Sunday, 8 May 2022

After death will we be subsumed into a universal soup of consciousness?

After death I don't think our individual selves or souls are subsumed into a universal soup of consciousness, which I regard as being close to the extinction of the individual. Perhaps we survive as distinct entities, but acquire an infinite telepathic identification and empathy with all others, or at least of those souls similar to oneself. So a kind of joining together. This of course need not happen immediately after death, but may be the ultimate destination.

1 comment:

  1. There is an interesting episode in one of Rosalind Heywood's books, where she experiences contact with a friend who had recently died. She tries to ask what it is like where he is, and gets an image of a white bird flying in a vast blue expanse. This would seem to support your view.


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