child for you are Loved♥ more than you can imagine!

🙂 Sequoia Elisabeth

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