On August 6th, 2004, Equinox was asked,
What is it like when
you cross over?
EQ: It is individual. We have said that before. What
thy perception of it is, is what thy perception of it is just like
everything else. If thee believe that a deity will be waiting for
thee, the deity will be waiting for thee. If thee believe there
is a white light, the white light will be waiting. But it is not
an initial “Ah Ha!” unless that’s what thee expect. It is more
common that the entity at the point of their death will hang around
because thee are all pretty nosey, and thee want to know what is
happening. And because thee are all mostly insecure, thee want
hear all the good things people are saying. If, on the other
hand, thee are an entity who has died bitterly, then often thee hang
around because thee are angry. If thee are an entity who took
their own life, they may hang around because they are sorrowful.
But to each entity it’s their own path again, even in death. For
death is not an ending. Death is just a shifting. It is
just a shift. There is no other way for us to explain it.
It is exactly as though thee have changed clothes. Oh, we have a
better way of putting it seeing as we were discussing water. When
thee are standing at the side of a swimming pool, everything is very
solid, is this not so? And when thee dive into the water there is
an experience of freeing, correct? But to each that experience is
different. And each person deals with it differently. Some
immediately bob to the surface and stand there and smile and flap their
arms and look around. Other stay under for a while and go to the
other end. Others just jump in foot first and never even allow a
complete submersion or come back up like a cork. Each entity has
that experience differently and it is the same thing, going from that
which is solid to that which is not solid. That is all the
difference there is initially. Later, new differences take
place. Initially that is the only difference.
Later are the ones more of a nature
EQ: They’re more profound changes, yes.
© 2004 Myama, Inc.