Our Fourth Declaration of Principles
Fourth Declaration of Principles- We affirm that the existence and personal identity of the individual continue after the change called death. (We never die.)
Not everyone believes in life after death and that is all right. Because as a Spiritualist I believe I will never die which means I have increased options for expert assistance, a deeper understanding of my life's journey, and a zest for living because of an abundant energy that restores me with every breath I take. This belief works for me.
If you are looking for proof or need convincing the universe will guide you to the resources you will need to study. Fundamentally there are at least five areas of research to a life after death: quantum physics, near death research, after death research, reincarnation cases, and statements of the enlightened. Quantum physics has proven by physical tests that a higher field of consciousness (information field) in the universe exists. The ruling string theory assumes that it has our material universe there are many other dimensions of energy. The near death research confirms that the mind can think independently from the body. Many new discoveries continue to mount up as tools become more sensitive to higher unseen life forces within and without the body.
The past and present saints and human representative of God are an infinite source of information. Spend some time delving into the world's great wealth of knowledge. The words you choose may be the golden nugget at just the moment when your soul wants to blossom. Allow your soul to reveal itself in its own time.
What is important is for you to know is the paradox of being spiritual. You are always wrong and always right at the same time. You are right to seek the truth and wrong to think there is only one truth. You are right to be the captain of your own destiny and wrong to believe that in your living things won't change according to higher energies. Kahlil Gibran advised us by saying, "If you would indeed behold the spirit of death, open your heart wide unto the body of life."